Memotenz, created inside the laboratory of Health Research Institute, claims to be a 100% natural supplement made up of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and herbs for improved brain performance. In its product pitch, it promises to bring together nutrients that can notably “improve every aspect of the brain,” no matter what age you’re in.

Recently undergoing a product reformulation, Memotenz intends to enhance both short-term and long-term memory, improve alertness and concentration, increase energy levels, and pay attention to overall cognition and brain performance. it promises, of course, that none of these benefits comes with any side effects to the hopeful user.

One or two Memotenz capsules are taken in a day with food. This can be in one go or split in two doses, taken in the morning and in the evening.


Nootropic Ingredients:

Memotenz doesn’t move away from other supplements of its kinds as far as its composition is concerned. It’s touted as a unique formula that contains only the most potent ingredients by scientists in the United States, in an FDA-registered laboratory that is said to exceed industry standards.


Supplement Facts (Ingredients):

  • Ginkgo biloba – May help increase uptake of glucose by brain cells, and has the potential to improve the transmission of nerve signals that are responsible for memory, mood, as well as task completion.
  • John’s wort – Increases brain serotonin synthesis by inhibiting hepatic tryptophan 2,3 dioxygenase activity and its gene expression. It may prevent the brain’s nerve cells from reabsorbing specific chemical messengers, including dopamine and serotonin.
  • Bacopa monnieri – May be able to enhance memory formation by the enzyme TPH2 and increase the expression of the serotonin transporter or SERT. It may be able to reduce the rate at which short-term forgetfulness occurs.
  • Acetyl-L carnitine – Promotes nerve cells to alpha-secretase instead of beta-secretase, resulting in less production of beta-amyloid plaque. It may also preserve the level of BDNF5, helping repair and create new brain cells.
  • Phosphatidylserine complex – This essential nutrient is important for healthy, optimally working brain cells. It supports the integrity of brain cell membrane, thus helping keep toxins, pathogens, and other unwanted invaders out of the brain. It also increases brain cell fluidity to enable cells to stay adaptable and responding well to stressors.
  • L-glutamine HCI – It boosts brain function through an increase in Glutamic acid and gamma-aminobutyric acid, which are among the brain’s most critical neurotransmitters. It enables the brain to complete crucial functions faster and more efficiently.


Brain-Enhancing Effects:

Memotenz is developed to improve memory and recall in adults of all ages, may it be in their recall speed, focus, or long-term memory. According to the manufacturer, however, it’s in adults over the age 40 where they saw the most significant benefits in short-term and long-term memory functions.

Not unlike its competitors in the market, Memotenz acts as a mental performance aid, whether you are looking to do better in school or do well in an important presentation or project at work. It is seeking to retain or improve abilities like focus, staying alert, and performing optimally in mental tasks.


Side Effects:

Memotenz is adamant that the brain-enhancing product comes with zero side effects to the user. In fact, it also makes an interesting claim about the absence of tolerance, meaning the benefits with regular intake will only increase over time and not the opposite way.


Readers’ Score and Price:

Memotenz isn’t exactly a newcomer in the nootropic market, but it seems to lack the substantial amount of customer reviews and testimonials that other products enjoy today. Could it be the reformulation or the rebranding that comes with it? Its customer reviews on Amazon aren’t exactly numerous, and it has a long way to go to prove that it’s truly better than its predecessor and can closely compete with other brands with raging success.



Memotenz is advertised as a unique formula containing only the most potential ingredients that may assist in greater concentration and a variety of short-term and long-term memory benefits. It’s claimed to be formulated in an FDA-approved lab in the United States, at no side effects or risks to the user. According to its product copy, it doesn’t discriminate as far as gains and benefits go, but that the 40 and above group is likely to benefit the most from its formula.

All this is only lip service if Memotenz won’t outdo itself (its old formula, really) and prove that consumers are right to put their trust on its new formula. It has to work harder to obtain greater customer reviews and recognition in a cutthroat industry, where the competition doesn’t sleep on any new research or developments.