How effective is this product? Allow me to draw your attention to the following statement on the bottle, which comes after all the statements implying how wonderful it is:
“These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.”
Right, because if your product is good and works and does what you want people to think it does, why would you want to go through the trouble of getting that pesky FDA approval?
Of course they can claim that they don’t say this is a drug and that it will actually fix the problems they want you to think it will fix. That’s a good thing, because it certainly didn’t fix any of mine. I’m still unfocused and have a tough time keeping my mind from wandering.
Ultimately, if you want “vinpocetine” I suggest you go eat some foods that contain it. Don’t pay a lot of money for a “dietary supplement” that seems to have about as many health benefits as, say, homeopathy. Don’t waste your money on a product like this.