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Infowars Brain Force Plus Review

Infowars Brain Force Plus is a capsule supplement produced by the controversial Infowars brand, founded by Alex Jones.

Brain Force Plus capsules are supposed to boost cognitive function, increase energy levels, and promote a healthier and “younger” state of health.

Although the Infowars brand has received an enormous amount of hate and is well-known for being one of the most right-wing, conspiracy theory-centered websites out there, these capsules are popular!

Therefore, I’m keen to take a closer look at both the company and in particular the Infowars Brain Force Plus, to see if the products are actually as bad as everyone says they are, or if they stand apart from the tainted company.

If you’re thinking of purchasing Infowars Brain Force Plus, or you’re also interested in taking a closer look at it, check out my full Infowars Brain Force Plus review below.

Infowars Brain Force Plus Bottle

Infowars Brain Force Plus First Impressions

My first impression of Infowars isn’t wonderful to be completely honest! I’m concerned with the fact that the company is so right-wing, promotes and creates conspiracy theories, and has a huge following of people that fully believe in the founder, Alex Jones.

Looking past the controversial company and looking more at the supplements, again, I’m left uninspired and unimpressed.

Although there’s a wide range of products on the site, there’s a lack of information about them, and there’s a lack of information about the nutritional integrity of the brand. Pair this with aggressive marketing, and it’s not great!

Looking at the Infowars Brain Force Plus capsules, I’m neither impressed nor unimpressed – the branding looks fairly basic, there’s a small amount of information about the product, and there are a number of positive reviews mixed amongst a lot of negative ones!

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Background on Infowars

Infowars is a politically far-right conspiracy theory and fake news website and was founded by the controversial Alex Jones in 1999.

A few years ago, after Jones was banned by a majority of social media platforms (Twitter, Youtube, and Instagram) due to spreading conspiracy theories and promoting his right-wing beliefs, Infowars started to produce supplements.

The supplements that the brand produces, including the Infowars Brain Force Plus, are supposed to support natural health and create a “war” against modern diets.

There is a lot of backlash against Alex Jones, the Infowars company, and the supplements produced by them – even by some of the biggest international media platforms such as Vice and Buzzfeed.

Infowars Brain Force Plus Benefits

Although the product as a whole hasn’t been given a specific set of benefits, Infowars provides information on the Brain Force Plus product page about each of the ingredients within the formula.

So, the brand claims that the Bacopa Herb Extract will support cognitive function, Alpha-GPC helps to deliver choline across the brain barrier, Yerba Mate Leaf Powder provides natural caffeine, Phosphatidylserine supports the maintenance of cell structure in the brain, L-Theanine helps transmit nerve impulses in the brain, and Vitamin B-12 boosts energy levels.

Infowars Brain Force Plus Ingredients

Infowars Brain Force Plus contains 8 main ingredients. Amazingly, the amounts of each ingredient within the formula is shown on the fully disclosed ingredients label.

Therefore, this makes working out the efficacy of the formula super easy and allows consumers to know exactly what they’re consuming.

However, I’ll be looking at the efficacy of the capsules later in this review. First, let’s take a look at the capsules ingredients label.

Here is the complete list of the Infowars Brain Force Plus ingredients:
  • Bacopa Herb Extract – 200mg
  • Alpha GPC (glycerylphosphoryl choline) – 156mg
  • Yerba Mate Leaf Powder – 150mg
  • Theobromine – 100mg
  • Phosphatidyl Serine – 81mg
  • L-Theanine – 50mg
  • Black Pepper Fruit Extract – 5mg
  • Huperzine A (From Toothed Clubmoss Aerial Parts Extract) – 300mcg
  • Other Ingredients –Hypromellose (Capsules), Rice Flour, and Vegetables Stearate.

Here is the supplement facts label:

Infowars Brain Force Plus Label

How does Infowars Brain Force Plus Taste?

Due to the fact that Infowars Brain Force Plus s is a capsule supplement, it doesn’t have a taste, as long as you swallow the capsule before it dissolves in your mouth.

Side Effects

There are no side effects associated with Infowars Brain Force Plus.

However, the brand does state that anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding should consult a doctor before consumption.

I would also advise that if you are on medication or have a medical condition, you should consult a doctor too before consumption.

Does Infowars Brain Force Plus Work?

Unlike other products produced by Infowars, Brain Force Plus actually has a fully disclosed ingredients label.

This is pretty impressive (although it should be the bare minimum), and makes working out the efficacy of the formula very simple!

So, let’s take a look at the ingredients within the formula that have recommended doses and see if they are sufficiently dosed.

The ingredients that do have recommended doses within the formula are insufficiently dosed.

There is 200mg of Bacopa in the formula, and the recommended dose of Bacopa sits between 300–450 mg daily.

Therefore, this just misses the mark when it comes to being sufficiently dosed.

There’s 100mg of Theobromine in the formula, and the recommended dose is between 250-500mg.

Therefore, once again, it misses the mark of being sufficiently dosed.

Finally, looking at L-Theanine, the same issue occurs! There’s 50mg of L-Theanine within the formula, but the recommended dose sits between 100-200mg.

Although the other ingredients within Brain Force Plus may provide benefits to the consumer, the ingredients that do have recommended doses (the ones mentioned above) are insufficiently dosed.

Therefore, the capsules may not provide the benefits that the brand claims they will.

Infowars Brain Force Plus Reviews

Infowars Brain Force Plus is available on Amazon and therefore we can take a look on there to see honest and unbiased customer reviews of the product.

Overall, the capsules score a rating of 4.2 stars out of 5 and there are 328 customer reviews in total.

So, let’s take a look at a selection of the reviews!

I found this one to give me nice even focus throughout the day without the jittery feeling that you get from other ‘supplements’ that wire you up. I do a lot of brain work and this really does the job. I’m a bit of a supplements junkie and I try a lot of them. Most of them don’t work – at least for me. So it’s nice when there are positive surprises like this one. Another positive is that it doesn’t bother my stomach. Whether you like Alex or not, his products sure work.5-star review

Brain force barely does anything for me. Maybe nothing. It’s a pretty cheap nootropic. I like that. It has one ingredient that is good for brain function,Bacopa monnieri. This is very important! But nothing else. The other 3 ingredients are not even nootropics, I found out. Memotenz is the best brain pill out there, use that instead! Also, you need to take 2 at a time, twice a day to get any noticable effects. That makes this bottle last a ‘long’ week.3-star review

This product gave me insomnia for like 3 or 4 days, and very strong, weird chest pain, I did not like this product at all, stay away from it, don’t drink especially if you are a sensitive sleeper, because you will get insomnia.1-star review

Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy

Infowars doesn’t offer a money-back guarantee. If you want to return Brain Force Plus or any of the Infowars products, you can do so within 30 days of receipt, but the product has to be unused and in its original packaging.

Where to buy Infowars Brain Force Plus?

You can buy Infowars Brain Force Plus from the Infowars Store.

Is It Worth The Price?

One bottle of Infowars Brain Force Plus contains 36 capsules.

However, since the serving size is two capsules, one bottle contains 18 servings.

One bottle of Infowars Brain Force Plus costs $39.95 and therefore although it may seem like the cost per serving size would be cheap due to the fact that there are 36 capsules, the cost per serving works out at $2.22.

Although this certainly isn’t as expensive as other Infowars supplements, it’s still expensive for a supplement that contains a small number of ingredients, those of which may not be sufficiently dosed.

My Final Verdict

Clearly, my concerns about the Infowars company and the founder Alex Jones are justified. However, I wanted this review to be about the Brain Force Plus supplement.

Therefore, my review will sum up how I feel about the supplement rather than the company!

In my opinion, overall, buying this supplement would be a waste of money and the supplement could actually cause detrimental health benefits.

Therefore, I wouldn’t recommend it!

Elaborating further on these points, the ingredients within the formula that have recommended doses are not sufficiently dosed and therefore they may not provide the consumer with the benefits the supplement is supposed to.

Due to this, the price of the capsules is too high and can’t be justified.

Finally, I have concerns about the negative effects associated with this formula, there are a number of reviews across Amazon and on the Infowars website, that the Brain Force Plus capsules have caused nausea, stomach pain, weakness, and insomnia.

Overall, in my opinion, if you are looking for a cognitive supplement that will provide you with benefits, you should choose one that is made by a trusted brand, is sold at a reasonable price, has no extremely concerning reviews, and actually contains sufficiently dosed ingredients.

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I have a First Class Honours degree in Sports Science from Brighton University, specialising in exercise physiology and nutrition. In my youth I was a competitive Triathlete and long-distance runner placing top 10 in most triathlon races I completed.

Since suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I moved into web development, after a couple of years I then moved onto developing a number of online businesses. I've recently taken a sabbatical and I'm now looking to make big changes in my life, hopefully this may resonate with you - join me in my journey!

2 comments

  1. This guy is a bias leftist hack, his entire article was based on his own personal hatred towards Alex Jones and the info wars crew and 50% of America in general. The reviews on Amazon for most Alex Jones products are over a 4.2 or higher or three reviews that I found where somebody talked about nausea when they didn’t use with food. Take the this guys reviews with a grain of salt. The product works maybe not for his brain but you know what they say about dead gray matter

    1. Thanks for your comment McFlurry.
      I bear no grudge or personal attack on Alex Jones but there is no denying that he takes a particular political approach to life and this heavily influences the way he markets his products. This is the ONLY reason it features on the review.
      It is somewhat ironic that you make a personal attack on myself 😉
      I am glad the product works for you, if this genuinely does, then I wish you all the best.
      Adam

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