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Qualia Mind is marketed as a nootropic supplement to "enhance focus, memory, and mental clarity" and to "amplify drive and productivity." Qualia Mind is also marketed as having "clinically researched ingredients" — in fact, its label lists a whopping 28 ingredients. However, despite the fact that a company-funded study of Qualia Mind was completed over a year ago, there do not appear to be any published clinical results for Qualia Mind, so it is unknown if its combination of ingredients actually works and does any of the things it claims. An earlier company-funded study that allegedly showed cognitive benefit is no longer on the manufacturer's website.

Since we don't know if Qualia Mind's combination of ingredients works, we at ConsumerLab reviewed each ingredient in Qualia Mind, comparing the amounts to what has, or has not, been shown to work with regard to boosting memory and mental function.

Read on if you are a ConsumerLab member for our analysis and whether or not we think Qualia Mind’s formula is likely to work. We also discuss whether we think Qualia Mind is safe to use (it lists unusually large amounts of some ingredients that can potentially cause adverse effects) and worth its high price of $139 for a 22-day supply, or whether you can get many of the same ingredients for a lot less from other supplements. The reviewed ingredients are vitamins B-1, B-3, B-5, B-6, B-12, C and D, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), bacopa, Huperzia serrata leaf extract, Rhodiola rosea, alpha-GPC, citicoline, acetyl-L-carnitine, theobromine, coffee fruit extract, PQQ, ginkgo, N-acetyl-L-tyrosine, DL-phenylalanine, L-theanine, phosphatidylserine, taurine, uridine, Coleus forskohlii, Celastrus paniculatus, artichoke leaf extract, and velvet bean seed extract.

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October 27, 2021

People want to find something the help with cognitive impairment that comes with aging. They are easy targets for tonics and potions. Funding research for Alzheimers disease and keeping our fingers crossed seems about the best we can do. But there is always hope. Thanks for the insight.

October 26, 2021

Thank you for the comprehensive ingredient analysis- I learned much that I can apply to other "too good to be true supplements".

October 17, 2021

So many ingredients in one pill and so many pills per day sounds crazy. It would upset my stomach for sure, and my wallet.

October 17, 2021

Very helpful analysis. Thank you.

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