Sunday, September 27, 2009

Neuro Gasm Is Part Of The New Neuro Culture


"Neuro is an innovative beverage company dedicated to developing the highest quality functional beverages available."


One gets PASSION IN EVERY BOTTLE with Neuro Gasm, which
utilizes L-arginine and L-citrulline to improve a healthy blood flow, improve performance and keep you at your best when you need it the most.


Neuro makes a total of 7 different drinks for adults and 7 for kids (junior, however, gets NeuroFun™ instead of Gasm). The company has great product placement, with many celebrity endorsements:


Paris Hilton Drinks Neuro, So Should You



Neuro Gaga


The products are unlikely to help your Neuro Anything, but the shapely packaging has drawn raves from marketers.

Now it's time for some Neuro Sleep...


...ZZzzzZz. If it actually worked.

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7 Comments:

At September 27, 2009 4:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, the "neuro sleep" contains melatonin and 5-HT plus a couple of other ingredients.

Depending on how 'starved' someone's body is for melatonin or 5-HT, it may make a difference.

Question would be: Would it make 'the' difference?

 
At September 27, 2009 11:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can it cross the blood-brain barrier?

Will it cause me to start wearing skimpy outfits and making music videos?

 
At November 04, 2010 10:23 PM, Anonymous Keen Anthony said...

I recently tried two Neuro products, Neuro Sleep and this other white one that's for relaxation. I'm a chronic insomniac. I never sleep well, and I usually don't get to bed before 4 AM. I drank all of the white bottle and half of the Neuro Sleep. By 11:30 pm, 45 minutes later, I was comfortably sleepy. I wasn't exhausted or feeling sickly, just very ready for bed. It might be the placebo effect, but it seems like the drink had some measurable effect. My activities of that day were no different from my regular routine, so nothing else stood out. So, I say there was a difference.

 
At March 03, 2011 3:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tried Neuro Gasm...went at it for 4 hours straight. I think it works, cause I usually only go for about 2. That's TWICE THE FUN!

 
At April 14, 2011 1:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's pretty cool. I just drank it and haven't really don't anything so I don't know how it will work.

 
At August 02, 2011 1:02 AM, Blogger Chuck said...

Tried Neuro Sleep, actually worked very well, it helped me to sleep in a car on a long road trip, something I have never been able to do before

 
At July 31, 2016 9:31 PM, Blogger Catherine Ameli said...

I seriously cannot endorse Neuro bliss enough. I experience intense "come downs" from time-released stimulants, feeling like all of my serotonin has been depleted at the end of the day. Around dinner time, if I haven't prepared food yet or consumed anything, I risk turning into a depressed, catatonic lump lacking motivation; almost feeling hopeless. I can force dinner and try to get to sleep and feel better the next day, or I can drink a Neuro Bliss and seriously do a 180. It's like it can breathe life back into me. Perhaps the effect fades after a few hours, but rest assured if you're in a state like what I've described, it won't return to what it was. Keep another one on hand for 3 hours later if you're worried. Other drinks that feature L-theanine seem to have a similar effect (such as "Just Chill"), but something about this formula, be it the particular dosage of the L-theanine or an effect of one or more additional supplements in it, makes it the most perfect throw rope to rescue your drowning state of well being, in a pinch. (I'm aware that I need a more long term solution to my particular problem; but this should serve as a testament to Neuro's effectiveness; at least where the BLISS drink is concerned.) I would recommend this to anyone who is not only stressed (it's great then too) but who is dealing with a case of seratonin/dopamine-related blues.

 

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