Over the years we’ve reviewed thousands of product; supplement names are often beyond straightforward – expect a lot of “boosters”, “amplifiers”, and “slimmers” whilst at your local health shop! With that being said, we’re still left scratching our heads as to why a testosterone and libido booster would be given an interesting name like “Final Exam”, which for us has to rank as one of the least descriptive product names we’ve come across so far!
Below we take an in-depth look at Brain Nerd Final Exam, to see whether this unusually labelled product is as interesting as its name suggests.
Brain Nerd Final Exam is a testosterone-booster that is made by a company primarily known for their nootropic products. Made with all-natural ingredients, Final Exam is for the most part stuffed with ingredients that could increase libido, but very little that has realistically been linked with raising testosterone.
Final Exam is manufactured by Brain Nerd, a very new company that hails from the USA.
Expect fewer side effects from using Final Exam than from other anabolic testosterone-boosters, although some adverse effects are still possible.
Tribulus terrestris is known to cause sleeplessness and prostate issues on occasion, and indole-3-carbinol has been associated with problems of the liver. Using epimedium may also lead to vomiting, irregular heartbeats, dizziness, and nosebleeds. Milk thistle may cause frequent stools, diarrhoea, nausea, gas, bloating, and loss of appetite.
Customers should also bear in mind that effective products that really do increase testosterone come with inevitable side effects, such as mood swings, increased aggression, and increased body hair. However, it’s worth mentioning that we do not consider this product to be a particularly effective testosterone-booster!
Brain Nerd Final Exam can be purchased from the official Brain Nerd website. A single bottle containing 90 capsules costs $39.95. These appear to be reduced prices, but it unclear whether or not this is a permanent mark-down in prices. At time of writing, all purchases made on the Brain Nerd website appear to come with free shipping.
Final Exam is the result of a nootropic-specialist attempting to create a testosterone-booster, and we believe that the inexperience shows. The ingredients label displays a mix of inputs that are generally not known for boosting testosterone, instead merely acting to increase libido. This is not what customers are paying for.
A couple of other ingredients are placed in the formula to limit the production of oestrogen (which could provide a round-about way of increasing the relative power of the body’s supply of testosterone). However, the success of both ingredients (indole-3-carbinol and diindolylmethane) depend heavily on the quantities used; if too much is used, both ingredients have the potential to actually raise oestrogen levels (the complete opposite intended effect). As Brain Nerd fail to publish their ingredient quantities, there is no way of telling whether it works as advertised or whether it delivers something completely counterproductive.
There are also unfortunately no reliable customer reviews available to check online, and Brain Nerd fail to offer anything that resembles a money back guarantee on their official website. Put simply, this makes buying this brand-new product a massive risk to consumers, as they may be wasting their money on something that doesn’t work or actually provides the opposite intended effect.
We do not recommend Brain Nerd Final Exam to our readers.
Brain Nerd Final Exam is a testosterone-boosting supplement that uses natural ingredients. Each set of capsules promises to boost muscle-growth potential, facilitate body fat loss, and increase libido.
Final Exam is manufactured by Brain Nerd, who are based in the USA. Brain Nerd appear to be a brand new company, and their relatively crude product labels and website design show an image of a company that is still finding its feet. Despite their inexperience, Brain Nerd have made confident strides into creating products as diverse as nootropics and testosterone-boosters (although it remains to be seen whether these represent the highest quality available). The company can be contacted using the information provided on its official website, or through its social media pages, including Facebook and Instagram.
The directions for use are as follows:
As a dietary supplement, take three (3) capsules in the morning.
Final Exam is described as a safe and natural testosterone booster. Customers are told to expect “massively improved muscle growth” as well as a “dramatic loss of body fat”. Final Exam’s ingredients are also said to cause an appreciable boost in physical stamina and sexual libido, as well as an action that increases the body’s production of natural testosterone.
There is very little in Final Exam which actually boosts testosterone. Most of the supposedly “testosterone-boosting” ingredients have never actually been linked with that effect, instead mostly proving their worth as libido enhancers. Brain Nerd have also chosen to put in a couple of ingredients designed to limit or reduce the effects of oestrogen (including Diindolylmethane and Indole-3-carbinol) – these should work in general, but overdosing on either could actually raise the levels of oestrogen in the body! As Brain Nerd have failed to publish their ingredient quantities, it’s honestly impossible to tell how well-balanced this particular mix is.
Overall, customers should expect a libido boost from using this product, although the information is far too scant and the ingredients far too inconsistent to tell whether it really works as a testosterone booster.
The ingredients found in Brain Nerd Final Exam are detailed below. Readers should note that the ingredient quantities are not provided by the manufacturer, which can make it hard to estimate how effective the product really is.
Test Complex 2400mg (3 capsules)
Some of the ingredients found in Final Exam may cause side effects, although the product’s lack of anabolic ingredients give it less potential for side effects than others. As always, the lack of ingredient quantity information makes it impossible to really gauge the likelihood of side effects.
Tribulus terrestris can sometimes cause mild insomnia, and there are some concerns that it may be linked to prostate problems in men. Epimedium (otherwise known as horny goat weed) is generally thought to be safe, although long-term, high doses have been associated with dizziness, heart arrhythmia, thirst, vomiting, dry mouth, and nosebleeds. Milk thistle extract is another ingredient that generally doesn’t cause side effects, although on occasion it can cause more frequent bathroom visits, diarrhoea, nausea, indigestion, gas, bloating, and loss of appetite.
Indole-3-carbinol can cause skin rashes and small increases in liver enzymes. Anyone who has liver-related health issues should consult their doctor before taking any supplement containing Indole-3-carbinol. Very high doses of Indole-3-carbinol can cause balance problems, tremors, and nausea; therefore, this supplement should not be stacked with any other supplement containing Indole-3-carbinol.
Side effects of increased testosterone levels can include changes in temperament, such as an increase in aggression and mood swings, an increase in sex drive, and increased body hair. Very high testosterone levels can lead to a drop in sperm count or problems with periods.
This product contains ingredients that should not be taken by people on MAO inhibitors, SSRIs, blood thinners, or any other psychiatric medicines. It should not be taken by people with psychiatric or neurological disorders, high blood pressure, cancer, or people on immunosuppressive therapy. It should not be taken by pregnant or nursing mothers, or children under 18. It should not be taken within a 24-hour time period from alcohol or recreational drugs. If any undesired side effects are noticed, discontinue product immediately, and seek proper medical attention if needed. No claims are made about the safety of this product, nor are any medical or psychological benefits claimed. Discontinue use if feelings of invincibility occur.
Although there are numerous customer reviews for Brain Nerd products in general, no customers specifically state which product they are reviewing.
There are lots of generic Brain Nerd customer reviews on Facebook, but the majority of these were posted in bundles on the same days as each other, the 15th and 16th December 2016, and 10th March 2017. This block posting pattern is suspicious, and leads us to think that the people who left reviews on these days had some kind of incentive.
The manufacturers of Brain Nerd Final Exam do not offer a money back guarantee. Their website states that they offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, but that this does not cover opened or used products. The lengthy terms and conditions section also states that sale items cannot be refunded.
“Brain Nerd wants you to be thrilled with your new purchase. However, if you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the item and get a full refund. You can return items for up to 30 days from the date you receive it. Any item you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt.
To be eligible for a return, your item must be in its original packaging and must be shipped to 2921 Crain Highway Waldorf MD 20601. Please notify us of the reason for the return via email along with the tracking number and order number at [email protected] Your refund will be processed as soon as the product is received. Please allow us to rectify any concerns before filing a charge back.
Only regular priced items may be refunded, unfortunately, sale items cannot be refunded.”
Brain Nerd Final Exam can be purchased from the official Brain Nerd website. A single bottle containing 90 capsules costs $39.95, although the website suggests that this is a marked-down price. All purchases made on the Brain Nerd website come with free shipping.
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