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Cannibal Genius Nootropic

Cannibal Genius Nootropic

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One can never, ever be too intelligent, but this is Chaos and Pain's attempt at getting us all to the point where people start remarking that we might be a little overly intellectually intimidating. Cannibal Genius, one of Chaos and Pain's nootropic supplements, will put your brain on hyperdrive, as the 44 different amines and alkaloids in acacia rigidula will give you a nice little burst of energy to go with the noopept we piled in to improve your memory like nothing ever has. Then, just to add insult to injury for your intellectual rivals, we dropped alpha GPC, gingko, sulbutiamine, bacopa, acetyl l-carnitine, theanine, and vitamin D3 into the mix. Nothing on Earth can touch this blend for focus, memory, and cognition.

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Cannibal Genius - Nootropic Supplement

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  • Carmen Di Mino

    Posted on 27 Oct 2017 5

    "This product has a strange way of letting you know that it's working without being obvious that it's working. There's no immediate crack addict rush. There's no profuse sweating. It's a calm focus unlike any stimulant can muster. A great introduction to the nootropic realm and you'll probably end up buying them on BOGO sales because of some magical IQ gain that may seem slightly placebic. Don't deny the genius!"

  • Matt

    Posted on 25 Oct 2017 5

    "I love this supplement. It sharpens the focus and greased the wheels I'm my brain. It's not overbearing and not straight caffeine. "

  • Logan Lemieux

    Posted on 18 Sep 2017 5

    "This was the first nootropic blend I ever tried and to this day it is still one of the best. Good for anyone looking to first try out a nootropic."

  • Seth Mallalieu

    Posted on 30 Aug 2017 5

    "Feels like your on something you shouldn't be your focus is so sharp. Pair with a little caffeine and you got one productive morning of work or workout "

  • Theodore Johnson

    Posted on 11 Aug 2017 5

    "It may be USPS fault. Tracking showed shipping label created for over a week. I am still waiting for product. It arrived in a few day's my first order. Other than shipping issue the stuff is amazing"

  • Vikingstrikingmma

    Posted on 24 Jul 2017 5

    "I take "Genius" before my daily training and it keeps me sharp as an axe! I highly recommend it to anyone looking to enhance their workouts as well as their daily grind!"

  • chris

    Posted on 23 Jul 2017 5

    "This pill has everything needed to be the primary component to a great nootropic stack. I take it everyday sometimes two or three times a day. It could totally use more alpha gpc in the blend and maybe some caffeine and theanine,but i digress lol its well worth it its practicality the same price as just the noopept in it. I hipe you guys branch more into the nootropic market id be glad to test or consult on blends "

  • Brianna

    Posted on 16 Jul 2017 5

    "Like everyone else, I was super spectacle about it. And I've had my fair share of supplements and have tried to remove anything not necessary. I got this to try and get a little more into my training sessions. As I work a physically demanding job and then try and stay in shape at the same time. This stuff is POTENT. I wouldn't recommend taking it everyday, just in the days you plan on training HARD. It literally makes me focus on the task (workout) at hand and it'll make you go non-stop until you've finished. And even when you do finish you still got more in the tank. Great product. Just use it wisely. "

  • Brandon T.

    Posted on 19 May 2017 5

    "This is from mygood friend and Client Steve Vail.

    My name is Steve Vail and I am a stage four cancer survivor. I want to give you a brief version of my cancer story to explain why I chose to take cannibal genius and how it has helped me.
    In May 2014 I had a mole on my hip that went rogue and after the biopsy I was told I had stage 3B melanoma cancer. I was told it is the most aggressive skin cancer there is. I chose to have surgery to remove the mole opted not to have radiation or chemo therapy. In November 2015 I went into the emergency room because I was having some severe cognitive issues. After a brain MRI I was told that I had 6 tumors in my brain. The largest one (golf ball size) was bleeding and causing me to have those issues. They were able to remove that tumor and we chose to have radiation take care of the other 5. Within two months of my radiation treatment I had another MRI and was told that they were 8 new tumors starting to grow. Fortunately for me, there was a brand-new treatment that was having amazing success and so I chose to have that treatment rather than another surgery or more radiation. The good news is the treatment worked in the tumors were gone, but the radiation I had done previously created a new issue. There was a tumor (size of a large grape) situated in the part of the brain that controls speech and necrosis (dying or dead tissue) started to spread in that area. I had another surgery to remove the dead tissue and to keep it from spreading. I had an amazing surgeon and the surgery was successful. I have been very lucky and for the most part I am pretty much the same guy that I was. However, I find myself struggling to find the words to express my thoughts. Simple words that I have used 1 million times just disappear from my mind and I find myself struggling to finish sentences. I often times will begin a sentence and halfway through will completely lose track of what I was saying and where I was going and find myself sitting there feeling like an idiot hoping and praying that my train of thought will come back into my mind… And more often than not it doesn't.
    I am lucky enough to do the color commentating for BYU's men's volleyball team. I have been doing it for 10+ years and our broadcast goes all over the world. Our producer has been amazing and very generous toward me and my situation and has allowed me to continue doing those broadcasts. However, with these cognitive issues the few matches we've done this year have been a very harrowing experience for me. That is where cannibal genius comes in. When I started taking CG I didn't really feel any different in the first couple of days. But what I started noticing is that when I took those pills consecutively and as it built up in my system I began to recognize that those episodes were becoming less and less frequent. All of a sudden I was able to have conversations with someone that flowed rather than me stuttering and stammering to turn my thoughts into words. There is no way that I would've had the courage to continue commentating for BYU without the confidence I feel from taking CG! Not only has it appeared to replace or repair those synapses but I really do feel confident when I take those pills that I am as smart or even smarter than I was even before my brain surgeries! I can't put into words how amazing it is for me to be able to say that! I owe my friend Brandon Talbot HUGE for introducing me to CG and putting me on the path to total recovery! A few months ago I saw myself going from a guy with a decent sense of humor and a quick wit that loved the spotlight and the chance to make someone laugh, to a guy that would shrink himself down, afraid to open his mouth in a one-on-one or in a group setting for fear of embarrassing himself. Now here I am, back on TV and feeling good about myself and my progression! I'm not 100% healed, but I'm on my way and I have CG to thank for that!! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your research and studies and for making CG available to and the world!"