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Thu, 19 Oct 2017 20:57:44 GMT

heidewilson
Mon, 23 Oct 2017 03:39:34 GMT

I was able to go to yoga today! Usually I have too much brain fog to be motivated or make a plan. Fatigue is huge for me. But I got through class and I'm still going! I've got things to do today!

kristicasekaufman
Mon, 23 Oct 2017 04:55:23 GMT

I have been using Brainflo for about 2 weeks, and truly cannot believe the difference. I heavily rely on my brain for my very busy real estate practice and legal consulting business. I have felt so run down and fuzzy for the past number of years, that I often only do the bare minimum to get through the day. And my coffee intake has been pretty huge. But after about 4 days on Brainflo I was down to 1 cup of coffee a day! And I am really feeling "clear." My energy level is back to where it was in my 20's. I'm so grateful!

Marc Wagner
Mon, 23 Oct 2017 20:12:42 GMT

@heidewilson Yay! So glad you have the energy to go to yoga now! The upward spiral has begun. Here's to the rest of the road...

Marc Wagner
Mon, 23 Oct 2017 20:29:49 GMT

@kristicasekaufman Such good news Kristi! I know what it's like to be a peak performer and to slowly lose your edge. So glad you've found it again! The second half of life may truly turn out to be the best half! Carry on warrior.

geakerson
Thu, 26 Oct 2017 03:37:58 GMT

@marc BrainFlō is super potent! I've used CILTEP regularly so I figured I would start out with three capsules of BrainFlō and it had me going from 5:40am to 1:30am the next day. I have since dialed it back to 1 capsule in the morning before breakfast and it's perfect. It gives me focus and energy to go all day with no need for coffee.

romieo97
Sat, 04 Nov 2017 01:37:03 GMT

Dr. Marc, most of the people who have commented on their results using BrainFlo are young 20s, 30s, 40s. What about people like me in their 60s and 70s? I'm hoping it's safe and effective for older people as well. Does age make any difference?

Marc Wagner
Sat, 04 Nov 2017 05:26:36 GMT

@romieo97 Some of our beta-testers are in their 60s and 70s and they are doing well (my parents, for example). The main reason you're not hearing from them is because they don't use Facebook or comment threads like this one. I'm trying to change that. Age is not the problem. Medications are the problem. "Blood thinners" like Aspirin, for example, are often prescribed for people in their 60s and 70s and these medicines do not mix well with Ginkgo (in this supplement or any other) because Ginkgo already makes your platelets less sticky. The effect would be additive. This is why you should always check with your prescribing doctor before you start a new supplement. Thanks for the question! It's a good one.

romieo97
Fri, 10 Nov 2017 15:27:20 GMT

Hi Dr. Marc, ok, I'm in. I want to try BrainFlo. How do I get ahold of it? My son is Chris Cooper, and he is raving about it. So is Tara, his wife. I am having some "senior moments", and I'd love to try to clear up my brain fog, as you call it. Can you help me?

Marc Wagner
Tue, 14 Nov 2017 15:45:36 GMT

romieo97 BrainFlō will be available on Amazon after Thanksgiving (barring any setbacks). Keep an eye out for our early-bird specials. The best way to stay informed is to sign up for our newsletter (just above these comments, where it says "Join the Search for Human Flourishing"). Thanks! And may your brain flow.

Beth Schultz
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 02:19:34 GMT

Thank you Marc for letting me try BrainFlō. My favorite thing is I am sleeping better because I have more energy during the day! I wake up earlier and excited for the new day. I have only been on the product for a month. I look forward to seeing the changes in my brain function after a few months. I have a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis and have suffered lots of cognitive problems. Nutrition has given me back my brain and this product is perfect addition!

Marc Wagner
Tue, 05 Dec 2017 18:58:52 GMT

@Beth Schultz You're welcome! Thank you for the awesome feedback!

farishashim
Sun, 04 Feb 2018 09:16:55 GMT

Is this product useful for a man over 70 years old? Any side effects?

namehere
Mon, 02 Apr 2018 17:34:14 GMT

I'm interested, but wary about the L-tyrosine, which can be a migraine trigger (I've had severe common migraine all my life; heavy genetic component + hormonal and weather triggers). Any report from beta testers with migraine?

Marc Wagner
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 02:35:44 GMT

Yes. Ali LeVere, Senior GreenMedInfo Researcher and Staff Writer, reviewed our product and specifically mentions an improvement in her migraines with BrainFlō™. See her detailed review here: https://www.empoweredautoimmune.com/single-post/2018/01/15/Natural-Supplement-for-Brain-Fog-BrainFl%C5%8D-by-BioFlourish

sookrit
Mon, 07 Jan 2019 19:23:51 GMT

Hi Marc. Is Brainflo available for international distribution?

Marc Wagner
Tue, 08 Jan 2019 21:54:09 GMT

@sookrit Great question! Brainflo is not available for international distribution--yet.

lahore67
Thu, 14 Mar 2019 08:57:45 GMT

Hi, I am suffering from insomnia for the last twenty years and now I am having issues with memory. For memory, I start taking a herbal supplement BrainFlo I am wondering is it safe to take 5HTP (for sleep) with it? Many Thanks.

mfulk
Wed, 03 Apr 2019 21:28:52 GMT

Marc Your dad and brother just gave me a bottle of this. The ingredients look like they are exact same elements that are defecient in the brain of an addict. Have you done any research on this? I am no biomedical researcher but have enough layman’s experience to recognize the similarities and find it interesting. MF

Marc Wagner
Fri, 17 May 2019 17:20:20 GMT

@lahore67 Both BrainFlō and 5HTP can increase serotonin so you may find you do not need the 5HTP. On the other hand, nootropics like BrainFlō can occasionally cause insomnia in some people. If you find that's the case, lower your dose of BrainFlō or if you are already taking the lowest dose, discontinue it altogether. For fast responses to technical questions, please email us at support@bioflourish.com Thank you!

Marc Wagner
Fri, 17 May 2019 17:33:55 GMT

Hello @mfulk. Supporting the dopamine anticipation/reward pathway with nutrients helps people with motivation and positive engagement in general--motivation to exercise, play, connect, and perhaps less need to stimulate themselves with sugar, caffeine, nicotine, etc to get the same reward. Whether this helps people with true addiction is speculation but it's certainly interesting speculation, given the fact that pharmaceuticals that support the dopamine system, like bupropion, are used to decrease cravings for cigarettes.

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