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Panda improves several areas of its nootropic for a better and broader experience

Panda Focus 2

Growing brand Panda has revamped its competitor in the nootropic category, keeping the name of the supplement as its primary benefit in Panda Focus. If you’ve seen any of the brand’s pre-workouts or any of its more advanced products, you’ll know it brings quality formulas to each competitor. Focus is no different, with a supplement packed full of reliable ingredients and respectable dosages.

The formula powering Panda Focus 2.0 is relatively similar to the original, with the brand carrying over many of the same main ingredients and some changes to the dosages. There are a few new components in the mix, including 50mg of phosphatidylserine and 150mg of mucuna pruriens, and a removed component with bacopa monnieri no longer a part of the experience.

Panda Focus 2 Label

We’ve got the facts panel for the focus-enhancing sequel supplement in the image above, where you can see all of the tweaks and changes in more detail. The likes of tyrosine has remained at a solid gram per serving, alpha-GPC has been bumped up 25% from 400mg to half a gram, theanine is still there at 150mg, lion’s mane has gone way up to 300mg, and now there is 250mg from two sources in regular caffeine anhydrous and lasting Infinergy di-caffeine malate.

Panda has essentially improved in all areas from Focus to Focus 2.0, elevating dosages, keeping already effective features the same, and adding more ingredients for a broader range of benefits. It should have no problem hitting all of its promised points of energy, focus, memory, cognition, mood, and eye health, providing a better overall experience than the original.

Panda Focus 2.0, which is still labeled as Focus, despite being a new and improved sequel, is available first through, where you’ll pay exactly the same as its predecessor at $44.99 for a tub of 30 servings in Blue Raspberry Lemonade and Peach Gummy Rings flavors.