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Savage Line puts some impressive dosages in a full serving of its nootropic Neurodrol

Savage Line Labs Neurodrol

Savage Line Labs in Canada has a new supplement this month, and it’s for a category it’s not currently competing in. While the brand does reach into many different areas of the industry, it had yet to put together a dedicated entry for the nootropic space. Neurodrol is that product for Savage Line, and it brings together a pretty robust selection of ingredients and dosages, especially in its maximum serving, and it’s all for focus.

Savage Line Labs Neurodrol is built to support mental focus, cognition, mood, and neuroprotection, although surprisingly not energy. The supplement is one of the rare competitors in the category that doesn’t utilize caffeine. That means there is no energy kick or hit at any point, but it does give you the opportunity to combine it with your own stimulant preference, whether that be another product or a refreshing energy drink.

Savage Line Labs Neurodrol Label

You can see the entire formula in Neurodrol in the image above, and as mentioned, Savage Line Labs has squeezed in some solid highlights. A full six-capsule serving of the supplement packs 1.2g of alpha-GPC, one of the highest dosages we’ve seen, 2g of lion’s mane, another amount we haven’t come across before, half a gram of kanna, 330mg of bacopa, 200mg of theanine, 360mg of ginkgo, saffron extract, and huperzine A.

Neurodrol is arriving at Savage Line Labs later this month, so while it’s not available at the moment, it’s not long before fans and followers will be able to get their hands on it. A full-size bottle of the focus-powering supplement will have 120 capsules, giving you 40 servings at three capsules a time; however, if you want those highlights mentioned above, you’ll need to throw down six capsules, and that’ll give you 20 servings.