Pure Nature Cognifen Review - For Improved Cognitive Function And Memory Brain Updated June, 2024
Final Thoughts

Overall Score 69%

Pure Nature Cognifen Review

Manufacturer’s Claim

Adults and children are both susceptible to bad memory, this certainly does not mean that you are doomed to live a life of forgetfulness. Feeding your brain the nutrients it needs may be just the solution you are looking for.  Brain booster supplements are designed to maintain and nourish your brain. Today look at one of those supplements to see if the proof really is in the pudding.  Cognifen by Pure Nature has claimed to have created the perfect formula to enhance overall cognitive function which promotes faster learning and heightened mental performance as well as improve your mood.

In this review of Pure Nature Cognifen, we will be looking at the ingredients, dosage and company standards to see if this product lives up to its claims.


  • Vitamin A – 2400 IU
  • Vitamin C – 125 mg
  • Vitamin D – 100 IU
  • Vitamin E – 30 IU
  • Vitamin B1  – 3 mg
  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – 1.7 mg
  • Vitamin B3 – 12.5 mg
  • Vitamin B6  – 12 mg
  • Folic Acid Pure – 400 mcg
  • Biotin 1% – 3 mcg
  • Vitamin B5 – 12 mg
  • Calcium – 20 mg
  • Iron – 1 mg
  • Magnesium – 50 mg
  • Zinc– 10 mg
  • Selenomethionine – 50 mcg
  • Copper  – 52 mcg
  • Manganese – 400 mcg
  • Chromium – 12 mcg
  • Molybdenum  – 10 mcg
  • Potassium – 50 mg

Proprietary Blend – 692 mg

DMAE Bitartrate. L Glutamine, Glutamic Acid, Green Tea Extract, Bacopa Extract, Choline, Inositol, N-Acetyl l-tyrosine, Bilberry Fruit Extract, Gaba Grape Seed Extract, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Olive Leaf, Cinnamon Bark Extract, Licorice Root Extract, Boron, DHA 14%, Vanadyl Sulfate 19%, Phosphatidylserine 20%, Huperzine A

The main ingredient is Huperzine A which inhibits enzymes that decrease learning and enhances memory and mood while the vitamins such as vitamin B complex improves circulation and promotes energy and oxygenation in the brain. While this product does contain ingredients to support cognitive function it does seem to contain a variety of vitamins that may be unnecessary. your body only uses the vitamins it needs, the rest is either flushed out or stored depending on the type of the vitamin.


The recommended dosage is two capsules twice a day.  The capsules are vegetarian and are easy to swallow. Pure Nature recommends taking this supplement daily for 30-90 days depending on the individual before seeing results.


A one-month supply of Cognifen retails for $49.00. there are discounts available for bulk purchases. The buy two get one free retails for $98.00 and the buy three get one free retails for $147.00. The product can only be purchased online directly from the manufacturer.


Pure Nature offers a one-year money back guarantee, however, they do not mention what condition the product must be returned in and if it only applies to unopened bottles.

Pure Nature Cognifen Review – The Bottom Line

There are a few positive aspects of Cognifen such as the money back guarantee and a few of the ingredients. The downsides are in the formula itself. It is jam-packed with vitamins, and while this may look like a wonder product from the impressive list of vitamins, the truth is that the body can only use what it needs, and the rest is either stored which may potentially be toxic or it is excreted. For an expensive product like this, you want to know that the exact balance of minerals and vitamins are going to be beneficial and not just excreted or stored. We took a look at testimonials to see what consumers were saying, unfortunately, we only found less than a handful and they were only listed on the manufacturer’s website, there were no unbiased testimonials on any third – party sites about the product. This leads us to believe that this product is unpopular and unknown. The details about the company itself are very vague and we cannot be sure if the guarantee is assured or a hoax. In conclusion to this and based on the research and the formula, Pure Nature Cognifen does not live up to its claim, provides no clinical data and is not backed up by any social proof.

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