Genius Burn Review with it’s good and bad points

Genius Burn ReviewGenius Burn is a food supplement that appears to be designed to function both as diet pill and a nootropic. It seems to be produced in America by a company called Genius Brand.

All sales are made via Amazon and the company has no official website. Not a lot is known about them at all and customers desiring support will only be able to make contact via Amazon.

That’s not good, but the pills are vegetarian-friendly, and do not contain any caffeine or other stimulants, so they may prove to be attractive to non-meat eaters and people who do not tolerate stimulants well.

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The promised benefits are:

  • Burn more fat
  • Decrease stress and improve the mood
  • Provides clean energy without the crash
  • Boosts memory focus and clarity

Do people take diet pills to enhance the mind? Is taking cognitive function booster a good way to lose weight? It’s a strange pairing and we have to say our answer to both questions is no, but this insane union may generate the Genius Brand extra profits by allowing them to peddle their pills to two consumer group types instead of one, and it may even have value in both regards. Lets examine the formulation and see.

Key Ingredients

Each Genius Burn capsule contains 12 ingredients and several of them are commercially available proprietary blends:

  • iFAS503 (125mg)
  • Sensoril Ashwagandha (125mg)
  • TheaCrine (100mg)
  • Cognizin (100mg)
  • AlphaSize (100mg)
  • GS4 (50mg)
  • L- Theanine (50mg)
  • Paradoxine (25mg)
  • Capsimax (12.5mg)
  • AstraGin (12.5mg)
  • Huperzia Serreta (2.5mg)

Blend Potential

capsimaxCapsimax has a lot to offer as a fat burning ingredient, but the amount provided here may be too low.

The iFAS503 proprietary blend contains green tea, and it’s a proven fat burner, but the blend also contains two other ingredients (tuber fleeceflower & parasitic loranthus) that may dilute its abilities.

Sensoril Ashwagandha is a plant extract that is often favoured by practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine.

It is believed to offer protection against mood swings and help prevent mental stress, but it’s value is not only nootropic. It may also have the ability to diminish cravings for sugars and carbs.

The Genius Burn formulation contains such a strange amalgamation of ingredients it is not possible to predict how they may interact, so customer feedback may provide a better insight into the benefits and/or problems this eclectic mixture is likely to deliver.

Genius Burn Customer Feedback

The majority of customer feedback is very good, but that could be due to the fact the manufacturer has been busy handing out discounts in exchange for “honest and unbiased” reviews. The one star reviews paint a very different picture of the product. It appears to have disappointed a lot of people and some of them claim it made them feel ill.

A couple of five star reviews read:

“I put these pills to the test and can confirm they work. I just cracked open my second bottle and my BMI is already down by 10%. I no longer desire treats and have lost the desire to overeat. The piggy in me has departed and my waistline has responded accordingly.”
“I’ve only been using Genius Burn for a couple of weeks and I can already see a difference. It clears my head and aids my concentration while training and I feel like I can almost feel the fat burning taking place. The scales don’t lie. I’m already 7lbs lighter.”

Two one star reviews read:

“This product did not deliver any of the benefits promised, but it did give me terrible migraines that made me feel very ill.”
“I don’t like these pills at all. They did nothing to improve mental focus and I did not lose any weight. It doesn’t take a genius to see the product does not work.”
Usage Instructions For the first three days of use the recommended dose is one capsule, taken two times per day, 30-45 minutes before meals. If no tolerance issues become apparent the dose can be increased to two capsules, two times each day, from day four onwards. People wishing to attain maximum benefits can take two capsules three times per day, and the manufacturer recommends a supplementation period of at least two months. Diet and exercise will be required and potential customers also need to be aware a two capsule dose taken three times a day would give each bottle of pills a lifespan of just 10 days.

Genius Burn Side Effects & Health Issues

Many past customers say Genius Burn caused them to experience side effects, so all potential users should get their doctor’s approval before they risk taking any of these pills.

Reported side effects include:

  • Upset stomach
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Brain fog/inability to focus
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Headaches/migraines
  • Dizziness
  • Bloating
  • Weight gain

Purchasing Options & Considerations

Genius Burn is only available via, but Genius Brand does not ship to the UK. However, the product is also available from a couple of other Amazon retailers who do. Expect to pay around $50 (£39) per bottle (contains 60 capsules).


A money back guarantee is promised, but its duration is not mentioned and the Amazon sales page does not state how the claims process should be initiated.

The Bottom Line

Genius Burn may very well have the ability to function both as a nootropic and as a weight loss aid, but it also has the potential to be a Jack of all trades and master of none. It is an expensive product as well, so we have to wonder if people may not be better off investing their money in a product that is more focused in its aim.

There are a number of good dedicated weight loss products available and some impressive nootropics too. Most people who are considering buying Genius Burn will be looking at one aspect or the other, not at both of them combined, and it seems likely that truly smart buyers will realize they are better of looking elsewhere.

Our Preference

PhenQ bottleWe highly recommend PhenQ due it’s universal appeal – it can be used by virtually anyone. It is a fat burner, fat blocker and appetite suppressant.

PhenQ is based on the pharmaceutical diet pill phentermine but available to buy direct and without prescription.

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