Hunter Focus Review

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By HumanWindow
Updated on 27 June 2020

Hunter Focus is a “premium” nootropic supplement containing a range of plant extracts in a clear and simple formula.

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The nootropic supplement market has grown massively in recent years as more people look for products to help them on their journey through life.

The Hunter supplement range is made by a UK-based company called Roar Ambition, and Hunter Focus is their only current nootropic offering.

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So, if you’re looking to find out everything there is to know about Hunter Focus, then you’ve landed on the right page. We’re going to focus on the facts when it comes to this supplement.

In this review, we’re going to take a close look at the ingredients formula, the doses and look for some customer reviews as we look to see where it stands.

So, with the introductions out of the way, let’s start taking a closer look at the Hunter Focus supplement.

Hunter Focus – The Basics

Before we get started, it’s important to recognize that there are plenty of claims surrounding various nootropic supplements and ingredients, but not all of them have been backed up by science.

As always, you should make sure that your diet, exercise regime and sleep are on point before even thinking about taking any new supplement for the first time.

Hunter Focus

Hunter Focus (Photo: HumanWindow)

In other words, food supplements are not intended to replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle overall.

The first thing you should acknowledge with any nootropic supplement is that the claims surrounding the ingredients and products are often unproven – but that hasn’t stopped them becoming one of the most popular supplement categories out there.

In most cases, nootropic supplements contain a range of ingredients including things such as vitamins, minerals and plant extracts, each of which may bring a potential benefit to the table.

As we mentioned above, Hunter Focus is made by a UK-based supplements company called Roar Ambition and claims to have been specifically formulated to help you perform at your best.

Hunter Focus contains nine different ‘nootropic’ ingredients in its formula, with a serving size of four capsules per day.

There are 120 capsules in a bottle, meaning that one bottle will last you for around a month if you stick to the recommended daily dose.

The supplement is certainly one of the most expensive nootropics out there and it’s marketed is a “premium” product. It costs $75 / £55 / €65 for one bottle, although they do offer discounts on the price per bottle if you are willing to buy more than one at a time.

Hunter Focus

Hunter Focus (Photo: HumanWindow)

This product is currently available only on the official website and directly from the manufacturer. That means that you won’t find it on Amazon or elsewhere online at the moment.

The slick marketing material on the official website says that this supplement has been made with a “cleaner stack for a cleaner mind” and claims that the whole product has been made with “quality” in mind.

The marketing material also claims that Hunter Focus will help you to “gain the edge” as you look to hit your goals in life.

It all certainly sounds pretty good to us so far, but we prefer not to pay too much attention to what manufacturers say about their own products. Instead, it’s better to focus on the important things such as the ingredients formula and dosages.

So, with that in mind, let’s move on to the next important section of our Hunter Focus review.

The Ingredients

Let’s kick off this part by taking a close look at the Hunter Focus ingredients formula as shown on the bottle.

The Hunter Focus ingredients formula. It's good that this supplement doesn't use a proprietary blend at all.

The Hunter Focus ingredients formula. It’s good that this supplement doesn’t use a proprietary blend.

The good news here is that like the rest of Roar Ambition’s products, this supplement does not use a proprietary blend.

This means that we know exactly what is in each serving, from the ingredients to their precise doses. Generally speaking, we think that this is always favorable. We tend to prefer supplements that transparently disclose their ingredients and their doses, rather than hiding numbers in a ‘blend’.

The second thing that caught our eye with the stack is that Hunter Focus does not use a stimulant such as Caffeine in its formula.

This means that Hunter Focus may be particularly beneficial if you’re looking for a ‘stimulant free’ nootropic supplement.

Hunter Focus

Hunter Focus (Photo: HumanWindow)

Let’s now move on and focus on the main ingredients in the formula.

• Lion’s Made Mushroom (500mg) – This is a plant extract that comes from an edible mushroom belonging to the tooth fungus group. It’s pretty commonly found in nootropic supplements and has some promising research behind it. Each daily serving (of four capsules in total) contains 500mg of Lion’s Made Mushroom.

• Ashwagandha (300mg)
 – An extract from a plant also known as Withania Somnifera, we’ve come across more and more supplements that use Ashwagandha as one of their main ingredients recently and it seems to have some promising research behind it. Ashwagandha is also available as a supplement in its own right in some health stores. Each serving uses 300mg of Ashwaghanda.

• Citicoline (250mg) – Once again, this is a pretty common Nootropic supplement ingredient. It’s also known as CDP-Choline and is believed to convert to both choline and cytidine in the body after ingestion. Each daily dose of Hunter Focus contains 250mg.

• Passion Flower (250mg) – Another plant ingredient, this is an extract from a variety of exotic vine flower. Each serving of Hunter Focus contains 250mg of Passion Flower extract.

• Bacopa (200mg)
 – Also known as Bacopa Monnieri, this is an extract which comes from the creeping herb native to the wetlands of southern and Eastern India, Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia and America.

• N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine (200mg) – This is actually a relatively common ingredient in pre workout supplements, as well as nootropics. L-Tyrosine is known as a non-essential amino acid and each daily serving of Hunter Focus contains 200mg.

• L-Theanine (200mg)
 – This is an amino acid which is found in tea leaves and is a pretty common supplement ingredient nowadays. It has some promising research behind it, and you’ll often find it paired with Caffeine in the same supplement, although that isn’t the case here.

• Phosphatidylserine (100mg) – We’ve not come across this ingredient in many other similar supplements before. It’s essentially a fatty substance called a Phospholipid, and is included in a 100mg dose per daily serving.

• Maritime Pine Bark (100mg) – As the name suggests, this is an extract which comes from the bark of a tree. Each serving of Hunter Focus contains 100mg of Maritime Pine Bark extract.

How To Take It

As mentioned above, each bottle of Hunter Focus contains 120 capsules, which is the equivalent of a 30-day supply.

The directions printed on the matte-black bottle say that you should consider taking two capsules with a glass of water, two times per day (four capsules in total per day).

The label also says that for “optimum results” it should be taken daily and consistently.

Hunter Focus

Hunter Focus (Photo: HumanWindow)

What’s Missing?

As we mentioned above, this supplement does not contain any Caffeine. Whether that is an issue for you or not will depend on personal preference.

All in all, the main things we were disappointed not to find in this product were some essential vitamins and minerals.

For example, Hunter Focus could have used Vitamin B12 as one of its ingredients, as well as the essential mineral Magnesium.

True, it’s possible to get enough of these important nutrients from a varied diet. But having them included in a supplement form can help to make up for potential shortfalls if you happen to not be consuming enough from your nutrition plan.

Hunter Focus Reviews

As this product is only currently available to buy directly on the official website, there’s not much in the way of verified customer reviews out there.

There are a handful of testimonials on the official website, but we’d probably take these with a pinch of salt.

Various review websites have also rated Hunter Focus pretty highly, but it would be good to see some more verifiable customer reviews.

One of the problems with Hunter Focus only being available on the official website is that we can’t check other retailers such as Amazon for customer reviews.

Hunter Focus Nootropic Supplement

Hunter Focus (Photo: HumanWindow)

What About Side Effects?

You should always carefully check the label before thinking about using any new supplement for the first time, to make sure that you’re not allergic to any of the ingredients.

Hunter Focus contains quite a lot of different substances, so you’ll want to do your research before taking it for the first time.

For that reason, we strongly recommend that you speak to a certified medical professional before taking Hunter Focus (or indeed any new supplement) for the first time.

The label features a warning saying not to exceed the stated dose, and underlining the fact that this supplement is for adults only.

The label also says that you should consult with your doctor if you have any medical condition or are taking any medication.

Is This The Best Supplement For Me?

Hunter Focus is attempting to establish itself as one of the more ‘premium’ offerings in the nootropic supplements market.

We’re fans of the fact that it has a clear and straightforward ingredients formula, doesn’t use a proprietary blend and features a transparent label.

The main things we were a bit disappointed by were that it doesn’t use some Vitamins and Minerals in the formula to support it, and that the capsules use Gelatin – meaning that it’s not suitable for Vegans or Vegetarians.

Hunter Focus

Hunter Focus (Photo: HumanWindow)

Anything Else To Consider?

Just remember that supplements are not ‘magic pills’.

It’s always best to make sure that you’re training hard, eating right and getting plenty of rest before even thinking about taking a new supplement for the first time.

Products such as Hunter Focus may well be beneficial for supporting your goals, but there is no point in taking a nootropic – or any supplement for that matter – if you haven’t got your lifestyle basics right first.

You should always consult your doctor or a certified medical professional before taking any new supplement for the first time.

Hunter Focus Review Conclusion – Final Thoughts

That brings us to the end of our Hunter Focus review.

• Contains a number of common ‘nootropic’ ingredients
• Doesn’t use a proprietary blend

• Not suitable for vegans or vegetarians
• A bit on the pricey side

Overall, we were pretty impressed by this nootropic supplement made by Roar Ambition.

Hunter Focus doesn’t use a proprietary blend and has some good ingredients, it’s just a shame that it doesn’t use any important Vitamins and Minerals in the formula, and that it’s not Vegan friendly.

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