Over 20% Off Neuriva Brain Support Supplements + Free Shipping on Amazon
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Through March 20th, head over to Amazon where you can score these Neuriva Brain Support Supplement Capsules for just $20.98 shipped when you clip the 20% off digital coupon and opt to Subscribe & Save!
Get rid of brain fog! Strengthen connections between brain cells using these Neuriva capsules that contain clinically proven ingredients that have a positive effect on your brain. They can help with focus, memory, learning, accuracy and concentration! Even better, you only need to take one per day.
Check out these reviews…
Have been taking Neuriva for a few months. It seems to help my memory. I now can remember quickly why I entered a room or where I put something away.
I’m in early 50’s and wanted to be more alert! My memory isn’t as it used to be but after a couple weeks I started noticing my focus and retaining information was sooo much better!
We’ve been using this for several weeks now, and it seems to be helpful with brain fog, mood, and energy levels. It’s nice to have an option that’s over the counter and doesn’t have a ton of side effects.
Here’s the deal…
Neuriva Brain Support Supplement Capsules 28-Count $27.97
Clip the 20% off digital coupon
Opt to Subscribe & Save (5-15% off + free shipping)
Final cost $20.98 shipped (5% off) or $18.18 shipped (15% off)!
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I’m pretty sure these is a class action lawsuit against Reckitt Benckiser LLC for Neuriva products falsely advertising “clinically and scientifically proven” claims.
Thanks, Shirl! ❤️It seems that was for a different supplement. Hoping that helps! 🤗
UPDATE: We looked at this once more and it seems that did include this variety for those purchased from 1/2019 thru 4/23/21.
Oh.. what supplement was that for?
We found the details on it over here.
“The products covered by the settlement are all sizes of Neuriva Original, Neuriva Plus, and Neuriva De-Stress. “
The Neuriva Brain Supplement Class Action Lawsuit is David Williams and Caroll Anglade v. Reckitt Benckiser LLC and RB Health (US) LLC, Case No. 1:20-cv-23564 in the U.S. District Court of Florida.
Thanks, again, Shirl! 💞We did look at that again and I’ve updated the info I shared above. SO sorry for any confusion.
You have two different pictures of the Neuriva product on the post. One says clinically tested and the other says clinically proven. Which picture of the Neuriva is the correct one that they are using now?
Hi, Shirl! It looks like on their site they say “Clinically Tested” now. I’m updating this picture now.
This isn’t Neuriva Original?
Hey there! This deal is for the Neuriva Original Supplement. I still find it listed through the sale link above. Hoping you can grab it! 💞
There isn’t any proof this works (same for most dietary supplements). Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) has made it easier for dietary supplements to “promote” their supplements. It is up to the FDA to prove they are dangerous or useless. FTC goes after them for false advertising. They can make millions before there is any action taken.
Also, they do have a lot of high ratings so if you are interested in this kind of product I would not let the suit dissuade you. Many popular supplements get hit with these kind of suits because they are mostly unregulated and it they have strict laws about what they can claim.