Nootropics, cognitive enhancers, and neuro stimulators have existed in one form or another for some time now, but it has been garnering much more attention within the supplement industry as of recent. GuardianX Lifestyles is one such company seeking to provide consumers with a promising addition to this particular line of supplementation. Before progressing into discussion of the product itself, I first want to address my experience with GuardianX Lifestyles. As some forum members may be aware of, GuardianX Lifestyles has received criticism in the past due to a complication that occurred regarding shipping pre-orders of Omniscienti. To my knowledge, the company has resolved these concerns. When approached with the opportunity to test out Omniscienti, the GuardianX representatives were more than accommodating. I’m not as fond of reviewing products in “logging” form as I am of doing an all-inclusive review following the conclusion of my testing and they were accepting of this condition. Also, the time in which I received my bottle of Omniscienti was astoundingly fast as not even a week later I had it in my mailbox. I should additionally note that this is something of a prototype version of Omniscienti and that GuardianX has begun developing a newer version with an alternate, improved formula, which I have also been provided with and will be discussing in the second half of this write-up at a later date.
Upon opening the bottle of Omniscienti I noticed that one of the white pills had partially spilled open leaving a white, powdery residue on some of the other pills. A likely result of the type of quality handling we have come to expect from USPS. Interestingly, the powder had a scent reminiscent of USP Labs’ Modern BCAA supplement (not a plug). With the exception of the first few days of testing, I dosed Omniscienti at 1 pill in the morning with 200mg caffeine and a Bronkaid (ephedrine) and then 2 pills in the early evening prior to working out with another 200mg of caffeine and a Bronkaid. The caffeine and ephedrine have been a part of my regiment long before receiving Omniscienti and are not at cause for any results mentioned. Since it is a non-stimulant, I felt that such a brain booster complimented by products containing caffeine or ephedrine. I would love to see GuardianX try to refine a separate, stimulant based formula that could be stacked with Omniscienti in a cyclic manner.
Intuitively, one understands that this is more along the lines of a general health supplement and is not geared toward improving one’s physical aptitude. That is not to say, however, that it does not offer any benefit in this capacity as I found it to increase focus in the gym and allow me to enter the coveted “zone” much more easily when performing lifts. Where Omniscienti truly shines though is in its effect on day to day functions. Although not immediately apparent, I found myself far more conclusive and action-oriented, which has improved job performance. Generally, I am indecisive and constantly reevaluating trivial tasks that carry no real consequence regardless of my approach. Overall, I am pleased with how Omniscienti has performed and look forward to resuming my trial with their updated version.