Smart Pill Face-off: Lumonol vs. Evo

When it comes to new brain supplements in the industry, two recurring names we hear very often are Evo and Lumonol. While both of them have been increasing in market share over the course of the past few months, they have come to popularitydue to wildly different reasons.

The manufacturers of Lumonol take a very quiet approach, letting its satisfied customers and expert reviews do the talking, sharing the word and promoting its product. Lumonol is often praised for the ingredients it uses, mainly Noopept, a powerful nootropic ingredient that isn’t found in most other supplements. This, along with its other herbal and natural ingredients make it a very solid contender that gives even long-runners in the industry a run for their money.

In comparison, Evo is kind of like the new kid in class that’s just trying a little too hard – he’s obnoxious, intrusive, asks way too many questions, and is always in your face. You’ve heard about him. You don’t want to meet him. Evo advertises on basically anything and everything related to brain supplements, so don’t be surprised if you see an Evo banner ad just 5 minutes after reading this comparison.We have to give them some merit for their advertising efforts though. They do work. Evo is perhaps about the most-searched word in our site!

The philosophies of the two companies behind these supplements are also in stark contrast with each other, as is made evident by their websites.While Lumonol’s site is very rich in information – including detailed product descriptions, explanations, and supporting research, Evo’s site lacks almost any sort of information at all, but is filed with so much marketing hype. So much so that they don’t even do a good enough job at explaining what Evo actually does for you or how it affects your brain. Instead, they continually notify you of the 75% sale they’re having that only lasts 24 hours.

Putting that aside, the two supplements do share some common ingredients in their formula, but it is in their differences where each of these supplements shine, and will ultimately determine the answer to the question: Which is better, Lumonol or Evo?

Ingredients Breakdown and Comparison:
Lumonol vs. Evo

Lumonol Evo
Vitamin B5 N/A 30 mg
Vitamin B6 N/A 40 mg
Vitamin B12 50 mcg 500 mcg
Thiamin N/A 40 mg
Niacin N/A 25 mg
L-Tyrosine 300 mg 75 mg
CDP Choline 120 mg N/A
Choline Bitartrate N/A 50 mg
DMAE N/A 50 mg
Alpha Lipoic Acid N/A 40 mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine 100 mg 50 mg
Caffeine N/A 75 mg
Guarana 100 mg N/A
Ginkgo Biloba 50 mg 30 mg
Phosphatidylserine 100 mg N/A
Panax Ginseng 100 mg N/A
Picamilon 100 mg 100 mg
Hordenine 25 mg N/A
Noopept 15 mg N/A
CoQ10 N/A 75 mg
Rhodiola N/A 30 mg
Gotu Kola N/A 30 mg
Bee Pollen N/A 400 mg
Pieprine N/A 10 mg
Vinpocetine N/A 2 mg
Huperzine N/A 25 mcg

While both of these formulas share a few common ingredients, you’ll see that the ingredients they use in their formulas mostly follow different philosophies. Lumonol’s formula is a lot shorter and concise, including some herbal and natural nootropics in combination with powerhouses like Noopept. However, the short list of ingredients also mean they’re able to put more of each ingredient into their formula. When comparing it to Evo’s formula, most of its ingredients have a 100-120 mg weight on average, while Evo’s is in the 40-60 mg mark.

Evo’s formula relies heavilyon energy boosting ingredients and other multivitamins. It dedicates an entire 135 mg of its formula to just multivitamin “filler”, and a further 525 mg to its energy enhancing properties. This means that its effects are geared more for energy and focus.