2014 Holiday GIft Guide Giveaways

2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Give The Gift of Clarity with OptiMind + Giveaway

Written by leanne

Have you ever thought of gifting a bottle of nutritional supplements for Christmas? I hadn’t until my sponsors at Optimind let me try out their product. Check out who I think it would make a great gift for, and enter to win a supply for yourself or a family member.

2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Give The Gift of Clarity with OptiMind + Giveaway
Sometimes I feel like my brain is just in a bit of a fog. I’m guessing that the culprit is that there is just so much to think about…kids, work, chores, picking everyone up at the right time, did I do this, don’t forget to do that, what day of the week is it, bring cupcakes to the school fundraiser… you get the idea!

This is why I am so excited about OptiMind! OptiMind is a daily nutritional supplement designed specifically to aid brain function and help you to “clear the fog.” This pill has has 17 ingredients designed to create focused calm including: Vinpocetine (brings oxygen and nutrients to the brain via vasodilation), GABA (An inhibitory neurotransmitter that prevents over-excitement to maintain focus) and Huperzine A (Beneficial for memory by increasing the levels of acetylcholine in the brain)

2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Give The Gift of Clarity with OptiMind + Giveaway
The cool thing about Optimind is that you can purchase it as a monthly subscription service for yourself or as a gift for friends or family members. Each month you will receive a bottle of OptiMind along with a motivational card each month. Right now, you can even grab a free 14 day trial with free shipping from the OptiMind website.

Gift Guide Ratings:
Poor (or Budget for it), Average, Good, Excellent

Availability: Average– only available online through the Optimind website.

Price: Budget for it- the price for one 32-ct bottle of Optimind is $60 with free shipping, however it is on sale right now for $43.31.

Durability: Good– One bottle is good for a full month of taking Optimind, and with the subscription service you will continue to get your monthly supply automatically. There is no contract, however, so you can cancel at any time.

Interactive Features: Good– I really liked the motivational card that came in the box with the bottle of Optimind. The card had useful techniques for setting goals, and encouragement for working on a new goal this month. It’s just a nice little “extra” that helps to make you excited about working on something new for the month.

Value For Money- Good: I think that the cost for this product is a little high, however if you find that it dramatically improves your ability to think clearly, I think it would be well worth the investm ent. Optimind also has a full money back guarantee, so if you are not pleased with your results, you are not out anything at all!

Who I would buy it for: I think that this would make a great gift for college students, athletes or anyone who is into wellness and self-help products. The product does have some restrictions on age and other health factors, so check out all the details on the Optimind website before use.

Be sure to stay tuned in to the Holiday Gift Guide all season long for more gift ideas, hands-on reviews and giveaway items to gift to your own family and friends. Plus, right here, you can enter to win a bottle of OptiMind! The giveaway will end at 11:59pm PT on 12/14. To enter, fill out the form below.

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