My Nerve Factor Review (2021) – Just Another Scam?

My Nerve Factor Review (2020) - Just Another Scam?

It’s time for my Nerve Factor review – a neuropathy product with some unique features:

  • formulated as a liquid
  • pretty easy to take
  • fast effect (according to its claims)

But is it all that good about this product?

Honestly – some people say it’s a scam. So what’s the actual truth?

Well, I tried to dig deep into this product so that I can show you what it’s like in reality.

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Nerve Factor.

 

Review Summary

Full Name: Nerve Factor by Rejuvica Health

Product Type: Nerve Pain Supplement

Best Actual Price: $44/bottle

Cheapest Place To Buy: Amazon or its official website

Designed For: Nerve health support – according to its claims:

  • targets nerve discomfort
  • improves declining nerve health
  • reduces painful symptoms

My Rating: 6 out of 10

Recommended?: No – it’s not really worth the money at all:

  • low doses in most ingredients
  • really bad taste (and hard to take)
  • one bottle doesn’t always last for a month

Instead – I recommend spending your money wisely and going for a product with a much stronger formula.

 

What I Liked About It

  • Contains classic ingredients for neuropathy
  • Liquid composition (which makes it easy to swallow)
  • Many satisfied users behind
  • Easy to find in several retailers

 

What I Didn’t Like About It

  • Pretty low doses in most ingredients
  • Very bad taste
  • Daily dosage is unclear (1-3 servings/day)
  • One bottle may last even 18 days
  • Expensive for its real value

 

 


Nerve Factor In A Nutshell


The particularity of this product is its liquid composition:

  • one of the few neuropathy products with this consistency
  • easier to take (at first sight)
  • more comfortable for many people

However – these advantages rather exist on paper.

Because in reality, Nerve Factor is quite hard to take and it has enough complaints behind.

Plus – its actual value is lower than what it seems.

So it’s surely not that amazing if you take a closer look at it.

And despite its liquid version, it’s not a product I would recommend in these conditions.

 


#1 – Claims & Producer


First of all – I want to give you some general info on this supplement:

  • how exactly it works
  • what kind of problems it’s best for
  • who is the company behind it
1. Claims

For the beginning – here’s how this product is described on its official website:

Basically – it claims to support nerve health with potent natural ingredients.

But other than that, it doesn’t offer much info about its mechanism:

  • mostly mentions boosting nerve support
  • lots of talk about its money back guarantee
  • many claims about the natural source of its compounds

It’s true that it has a liquid consistency (which is surely an advantage).

But other than that – there’s nothing special about it.

2. Company Behind

Nerve Factor is made by a brand called Rejuvica Health.

Personally, I am quite familiar with this company:

  • produces several others health supplements
  • all of them have a liquid consistency
  • their prices are quite high (for the quantity)

Now – Rejuvica Health produces another similar supplement to Nerve Factor.

I’m talking about Nervestra (which has the same liquid composition and price).

However, Nervestra’s formula is slightly better.

But in terms of reputation – Rejuvica Health seems to be a trustworthy brand.

 


#2 – Formula (8 out of 10)


Nerve Factor’s actual composition is pretty good:

  • based on potent ingredients
  • its compounds are known for their neuropathy benefits

However – the main problem of this supplement are its doses.

Most of its ingredients come in really low quantities.

At least when compared to top neuropathy products. Still:

  • doses are listed per serving
  • you need to take 1-3 servings/day

So the final dose is going to be slightly higher – but still much lower than in other products.

Now, I would divide its ingredients in 2 groups:

  1. Vitamins
  2. Nerve Health Boosters

Let’s take a more detailed view at each of them.

1. Vitamins

Nerve Factor contains the essential vitamins when it comes to neuropathy:

  1. Vitamin B1 – it’s one of the best substances against nerve damage.
  2. Vitamin B6 – doesn’t have a major benefit for nerve pain, but it boosts general health.
  3. Folic Acid – can help repair damaged nerves in the long run.
  4. Vitamin B12 – decreases nerve pain and damage.

You should also know that this supplement doesn’t contain the top forms of these vitamins.

For instance:

  • vitamin B1 can be found as thiamin and benfotiamine
  • vitamin B12 exists as cyancobalamin and methylcobalamin

Now – Nerve Factor  doesn’t mention the exact version it contains.

But in most cases, supplements don’t mention this when they contain the weaker form.

So chances are it’s the same here.

2. Nerve Health Boosters

These ingredients have more specific benefits for neuropathy.

So as you can tell – their effect is stronger and more useful:

  1. Acetyl-L-Carnitine – helps regenerate damaged nerves after injury.
  2. Alpha Lipoic Acid – it’s the best antioxidant for neuropathy.
  3. Proprietary Blend – it’s a mix of several anti-inflammatory herbs.

As I said – these 3 ingredients are very helpful on paper.

But once again, their dose is quite low (compared to other neuropathy products).

When it comes to the Proprietary Blend – it contains some classic herbs for neuropathy:

  • Passionflower
  • Turmeric
  • White Willow Bark
  • Skullcap
  • Feverfew
  • Oatstraw

Conclusion

Overall – this supplement’s composition doesn’t look bad at all:

  • classic neuropathy ingredients
  • real benefits on paper
  • compounds with evidence behind

But once again – its low doses are the biggest problem.

And considering this, it’s not a supplement I would recommend at this point.

In terms of potency, it doesn’t look amazing.

 


#3 – Smell & Dosage (5 out of 10)


Here’s what you should know about Nerve Factor at this chapter.

1. Smell & Consistency

Apparently – this product’s smell and taste are absolutely terrible.

At least that’s what almost 100% of its users claim:

  • tastes really bad (despite being diluted)
  • it’s quite hard to swallow

Obviously – things get better once you get used to it.

But since you have to take several times per day, it’s surely not great from this point of view.

As for its consistency – you already know that it’s liquid, which makes it easier to take.

But that’s only at first sight.

Because given its terrible taste, it’s harder to take than pills.

2. Dosage

This supplement’s label offers some very clear directions as to how to take it:

  1. One serving size is 1/4 tablespoon.
  2. You need to take 1-3 servings per day for best effect.
  3. It’s also recommended to take it with water.

Now – from what I understood, you can either dilute or swallow it as it is.

But I recommend the first option (considering the nasty taste).

However, taking this product 3 times per day isn’t very comfortable.

So keep this in mind before deciding for it.

 


#4 – Results (7 out of 10)


As I do with all products – I tried to look at Nerve Factor’s customer feedback.

In this way, you can see an unbiased view on this product.

And luckily – this supplement has enough real opinions available.

1. Positive Opinions

Shortly – Nerve Factor has an average rating of 3.3 stars out of 5 (on Amazon).

It has a total of about 200 reviews – so 3.3 isn’t a great number.

Now, here are the most common praises it has:

  1. Some people say it works great for neuropathy.
  2. Others claim it decreased their pain considerably.
  3. A few others state it has a really high quality.

Truth is – this supplement has a bunch of positive reviews on its first Amazon page.

So it’s clearly not a scam in terms of effect.

2. Negative Opinions

As it’s normal – there are also enough complaints on this product.

In fact, there’s a surprisingly high number of unsatisfied users.

Most of their complaints are related to:

  1. No effect or improvement
  2. Really bad taste
  3. Hard to measure the exact dose
  4. High price

Now – some of these complaints are quite common in neuropathy supplements.

But its bad taste and lack of dose accuracy are clearly specific for this product.

So it’s really far from being perfect, as you can see.


Conclusion

Overall – this supplement has mixed reviews, as it’s normal.

But its per cent of positive opinions isn’t that high.

So at this point, it’s not the kind of supplement I would recommend.

That especially when there are better options on the market.

 

 


#5 – Side Effects (8 out of 10)


This supplement seems quite safe from this point of view.

At least at first sight.

That’s because it does have some complaints that might be related to that:

  • some people claim they got stomach cramps
  • others say the bad taste made them nauseous
  • a few others say it’s really hard to take it

Basically – the supplement itself is quite free of secondary reactions.

But its unpleasant taste makes everything worse.

So that’s something you should consider before going for it.

 


#6 – Price (6 out of 10)


Nerve Factor isn’t a cheap supplement at all.

That’s because its formula isn’t worth so much – if you ask me.

1. The Exact Price

Now – this supplement is available on its official website and on Amazon.

Prices are about the same in both – but it’s the discounts that make the difference:

  • the official website offers discounts for larger quantities
  • price is the same on Amazon for all quantities

For this reason – getting this product from its official website would be better:

  1. Standard price is $44/bottle.
  2. Shipping costs around $5.
  3. Price gets better if you buy the product in bulk.
  4. In this way, you can get it for up to $33/bottle.

Honestly – these prices are too high for the actual value of this product.

And there’s one more thing:

  • a bottle is formulated for 48 servings normally
  • label recommends 1-3 servings/day

Basically – for the best effect, you need 3 servings per day normally.

This means a bottle isn’t going to last more than 18 days (if you want the best results).

Considering that, I really don’t think it’s worth buying.

2. Competitors’ Price

I will only compare Nerve Factor with my #1 recommended neuropathy supplement.

I’m talking about Nerve Renew from Life Renew:

  1. Nerve Renew has a much better formula and ingredients.
  2. Nerve Factor is indeed slightly cheaper ($44).
  3. However, its quantity is also lower.
  4. In the best case, you can get it for about $33/bottle.
  5. Nerve Renew normally costs about $69/bottle.
  6. In the best case, you can buy it for about $49/bottle.

Now – Nerve Factor is indeed cheaper, but it’s surely not worth the money.

On the other hand, Nerve Renew is quite the opposite.

Its actual ingredients are worth over $120 and a bottle is a full monthly supply.

That’s why it makes a much better choice overall.


Conclusion

Nerve Factor is surely not worth the money, if you ask me:

  • its ingredients are weak for this price
  • one bottle isn’t always enough for a month

So if you want to spend your money wisely – I recommend a stronger product for a few extra dollars.

That’s surely what I would go for instead.

 

 


#7 – Availability (10 out of 10)


One of the best things about this product is that it’s quite easy to find:

  • its main seller is the official website
  • it’s also available on Amazon
  • you can also find it on Ebay (and possibly other retailers too)

Now – its official website has the best offer overall:

  • price is the same as in other retailers
  • discounts are more significant

It’s true that I don’t normally recommend going for this product.

But if you really want to try it out – I suggest buying it from its official website.

 


#8 – Final Conclusions


Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on Nerve Factor in 3 ideas.

1. Liquid Composition

A particularity of this product is its consistency:

  • formulated as a liquid
  • needs to be taken as such or diluted with water

This might seem pleasant at first sight, but it’s actually not so.

Many users complain about its really bad taste – so it’s not everything that good about a liquid product.

2. Low Quantity

Since it’s a liquid supplement – this product doesn’t have a clear serving size.

The label does state the quantity/serving, but that’s not always easy to measure.

Plus:

  • it’s recommended taking 1-3 servings/day
  • this means a bottle isn’t going to last for a month

Basically – if you want the best results, you will have to take the maximum dose per day.

That’s 3 servings daily.

If you make the calculations, this means a total of 18 days, nothing more.

3. Expensive

Considering all of its features – this supplement isn’t very cheap:

  • formula isn’t worth much money
  • ingredients are pretty basic
  • quantity is low

So it’s surely not a product I consider worth buying, to be honest.

 


My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?


Short answer: Definitely not.

It’s not a scam – but it’s far from a good buy either:

  1. Formula and ingredients are pretty basic.
  2. Low doses overall.
  3. Many complaints about its bad taste.
  4. A bottle isn’t enough for 30 days.

Besides – it’s way too expensive for its actual value.

So it’s surely not a product I would recommend any soon.

But what you should choose instead? My honest recommendation are pill supplements:

  • much better ingredients and doses
  • clear serving size
  • higher quantity 
  • much lower price (for the quality)

In fact – my #1 recommendation is a product called Nerve Renew:

  1. Best formula among all neuropathy supplements
  2. Lots of satisfied users behind
  3. No serious side effects

It’s true that it’s not a cheap product at all.

But in terms of value – it’s worth almost double than its actual price.

So in my opinion, it’s the most worth buying nerve pain supplement I know.

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Olly is a registered pharmacist with a long experience in health field. She graduated from University of Medicine and Pharmacy and has studies in Cosmetology, Dermatology, Toxicology. She has a 2 years experience as a retail pharmacist. You can connect with her via Linkedin or email.

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