It's time for my Nerve Shield Plus review – which is a pretty popular neuropathy supplement.
However – it's far from amazing in reality:
- very few real user opinions
- potentially dangerous
So could it actually be a scam? Or does it work for real?
Well – I tried to dig deep into this supplement to see the truth behind it (+ video).
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Nerve Shield Plus.
Full Name: Nerve Shield Plus
Product Type: Nerve Pain Supplement
Best Actual Price: $69/bottle
Cheapest Place To Buy: Only available on its official website
Designed For: Nerve discomfort and pain – it promises to:
- soothe and relieve associated symptoms
- increase flexibility and energy
- promote nerve healing
My Rating: 6 out of 10
Recommended?: Not really – it's too expensive for its real value.
If you want to spend your money wisely, get a product that costs the same but has the best ingredients from the market.
What I Liked About It
- Some of its ingredients are classic nerve pain relievers
- Pills are formulated as gelatin capsules
- You only have to take 2 per day
What I Didn't Like About It
- Ingredients aren't amazing (nor their doses)
- No authentic user opinions online
- Can cause side effects (especially digestive ones)
- Very expensive for its value
- Only sold on its official page
- Can't be bought outside the US
#1 – Claims & Producer
Here are some general things you should know on this supplement:
- when it works best
- how exactly it can help
- who is the company behind it
Firstly – this supplements claims to be “Malaysia's secret weapon against nerve discomfort”.
It also claims it relieves the pain by targeting the true root cause.
But there's more.
According to its official website – nerve pain has a hidden root cause (which it claims to treat):
- it's the over-expression of an enzyme (MMP-13)
- this enzyme exists in human bodies normally
- however, it is in a dormant state
- modern life makes it go “haywire”
Honestly – I personally don't agree with these “hidden root cause” claims.
That's because neuropathy has been deeply studied for years.
If this was the actual cause behind it – scientists would have mentioned it long ago.
Plus, they would have surely found a cure by now (and that wouldn't be a supplement).
And lastly – if Nerve Shield Plus was so miraculous, everyone with nerve pain would be using it.
But that's definitely not the case.
That's exactly why I doubt its claims are true or legit.
2. Company Behind
Nerve Shield Plus doesn't even have an official brand behind it:
- its so-called producer has the same name as the product
- there's no info about an owner/contact person
- obviously, there are no details about location
So from this point of view – this product does look like a scam.
However, it does provide a phone number and an email on its official website.
So you can get in touch with the staff (if they have that).
#2 – Formula (7 out of 10)
Nerve Shield Plus' ingredients aren't as good as I expected:
- slightly low doses
- mostly based on vitamins
- not such a strong composition as in other products
Now – this supplement's formula is far from bad.
But compared to other products with a similar price, it's clearly weaker.
So it's not the kind of composition I would recommend, considering these facts.
However – let's take a closer look at its main ingredients.
1. Vitamin B1 (300 mg)
This substance is an essential compound in terms of relieving nerve pain:
- decreases burning and stinging
- promotes nerve health
- speeds up recovery
Now – Nerve Shield Plus contains a pretty high dose of this vitamin.
But it's its version that could be better.
Vitamin B1 is formulated as thiamine in Nerve Shield Plus:
- it's very helpful in terms of neuropathy benefits
- but its absorption is pretty poor
- it can also be a bit toxic sometimes
On the other hand – certain supplements contain the benfotiamine version, which is more superior. 
2. Vitamin B12 (2000 mcg)
Luckily – in this case, Nerve Shield Plus contains the stronger form of this vitamin:
- it's formulated as methylcobalamine 
- the other version is cyancobalamine
- but it's usually weaker and harder to absorb
In terms of benefits, Vitamin B12 is very helpful:
- reduces sensitivity and pain
- promotes nerve health
- decreases damage
3. L-Arginine (500 mg)
This ingredient is quite unusual in neuropathy supplements.
However – research shows it does have some minor benefits:
- restores blood flow in nerves
- improves general life quality
But overall, it's not a very significant ingredient for nerve pain.
That's why I don't consider it very helpful in this supplement.
4. Thioctan Root Proprietary Blend (250 mg)
As most neuropathy products – Nerve Shield Plus also has a herbal component.
This blend is actually a mix of several anti-inflammatory herbs :
- Oat Strew
- Passion Flower
- Chinesse Skullcap
Other than that – there's also Alpha Lipoic Acid, which is not an anti-inflammatory.
It has some strong antioxidant proprieties:
- its quantity is pretty low in this supplement (most likely)
- there's no dose for it – only for the whole mix
- it also comes in the weaker version (not the R-Alpha)
5. Additional Vitamins
These ingredients make the biggest part of Nerve Shield Plus' formula:
- Vitamin D3
- Folic Acid
- Pyridoxine HCl
Now – their effect isn't major in terms of relieving pain (at least compared to the previous compounds).
That's why I don't necessarily consider them essential in this case.
Overall – Nerve Shield Plus' formula isn't amazing:
- not based on the best nerve pain ingredients
- some low doses in certain compounds
Considering its huge price, I would have expected a lot more from this product.
At least in terms of composition (which is the #1 ranking factor).
So I wouldn't really recommend it, when there are many better products on the market.
#3 – Pills & Dosage (9 out of 10)
Here's what you should know about taking this supplement.
1. The Pills
Nerve Shield Plus is pretty typical from this point of view:
- its pills are formulated as capsules
- they have a gelatin cover
- they are quite easy to swallow
So if you don't like thick pills, you shouldn't worry about that with this product.
It's easy to take for most people.
2. The Dosage
This supplement also follows a classic scheme at this chapter:
- it requires 2 pills per day
- you can take them together or space them out
Now – there is another thing the label recommends, which I don't really agree with.
It advises users to take the pills 20-30 minutes before the meal.
However, it is common for supplements to cause stomach cramps.
This usually happens when they're taken on an empty stomach.
So when it comes to Nerve Renew – try to take it while or after eating.
That's what I would do, at least.
#4 – Results (5 out of 10)
I usually analyze other customers' opinions – in order to give you an unbiased view on a certain product.
But in Nerve Shield Plus' case, it was pretty hard.
That's because I couldn't find any authentic opinion on it.
1. Positive Opinions
Basically – this supplement is only available on its official website.
So it's quite obvious that you're not going to find too many opinions outside that:
- no reviews on Amazon
- there are a couple of reviews on various websites
- but all of them are promotional
- and they only describe the product in general
I did find some “customer opinions” on Nerve Shield Plus' official website.
But as in most cases with this kind of reviews – they're most likely biased:
- you're not allowed to leave your own review
- all the opinions there look very similar
- they also don't seem too real
Now – if you decide to trust the reviews there, it's totally fine.
But to be honest, I pretty much doubt they are legit.
2. Negative Opinions
Since I couldn't find any real review – it's obvious that I found no complaint on this product.
Now – all of its (probably biased) reviews were positive, as you might expect.
But this doesn't mean all users were satisfied with this product.
In fact – I personally noticed the following issues about it:
- Very high price
- Probably causes stomach pain as a side effect
- Not effective in all cases
So if you have a personal experience with Nerve Shield Plus, I would love to hear it.
Whether it helped you or not – please let me know how it worked in the comments below this review.
Like many similar supplements – Nerve Shield Plus has very few real opinions.
In many cases, products of this type turned out to be scams.
I can't tell if that's the case of Nerve Shield Plus – but it's probably not.
Still, considering its real opinions issue, I wouldn't recommend it.
There's a better alternative for about the same price, in my opinion.
#5 – Side Effects (7 out of 10)
As I said – I found no actual complaints on Nerve Shield Plus at this chapter.
However, it most likely causes some of the following side effects:
- stomach pain and cramps
That's because the label recommends taking the pills before the meal – so on an empty stomach.
And in cases like this, digestive side effects are very common.
That's why I personally recommend ignoring the recommendations.
Instead – try to take the pills while or after eating.
Their effect might be 5-10% lower, but at least you're on the safe side.
#6 – Price (5 out of 10)
Nerve Shield Plus belongs to the expensive group of neuropathy products.
But in my opinion – it's not really worth that money.
1. The Exact Price
As I said – you can only find this supplement on its official website.
So that's where you can get the lowest (and only) price:
- Standard cost is $69/bottle.
- Price gets better if you buy several bottles at once.
- In this way, you can get this product for $49/bottle.
- This happens if you buy the 6 months supply all at once.
- Shipping is free for all orders.
To be honest – even the lowest price is very expensive, if you ask me.
I know many nerve pain supplements cost about the same.
And that's totally fine, as long as they are actually worth that.
But in terms of value – Nerve Shield Plus isn't worth such a high price.
Considering its formula, it should cost somewhere around $30/bottle.
2. Competitors' Price
I only want to compare Nerve Shield Plus with my #1 recommended neuropathy product.
I'm talking about Nerve Renew:
- Both supplements have exactly the same price.
- They also offer the exact same discount.
- So in the best case, you can get each of them for $49/bottle.
- However, their composition is pretty different/
- Nerve Renew has much better ingredients in higher doses.
- Nerve Shield Plus is less potent from this point of view.
Basically – these 2 products cost the same (even in their lowest version).
But Nerve Renew is considerably superior in terms of ingredients.
That's why it remains my #1 recommendation for neuropathy.
As for Nerve Shield Plus – it's surely not a bad product.
But its formula isn't worth that much, that's for sure.
From this point of view – Nerve Shield Plus is too pricey.
Its formula isn't anything amazing, nor are its doses.
So I wouldn't recommend paying so much for it.
Since there is a much better alternative for the same money – I would surely go for that.
#7 – Availability (6 out of 10)
Nerve Shield Plus is only available on its official website.
That's pretty bad in a way – since lots of people are hesitant about buying from that kind of website:
- no info about the actual producer
- only a phone number and an email
However – the website does look secure and I'm pretty sure it's safe.
So if you think you might have your credit card data stolen, that's surely not the case.
Still – finding it in other retailers or stores would have been much easier, for sure.
Plus, Nerve Shield Plus is only available in the US.
So you can't buy it if you live in a different country.
#8 – Nerve Shield Plus In 3 Ideas
Here's how I would sum up my opinion on this supplement.
1. Regular Formula
To be honest – this supplement's composition isn't amazing:
- pretty high doses
- its ingredients are not the best
So even though its formula isn't basic, it's surely not a great one either.
That's why I don't consider it something special.
2. No User Opinions
Like many supplements of this kind – Nerve Shield Plus has no authentic reviews online:
- it does have some on various websites
- but none is written by an actual user
The only opinions available are on its official website.
But as in most cases, they look pretty biased.
So it's hard to get an opinion on this product from its reviews.
If you ask me, this supplement is way more expensive than it should be.
That's because its actual value is lower than $69 (or even $49) per bottle.
It surely works for some people.
But why pay so much on it when you can get a better product for the same money?
My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?
Short answer: Not really.
It's simply too expensive for its actual value – if you ask me:
- formula could be much better
- no real user review online
- hard to afford on the long term
However – I don't consider Nerve Shield Plus a scam.
I know some people claim it is – but as long as it's not charging you without shipping the order, I can't call it so.
So what do I recommend instead then? A supplement called Nerve Renew:
- Best ingredients and doses from the market
- Exactly the same price
- Many satisfied users behind
- No major side effects
So instead of spending $49 for Nerve Shield Plus – better spend it on a better option like Nerve Renew.
At least if you want to make the most of your money.
That's the option I would choose for sure.