Review & Giveaway: ThinkGum

About ThinkGum;
Think Gum® is a brain-boosting chewing gum® designed to enhance concentration and memory.  The gum is sugar-free, naturally caffeinated and contains a proprietary blend of herbal ingredients including peppermint, rosemary, guarana, bacopa, ginkgo and vinpocetine.  The gum tastes like normal peppermint gum with a green tea like finish.”

Continue on to read my review and to enter to win a pack of ThinkGum!

ThinkGum is a unique product that contains ingredients that help to ‘enhance concentration and memory’. ThinkGum seems like the perfect gum for students to chew. I know as a college student, this seems like the perfect gum to help you study for a test, and then perform well on it.

I’m the kind of person who chews a piece of mint gum every time I take a test because I once read that chewing such gum helps to stimulate your brain, so I’ve always figured it couldn’t help. I see that ThinkGum also contains peppermint. It is summer, so I won’t be able to give the gum a go in any sort of ‘school setting’, but I did give it a try to let you know how I feel about its flavor, texture and so forth.

ThinkGum is softer than normal gum, which was a little odd at first. The initial taste I got was guarana and peppermint. The flavor is a little too strong in the beginning, but mellows into a decent flavor. It’s not something I would choose to chew daily, but I think it would be the perfect gum to have around for late night study sessions or the perfect gum for tests, as mentioned I like to have gum for tests. I am also glad to see this is a sugar-free gum, as I don’t chew gum with sugar. It’s just not necessary.

All in all, it’s only $2 for a pack, so why not give it a try and see how it works for you? The site also contains a lot of information on how it helps stimulate concentration, which is an interesting read.

Check them out a for more information and to buy a pack.

Keep posted for the Back to School Giveaway Hop starting August 1st to win a pack!

Thanks for reading!


4 thoughts on “Review & Giveaway: ThinkGum

  1. Interesting! We don’t allow our middle school students to have gum in the classrooms because they’re so irresponsible with disposing of it, but I do think it would help with focus and learning.

    1. My middle school banned gum for that reason exactly. Too bad those few kids have to ruin for the rest of them. Though sometime it’s best not have chomping going on next to you. Haha.Thanks for the comment!

  2. Looks like it’s worth a try! For only $2 a pack I’d buy it. I don’t need it for school but often I have trouble concentrating at work (especially during meetings!) so this could be helpful

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