15th November 2023

NeuRx-TF vs NeuraZenx: How Are These Nerve Supplements Different?

Dr. Jill Barat, PharmD
NeuRx-TF vs NeuraZenx: How Are These Nerve Supplements Different?

When you are looking into choosing a supplement for nerve health, you have likely come across a few.

NeuRx-TF and NeuraZenx are two of the most popular nerve supplements available online, and they do have some similarities. If you are trying to decide between these two supplements, we may be able to help you out by pointing out a few of the differences here.

Below, are 5 of the most important differences between the NeuRx-TF and NeuraZenx nerve health supplements.


1. How many ingredients the supplements contain

One of the biggest differences between these two supplements is just what ingredients they contain.

These are the 4 ingredients in NeuRx-TF:

  • Alpha lipoic acid
  • Benfotiamine
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12

These are all good, and have generally good support for nerve health benefits.* However, NeuraZenx contains all 4 of these as well, in addition to 16 other ingredients.

These are the 20 ingredients in NeuraZenx:

  • Alpha lipoic acid
  • Benfotiamine
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12
  • Acetyl L-Carnitine
  • Organic turmeric root powder
  • L-Arginine
  • Moringa oleifera powder
  • N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC)
  • Oat straw extract
  • Feverfew herb powder
  • Passionflower herb powder
  • Chinese skullcap
  • Inositiol


2. The price for a one-month supply is different

NeuRx-TF retails for about $45 for a one-month supply (60 capsules), whereas NeuraZenx is priced a little lower at $37.99 for a one-month supply (120 capsules).

This may be a significant savings if you remain on this supplement long term. 

Also, as you may have noticed above, NeuRx-TF contains 60 capsules per bottle, while NeuraZenx contains 120 capsules. If you use the maximum dosage, these are both one-month supplies. But, if you do not need the maximum daily dosage, these bottles may last you even longer.


3. NeuRx-TF requires a physician login to order

According to the BakoDX website where they sell the NeuRx-TF supplement, it appears that they may only sell directly to physicians. The only way to see the pricing of the supplement is locked behind a login that says “Physicians - Log in to see prices.”

This may mean that you may not be able to get your hands on this supplement unless your doctor makes an account, or you are a physician.

NeuraZenx, while developed by doctors and pharmacists, is not locked behind a login for physicians only. So, this can be ordered directly by anyone who wants to try it out for their nerve health.


4. The number of pills you take is different

As we mentioned above, the instructed amount of pills to take is different between these two supplements. This makes sense because NeuRx-TF contains 4 ingredients, while NeuraZenx has 20 ingredients – there is simply more to pack into each dose with NeuraZenx, so an additional capsule was needed.

According to the supplement packaging, NeuRx-TF states that you can take 1 tablet twice daily, or as directed by a physician.

The NeuraZenx bottle states that you can take 2-4 capsules once daily in the morning with 8oz of water and food.


5. You can sign up for a monthly NeuraZenx subscription for a discount

For additional cost savings, NeuraZenx can be set up as a monthly subscription order that arrives at your front door when you are getting close to needing another bottle. A subscription knocks the price per 120-count bottle down from $37.99 to $34.19. We also commonly run discounts at Zen Nutrients, so that you can snag your supplements at a great price.

There is no mention of discounts or subscription savings for the NeuRx-TF supplement.

Buy Zen Nutrients NeuraZenx online today

If you are in the market for a nerve health supplement*, and you’ve settled on wanted to try out NeuraZenx, you can place your order today from

If you have any additional questions about NeuraZenx or want to take a look at more details yourself, head on over to the NeuraZenx product page to learn more.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.