Is Adderin Really “Viagra For The Brain”?
Adderin is a well advertised, some would say ‘over hyped’ natural nootropic coming from the same manufacturers of another product called Addium..
Marketed as the most advanced and effective cerebral enhancement complex in the world, The manufacturers call it “Viagra for the brain” and they claim that it will help boost users:
- Mental Clarity
- Cognitive Precision
With (they claim) over 550,000 satisfied customers and after being featured on tv channels such as CNN and Medium at first glance it looks like you could be onto a winner..
The Formula In Adderin
The official website is full of claims about this ‘amazing’ product, but you known what? it does not mention anything about the ingredients in the formula…. not the names, and certainly not the amounts per serving.. they simply call it a 100% pure phosphatidylserine complex
How To Take Adderin
Again nothing…. there are no instructions whatsoever.. I have discovered that there is 30 capsules in a bottle so assuming that one bottle = 1 months supply, then the daily dose is 1 capsule a day
With a claimed over 550,000 satisfied customers, you would think that the manufactures would be displaying some users testimonials on the official website, but there is nothing at all.. looking elsewhere for more independent feedback i found a massive list of unhappy users all claiming that the product didn’t work..
sample reviews courtesy of amazon
Reported Side Effects
There have been a few reports of headaches
Where To Buy Adderin
You used to be able to buy Adderin from Amazon, but currently it seems to be only available from the official website… you can order direct and pay $49.85 for one bottle… if you buy more it gets cheaper
Any Cash Back Guarantees
There are none provided
When i first saw Adderin, i could have sworn that i had seen it elsewhere, and I was right!!
Its the exact same formula as in another product i reviewed – Addium.. it turns out the the makers have put an identical basic formula into Adderin….its the same bottle and virtually the same label.. basically just a different name and a different colored label
Just as i found with Addium, there is no scientific proof to back up any of the makers claims, although I have to say that the formula does actually contain some proven ingredients, there is ( in my opinion) no where near enough of any of them in the mix for the capsules to have any real effect ( something that is backed up by reviews on line)..
The phrase ‘Money Making Scam’ springs to mind here…..I suggest you look elsewhere…
My Recommended Nootropic Supplements
Why not have a look at my recommended Nootropic supplement page? from all of my reviews, I have sorted out the good from the bad and in this list have included the few nootropic supplements that do actually deliver on their promises…