Doxiderol Review

(Last Updated On: September 19, 2015)

Doxiderol Review 

Boosting Your Brain Power The Smart Way

Nootropics can be a great option for people looking to sharpen their mind and charge through intense work or study. With stacks of choice out there, however, it can be difficult to know where to start. 81vowyhKjbL._SL1500_

Here we take a look at Doxiderol. This nootropic supplement claims to work in five separate ways to support both long and short term brain functioning. It works by:

  • Supporting neurotransmitters
  • Increasing blood flow to the brain
  • Reducing stress levels
  • Protecting brain cells
  • Supporting mental agility, stamina and focus

But does the truth live up to the claims? We investigate…

What’s in Doxiderol’s Formula?

Here are the ingredients disclosed by the manufacturer online:


Known as ‘viagra for the brain’, this ingredient is thought to increase blood flow to the brain and improve memory and cerebral functioning.


This herb has historical uses in Indian medicine and is known to support cognitive functioning. Bacopa has proven in clinical trials to increase learning capacity, and also boasts strong antioxidant properties.


A pivotal amino acid, acetyl-L-carnitine is central to increasing brain capacity and memory.


Found in green tea, this ingredient is associated with soothing mental and physical stress, supporting cognition and enhancing mood – all without drowsiness. L-theanine works by increasing levels of serotonin, dopamine and GABA.


This is linked to the ability people to undertake mental activities for greater lengths of time, all while boosting general mental and physical energy levels.


This naturally-occurring chemical plays an integral role in the brain’s neuron signaling. It’s also thought to increase dopamine receptor densities, supporting focus and mental energy.

Directions for Use

Take two capsules every four hours with eight ounces of water. If undertaking strenuous mental activity, take Doxiderol half an hour beforehand.

User Feedback

Doxiderol is a hugely popular supplement with hoards of avid users. Some of the key benefits featuring in positive feedback include impressive improvements in focus, the ability to boost short term memory loss and concentration, while others have experienced a much clearer mind and the ability to manage work and study with much greater ease. General energy and an overall feeling of wellbeing and positive mood are also mentioned by many reviewers. In short, it’s good news all round!

There are a few niggles, though – some people claim this nootropic has no effect on them, whereas others say they experienced an unpleasant crash after an initial energy rush.

There are some negative side effects that crop up repeatedly in user reviews, too – severe abdominal pain, sickness, headaches and jitters are all mentioned.

Where to Buy Doxiderol

Doxiderol can be purchased straight from the manufacturer at, where there are a number of offers available on bulk purchases. Here the supplement costs $34.95 for a bottle of 30 capsules. Doxiderol can also be found at

Cash Back Guarantees/Return Policy

Doxiderol offers a 90-day money back guarantee for people who aren’t happy with the product, but if more than 80% of the capsules have been used then the full amount is deducted.

Basically if you give Doxiderol a fair try, and it doesn’t work for you, you will lose your money…


The makers do use some good ingredients, but the fact is that they fail to disclose how much of the key ingredients are in the mix.. these are all packed into a proprietary blend totalling 915mg..

Without knowing the exact amount of each key ingredient I have no idea just how effective ( or not) this will be… the use of caffeine is a bit strange to me… its not a clinically tried and tested brain booster per se, but it will provide users with a little bit of a ‘buzz’  and the reported energy boost that it will provide could give them the impression that something is working….

Overall I am Not Impressed.. May offer some users some mild benefits, but I think that its lacking in many areas…. Hard To Recommend..

The information in this website is for advice and guidance only. It is based on my own intensive research into nootropics and my personal experiences with certain products. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice, or to diagnose or treat any health conditions. All rights reserved.