Our First Impressions: What strikes us most about AdderRX is that it is among the so many plays at the Adderall name, which is already quite annoying at this point. But what does this nootropic has to offer anyway? Looking at the product website, we feel that it does not present enough compelling case for us to give it a try and explore beyond the homepage.
Manufacturer: Its manufacturer, NexGen, touts itself as driven by science. It has pretty aggressive marketing techniques employed for this product, including highlighting the “professionally approved” formulation. We cannot find enough business rating and official information about this manufacturer, though.
Marketing Practices: The AdderRX site is replete with long copies that are mostly marketing-hype or testimonial in nature. It lacks the scientific rigor that we found on many other smart pill or nootropic supplement sites, which is a great minus point for this supplement. It also dubs itself as “pharmaceutical grade” even without enough clinical backing.
Ingredients: AdderRX claims to contain a 770-milligram proprietary blend that includes dimethylaminoethanol, 1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine, L-theanine, cytidine 5’ – diphosphocholine, synephrine HCL N-dimethyl-4-hydroxyphenylethylamine, schizandrol A, and vinpocetine.
Results: We are quite astounded that even after two weeks of usage, we still haven’t experienced any pronounced benefit or impact from AdderRX. If it says you can use it only once every day, note that you may have to go two on some days because of the virtually absent effects to be expected from nootropics in general. It can assuage the makings of a headache here and there, but for clarity, memory, and focus, we find virtually nil to appreciate and highlight.
Other Reviews: AdderRX enjoys a number of good, well-thought-out review, but perhaps only because of its well-written copies and nothing that touches the clinical or scientific side.
Cost: This smart pill costs $59.95 a bottle with varying price tags and some deals/discounts on various sites.
Summary: AdderRX, another play at the Adderall term, promotes itself as a pharmaceutical grade formula for smart pill effects and benefits. It contains a so-called proprietary blend, and costs $59.95 per bottle. The results we saw for ourselves are inconsistent, while the persuasions published on the product site are mostly testimonial and not clinical or scientific in nature.
Awarded Week of: Wednesday January 15, 2020