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Addie Up Review

AddieUp – To Buy or Not To Buy

When AddieUp became the subject of our review, there was a division of people in our panel; one side claiming that it was indeed an all-natural, energy-boosting supplement, and the other that doubted its effectiveness. While some people believed that the effects are simply momentary causes of the caffeine-based ingredients used to make AddieUp, quite a few people have reported increased cognitive performance and mental clarity as a result of taking this supplement.

We will now examine what AddieUP is essentially made up of, its pros and cons, and finally, whether or not it really does give one the giddy-up to get through an exhausting day.

INGREDIENTS

Initially, AddieUP faced criticism as it was found to contain DMAA (a product extracted from geranium flowers), which was banned by the FDA  for its negative side effects. However, they then removed DMAA from their herbal supplement to be able to meet FDA standards, replacing it with phenylethylamine (obtained from dark chocolate).

  • Choline

Choline is a nootropic, similar to Vitamin B, that keeps the cells and nerves healthy, thereby affecting several processes in the brain.

  • Phenylethylamine

This substance, obtained from dark chocolate, allows the brain to release neurotransmitters called dopamine, which make the individual feel ecstatic and upbeat.

  • Yerba Mate

Yerba Mate leaves were originally used to prepare tea. Its leaves also contain medically-aiding properties such as boosting the immune system, helping those suffering from insomnia, cleaning the blood and soothing stress.

Long-term intake of Yerba Mate can have undesirable side effects, for example, nausea and ringing in the ears.

  • Hordenine

Hordenine enhances concentration as well as energy levels. This is a cactus extract with effects similar to Phenylethylamine, and when these two are used collectively, the results can be long-lasting and highly effective.

  • Guarana

Commonly used as an ingredient in energy drinks, this AddieUP ingredient is drawn from the seeds of a particular species of trees in South America. Although it is categorized as a stimulant, there is no scientific proof that supports the assertion that it increases focus or activity levels in the brain.

PROS & CONS OF TAKING ADDIEUP

PROS

  • It can be bought without the need of a prescription.
  • None of the ingredients are artificial; all are natural, good-for-health substances.
  • It contains antioxidants, minerals and vitamins, placing it in a win-win situation.
  • It boosts the performance of the brain and has long-lasting results.
  • It is cheaper as compared to other similar products.
  • The stimulants it includes are low in quantity.

 

CONS

  • We do not really know the exact amount of each ingredient.
  • The caffeine content in AddieUP is relatively high.
  • Not all users are satisfied with it (but then, same is the case with all medicinal drugs and supplements, owing to individual differences in biology).
  • There is a possibility of side effects such as headaches and nausea.

We selected a group of ten volunteers to test the effects of AddieUP. They were to take this supplement over a period of time, because the longer these pills are taken, the more one’s brain gets the nutrients. A few of the volunteers felt that when the effects of the supplement died out, they felt uneasy levels of decrease in energy, causing them to drop out halfway. However, other results indicated that it takes up to 30 minutes for the effects of AddieUP to kick in, after which it triggers an immediate punch to the brain, increasing its concentration levels and overall cognitive functioning.

 

SHOULD YOU TRY ADDIEUP?

It is true that AddieUP is devoid of some nootropic ingredients that are found in other such supplements. It is also true that it is expensive, but given the benefits, it is probably worth it. If you wish to be productive with your time, and to work at full potential, AddieUP can come in really handy.

Whether you are a university student struggling with your GPA, a working mom who barely gets to sleep, or a businessman who has to travel half the year, AddieUP can give you the much-needed energy and mental capacity to multitask as per your requirements. Of course, it would be advisable to start with low dosages and see if this is the supplement that works for you.

Also, the fact that is easily available online and at drugstores, without prescriptions, is just something else that will work in your favor if you decide to use this product. We may also suggest you try Lumonol.