Excelerol is said to be a multivitamin nootropic that promises to improve the main brain's functions, such as memory, concentration, alertness, and focus. They include Huperzine extract, Vinpocetine, Citicoline, Rhodiola extract, Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine, Gingko Biloba extract, Phosphatidylserine, Green tea, niacin, Vitamin B12, peppermint oil, tulsi, bacopa monnieri, acetyl l-carnitine, and DMAE.
Excelerol is categorized under Branded Supplements.
DescriptionExcelerol is said to be a multivitamin nootropic that promises to improve the main brain's functions, such as memory, concentration, alertness, and focus. They include Huperzine extract, Vinpocetine, Citicoline, Rhodiola extract, Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine, Gingko Biloba extract, Phosphatidylserine, Green tea, niacin, Vitamin B12, peppermint oil, tulsi, bacopa monnieri, acetyl l-carnitine, and DMAE.
Headaches reported in a few users. The company does not claim the supplement has any side effects.
Excelerol Review: What is Excelerol?
Excelerol claims to be "America’s #1 brain supplement that is scientifically formulated to support focus, memory, alertness and concentration". Some of the facts the supplement company emphasizes include simple things such as: Vegan capsules, blister-packed for freshness, fast acting, made in a GMP certified lab.
Here is the interesting part, about 650mg of the stack including the above is not broken down and marked as proprietary, which could also mean that it could have very minuscule amounts and thus not effective at all. This is not a good sign because usually even when supplements lay-out exactly how much of a ingredient is in it’s product, it’s more than often likely that it is underrepresented still in the product. So without even mentioning the quantity we should be suspect if any of the ingredients are of the right dosage to be effective in the pill. Secondly the materials may not be sourced from ‘good’ sources meaning that the quality could further be lower than expected. Both of these are not good signs.
The third thing that arises suspicion is the vastly lower than normal quantities of Huperzine-A which for a brain supplement should be around 50mcg and above, where as in two pills (or one serving) one would get about 25mcg. The exact same can said for Vinpocetine and thus our last argument of supplement potentially being under delivered has some more basis. At the bottom of the bottle it also states that about 75mg of tea or (10%) is part of the 650mg formulation, which providing insight as to why or what it does, we can only assume they are including it for L-Theanine.
What Does it Cost and Where to Buy It?
The cost of excelerol is $40 plus shipping (for the first month). The supplement is sold in GNC as well as Amazon. Keep in mind the price is a bit higher than other supplements AND it may not provide the focus for your brain that you would expect.
In conclusion not only are you overpaying for this supplement but it will surely not work as you would want it to work. It will take at least 3 weeks to build up enough of these supplements in your body to even potentially start to feel a difference. You are better of sourcing the ingredients you think will work best for you individually or through Powdercity. We always refer back to our initial recommendation of buying Lumonol Lumonol for its neuroprotective capabilities along with providing instant focus. If you are looking for ‘raw’ energy’, consult your physician before consider something like Adrafinil, a modafinil precursor, which has decades of research behind it.
Reviewer: Kathleen R. RN, PT Wiki Last Updated: 2016-05-16