Adderin Smart Drug Review

Adderin is a brain supplement created by an American company, KNH Online Inc. The manufacturer has intended to give Adderin power over the human brain and this way to help us focus better on what we have to do or study and to remember as much as we can.

Adderin is a dietary supplement which doesn’t have much information displayed on its official website, just like other supplements do. Everything we managed to find related to its ingredients is these 6 components: Bacopa Monnieri, Huperzine A, GABA, Tyrosine, Alpha GPC and Vinpocetine. Let’s try to describe these ingredients and see what benefits they have.

Bacopa Monnieri is a plant found on mostly all continents: Australia, Asia, India, Africa, Europe and North and South America. It is also called Brahmi and it is used for the brain, the kidneys, and the liver. During a research, Brahmi was discovered to have a great influence in reducing the risk of developing Alzheimer. Besides this, as many other plants, it is known and appreciated for its antioxidant properties.

Huperzine A is naturally found in a Chinese plant, Huperzia Serrata. After several studies and researches, it has been proven that HupA is helpful in treating and improving brain conditions such as learning capacity, dementia, memory or attention.

GABA is the abbreviation for a type of amino-acid found in the central nervous system which helps us keep calm during a tensed situation. It is recognized for reducing anxiety, improving the effects of PMS and for helping us have a better sleep at night.

Tyrosine is another amino acid responsible for keeping proteins altogether. It is produced by the brain in order to keep us alert at all times. As a supplement, tyrosine is indicated for people who feel the need to always sleep, people who are depressed and who suffer from addiction or even for people predisposed to conditions such as Alzheimer and Parkinson.

Alpha GPC is a natural product of the brain. Produced in the right amounts, it prevents dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. As a supplement, it is known for its ability to improve our memory.

Vinpocetine is a chemical created by people; it is extremely similar to the natural plant Vinca minor and it is used for improving symptoms in women on menopause and it also reduces the chances of having a stroke.

Looking at the six ingredients KNH Online Inc. has decided to share with its clients, we can think that Adderin is safe to consume. However, we have to still consider that we are not aware of the rest of the ingredients and what are the quantities of each of Adderin’s components. If you want to give Adderin a try, feel free to order it online as they have a 30 days money back guarantee you ca benefit from!

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Adderin Review: Does This Product Really Work?

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Let’s take a look at Adderin and see if this one is a nootropic supplement worth buying. Adderin is natural, it claims at least that its ingredients are natural and that it is a very good nootropic, its claims are bold but completely unfounded. Yes, I use the word unfounded in my reviews very often, it’s not may fault really, or maybe it is, maybe I should use a synonym such as baseless or misleading but in the end the meaning is identical, the same and the reason I use it is because most of the supplements online make unfounded claims. That is because they have no clinical, valid evidence to show to you, the customer or the user, that their product works or that it is safe and it’s the same with Adderin, to say that its claims are not unfounded would be a lie, try and look for evidence because you will find none.

Let’s go ahead and look at its ingredients, what does it have? Well if you can’t find its official website just go ahead and visit Addium’s official website because they both have the same ingredients. Not kidding, not similar ingredients but the same ingredients, the label looks exactly the same, I actually have both bottles here with me as I am typing, I ordered Addium long ago and I still have the container, not a supplement that I recommend by the way. So yeah, both have the same ingredients and they are Niacin, Vitamin B6, Caffeine, GABA, Bacopa Monnieri, Alpha GPC, L-theanine, Phosphatidylserine, L-tyrosine, Vinpocetine and Huperzine A. There are some minor differences because Adderin appears to have less Niacin and its proprietary blend is 500 mg while Addium’s is 545 mg as I’m seeing on the container. Don’t ask me what are the individual quantities for the ingredients in the proprietary blend because I can’t tell you as they are not shown or mentioned anywhere on the label on on the website.

Since there’s no proof of anything you could say it has a lot of caffeine to offer a sort of placebo effect and nothing more, you could say that and it could be true since there’s nothing to show different. Judging by the reviews of Adderin it also doesn’t look to good and I wouldn’t recommend it even if they were good reviews but it has negative reviews or atleast I happened to read a lot of negative reviews so I will end this review by not recommending it and instead recommending that you stay away from Adderin.