Cerebratol Reviews: I have long looked into different supplements like Cerebratol and have yet to find something suitable for me. I have problems with caffeine as I already drink way too much coffee during the day as I openly admit that I am addicted and most of them contain caffeine and not to mention the fact that in general these days many of the supplements are not only less than effective but the websites are a complete scam. When a friend said she has been taking this supplement for the last 2 weeks and is quite happy with it I figured, why not, Iâ€™ll look into it.
Of course, with my experience with supplements so far I think I got the review part down and can determine if a supplement really is worth the money and the risk. There are some key points to look out for and if you miss them you may end up with major charges to your card and less than impressive supplement.
What is Cerebratol?
The official website is nothing all too impressive. They discuss the benefits of the supplement which are basically the same as all the rest out there, improved memory, the ability to focus and concentrate, more energy, and in general improvement of your cognitive functions. All great benefits if they can deliver. They also discuss the way the brain works, why some need supplements, other alternatives to improving how your brain works and how difficult they are, and in general lots of marketing lines about how this is the best supplement out there. The supplement combines powerful nootropics, many of which are proven to be effective in improving cognitive function, to provide you with improvements to how you think, concentrate, your energy, and more.
Ingredients of Cerebratol:
There is a lot of information on the brain and how great the product is but they fail to note any of the ingredients. They are very open about how they are all powerful and very effective but without even a list of them there is no way to really confirm any of this. I took my search to external websites where I did find a list of ingredients in the supplement.
Caffeine: aside from finding caffeine in your daily cup of coffee you can also find it in a number of supplements. Though it is proven to boost energy you have to watch out because it does have a number of side effects including restlessness, nervousness, insomnia, and more. Due to the fact that I consume a lot of coffee in general, not only for the energy boost but mainly for the taste, I am worried that a supplement containing caffeine may not be a good choice for me.
- GABA: I have tried this supplement in a number of other ingredients and have even taken it on its own in the past because it really does do wonders. It helps reduce stress and research shows it could be beneficial for attention and memory. Research for this ingredient is only 12 weeks so long-term results are not confirmed but there are no listed side effects which is great.
- Bacopa Monnieri: has shown the ability to improve memory and is still being researched for a number of other benefits. No side effects listed.
- Alpha GPC: is known to aid those with Alzheimerâ€™s disease improve their thinking skills in studies for 3-6 months. Minor side effects such as headache, insomnia, and heartburn are noted.
- L-Theanine: is beneficial to the treatment of anxiety as well as Alzheimerâ€™s disease. Research is limited and for short periods of time but there are no listed side effects.
- Phosphatidylserine: has been extensively studied and confirmed to improve age-related mental decline as well as help boost memory in individuals that are experiencing age-associated loss of memory. Along with a long list of other benefits still researched it also improves the symptoms of Alzheimerâ€™s disease. Listed side effects are upset stomach and insomnia.
- L-Tyrosine: has been proven in early researches to improve memory, alertness following long sleepless nights, and mental performance. It has a number of side effects including headache, fatigue, joint pain, and heartburn.
- Vinpocetine: research shows that it has minimal effect on declined thinking skills but is still in the process of being studied for memory and brain related issues. Side effects you may experience are dizziness, headache, nervousness, and others.
- Huperzine A: is proven to be effective for both improving memory and dementia but unfortunately has a very long list of possible side effects which you may want to read into and consider carefully.
Click through each ingredient to get more information from WebMD on it such as full list of side effects, benefits, and further information on research and warnings. One thing to remember when ordering supplements is not to freak out over the side effects. This is mainly because they are only a possibility rather than a guarantee and not everyone experiences them. It all depends on your body and how it reacts to the ingredient. It is essential, however, that you visit your doctor before taking any sort of supplement or drug to make sure that it is suitable for you.
Where to Buy?
I have searched online and in a number of health food stores looking for this supplement. At this point I have not found it anywhere else except for the official website. With that said, one thing that does make me happy is the fact that they have NO AUTO SHIP PROGRAM which means that there are no hidden fees, no membership to pay for even if you do not know you are signed up, and no shady trickery about how your credit card will be used. They keep it simple and straightforward:
- 5 Bottles – $159.95
- 3 Bottles – $123.82
- 1 Bottle – $57.95
There are two shipping options available, either select free standard or the $6.99 expedite shipping. They do advertise their 60 day money back guarantee but I wouldnâ€™t really count on it as personally from my experience returning a supplement is incredibly difficult no matter what website you buy from. This is mainly because they make sure that in their terms and conditions there is something to get them out of it. Regardless, Cerebratol is affordable and considering the ingredients I think it just may work.