AdderRX Review: A Brain Explosion (not the good kind)

Summary: AdderRX is a mix of untested chemicals that could cause very high blood pressure and an increased risk for brain injury.

AdderRX Percentage Score: 84%

AdderRX, as the name suggests, is supposed to be an alternative to Adderall. Adderall, once known just as an ADD/ADHD drug, has evolved into the go-to med for students and hard-working executives who are trying to get more done in less time. AdderRX passes the test for having prescription strength ingredients, but the problem is that these ingredients are largely untested together and have the inherent risk of causing permanent medical problems. For us, this risk is an unacceptable one, and this is why we wanted to review AdderRX.

AdderRX Ingredients

There are some dodgy ingredients in AdderRX. These include dimethylaminoethanol, 1,3,7-trimethyl-xanthine, and cytidine 5-diphosphocholin. Also included is a substance that was banned by the FDA. This ingredient, which is found in AdderRX, is DMAA. DMAA has been linked to serious health problems, including death, in those who have been known to take it. No supplement is worth taking if there is a significant risk of death associated with it. The other concerning ingredient that we uncovered is synephrine, which was widely used before World War II, but was replaced by chemicals that work without any serious side effects. The remaining ingredients, such as caffeine, vinpocetine, schizandrol, and hordenine all contribute to higher blood pressure and stress build up in the brain. The fear of taking AdderRX is that a lot of these ingredients have the ability to pass the blood brain barrier. They have a direct ticket to your brain.

Details of AdderRX

AdderRX is sub-named nuphetamine, which is a further play on words, in an attempt to relate AdderRX with Adderall and amphetamines. AdderRX costs a whopping $69.99 for a 30 day supply. This is a high price to pay for a dangerous supplement. Avoid AdderRX.

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