Adder RX Review


Adder Rx is a cognitive enhancing supplement created by NexGen BioLabs that may serve as an effective and safer substitute to Adderall. People who suffer from ADD/ADHD or focus problems in general have experienced the awful side effects that can come with Adderall, which is why more and more supplement companies have risen to the surface in attempt to provide people with the option of healthier, more rewarding products. Adder Rx is interestingly most famous amongst students, so let’s check out whether you should be adding this product to your shopping list for the upcoming exam week.



Each Adder Rx serving includes a 770 mg proprietary blend of:

  • DMAE
  • 1,3,7 Trimethylxanthine
  • L-Theanine
  • Synephrine HCL
  • N-Dimethyl-4-hydroxyphenylethylamine
  • Cytidine 5-Diphosphocholine
  • Vinpocetine
  • Schizandrol A

The main ingredients that we’d like to point out are caffeine (1,3,7 Trimethylxanthine), L-Theanine, DMAE and Vinpocetine. Caffeine is the world’s most famous stimulant that works on the body by increasing mental alertness, energy and oftentimes, focus. The manufacturers have also made the right decision to stack caffeine with L-Theanine, creating the perfect duo synergy. The L-Theanine helps to reduce the side effects that often come with caffeine and promote longer-lasting, smoother energy production. The formula also includes Vinpocetine, which works primarily by increasing blood flow to the brain. This leads to improved overall mental performance, concentration abilities and memory.

So far, so good…right? Well, too bad that the creators of Adder Rx have decided to include DMAE, which despite its ability to bring successful cognitive enhancing benefits, has been made illegal to use in the U.S., Australia and Canada.

Ingredients score: 20/25


Experimenting with Adder Rx  

Adder Rx was not a product that made us leap up and down in excitement to try out. After checking out the formula, a few members became reluctant to consume the illegal compound DMAE, eventually leaving a smaller group of people to try the supplement. During the first 3-4 days, the users felt a significant increase in mental energy and alertness. Focus abilities were definitely improved and work sessions flew by faster than we were used to. However, over the days we began to notice minor side effects pop up such as headaches, upset stomachs and jitters. This may be due to the lack of a choline source in Adder Rx formula.

Experimenting with Adder Rx score: 20/25



We are suggested to take 1 capsule a day, meaning the standard Adder Rx bottle of 30 capsules can last an entire month. The best place to get Adder Rx is NexGen BioLabs’ official website, which sells each bottle for $39.99.

Price score: 21/25


Readers’ Report

“Nothing really different from week 2 to report here, except I didn’t take my normal adderrx pill dosage 3 days in a row as I had left it at a friends on the weekend (I brought it to show him and to let him try some before our snowboarding trip and workout session) This resulted in me getting headaches. Again I have been addicted to caffeine and energy drinks forever so the headache was probably caffeine withdrawal from not having my energy drinks or Adder RX which most definitely has a small dose of caffeine in it.” –

Readers’ Report score: 18/25