Alleradd is a relatively newer brain enhancing nootropic that has created quite a little buzz around the nootropic forums out there. In other forums and review sites on brain enhancement, Alleradd has been told to have its ups and downs. It is praised for its amazingly well-done and beautiful website, but even at that, there are a few things that others are nitpicking on – mainly the lack of information on Alleradd’s site and additionally, even it’s very name, which is often associated to a cheap knock-off of Adderall.
What we learned, though, was this truly wasn’t the case as Alleradd isn’t at all like Adderall. As mentioned, it is a nootropic and not a methamphetamine. However, even then, Alleradd is going to have a very difficult time competing with some of the bigger names out there since it has come so late into the market.
With that in mind, how well will Alleradd compete?
Unfortunately, we would have to agree with some of the other sites out there in our assessment of their website in that Alleradd really lacks to give enough information regarding its ingredients and their use. Sure, they do have a very nice website, and we commend the design team for coming up with one that is so polished. However, if you take a good, close look into their formula page, you aren’t really going to find enough information.
What you will find is a long page dedicated to informing you what ingredients are contained in Alleradd, but there is no supplement facts label to be found. The ingredients include GABA, Phosphatidylserine, Vitamin D3, Alpha Lipoic Acid, DMAE, Caffeine, Huperzine A, Choline, Vitamin B3, Tyrosine, Taurine, Peppermint, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Sulbutamine, Vinpocetine, Bacoside A, and Green Tea Leaf Extract.
When you think about it, it is actually quite a lot of ingredients included in their formula, and with that said, perhaps the potency did take a dip.
In addition, their ingredients also contain caffeine, which in our minds really is just filler. You can get caffeine in coffee at a relatively cheap price, so when you’re paying a lot of money for something that will positively affect your brain, are you really just paying for a caffeine pill?
In addition, some of their ingredients such as DMAE are banned in Canada and Australia, so that should be something worth noting.
Ingredients score: 18/25
Experimenting with Alleradd
When we started taking Alleradd, we weren’t particularly impressed. Really, the only thing that we felt with it was a slight boost of focus and energy, which must have been the caffeine’s doing. In terms of actually nootropic effects, there really wasn’t anything special, as far as we could tell.
However, the good thing with Alleradd was that it seemed as if the longer we took it for, the better the effects were. As time went on, Alleradd also produced some effects in terms of lifting a sort of brain fog. In fact, before, we didn’t even know we had any! In around the three-week mark, some of us started noticing the ability to maintain focus over longer periods of time. It wasn’t just focus though. Really, along with that, we experienced some heightened sense of productivity, as if things could be done much more quickly in a short period of time. Perhaps though, this might just be the higher sense of focus. If you are able to get really honed in on getting something done, you will be able to get it done.
Interestingly, though, we noticed no such effects in memory at all. In the seven week mark, we would normally already start experiencing minor things related to memory. This would include being able to remember tidbits of information from a week before. However, this wasn’t the case with Alleradd as we experienced no such thing.
Overall, there weren’t any side effects at all – which was actually quite strange since it contains some caffeine. This in our minds is actually quite good. In all honesty, we rather enjoyed the experience with Alleradd.
Experimenting with Allerad score: 19/25
Well, one important factor for every brain enhancer is probably whether or not its price is actually justified. The price for one bottle of Alleradd is $43.31, which although relatively cheap, is really more expensive when you think about it. Well, aside from the fact that it’s quite a weird price point, is also that it only really contains 32 capsules inside.
Now, when you think about it again, you’ll understand why we feel that $43.31 is a big ask – it’s because that bottle will really only last you half a month (really more like sixteen days). This isn’t at all justified as most nootropics only cost anywhere from $50-$60 for a month’s supply containing 60 capsules.
We felt that the price was a bit unjustified, as there are better out there for much cheaper.
Price score: 15/25
We’ve gotten quite some mixed reviews regarding Alleradd. As mentioned, there really are quite some critics out there. However, as with most products there will always be negative and positive feedback. Alleradd is no exception. Thankfully, since it is a relatively new product, the positive reviews from our readers outnumbered the negative ones two-to-one.
We have had a few readers come forward with similar findings. However, some still cannot get past the fact that it is what they call a ‘glorified caffeine pill.’ While this is debatable, for 2 out of 3 people, Alleradd does work – and that’s what matters, isn’t it?
While we experienced no side effects, some of our readers actually complained about a few headaches that they experienced with Alleradd, however, aside from that, there was really nothing major.
Readers’ Report score: 21/25