Alpha ZXT Review
We were first introduced to Alpha ZXT after accidentally encountering the product’s landing page. The manufacturers certainly love to use vibrant blue, green and white colors to capture our attention. Of course this isn’t an issue, but we do hope that the aesthetic quality of the site matches the quality of the supplement’s formula. If you are interested to learn more about this somewhat mysterious product then keep reading.
Interestingly enough, Alpha ZXT’s official website offers almost no information concerning the product’s ingredients apart from phosphatidylcholine and a few “vital nutrients and vitamins.” This is definitely a red flag because customers deserve to know what they will consume in a product before actually purchasing it for safety reasons (allergies, health concerns, etc.)
Ingredients score: 18/25
Experimenting with Alpha ZXT
After ordering ourselves a bottle we found on the back of the bottle that Alpha ZXT contains St. John’s Wort, Glutamine, Ginkgo Biloba, DMAE, Vinpocetine, Bacopa Monnieri and Acetyl L-Carnitine. To be honest, we were quite surprised to see such good ingredients included in the formula! Ginkgo Biloba, for instance, has been shown to improve focus and memory for many customers. Meanwhile, Vinpocetine works by increasing blood flow to the brain and therefore enhancing concentration. During our trial, we found that the product worked pretty well for the first few days before tolerance quickly built.
Experimenting with Alpha ZXT score: 18/25
Each Alpha ZXT bottle costs $49.85 and can be ordered from the company’s official website. The bottle could last 1-2 months depending on your dosage. You are recommended to take 1 capsule a day, although we decided to increase the dosage to 2 capsules since we did not feel any significant results. This is absolutely not recommended!
Price score: 17/25
There are barely any online reviews available about this product, but as we looked through other review sites we found comments such as:
“There was no sudden moments of clarity, no mind altering focus or concentration, and certainly no improvement in memory.” – SupplementCritique.com
“I am too trusting. I should have done more research and reviewed the comments that I am now reading. I got DuPed:( I ordered the product. I was given a tracking number, but no mailing agency to track. Finally, found a phone number 1-855-962-7747. That number doesn’t even ring. Please be careful consumers…..” – SupplementPolice.com
Readers’ Report score: 13/25