We’ve gotten quite a lot of questions regarding Profiderall and how similar it is to Adderall lately. Some say that they seem so similar, and our readers ask whether there are any similarities between them at all. To make it short, no. In fact, Adderall and Profiderall are actually quite different. However, it is understandable why people believe that the two are so closely related. From the shape and way their bottles look to their names – they’re actually almost identical. However, they aren’t. In their ingredients, in their composition, and even to their actual effects – there are some distinct differences.
However, these similarities could actually be explained. With the growing popularity of brain enhancers and nootropics, it wouldn’t be bad at all to emulate brain enhancement’s most notorious drugs – Adderall.
One of the very first distinctions you can make between Profiderall and Adderall – which is actually the biggest difference between them, is actually the fact that Profiderall is a nootropic, while Adderall is a methamphetamine. Most Adderall users will be able to understand the many side effects with Adderall. Some of these would include the inability to sleep and eat, toxicity, and even at times, the problem of addiction – which is a constant problem that those on Adderall face.
- Niacin 10mg
- Vitamin B6 20mg
- Vitamin B12 500mcg
- Vitamin B5 20mg
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Huperzine A
- Caffeine 150mg
In contrast, nootropics actually enhance the brain’s performance capabilities by providing enhanced blood flow to the brain. While this is often not as effective as Adderall in terms of providing focus, what makes nootropics extremely special is the fact that at a pure state, they do not cause any side effects at all.
Notable ingredients: Picamilon, DMAE, Huperzine A, Vinpocetine.
Ingredients score: 19/25
Experimenting with Profideral
When we first started taking Profiderall, what was most noticeable was actually the caffeine included in it. It’s very easy to tell if a boost of energy is due to a boost of mental energy, or because of active stimulants – and in this case, it was caffeine. It wasn’t bad, though. The boost was substantial, however, still subtle and not overpowering. The immediate focus we experienced was intense, and in a way, increased productivity in the office. It was very easy to see who was on Profiderall as they would have their heads down, into work.
With prolonged usage, some of us actually started feeling less and less ‘boosted’ focus, which to an extent, was expected. When you keep taking caffeine every day, its effects gradually taper off. However, when that did start to happen, we experienced some boosts in memory as well, as it became very easy to remember some small things that most people would normally not take note of.
Sadly, the problem here was the caffeine, as when we got off of it, we experienced caffeine crashes that were not exactly ideal. Additionally, we had to take a few points off as well, since including caffeine in a brain pill isn’t exactly ideal, as some people may be intolerant to its effects.
Experimenting with Profideral score: 19/25
The price for a bottle of Profiderall is $54.95, which is actually not bad at all. Interestingly, one bottle contains 75 capsules, which is really an odd number. Depending on your daily dosage, it could last you anywhere from a month to two months. However, at two capsules a day – the recommended dosage on the label – it should last you at least a month and a week. For what it’s worth, Profiderall is a pretty good nootropic supplement, and it should get the job done. The very attractive price tag helps as well.
Price score: 23/25
While we did have a lot of questions regarding Profiderall and Adderall, those who have actually tried say good things about it. Many of our readers really like Profiderall, and some say that they would definitely recommend it to anyone trying nootropics for the first time. Our readers’ reports are also mostly similar to ours in terms of overall results and side effects. However, while we did not experience this, some of our readers have also experienced diarrhea, and at times nausea.
Readers’ Report score: 22/25