AddieUp Review

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Full Ingredients List:

“Proprietary Blend” – 766mg includes
Yerbe Mate, Beta Phenylethylamine, Guarana,
Dendobrium Extract 10-1, Hordenine HCL,
N-Methyl Phenylethylamine HCL,
R-Beta-Methyl Phenylethylamine HCL, Higenamine HCL,
Choline Bitartrate, Ginkgo Biloba, Huperzine A
Caffeine – 100mg

Vital Statistics:

Retail Price: $59.99 (60 Capsules)
Capsules/Tablets per day: 1
Number of Servings: 60
Buy Online: www.addieup.com

Grade: 3.5 out of 5 stars

AddieUP is similar to Adderex or AdderRX, in that it copies the name of the King Kong of ADD meds – Adderall. Does this mean that AddieUP is like Adderall by helping people focus and concentrate? We wanted to find out, so we did our standard 2 month order of the supplement over the internet. Before ordering, we had read some reviews online and while some customers had positive experiences, others did not.

Is AddieUP Effective in Treating ADD?

AddieUP claims to be a good Adderall alternative for people, because it promises to be just as effective without bringing out the negative side effects. Adderall, Ritalin, and Vyvanse all sort of run the show for pharmaceutical drugs for ADD, but there are some exciting all-natural solutions out there too like Nitrovit, Alpha Brain, and Ginkgo Smart.

When it comes to AddieUp, we noticed immediately what some previous reviewers were talking about when they said AddieUP is a stimulant. WHOA! Our testers felt an instant kick to the brain after taking AddieUp within the first 20 minutes. Some even reported feeling their blood pressure rise, and a potential increase in body temperature. And while we remained positive in hope to see better results within the hours ahead, it seemed like AddieUP failed to produce any real effects. While it served as a great energy burst, it didn’t provide our testers with a gradual increase in energy, which is crucial if an increase focus and concentration is the aim.

The Problem with AddieUp 

Even though AddieUP might be popular right now, we feel as though this may be the case simply because its effects kick in very quickly. Although the ability to bring about fast results is something that nootropic customers often look for, it’s important to understand that most beneficial nootropics work and build overtime. Particularly those with ADD/ADHD truly need a medication that works to increase focus and maintain a sustained sense of energy as opposed to hyper bursts. Unfortunately, AddieUp does not seem to work effectively as an Adderall substitute. While the formula does contain some good ingredients such as Guarana (an extract from the guaranine seed­) and Huperzine A ( a well-known nootropic that helps to increase memory recall as well as learning), the fact that they’ve placed all their substances under “Proprietary Blend” leaves us a bit suspicious…the doses of all the good ingredients could potentially be very low.

Summary 

AddieUp is a very good stimulant, meaning it will increase mental alertness. While this may be beneficial for those who are simply lacking the energy to stay productive throughout the day, there are customers who suffer from ADD/ADHD and are looking for a legitimate alternative to Adderall. If the latter applies to you, then we would suggest looking for other products that have proven to provide customers with better results in terms of improved focus and memory. However, if you don’t mind taking a supplement that merely provides a long-lasting energy boost, as long as it works quickly, then AddieUp may not be such a bad choice.

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