Ciltep

 

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Full Ingredients List:

Vitamin B6 5mg
Artichoke Extract 900mg
Coleus Forskohlii extract 20mg
L-Phenalalanine 500mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine 750mg

Vital Statistics:

Retail Price: $64 (90 tabs)
Capsules/Tablets per day: 3
Number of Servings: 20
Buy Online: http://naturalstacks.com/

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Ciltep Review: The Wonderful Creation of a Few Brilliant Minds.

CILTEP, one of Natural Stacks’ many “stacks,” is in their performance line of supplements, which offers complete transparency with complete nutrition.

The really cool thing about ordering CILTEP though, is that Natural Stacks is already a pretty well-established pharmaceutical company in the market, meaning that it was easy to order in confidence.

 

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If you’d like to learn more about Natural Stacks’ other offerings, you can check their site out as they also do have a lot of other supplements dedicated on ‘performance enhancement.’

Their website was very nice and clean, but what interested us the most was the fact that CILTEP actually had a supplement facts label available on their site.

It isn’t often when a company includes the label on their websites, but when they do, it just shows how much they care about the end-user.

You wouldn’t have to wait for the bottle to know what’s in the pill that you’re about to take.

In this respect, we were got a good first impression from CILTEP.

The origin story behind CILTEP is actually quite an interesting one.

CILTEP’s formula was birthed in Longecity.org (one of the biggest dedicated forums for nootropics) where a few brilliant minds came together to work on and agreed upon a base nootropic formula that would have an effect for most people.

Since then, the creator of CILTEP, Abelard Lindsay, has gotten quite some recognition, especially from brain-hacking veterans, and has even garnered a special spot on Dave Asprey’s site The Bulletproof Exec.

Now back to the formula… Taking a quick, short look, there are only 5 ingredients in their capsule – Vitamin B6, Artichoke Extract, Coleus Forskolin Extract, L-Phenylalanine, and Acetyl-L-Carnitine.

Definitely a bold choice for Lindsay, as while we mention that the most potent formulas are often the ones with less ingredients, the best nootropics we’ve reviewed would normally have somewhere between 10-15 ingredients. In comparison, CILTEP only has 5, which while although potent, begs the question that perhaps too little ingredients might also affect the overall effects.

Just seeing that prompted us to immediately purchase CILTEP, though. We wanted to test if it was actually “Zero Compromise” as their website clearly states, and more importantly, how potent can something get.

Again though, we appreciate the bold statement in the way they are trying to differentiate themselves from other companies. CILTEP is completely original, and props to them for that.

One of the ingredients they’ve included, Artichoke extract, an antioxidant, similar to tea, Tumeric, or Vitamin C, which other companies use. Unlike the latter choices, though, Artichoke extract is known to be extremely high in quality of its antioxidant properties, and it is also extremely expensive.

However, it might just be the most natural and healthy one of those choices – a true testament of “zero compromise.” Aside from that, artichoke extract is also used in learning and memory, allowing neurons to fire more quickly and frequently.

While we did indeed find some high points for CILTEP, we found it to be lacking in its ability to improve focus and concentration.

Most of the ingredients had a higher focus on clarity and general learning improvements.

On the Natural Stacks’ website, a 20-serving bottle of CILTEP costs $43.

However, if you were to follow the recommended daily dosage of 3 capsules every day, it’s going to cost you closer to around $64.43.

Be wary of other companies who try to scam you when you see the price of a bottle without a suggested serving. Sometimes, a bottle might be very cheap for the amount of pills inside, but then set you back a lot more when you finally read that you have to take up to 8 pills a day.

Luckily, Natural Stacks does not employ such scam.

On the Natural Stacks’ website, a 20-serving bottle of CILTEP costs $43.

However, if you were to follow the recommended daily dosage of 3 capsules every day, it’s going to cost you closer to around $64.43.

Be wary of other companies who try to scam you when you see the price of a bottle without a suggested serving.

Sometimes, a bottle might be very cheap for the amount of pills inside, but then set you back a lot more when you finally read that you have to take up to 8 pills a day.

Luckily, Natural Stacks does not employ such scam.

 

The Results:

In our tests, CILTEP actually did surprisingly well!

However, we must emphasize that a lot of the things it did well had a lot to do with learning and memory.

In our tests, it demonstrated flying colors as a study aid, where it was shown that CILTEP really boosts short-term memory retention, as well as memory recall over a few days.

A lot of us here found that it was very easy to learn new things, and even when we weren’t focused on actually learning something, you’d still be able to remember bits of information from something you might have just read a few days ago.

In comparison to other nootropics, while it did outperform a vast majority of our other reviewed supplements, as we’ve mentioned, it was lacking the benefits it provides to focus.

It also plays a huge part in motivation and getting things done, but again, while it does so, the fact that your work isn’t as focused only means that you might want to re-check it when you’re done as it might be a little here and there (at least from our findings).

Its claim to being a natural solution is very solid, as we experienced little side effects with taking CILTEP. We believe this is due to the high quality ingredients that they are using.

We were very pleased with only having to take 3 capsules a day, as opposed to some that might need you to take 8 pills or capsules a day, which seems completely unnecessary.

We believe 2 is the perfect amount per day, but 3 is close enough.

We were very pleased with only having to take 3 capsules a day, as opposed to some that might need you to take 8 pills or capsules a day, which seems completely unnecessary.

We believe 2 is the perfect amount per day, but 3 is close enough.

 

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Summary:

CILTEP seems to be like a double sided coin.

On one hand, it shows great performance in the fact that it’s greatly inclined to help you in studying.

For this, we highly recommend CILTEP for students looking for a cognitive edge, but do not want to use stimulants.

It is also great for short and long-term memory enhancement, so if you’re trying to learn something new, like a musical instrument, learning to code, or other such tasks, CILTEP will be an asset.

However, it doesn’t do much to help you focus.

On one side of the equation, its natural ingredients is sort of a blessing in that it demonstrates no side effects, but on the other side of the equation, it still lacks in some areas.

We felt that CILTEP may have missed the mark here, but it is pretty damn close, and is definitely on our top 10 ADD Solutions.

A few tweaks will definitely put it on the top of the list.

The price at $43 per bottle was okay, but not that you might need $64.43 if taking it every day.

It isn’t too cheap, but it isn’t super expensive either. Again, if you want a good study aid, this is one of them – a damn good one in fact. But if you’re actually looking for something that will help you focus, you might want to look elsewhere.

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