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Excelerol Focus+ review
Excelerol Focus+ review

PUBLISHED: 11/18/2015 by BR Moderator
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Excelerol Focus+ is an over the counter drug sold as a Nootropic. Also known as cognitive enhancers, Nootropics are commercialized for their ability to improve one or more functions of the brain. This particular formula targets the following mental abilities: memory, alertness, focus, and concentration. The formula is brought by the creators of Excelerol, a now discontinued formula claimed as “the #1 Brain Memory Supplement”. We’re not sure according to which chart, but as we said, Excelerol is not being produced anymore, so this information cannot be verified.
The name of the manufacturer is Accelerated Intelligence but we couldn’t find much info about the company’s history, manufacturing practices and technologies, compliance with current quality standards, awards (if any) etc.

Excelerol Focus+ is based on a blend of approximately 20 active substances, most of them included in the Proprietary blend which the formula is based on. Two B vitamins (B3, B12) and two popular herbal extracts (Huperzine A, Vinpocetine) are also part of this product. These last ingredients are indeed clinically tested compounds used on a large scale for treating various brain related affections or to maintain normal brain function in already healthy individuals.

The formula is claimed as vegetarian, fast acting, and developed under the careful guidance of a certain Dr. Wood within US territory (no further indications of the exact location are provided). The capsules are also gluten and gelatin free, but the list of inactive ingredients includes several artificial colors (blue and yellow).

Ingredients of Excelerol Focus+

Excelerol Focus+ contains the following ingredients: Vitamin B12, Niacin, Huperzine 1% Standardized, Vinpocetine Standardized; Proprietary Blend: Matcha Green Tea, Coffee Bean Extract, Guarana Extract, Green Tea Extract, Kola Nut Extract, Black Tea Extract, DMAE, Holy Basil Extract, Peppermint Extract, Rhodiola Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Extract, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, White Tea Extract, Alpha-Glycerol Phosphoryl Choline, Phosphatidylserine, Menthol, Hypromellose, Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Blue#1, and Yellow #5 and #6.

Product Features

Excelerol Focus+ features mostly herbal extract from various plants considered beneficial for the brain. The first herb mentioned on the ingredient list is Huperzine A
Huperzine-A is an alkaloid from the Chinese club moss species. Plant derivates have been used for thousands of years in the treatment of fever and inflammation. It is a very studied plant, recent research showing it might be beneficial for many more other ailments that affect the immune, muscular and bone systems, or the brain. Huperzine A is also considered a powerful antioxidant that could reduce the cellular damage caused by oxidative stress. In the cognitive area, Huperzine A is used in the treatment of age-related memory impairment including Alzheimer’s disease. Its benefits on the organ result from its ability to lower the levels of certain enzymes known to block the synthesis of a very important in the memory processes named Acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is responsible for nerve signaling, a deficiency in this substance resulting in memory-lapses and forgetfulness.
Vinpocetine, the other herb that is not part of the proprietary blend, is also a studied remedy. It is a plat extract from the Vinca Minor species. The main benefits observed in patients who used the plant as a treatment are: increased blood flow (including in the brain), higher glucose and energy levels, protection against free radicals, and higher levels of neurotransmitters in the brain. Clinical research supports the cognitive benefits of the periwinkle extract, but in isolated cases some side effects have been reported. These include stomach ache, nausea, nervousness, or headaches.

The proprietary blend consists mostly of herbal extracts, including coffee and green tea, both known to act as brain tonics and energizers. The Acetyl-L-Carnitine amino-acid is also featured in this blend, and it is an important chemical as amino-acids are believed to successfully cross the BBB and promote natural balance of neurotransmitters in the brain.

Excelerol Focus+ Price

The standard price for a bottle of 60 capsules is $40. One bottle can supply the necessary amount for two months of regular use (if limited to the suggested dosage of 1 capsule daily). The price is moderately low, and at this time there are no price discounts available online.

Advantages

  • Excelerol Focus+ features clinically studied active ingredients
  • The formula is sold for a decent price in bottles that ensure two month’s supply
  • The product comes with 100% money back guarantee (no official site available to check the conditions for asking a refund)

Disadvantages

  • The official site of the manufacturer is not disclosed (no way to check if the claims about the formula are backed-up by actual evidence)
  • The formula is not itself tested for potency, nor does it have FDA’s approval
  • The large number of ingredients could result in unwanted interactions between the active substances.

Conclusion

Excelerol Focus+ looks like a standard cognitive enhancer that has a very strong marketing campaign to back it up. Unfortunately, consumers are advised to always make an in-depth research when it comes to buying untested formulations such as this one. It is also recommended to ask the professional opinion of a doctor or healthcare specialist and discontinue immediately if adverse reactions occur.
People suffering from certain conditions such as heart disease, or high blood pressure, should be aware that the formula contains caffeine, a substance known to cause unwanted side effects like agitation, irregular heartbeats, etc. Although the formula is based mostly on herbal extracts that at a first glance don’t look harmful, please inform yourself correctly before taking a final decision.

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Excelerol Focus+ is an over the counter drug sold as a Nootropic. Also known as cognitive enhancers, Nootropics are commercialized for their abili…

Excelerol Focus+ reviewBR Moderator42016-04-28 12:09:31

Excelerol Focus+ is an over the counter drug sold as a Nootropic. Also known as cognitive enhancers, Nootropics are commercialized for their abili…

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Excelerol Focus+ review on November 18, 2015 rated 3.4 of 5

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