Americans are constantly pushed to perform at the highest levels. Whether it be in the classroom, the playing field, or the bedroom, we all want to be the best.
We want to be, Limitless…
And when a pill comes along promising that it can help get you there, you listen.
One such supplement I came across that claims just that is called Accelerin, which is the focal point of this review.
But what is this supplement, and what makes it work so much better than the others? Well, it turns out that it’s likely NOT the wonder pill that it’s been claiming to be, and you’re about to find out why.Click Here
to jump to the SHOCKING news we found out about this supplement…
What is Accelerin?
Accelerin is an all natural nootropic supplement designed to help boost stimulation for the brain, labeling itself as the “#1 rated all natural smart pill”.
This supplement promises a lot of things. Increased performance and energy, improved memory and cognition, and the ability to learn things at an astonishing rate.
The marketing makes it sound a bit like prescription ADHD medications like Adderal and Vyvanse, but that it’s completely all natural and 100% effective.
“So how does it do all of this?”, you may be asking.
Well, the ingredients list doesn’t look very revolutionary to me.
The Accelerin ingredientscontain all the usual suspects, including caffeine, GABA, Bacopa Monnier, Alpha GPC, L-Theanine, Phosphatidylserine, L-Tyrosine, Vinpocetine, and Huperzine A, as well as Vitamins B3 (Niacin) and B6.
The fact that it contains L-Theanine and Caffeine is a positive sign, as this combo has been researched and proven to increase cognitive performance and mood.
Many of the other ingredients have been shown to help improve memory, but like I mentioned earlier, this is nothing “revolutionary”.
Accelerin reviewsare practically non existent. I searched around on various forums, looked on Amazon and reddit, and ran a search but came up completely empty.
The only reviews I found were actually for a completely different supplement with an identical name.
You can buy this on their official website, with the average price for a one month supply costing around $59. Discounts are provided for bu;k orders, with a “buy 3 bottles, get 2 free” promotion that knocks the price per bottle down to $32 each.
They do not sell Accelerin in stores like GNC, Walmart, Walgreens, or CVS, which is really no surprise since you more or less can’t find any nootropics supplements for sale with these vendors.
The Most Powerful Brain Enhancer in The World?
Like so many others I’ve written about in the past, I originally came across Accelerin while browsing through my Facebook news feed.
According to the suggested post I’m reading, the makers of Adderall (Shire Pharmaceuticals) recently came out with a “brain drug” that is literally the ‘most wanted mind enhancer in the world’.
As you can see from the ad, apparently this new “Limitless Pill” is now a reality after FDA approval, even though the FDA doesn’t “approve” supplements.
That pill is none other than Accelerin…
When you click the ad you’re taken to what appears to be the CNN official website, which at first glance looks REALLY freakin’ legit.
Why This is All B.S.
First off, Shire Pharmaceuticals did NOT make Accelerin as an Adderall alternative. I know this because I searched their site and found no mention of it. If this was really some breakthrough revolutionary product, you’d be hearing about it from them.
Second, everything about this CNN news article is completely fictitious. Let’s pick it apart to show you what I’m talking about.
1.) The real url for CNN is CNN.com, not boostingmentalhealth.com
This is further proven by the fact that if you try and click on any of the navigation links on this page, every single time it takes you to the Accelerin official website.
2.) It was NOT the inspiration behind the movie “Limitless”
I sound like a broken record when I point this out, but there are literally DOZENS of nootropic supplements that make this claim.
The simple fact is that NONE of them, including Accelerin, were the inspiration behind the movie Limitless.
Here’s the REAL tweet from the Limitless movie page. As you can see, no mention at all regarding Accelerin.
3.) It was NOT approved by the FDA.
First off, as we’ve already noted, Accelerin is a supplement. The FDA does NOT approve supplements, they approve drugs.
But let’s just imagine for a minute that they were responsible for approving supplements…Then how come there is no mention of Accelerin on their website?
Additionally, if you look at the very bottom of their website, it says it clear as day…”The product is not approved by the FDA”.
4.) There are ZERO news stories about it.
If this was widely regarded, as suggested in the fake CNN article, as being the most powerful brain enhancer in the world, then how come noone is talking about it?
Is it some big conspiracy that the government doesn’t want you to know about it?
Are the billionaires of the world, politicians, actors, and athletes hiding something from us? VERY UNLIKELY.
Companies like Accelerin use professional internet marketers to craft these fictitious stories and post them as sponsored posts on social media websites.
They look VERY realto the untrained eye, and there’s certainly no shortage of supplements that are doing this. It’s definitely intriguing to think that there might be some supplement out there that can give you Limitless possibilities, but I can say with 100% certainty that Accelerin is NOT the one.
Stick with proven products that CAN and WILL help you improve all of the claims this one is making.
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A number of celebs including Marco Rubio claim big mental results. Rubio, according to the online quote, was just on the O'Reilly show talking about how Accelerin boosted his mental capacity. There are a number of other celebs being quoted with report of good results. Who am I to believe? Thank you. Sam Faiello -Sam
None of the endorsements are real. Think about it. If Marco Rubio was on Bill O'Reilly's show talking about Accelerin, wouldn't you be able to see the clip yourself?- Rob
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Are there any side effects? -Nader
Well, the proclaim on their website that there aren't any. However, any supplement (including Accelerin) can have side effects. The only way to know for sure is to try it yourself, as everyone responds differently to certain ingredients.- Rob
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