Adderllin Review

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When Adderall became a commonly prescribed drug used to treat ADHD and other focus related disorders, many people became hooked on them.  Why not, Adderall is one of those drugs that allows people to focus on mundane tasks with out-of-this-world motivation.  No matter what the task, studying or cleaning the house, Adderall quickly became the drug of choice.

Of course, like any other drug that appears amazing at first, there are horrible side effects associated with long-term Adderall use.  In short, people build up a tolerance, dependence, and feel like they can’t live without this drug after using it consistently.

This leaves the market wide-open for an Adderall substitute that can at least partially fill that empty space.  We will look at one natural supplement that claims to be similar to Adderall, but is it really?

If you are skeptical, that makes two of us, as there isn’t likely anything out there in the natural world that can take the place of Adderall, a synthetic, pharmaceutical drug.

The supplement we are going to look at today is called Adderllin, now known as Addrena.

What Is Adderllin?

adderllin reviewOriginally marketed as Adderlin, Addrena is touted to be a natural alternative to Adderall that can be purchased without a prescription.  Not only is it supposed to help people focus, but it offers energy, and is claimed to be a fat loss pill.

By targeting people who want to study better, lose weight, and improve their focus, Addrena is bound to capture the attention of people everywhere.

How Does Adderllin Work?

According to the company, Addrena increases the flow of neurotransmitters, like dopamine and epinephrine.  This allegedly increases concentration, focus, and helps improve mood.  Addrena also increases energy by supplying vitamins, herbal extracts, and of course, caffeine.  Lastly, Addrena increases body temperature, thus promoting fat loss with substances like Yohimbine and bitter orange.

Clinical Studies On Adderllin?

It doesn’t appear that there are any clinical studies on Addrena, meaning that the company can’t validate the effectiveness of their supplement.

Ingredients In Adderllin

Now we will look at the ingredients in Addrena, while analyzing their positive benefits and side effects.  Each capsule has a weight of 1,260 mg in total, although the amount of each ingredient is unknown.

Addrena contains Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12, Choline, Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Bacopa, Caffeine, Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE), Piperine, Huperzine, Guarana, Vinpocetine, Bitter Orange, Yohimbine Bark Extract, and White Willow Bark.

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, is important for energy production and could assist people who are low in this crucial vitamin.  Vitamin B3 supplementation increases HDL cholesterol levels and reduces triglyceride levels.

In addition, Vitamin B3 has been shown to improve cognition and promote longevity.

Vitamin B12

Supplementation with Vitamin B12 has been shown to improve cognition in people who don’t receive enough of it.  Generally, only older people who have lost the ability to adequately absorb Vitamin B12 and vegetarians need to supplement with it.

Oftentimes, supplementation has been shown to improve the symptoms of depression, improve the probability of recovering from a stroke, and reduce homocysteine levels, a good thing, as they have been associated with cardiovascular problems.


Choline has been shown to be a cognitive enhancer, as it is the building block to acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter associated with learning.  Generally, a dose between 250 mg and 500 mg is used for general health purposes.  However, people who are having a problem with cognition often use between 1 g and 2 g a day.


Acetyl-L-Tyrosine is an extremely absorbable version of tyrosine, an amino acid.  L-Tyrosine has been shown to reduce stress by increasing noradrenalin and dopamine.  This amino acid is considered to be a nootropic and fat burner in one.  This makes it a natural choice for use in the Adderllin formula.

Bacopa Monnieri

Bacopa is a nootropic that has been used to improve memory and reduce anxiety.  In addition, Bacopa has been shown to improve cognition overall, if taken for a period of between 8 and 12 weeks.

In scientific studies, Bacopa has been shown to improve memory, reduce depression, and reduce anxiety.  You can find Bacopa monnier in literally hundreds of other nootropic supplements, including Cogniflex, Brain Plus IQ, and Synapsyl.


Caffeine, when taken in a small dose shouldn’t cause many side effects.  Caffeine inhibits adenosine, a chemical that causes sleepiness.  By doing so, it is able to improve focus and alertness.

In most cases, a 200 mg to 500 mg dose of caffeine is used as a fat burning supplement.

Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE)

DMAE is molecular similar to choline.  DMAE has the ability to break down beta-amyloid plaque that is commonly associated with Alzheimer’s.  In this way, it can speed up neurotransmission and improve memory.  In addition, DMAE can increase the levels of acetylcholine produced by the brain.

In studies on DMAE in relation to Alzheimer’s, the typical dose is 1,500 mg a day.


Piperine is the active ingredient in black pepper and has been shown to improve bioavailability of a wide range of natural compounds and pharmaceutical chemicals.  In short, Piperine is able to block the liver from excreting many supplements from the body.


Huperzine enhances cognitive abilities by inhibiting an enzyme that degrades acetylcholine.  Acetylcholine levels must be high in order to facilitate learning and memory so inhibiting its break down offers cognitive benefits.


Guarana, also known as Paullinia cupana, is a stimulant that is used in many energy drinks in order to boost concentration and focus.  While many believe that it is a fat burning compound, research hasn’t been able to confirm that.

The caffeine concentration in Guarana can be as high as 7% of the dry weight.  By including Guarana in this formula, realize that caffeine consumption, along with other stimulants, increases significantly.


Vincopetine has been shown to be a cognitive protective agent that increases blood flow to the brain.  Some studies show that Vincopetine promotes memory formation and increases reaction time.

Bitter Orange (Synephrine)

Synephrine is a stimulatory substance that doesn’t have a whole lot of research behind it.  Synephrine has a similar in structure to ephedrine.  In addition, Synephrine has been shown to be synergistic with caffeine, thus increasing the effect of both compounds.

Yohimbine Bark Extract

Yohimbine is a popular fat burning compound that can also assist with erectile dysfunction.  While it certainly has positive effects, many people don’t enjoy the stimulatory effect of Yohimbine.

White Willow Bark

White Willow Bark is similar in nature to aspirin, reducing pain throughout the body.  In addition, White Willow Bark is used for weight loss purposes.

Dosage And Instructions

According to the company, users are recommended to take two capsules a day.  However, for those who are just getting started on this formula, the company makes the suggestion of taking one half of a capsule as a serving.  Anyone who is taking this formula should start out at this dose or even lower in order to know how they react to the ingredients in Adderllin.

Side Effects Of Adderllin

The company claims that when taken at the suggested dosages, this product is safe.  However, there are certain ingredients in this product that have side effects so we will go over them here.

L-tyrosine has a potential to increase thyroid hormone production so people who have a hyperactive thyroid should avoid excessive consumption.  In addition, consumption with other stimulants increases this effect.

High levels of caffeine consumption can be associated with tolerance, dependence, and anxiety so anyone sensitive to caffeine should be aware of this.

DMAE has the potential to cause defects in unborn infants.  Anyone who is pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant should avoid consuming this product.

Guarana should not be consumed by people who are taking the pharmaceutical drug Amiodarone, a heart medication, because it reduces its absorption significantly.

Yohimbine has been shown to cause extreme anxiety in certain individuals and can even trigger suicidal episodes.  In addition, a wide range of neurological medications cannot be consumed with Yohimbine so please check with your doctor before consuming this formula.

White Willow Bark should not be consumed by people with bleeding disorders, as it makes the blood less viscous.  In addition, people with kidney problems should avoid White Willow Bark, as it could lead to kidney failure.  Anyone who is sensitive to aspirin should also avoid consuming White Willow Bark.

Where To Buy Adderllin?

Addrena can be purchased from the official website and is priced at $39.99 for a one-month supply.  In addition, shipping is $6.50 for people who are located in the United States.

On the official website, the “purchase now” button works just fine, but the “learn more” (About Page) button takes me to a page that doesn’t load.  So it makes it difficult to even go over the benefits that this product claims to offer, as this company doesn’t have a fully functional website.


Anyone who is taking Addrena, as they hope it is anything like Adderall, will likely be disappointed.  People who are taking this product to lose weight may end up doing so, as the ingredients in this formula are thermogenic, meaning that they increase body temperature and facilitate fat loss.  However, realize that taking a product like this comes with side effects that should be clearly understood.

In addition, $46.49 a month with shipping for a product that claims to be similar to Adderall, but clearly isn’t is a bit excessive.

At the end of the day, there are better options out there for people who want to increase their focus, lose body fat, and improve their mood, including supplements like GOLO and Eco Slim.

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