Cerebrrin Review – Does It Really Work?By: Rob Miller
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For the last several months, I’ve been trying out so called “brain boosting” supplements probably more than any other kind of supplement.
It started out as a search for something natural to replace the benefits I get from Adderall.
But it wasn’t long before I realized that these nootropic supplements could really benefit a lot of people, not just those who suffer with ADD/ADHD.
We live in a competitive world.
Taking a cognitive enhancement supplement can give you the edge you need to put you over the top.
But with new products entering the marketplace almost every day, figuring out which one to go with can be difficult and time consuming.
Cerebrrin has been on the market for a little over a month now, so I thought it was time we take a look.
It’s available online through a brief and right to the point website.
We’ll start by letting you know what the manufacturer has to say.
Then we’ll do a little investigating of our own
Benefits of Cerebrrin
They call it “Cerebrrin Smart Pill – Viagra for the Brain.” Not bad imagery.
Cerebrrin does for your school or work life what Viagra does for your sex life.
It puts you in a position to perform at your peak, so to speak.
By using Cerebrrin, you’ll experience:
- An intensity of focus you didn’t know you were capable of.
- Mental clarity so you can make the best calculations and decisions on the fly.
- Increased cognitive precision so you learn and retain information more effectively.
Who Needs Cerebrrin?
That question actually has several answers.
One group that easily benefits from the effects of Cerebrrin are people starting to experience a normal decline in cognitive function due to age.
It’s a simple fact that the brain gets old, and as it does, there is cognitive decline.
Not everyone faces the serious deficiencies that come with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, but some decline is universal.
But really anyone who wants sharper focus and clarity, along with a better ability to recall information at will can benefit from pills like Cerebrrin.
How Cerebrrin Works
It’s all about neurotransmitters.
The cognitive functions of the brain are working when neurotransmitters send and receive signals efficiently and effectively. Cerebrrin claims to contain neuroprotectors that keep your neurotransmitters working as they should.
These neuroprotective components build and strengthen your neurotransmitters, positioning you for the best possible use of your brain.
The Cerebrrin provides a list of its primary active ingredients which includes:
- Alpha GPC which supports memory and cognitive function in part by improving the health of cellular membranes.
It contains choline which is necessary for healthy neurotransmitters in the brain.
- Tyrosine which is an amino acid used by the body to help produce the chemical messengers needed for quick and efficient thinking.
- Bacopa Monnieri which increases blood flow to the brain for better functioning.
- Vinpocetine which improves the way the brain uses glucose for energy.
- Gaba which helps your brain to remain calm and efficient during times of stress.
- Huperzine A which has been shown to improve the learning and memory functions of the brain.
That’s the list provided by the website, but there’s reason to be unsure of exactly what’s in Cerebrrin.
In a separate section of the website, there’s a reference to Cerebrrin containing a “100% Pure Phosphatidylserine Complex.”
Phospahtidylserine is commonly used in nootropic supplements because it improves both cell membrane health and cell signaling.
If Cerebrrin does use phosphatidylserine, that’s a good thing.
But that fact that two different pages of the official Cerebrrin website contradict each other is not.
There’s one more ingredient confusion to mention.
Several review websites list a completely different set of ingredients for Cerebrrin.
I would tend to go with the official website, but the fact that there are so many conflicting lists is troubling.
It definitely diminishes the seriousness and professionalism of the product, as well as the company that makes it.
One thing is for sure, the primary ingredients in Cerebrrin are the EXACT same ones found in several other supplements, including Geniux, Addium, Adderin, and Adderum (all of which I suspect are made by the same company).
Who Makes Cerebrrin?
Since it’s so new, we weren’t able to find much more than an address.
The company is called Montecito Labs, LLC.
They’re in Milpitas, CA, and a search on the company doesn’t bring up anything except the Cerebrrin website and other sites referring back to it.
I’ll note that it’s a little odd that there’s no notice of incorporation or anything of the sort for the company.
They list a separate address in Henderson, NV for returns.
As we mentioned before, Cerebrrin is new.
As such, there’s no independent customer feedback available online. They don’t even have testimonials displayed on the website, which I find odd.
I normally don’t put a whole lot of stock into them, but still, they do provide some small insight into what a user might expect.
There are Cerebrrin “review websites” but these are more actually affiliate websites that provide information then supply a link to where you can purchase Cerebrrin.
They’re not generally provided by unbiased customers just wanting to share their experience.
In fact, most of them don’t even make sense if you actually read them. Case in point, here is a direct snapshot of one of the so called “reviews” of Cerebrrin in the google results…
I don’t know about you, but my BS alarm went off BIG TIME when I read this…
It’s clearly written by someone who doesn’t speak English as a first language, and also relatively clear that this person hasn’t even used the product.
Where to Buy
If you find on of those reviews and click through, you’ll be taken to the Cerebrrin which is the only place you can purchase the product.
One nice thing about Cerebrrin is that it’s not a “free trial” scam offer.
You can buy a single bottle without having to worry about being signed up for monthly bottles from here on out.
The cost of that single bottle is currently $69.99. If you choose to buy in bulk, you can get that per bottle price down as low as $29.99 which a Buy 3 Get 2 Free deal.
There is a 30 day money back guarantee, but it appears as though it may only apply to unopened bottles.
Cerebrrin Pros and Cons
Advantages of Cerebrrin
- The ingredients appear to be all natural, and unlikely to cause side effects.
Disadvantages of Cerebrrin
- There’s conflicting information about what ingredients are actually in it.
- There’s no customer feedback to find out how it’s working for actual people using it.
- There’s no available information on the manufacturer.
- The guarantee may not actually allow you to try it risk free.
Cerebrrin looks like another supplement that popped onto the scene recently for no other reason than to capitalize on the brain booster craze.Without definitive ingredient information, without customer feedback, and without knowing anything about this manufacturer, it’s hard to get behind and support Cerebrrin.
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