Nerium EHT Review – Should You Use It?

By: Rob Miller
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Fact Checked On: 8-26-2015

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Nerium EHT Overview

Nootropics and other brain enhancing supplements are taking the supplement world by storm, and with good reason.

Today’s world is a competitive place, and it gets harder and harder to keep up.

Of course, in this race to find the best solution, there are winners and losers.

That’s why we look into as many contenders as possible to weigh in and offer our opinion.

Nerium EHT is a new product from Signum BioSciences and Nerium International.

In fact, it’s not even fully available at the time of this writing.

It’s currently in its pre- marketing phase and is expected to be available August 1, 2015. So for now, we’ll compile all the important information we can find, and let you know how effective we expect it to be.

Nerium EHT ReviewBenefits of Nerium EHT

Nerium International as a company as historically focused on anti-aging skin care.

So with this new product, they put the focus on its anti aging benefit for the brain.

Essentially, though, Nerium EHT claims the same benefits as other nootropic supplements.

These include:

  • Better cognitive function and overall brain health.
  • Improved memory and recall.
  • Fortified and strengthened natural brain function.
  • Increased focus and mental alertness.

But the difference is that Nerium EHT claims to have a patented ingredient to get the job done.

Nerium EHT Ingredients and How They Work

The primary ingredient in Nerium EHT is the EHT molecule.

Extracted from the coffee bean, the powers of the EHT molecule were discovered by Princeton scientist Jeffry Stock.

In short, what EHT does is strengthen your neurons for better brain connections both now and as you age.

EHT is not available anywhere else, and since Nerium EHTis not available yet, we don’t have any way of gauging whether or not it really does what it says.

Additional ingredients in the formula include brain friendly Vitamins D, B6, B12, and Folate as well as minerals Magnesium and Selenium.

Rounding out the formula for more nootropic activity are Huperzine A for improved memory and Alpha Lipoic Acid for improved cell health.

Nerium EHT Pros and Cons

Advantages of Nerium EHT

  • It’s the result of scientific research and may have real potential.
  • The ingredients are all natural.

Disadvantages of Nerium EHT

  • The company, Nerium International, has had a troubled legal past as a result of their practice of using celebrities to promote their products against the celebrities wishes. (We see a lot of that with muscle building supplements as well).
  • It’s not available yet, so there is no real feedback from actual customers.
  • There are no scientific studies of EHT actually cited.

    In fact, I was unable to find even the full name of the molecule.

Where to Buy

Nerium EHT will be available to buy through Nerium International on August 1, 2015. Nerium International is a network of distributors that also function as recruiters for additional distributors to join their network.

It works along the lines of a Multilevel Marketing network.

It’s expected that a one month supply will cost about $70.


Nerium EHT isn’t available yet so our conclusions can’t be more than preliminary at this time.With that said, I would wait before jumping on the Nerium EHT bandwagon.

The fact this “new scientific breakthrough” partnered itself with a multilevel marketing compnay as its distributor is an indication that this is more about making money than improving the brain health of the aging population.

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User Reviews

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By Jim,  Apr 26, 2016

EHT helps me be more alert and focused. I work in a job where I have a lot of facts and details to remember.  EHT helps my memory.

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By Tamara,  Mar 30, 2017

I am a 52yr old RN and was just beginning to have difficulty getting my words out. I knew what I wanted to say but just couldn't speak clearly.  I was beginning to have to write things down more and more because I would forget. I was also having to take prescription medicine to sleep at night.  Since taking EHT (now 1 month) my memory is sharper than when I was in my 20s, and I no longer struggle to get my words out in conversation. I was really skeptical but it really works!! For me, worth every penny spent!

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By Kathy,  Nov 3, 2015

If you didn't have any proof, why write about the product? EHT works period.  I can talk a huge difference in my memory and my son has adhd. It's working for him as well.  The product works. It might be good next time, if you withhold your opinions until you actually have reviews.  This product was not just recently developed. It's been tested for several years now.

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2 comments on “Nerium EHT Review – Should You Use It?”

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  1. At the time you published this review there were plenty of peer reviewed scientfic studies on EHT along with it’s scientific name Eichosanyol-5-hydroxytryptamide. I’ve linked some of the scientific sources readily available at the time for your reading pleasure and encourage you to be more thorough in the future.

    1. “Extracting PD therapy from coffee”, Nature, 5/26/2011,

    2. “Neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory properties of a coffee component in the MPTP model of Parkinson’s disease.”, Neurotherapeutics, 1/10/2013,

    3. “Therapeutic benefits of a component of coffee in a rat model of Alzheimer’s disease.”, Neurobiology of Aging, 6/12/2014,

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