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I’m a huge advocate for nootropics as an alternative to Adderall… not only are they better for your brain in the long run but they’re less harsh on the body in the short term too. Nice to see this breakdown of the alternatives!
Where can you buy these alternatives? Store wise?
I am also wondering what stores might have some of these in stock. I would buy online but I would rather try a smaller dose for my first try. I am 22 and have had miracles/troubles with adderall and vyvanse for years, but I would love a more natural option. One that doesn’t make me feel addicted and as though I’m searching for a fix :/
Sarah…….which one do you specifically take?
I have tried Adderllin and do not recommend it.
Twice I had a physical reaction where my eyes were swollen for days.
AND did not notice any increased focus,
keep me updated
I’ve been experimenting a lot with various nootropics now, and despite many recommendations for various noops, I found the best combination for me has been the smoothness of Nitrovit (relatively new) combined with Noopept. Many commercial types I’ve tried, like AddieUp, even Alpha Brain are on my don’t bother list.
Jim, why is it you didn’t like addie up? i just ordered some. seems like this may have been stuff i read prior to placing my order. im going for something as close to actual adderall as possible because that is what I prefer but am not able to get a prescription. Thank you.
I have been taking Adderall XL 30mg. At one time was taking 4 caps daily. Currently taking 2 caps– I’m a young 58 yr old female who has suffered from depression/ motivational issues, on & off, as long as I can remember.
I enjoy my nightly cocktail. Recently discovered, alcohol & adderall can cause major liver disease! I’m certainly a candidate.
At this point, taking adderall does offer a minor motivation- boost. However, my depression has increased.
Bottom line- want to eliminate Prozac & Adderall as soon as possible.
After extensive research this is what makes sense to me.. Please offer your input. For one week now I’ve been taking:Tyrosine 500 mg, B6 250mg,Tri-Iodine 25mcg., Sea Buckthorn Force, Pantothenic Acid 550 mg.,Red Yeast Rice 600mg (cholesterol), complete Omega by Nordic Naturals, Calcium Citrate w/D3, co-enzyme Q10, Krill oil 1000mg.
Allot of stuff!!! I will investigate Aniracetam /5-htt & Primirocrtim.
All the above mentioned are for I
Proving Adrenal /thyroid functionality. Lease offer your professional advice. Thank you!!
I’d throw in a Vitamin K complex as well, it’ll help with bone and heart health, your already taking calcium and D3, might as well finish off the cocktail. You mention some I haven’t looked into, thanks, it can be hard finding all the options! I’ve been supplementing for decades with b-vitamins, caffeine and st. johns wort, on and off adderall and ritalin, I was completely blind to the other alternatives! I’m so excited!
Injesting supplements while using Prozac, Adderall or any prescribed meds can interfere with the affectiveness of your medications, and can result in a dangerous chemical interactions. All this this stuff your taking might harm your liver. You should discuss supplement use with your doctor!!!!!
Here’s a sincere hint: Stop looking for drugs to take and focus on eating right. Your body has been in evolution for much longer than you have.
I am wondering too… I have had an ADHD diagnosis as far back as I could remember (special ed all through grade school)…. Only medicated for past 5 yrs or so. I was on something else first which seemed to slowly not work much anymore and then I found out about Adderral, doc gave it to me and..WOAH! I couldn’t even get through school work before but then after Adderral, enrolled in college and was a high honors student & it helped with my focus in everything else & lose weight too!! I was finally productive and not so “scatter brained/flakey”. Now (even w my diagnosis history) am off medicine & cant find a doc that is willing to help me get back on track (bc I have crappy govt ins) & they treat me like I am just some pill popper looking for drugs! I have been unemployed, scattered… I really need a new doc & to get back on track.
I would MUCH RATHER find a healthier alternative to Adderral but just do not know which of these would be the closest & do not have the money to blow experimenting! I have employment opportunities pending that require a decent amount of organization and focus but I also need to use whatever one that can continue w weight loss as well.
You do sound like a junkie looking for his next fix, dude.
ADHD isn’t a real disease, I understand that life might have been better with you on Adderrall on the reg, but it’s a drug, and you have to come to terms with it.
ADHD is a real disease, but the hysteria surrounding its diagnosis and treatment makes it nearly impossible to have a real conversation about it. And your comment is absolute proof of that. It has been established that ADHD is a real disease which is likely caused by structural differences in the brain, specifically the prefrontal cortex (which is primarily used for decision-making). My best friend has ADHD and when he is not on his medication he becomes a very strange, different person. He does pointless, impulsive things and seems to not have a strong degree of control over it. He’s not a bad person regardless of whether he is currently on Adderall, but it helps him pull his shit together extremely effectively. I really hope that you take an opportunity and educate yourself on what ADHD is and how it can be treated. As a species, we have tried very hard to leave sentiments like the one you expressed back in the 19th century where they belong.
You have no idea what you are talking about. Don’t speak unless you have walked a mile in someones shoes. I have dealt with ADD since my teen. It is real. It is crippling. Low information people like you drive me nuts.
I’m fast typing so read with appreciation and not a judgemental attitude. I’m a teacher and you don’t know what your talking about. ADHD is a major unbalance, exacerbated by diet, exercise and sleep habits.
Studies prove the same; many students entering the class going bezerk, continuously, daily, all the time. No changes. However, when I calmly accept them, and direct their attention; like a finger on a trigger, I get a wee bit more accomplishment; however, they can’t do this themselves. It doesn’t matter what age, I have experienced this even in high school kids, pk to adults. I have seen this hyper focus and hyper activity in a certain percentage of students, the numbers is increasing. Maybe the mother’s have a certain dna that trigger this behavior coupled with medicine diet, maybe birth control, maybe immune shots, I don’t know, but their is a trigger and more parents are depending on MC Donalds. I have monitored them through school, some get medicated and work through a process. Also, this is prevalent in drugs, and their off spring especially.
Not only are brain scans proof of a lack of activity in key areas of the brain, but where do you think the behaviour of ADHD comes from? Are people like myself just causing a fuss with aggression, wishing to offend others with impulsive behaviour, and choosing to not process information properly because we like it? Before a diagnosis and some form of medication, my life was in a stasis, going nowhere and relying on the state to support me. I think the fault is with gmap using the phrase ‘disease’. The doctor is right, syndrome, condition, disorder, illness would be much better phrases. It is also worth understanding that people are now starting to see ADHD as an Executive Function Disorder. EFD describes the functional failings of ADHD but without the behavioural issues.
ADHD is real, Gmap. Whether or not you want to call it a disease, is up to you.
It is over-diagnosed, which is partly to blame for the misconceptions out there about it, and it is still not well understood. But there is no question that it exists, there is no cure, and it can be extremely debilitating if you don’t manage it well.
The idiot trolls that waste oxygen and time stating adhd isn’t real or valid disease, issue, etc. can go play in traffic. Stupid. Shut your face unless you have something constructive or actually respectful to communicate…good grief!!!
“ADHD isn’t a real disease” lol
ADHD IS NOT A DISEASE BUT IT IS A SEVERE BRAIN DEFICIENCY. READ DR. DANIEL AMENS BOOK ON ADD. MOST CAN BE CURED WITH SUPPLEMENTS AND DIET CHANGES. HE DOES BRAIN SPECTS (A BRAIN SCAN) AND CAN IDENTIFY 7 DIFFERENT TYPES OF ADD OR ADHD. I SAW HIM ON A 1 1/2 HOUR SHOW ON PUBLIC TELEVISION. HE’S BEEN DOING THIS A LONG TIME AND HAS HELPED A LOT OF PEOPLE.
Gmap, you’re right ADHD isn’t a disease, its a documented, researched and proven chemical condition within the brain. Regardless of how Kat presented herself, she is looking for healthier alternatives as are the other people that have commented and read this article. Please take your judgmental comments elsewhere.
Kat, sometimes it may take a few tries to find the right alternative to the original adderrall, however I have found that mixing in exercise as well as staying away from certain drinks/foods with the alternative has seemed to be the most effective course.
This is exactly why healthcare is so poor these days. Doctors use the term “drug seekers” instead of giving people proper care. They think insulting their patients will make the problem go away, but that’s not how the human body works.
Gmap, you clearly do not understand. I am an “A” student, but I struggle much more than my peers to remember and to concentrate. I refuse to take any drugs, because I don’t want a crutch, but I definitely notice a difference between me and others as far as length of concentration, focus, switching concentrations from one task to another quickly, etc. I started noticing that when I am sick with a bad cold or flu, I actually get more done and can concentrate better on my school work. How can that be? Most people when they are sick have worse concentration. It turns out one of the ingredients in day time cold medicines is an amphetamine. Now, I do not want any addictions or crutches, so I will not take drugs. BUT, I will also not deny the existence of a clear difference between me and my peers. And the difference is not lack of intelligence! I was always the kid in school who everyone hated because I spoiled the curve on the math tests, spelling tests, science tests. I was a “day dreamer” and would be off in a daze. Teachers would try to use me as an example by calling on me when I lost focus, but I always had the right answer because I did my home work and I read a lot and paid attention as much as my mind would allow. I am so tired of the headaches from forcing my brain to FOCUS even on subjects I find interesting. I am tired of others griping that it takes so long for me to do my assignments. I want a LIFE! I am not stupid, I just need my neural pathways to cooperate and let me concentrate and remember.
Gmap, you are a REAL moron. By discounting ADHD you are either getting into a pointless semantical argument (that ADHD is actually “something else” with a different name, including possible psychosomatic illness but with the exact same etiology, presentation and treatment) or you are suggesting the damage to the areas of the brain affected by ADHD does not actually occur. Are these areas of the brain immortal, immune to any disease process? I should think not..
Hi I hope you found a good doc to help you by now , but I feel for you having just read your status 3years ago. If I go off my adderall I will fall back into sloth life and radiate depression and eat my way thru life like Gilbert grape. I went to a walk in clinic and told my doc that I was doing cocaine to keep AwKe and get my stuff done and a friend of mine gave me aderAll and it was a miracle, he gave me a prescription and I also had to see a psychiatrist who tried to put me on loratadine… I tried that and started seeing ghosts and developed nasty cramping and really it was terrible so I stopped that and went back to the walk in doc and said I have ADHD and mild form narcolepsy. He gave me aderAlls. I basically had to modify my wording when speaking to doc to get what I knew I needed. It’s been a few years and I’m still taking aderall as needed ( not everyday). The days that I do take it, I have a stronge urge to smoke cigarettes….this is becoming increasingly annoying for me and now I want to explore different more natural options. Anyways. I branched off there, all I wanted was to tell you that I know how you felt at the time.
I will assume that you mean well, Gmap, but suggesting someone is a “junkie looking for his next fix . . .” and making an unqualified statement suggesting that “ADHD isn’t a real disease . . .” is not helpful. The world would surely be better off knowing about alternatives to psychostimulants and other psychotropic medications. It has been my experience that there are always people (including Dr. Oz) sharing info about these holistic alternatives, but they do not really help most people. There is good reason to suspect that any benefits people initially report are better explained as “placebo effects.” I was a child psychologist for almost 30 years and saw hundreds of children, and many adults, with symptoms suggestive of ADD/ADHD. For a small number the psychostimulants seemed to help. For most of the clients I saw, they weren’t that helpful and often clients had to deal with side effects. Finally, correctly diagnosed, ADHD, is a neurological disorder with secondary psychological symptoms. You can absolutely see differences in the brains of individuals with ADHD compared to “normal” brains. If you don’t like to call it a disease, what would you call it? A syndrome. Perhaps. I do not fault people who want to “feel better or more normal,” so I am inclined to not consider them addicts or “junkies.” It is ironic that some people say that it is okay for someone to take a medication prescribed by a physician (which is wise), but someone who self-medicates is a junkie or addict. There surely are more natural alternatives, such as, exercise and meditation, which have only beneficial side effects.
It’s nice to see someone on here with some compassion(polarbeardr) I was on adderall for quit some time, for me it was a godsend, as I’ve been tired since I was little a girl. Not your normal stress kinda tired , but a tiredness that doctors could not explain because blood tests kept coming back as normal. Recently my Doctor stopped my prescription cold turkey, which if anyone knows anything about this medication, it’s dangerous when stopped suddenly. I now feel like my body is slowly shutting down and need advice how to repair any damage this drug could have caused. I understand it’s a form of meth which could possibly shut down organs if it’s used for a long time. I’m very disappointed in the healthcare / drug pushing system. If you’ve never taken a drug like this, you have no business stating your opinion about someone being a junkie. It’s like any other ailment that someone would need medication for. Would you call someone who has diabetes a junkie if they didn’t have there medicine and tried to buy it wherever they could get it? I’ve always been an advocate for the natural herbal vs. drugs but I haven’t found anything even comparable that works for narcolepsy. I’ve excercised but honestly I feel more exhausted after. Adderall was the only thing that made me feel normal with motivation and energy. I’m not proud that I had to rely on a pill for this, It takes all the energy I have to just make it through another day without it. Does anyone know of anything that will repair this?
Sherry, has your doctor ever tested your T3 and T4 hormones. You might have a slow thyroid. Most doctors only follow TSH numbers in the blood work, but that says nothing. If your T3 and T4 are low, then you need to be on thyroid medication. If that’s the case as for Natural Desicated Thyroid instead of the synthetic.
Sherry – your energy drain is likely due to adrenal fatigue, which likely means your Cortosol levels are too low (and Thyroid levels out of whack – refer to MO’s comment). That can be offset by Hydrocortisone tablets supplementation, which is converted to Cortisol by your body. Hydrocortisone is a prescription hormone, but you can get it OTC through Adrenal Cortex extract (used by the medical industry prior to synthetic hydrocortisone) or by eating hydrocortisone cream (effectiveness debated).
All that said, Cortisol won’t help you without the right balance of Thyroid hormones in your system. MO is right about Thyroid, but that also requires enough Cortisol in your system to be effective, and Cortisol is provided by your Adrenal Glands. You can get OTC Thyroid through Thyroid Cortex extract. Prescription drugs are more concentrated and powerful, and consistent, but you can get by, or better, with OTC sources.
Playing with your hormones is risky (knock your hormones out of balance, it can take awhile to get back in balance, no matter how you manage things), so most people recommend having all this managed by a reasonably competent medical doctor who knows more than the average about how endochrine systems work, keeps up on current research, and does more than lazily push prescription drugs like Adderal, et al.
I say do what you need to do, but try to be wise about.
There can be significant side effects and withdrawals from long-term use of cortisone-increasing drugs or supplements. Definitely important to speak to a doctor before using to determine whether this is appropriate or not.
Hi Sherry~ Sorry for your struggle. Your story sounds very similar to mine~ this month I found out I’m in the “burnout” stage of adrenal fatigue & agree with most of Allan’s response that your low energy is likely adrenal as well. (AF followed the removal of my thyroid 5 years ago for benign hyperplasia). My recommendation is to see a functional medicine dr for hormone testing, before self-medicating with adrenal cortex containing glandulars~ as taking such supplements, no matter how well meaning, can impair gland function. In other words taking glandulars to prevent AF can actually crash adrenals. So be smart and make sure to consult with a knowledgeable doctor first.
My name is Catherine and I am 29 years old. Since I was a little girl as far back as I can remember I have always had exstream fatigue, I had problems in school with concentration and was always struggling stay focused, I had alot of trouble learning and was in special ed classes most my life. Because of these troubles I always thought I was ignorant or just mentally slow, I have always struggled with depression, anxiety and serious mood swings because of my lack of understanding, my seemingly lack of intelligence and my inability to focus, pay attention and socialize normally with my peers. I have been diagnosed with depression and anxiety but never with adhd or add, although I do believe that I am adhd, and I find myself even more so believing it because all of my children have been diagnosed with adhd aswell. The problem I am running into for myself is that I am a recovering addict, and drugs like adderall, ritalin, meth and stimulants of this sort were drugs that I used frequently, and i am not verry well educated on herbal remedies or synthetic replacements for prescription adhd drugs or any prescription drugs for that matter, so I could really use some help and opinions on the best place to start and the cheapest most successful method to begin with because Im not in a financial position were I can spend a whole lot of money, but I really am so tired of having all these symptoms day in and day out! The only thing I ask is that whoever gives advice or opinions to me please keep in mind that I am a recovering addict, so please direct me to the least likely method to effect my sobriety, that will still enable me to feel less exhausted, more focused and alert and less anxious and nervious in society! Please and thank you… sincerely Catherine
Catherine, if I might suggest, read Dr Daniel AMen’s books. Look to amazone for a list of all his books. I have read the “7 types of ADD”, and “CHange your brain, change your life”. It helped me define the problem and then gave the treatment, lots of supplements and recommendations for biofeedback, or therapy, or prescription meds. MANY to dos to get the healing going. I have been using L-tyrosine to help with focus.It has definitely helped both myself and my son. REcently I added 5- HTP and it has calmed my flare ups of irritation and anger. I learned what to try by carefully reading each ADD type and then trying the suggested supplements. Please know that addiction is a real issue for untreated brain issues. You wont need the alchol, or the caffeine or the illicit drugs if you can find the right supplements to support your brain. Good luck. DOnt ever give up!!
Hi, I have been struggling with ADD my whole life, ( when I was a kid they just called it ADD ) At age 9 I decided (with the approval of my parents) to stop taking ritalin bc it made me feel scared and angry and sick and a lot of other things you don’t wanna have to feel as a child. But I struggled just fighting with all my might to accomplish the smallest tasks that most people think nothing of. Finally about 5 years ago I found something amazing called Vaxxa Attend which is a homeopathic supplement for ADHD it is marketed more for children but it worked really really well. up until a few months ago when it slowly started to become less effective and I seem to be struggling again. I do not want to take something harsh like a strong drug that will have a lot of side effects. I just want to be able to think without having to try so hard. I have read the descriptions on this website of some of these products, some seem stronger than others. Since it is possible for substances like these to lose their effectiveness over time would it be wise to start with something less strong to begin with or would there be a good reason to just go with something stronger?
Because it was been a long uphill battle to get my son diagnosed with ADD, I have persued the OTC information available to me as I find it . Dr Daniel AMen has a couple great books to read. The 7 types of ADD in a great investment in yourself, for less than $20. See all his listings on AMazon, and buy where ever you want or have your local library get it for you. By carefully reading each type I was able to target the supplements that are most likely to help. We use L-tyrosine and it is 10cents a pill for the cheapest sources on line.How many you need is listed in his book. We have been adding other supplements to try, by carefully matching our issues to Dr AMen’s description of each of the issues.
I have started with the lowest doses and worked up to a level that seems to be the most effective. I dont worry about missing doses. BUt definitely see a decrease of function if a week of pills are missed. It is your choice on this. GOod luck.
Hello! Thank you for providing this information!
I am prescribed Adderall for ADD, fatigue, and to prevent anxiety attacks. I don’t have insurance, and I need to find an OTC alternative. I am wondering which of the options listed would be the best place to start and the least likely to cause an adverse effect.
I am 25 years old and after the death of my sister nearly two years ago I have had an incredibly difficult time functioning as I used to. I am afraid of psychiatrists – perhaps irrationally so – because the ones I have talked to seem to only want to get me out of the door rather than listen and help with a constructive medication. So for a year now I have been experimenting with Nootropic supplements, looking for a viable alternative to get me back on track academically. I have tried Aniracetam and Sulbutiamine together which is a very nice anxiolytic/mood boosting combo; I have also tried a Pramiracetam and Noopepet combination that worked well for a while until I ran out of Prami. In my opinion the most important Nootropic supplement I have tried is Fasoracetam – it is fairly new and difficult to find (also comparatively expensive) with not much research past animal trials, but it has worked wonders for alleviating my anxiety, depression, and grief-induced lack of focus / motivation. It is VERY NEW and so you should use this at your own risk, I’m just offering another option that has worked better for me than all other Nootropics combined. Good luck everyone – you are not alone!
I have read that Vyvanse is very similar to Adderall, but Vyvanse is used for binge eating now, as well. I am looking for help in both areas. I am 51 yrs old and have mild ADHD, depression, and B.E.D (binge eating disorder) I’ve lost over 150 lbs and kept it off, but I still have those days that I binge and then fall into depression.
I was looking for an alternative to Vyvanse, and was wondering how close Piracetam, Pramiracetam or Noopept would come to it as an alternative.
I’ve taken Piracetam, and it did help me feel more focused, and able to prioritize. (which made it easier to say NO when I thought about another binge). Any insight would be helpful.
“Modafinil has been.. fictionalized in the Hollywood movie “Limitless.”
Sorry nootriment but this is simply not true. A misleading claim especially because Modafinil/Modalert/any analogue thereof is highly unlikely to leave the user feeling like Bradley Cooper; successfully trading on nasdaq, learning piano in a few hours, winning pots in poker. The best they can hope for is to stave off fatigue and a slight contribution to their motivation.
For everyone else out there hear this loud and clear…
There exists no real world equivalent to NZT-48 as portrayed in Neil Burgers movie.
Memory can be increased with various tailored stacks but not streamlined to godlike proportions. Ritalin/Amphetamine will be the closest you will get and these have the major drawback of being very **limited** as opposed to limitless in terms of the duration of their effect and I in no way condone their use for anyone besides the ADD/ADHD/Narcoleptic patients that require them. Overclocking the brain tips the seesaw in favor of crashing and dysfunction due to neurotransmitter depletion. Dopamine, acetylcholine, Glutamine, Serotonin, Histamine, GABA, etc all work in concert. Being probably the most dynamic organ in the body the brain will level itself in response to what you feed it. More dopamine may lead to less acetylcholine etc.
So essentially be careful what you use, research and most of all don’t look to websites for advise on the profile of nootropic/cognitive enhancing compounds.
There is no doubt that Modafinil does not come close to NZT-48 in terms of its effects. However, it remains true that Modafinil was the inspirational basis for NZT-48 in the movie “Limitless”. Hence, it remains accurate to say that Modafinil was fictionalized in the Hollywood movie “Limitless.”
I can’t begin to say how everyone’s comments have helped me understand so much about issues that have plagued me for 30 years. It all seemed connected to me, but traditional doctors just blame everything on weight. Thank you all for sharing – you may have saved my sanity and have given me hope for a wholesome life! I will research and find the right supplement(s) for myself!
I have tried several of the above listed mind stimulants and in the end, my personal conclusion/experience is that none come close to the wonders of coffee.
My daily activity requires me to stay focussed and energetic and after a good cup in the morning, 1 short black around 2-3pm is perfect to keep me going until the evening.
Drink water after each coffee, won’t affect the strength and the caffeine is absorbed slowly.
In the end, much cheaper and still to be surpassed after hundreds of years as nature’s best mind stimulant.
I dont understand why so much of your research is so incorrect and im not going to name the supplement that ACTUALLY inspired the themes in the cooper film limitless, but if u follow cooper and limitless film on twitter , you can find the name of the REAL enhancemet product that was the basis for nzt and i can confirm that although of course the affects are not nearly as dramatic as portrayed in Limitless, they are truly quite incredible and require no “stacking.” One pill. Do your research and yull find out what enhancement product i am referring to. Good luck. Its almost always on back order. When actually available i purchase 6 month supply.
Why can’t you just tell us what the name of it is. I don’t have a twitter account.
I was on 40 mg of Vyvanse which helped me focus tremendously and it did not have that drop off effect at the end of the day that Adderall XR does. When the affects of Adderal XR wear off at the end of the day, I am so mentally wiped out. I was switched from Vyvanse to Adderall due to cost. Could you advise me on which OTC med is similar to Vyvanse. Thanks
I deal with loss of energy and fatigue on a daily basis. I have 3 young kids and need my energy to keep up with them and my daily duties. What can you suggest to me to try as a supplement to increase my energy, even for an extended period of time? Please help this “tired”, “lazy” mama! LOL Thank you!!
Modanifil/Provigil DOES NOT WORK for ADHD. It keeps you awake but do not fight natural need for sleep. It will mess you up. I got it prescribed. There is nothing that works like an amphetamine does. period.
Miguel will you give the link to where i can find the name of these real enhancement product you mention.
Or just mention the name here so i can look for information about it.
Anybody here know what Miguel is talking about in his reply.
Ignore Miguel – There’s fake ads out saying they have the real limitless drug…’it’s on back order, but you can get it right now’ blah blah blah…. Looks like one version is called addium(scam). I’ve seen multiple fake ads using the same principles – check any links that say they’re from CNN and other major websites carefully. Most of these are scams. If he posted an actual link, it would be blocked and taken off of here.
I have been on Adderall for a few years. A low dose 10 mg tabs, 3x per day. Only for work or school. But I have had high blood pressure, so my doc will not write another prescription. Does anyone know how these Noops, etc, affect BP? The non-stimulants do not work for me.
Carlie, I am studying to be a medical professional. I can say that any stimulant is going to affect your blood pressure. Stimulants work by changing dilation of the arteries which affects blood pressure.
onde consigo comprar adderall?
I used Alpha Brain and really worked for me perfectly for mood stability that allows total concentration. I can also recommend it to other people
Why are all of these posts 2 yrs old??? Is there nothing new to be said or is all of this info just b.s????
hola la verdad no logro concentrarme en mis estudios tengo 26 años y la verdad en este momento no poseo dinero para ir donde un psiquiatra para que me receta que medicina es similar al aderall para poder concentrarme??
espero una pronto respuesta gracias
espero su pronto respuesta gracias
Je prends de l’adderall depuis 2 ans et je peux vous dire que cela m’aide vraiment pour la concentration pour mon travaille d’informacien, mais comme je ne recois plus d’ordonnance j’ai trouve ce groupe *********** qui vend ce produit et beaucoup d’autres la meme categorie. Tres fiable et discret