Excelerol Brain Supplement Review: Possible Potential

I had the opportunity to try a 30-day sample of the Excelerol Brain supplement (a Nootropic), which  is touted to be the #1 brain supplement on the market at the moment. Excelerol claims to sharpen focus, improve memory, and help accelerate intelligence, so I was more than happy to see what it was all about.


Excelerol is a nootropic which is touted to promote excellent brain function

I had a very positive experience with Excelerol and no side effects, but a word of caution if you try it: Make sure to follow the directions and take it with a full glass of water. Don’t be dim like me and (I made the mistake of not doing this once), because the Excelerol leaves a most unpleasant aftertaste. When taken properly, there is no aftertaste I experienced.

The only Excelerol con for many people would be the cost. It is extremely expensive for a 30-day supply, but perhaps costs will decrease as interest picks up for Excelerol. I’d happily promote the product based on my personal experience and hope to sample Excelerol again in the future for a longer duration. I also noticed there were many positive reviews on amazon, so Excelerol appears to be a product with possible potential. I’d love to see the neurological differences on a micro-level as I’m taking the product to see how, where, and why  it is working on my brain, but that would require pricey equipment and possibly an degree in Neuroscience.

Here’s an informational video about Excelerol to provide you more detail and testimonials from other people:

Excelerol Official Video

You can also visit the Excelerol website to review clinical studies, peer-reviewed articles, research, and further product information. Let me know what you think after you check out all the details for yourself.

How about you? Have you tried Excelerol or other nootropics? Share your experience in the comments!

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Excelerol might have potential
  • Excelerol Review

Exelerol Review Summary

Over the course of the 30 days, I did seem to have improvement in short-term memory and a sharpening of focus with Excereol, but I would need to take it for a longer period of time to determine whether my experience was merely a potential placebo effect from the expectation Excelerol would do what it claimed or the real deal miracle pill.



  1. Sounds like an interesting supplement. Thanks for the heads up.

  2. Wow –I’m tempted to try it. Anything to help with the ‘ol short term memory would be great. Creative writing + two kids + a full time job = a scatterbrained me!

    Thanks for the helpful post. :)


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