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The Adderum advertising claims this supplement is “limitless” and the same as a miraculous smart pill from a 2011 film. In addition the name is similar to amphetamine based prescription drug Adderall.
It is probably aimed at students looking to improve college work but Adderum will not work in the way as implied and is an inferior product containing unknown ingredients. The only customer feedback is bad and this supplement is no longer easily available on the market.
If ingredients are as claimed, side effects may include: Stomach cramps, Nausea, Fatigue, Vomiting, Dizziness, Diahhroea, Blurred vision, Changes to heart rate, High blood pressure.
1 x bottle of Adderum costs $49.95. There are deals on larger orders if you buy from the website.
Adderum comes with zero information about ingredients or where it was made and it could be a serious risk to health. We had to search online for an ingredients list and the truth is that we just don’t know what is in it, and neither does anyone else. This is the sort of supplement that gives the industry a bad name.
In our opinion, the name which sounds like Adderall and the references to the Limitless Pill film and TV series are just catchy ways of hooking college kids. Don’t be fooled.
This inferior supplement is not a miracle pill and it is not Adderall. It will do nothing for your energy levels, health or brain power. Avoid it.
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Adderum is a nootropic supplement that is showing up in various locations across the internet and has been on sale via Amazon.
It has a catchy name – which sounds like prescription drug Adderall and the advertising talks about this being a “ limitless pill” so references a 2011 movie and recent TV show.
However, the supplement comes with practically zero information about the ingredients so we have no real way of knowing whether it is going to work or even if it is safe.
According to some sources, Adderum contains ingredients in a proprietary blend including Tyrosine, Huperzine A and Alpha GPC. It may also contain herbal extract Bacopa Monnieri, Vinpocetine and GABA – Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid. However, we only have the word of third party advertisers, small blogs and reviewers for this information. Many of these are operating on word of mouth too.
We have not been able to get hold of a bottle of Adderum and we are unable to get a peek at the ingredients label. Even the Amazon advert does not display the ingredients list.
The name Adderum has been chosen to sound like Adderall a prescription drug that is used to treat attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Narcolepsy (when you keep falling asleep uncontrollably)
Adderall is comprised of Amphetamine and dextroapmhetamine so is a strong stimulant that should only be used if prescribed. However, many people, especially college kids, buy Adderall illegally to increase energy and they believe mental functioning.
Adderum does not come with any background information, such as the manufacturer or country of origin. There are no clues to the whereabouts or the identity of the marketers.
No instructions but we suggest the best way is take one capsule a day in the morning with water.
Adderum claims to be a “limitless pill.” This is in reference to a film released in 2011 and a TV spin off the same name.
If you haven’t seen it, the film and series tells the story of an average guy who becomes the cleverest man in the world following taking a miracle drug.
Adderum is NOT this miracle drug as seen on TV.
Other claims include:
According to the advertising
We pack in a bunch of ingredients that are shown to increase focus & improve memory.
However “we” and the “bunch of ingredients “are unknown and unnamed. There is no evidence that any of the claims are true.
No, Adderum does not work in the way as implied. It is not a limitless pill and it is not Adderall.
Without a clear profile that itemises each ingredient, we would be extremely cautious about taking this supplement. It is unlikely to help boost your brainpower and it may cause side effects. Equally, it may do nothing at all. It just is not worth the risk.
The ingredients profile is unknown. However, according to online sources, this supplement may contain the following ingredients in unknown quantities:
Does ADDERUM have any side effects?
Adderum may cause side effects. Nobody knows exactly what is contained in this supplement and there could be additional ingredients too.
Although the listed ingredients are often used in nootropic supplements, safety will largely depend upon quantities and personal tolerance.
Make no mistake; some of these ingredients can cause side effects.
These may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant, breast feeding or trying to conceive. Speak to your doctor before taking if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication. Cease use if you experience side effects and seek immediate medical advice.
We found three customer reviews for Adderum. None positive and all say the same thing.
This customer reported,
Actually, you do not feel absolutely nothing. It is very expensive and not feel anything. Don’t buy it
Confusing but we guess he means it does not work….
This customer was short and to the point,
It is useless
The final customer equally brief
No way served
The good news is that none of these three customers mentioned side effects.
No. Adderum is not covered by a money back guarantee.
These days Adderum is not as easily available as it once was.
It is no longer available from the website, which is now advertising another supplement called Synapsyl and although Adderum is still being advertised on various blogs and low rent sites, at the time of writing it has also been withdrawn from sale from Amazon USA.
It is unknown whether Adderum will be on sale again.
When on sale from the Adderum website prices were as follows.
1 x bottle costs $49.95.
3 x bottles cost $113.82
5 x bottles cost $149.95