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You know it’s out there but finding it without some help is expensive and trying. Just as with other supplements finding a mental focus supplement that really works and has everything you need can be a bit of a hit or miss. That’s because, attention focus or cognitive supplements and medications are all the rage right now. And so products like Excelerol have become common place. But how effective is Excelerol? Can we really rely on it? And do the benefits warrant the price? These are all great questions, so let’s take a look at Excelerol and see what it has to offer.

First Looksie Offers Some Disappointment

I was kind of excited to review this mental boosting supplement, so I hurriedly took it out of the package only to notice that there is no real ingredient information, labeling or even dosage information. Bummer, so it’s virtually impossible to tell how safe and effective this natural supplement is.

OK so onward ho I thought. But after careful consideration, I’m still a  little skeptical of Excelerol based on the price and the relatively small amount of information available. Still lets see what, if anything,Excelerol has to offer:

This is a nootropic multi-vitamin that has about 20 different ingredients, which may seem like a lot, but for this price we really don’t know what quantities of these ingredients this supplement has.  Advertised as anootropic “multi-vitamin” for the brain with at least 20 different ingredients, I don’t see excessive value here. It seems to me that this pile up approach to mental health and focus is not the best way to go about getting the job done.

The manufacture proports that this combination of 20 herbs and natural ingredients amplifies thebrain biochemistry and thereby attains enhanced concentration, and mental clarity. But  in this case, I think less may be more.


Excelerol contains a variety of different herbal ingredients and additional synthetic nootropic supplements. Now, after reading up and doing extensive research on brain focused supplements, I can say that each of these ingredients on their own has a good reputation in the mental health and awareness community, all with demonstrable research and benefits. But the issue at hand here is the quantity of substances each capsule has:

  • vitamin B 12
  • Guarana Extract
  • Kola Nut Extract
  • Niacin,DMAE
  • Acetyl L-Carnitine
  • BacopaMonnieri Extract
  • Tulsi Extract
  • Peppermint Oil
  • Acetyl L-CarnitineBacopa
  • Gingko Biloba
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Phosphatidylserine
  • Rhodiola Extract
  • Citicoline
  • White Tea Extract
  • Black Tea Extract
  • Huperzine Extract
  • Vinpocetine
  • DMAE
  • B 12
  • Kola Nut Extract most standout for their brain boosting capabilities
  • Alpha GPC
  • Cholinergic supplements

The ingredients that most standout here for their brain boosting capabilities are the Acetyl-Carnitine, Alpha GPC, Cholinergic supplements and Citicoline. They are substances that are getting a lot of focus right now, precisely because of their benefits; which are to improve concentration, sharpen thoughts and heighten memory. But again my concern here is just how much is included in one Excelerol pill. With no quantities listed it is very hard to tell just how effective this supplement is.

I mean, “What concession do we have to make for getting all of these great ingredients in one bottle?” I bet the answer to that question lies in quality and efficacy.

Unfortunately the manufacturer does not list dosage information or on quantities in each of the pills. So I had no idea how much of each ingredient I was getting, and neither do most users.


Additionally, many of the ingredients are known to cause sensitivity, so not knowing how much a dosage contains probably not an ideal solution for some users. No to be a worry wart here, but it is this fact alone which could cause Excelerol to be a serious health risk for some people. Compared to other health supplements, excelerol has a lot to be desired, after all, reputable health companies have no qualms about listing the amounts of ingredients contained in their supplements.

What Other Consumers Say?

There are mixed feelings here, many consumers suggest the ingredient that gives you the most benefit are those derived from caffeine and B12. Other than that, the ingredients seem to be benign. Still, there are users out there who say that Excelerol seems to work for them.

Excelerol Cost

Excelerol supplements have a higher than average cost, with an average retail value of $198 and with available discounts, you might find the product somewhere around $99. This is only a one month supply,

Bottom Line

I must say that I did get some benefit from taking the supplement, but I am hard pressed to recommend this one because of the high-cost factor and because there are no daily recommended dosages here – so it’s hard to tell how beneficial this one really is. I mean,Do you take 3 pills a day or 5? This is something we would need to know to determine the cost value of Excelerol.

If you were to buy the main ingredient, Acetyl L-Carnitine o its own in a supplement, you’d pay about $19.99 for 100 grams, which is 200 doses. And if we were to follow the daily dosage recommendation, we think you would have a more positive experience than what you get with the more expensive Excelerol.

I am Concerned with The Amount of Caffeine Here?

Another concern I have here is the use of Guarana extract. This ingredient has double the amount of caffeine than coffee, and then there is the inclusion of Green Tea leaves which also contains caffeine. This is a lot of caffeine, but is this the only ingredient that produces the increased mental awareness, I wonder?

If the benefits come purely from the caffeine related ingredients then this product might be slightly overpriced and overrated for what Excelerol advertises.