FOCUS+ by Excelerol [REVIEWS]

FOCUS+ by Excelerol
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FOCUS+ by Excelerol

FOCUS+ is a new dietary supplement that Excelerol claims improves your memory, focus and concentration, and alertness. Ingredients in these pills include a lot of green, black, and white tea extract, as well as coffee bean extract, and a whole list of other extracts. Plus the pills have Dmae, Phosphatidylserine, Vinpocetine, and Huperzine. Excelerol claims that these ingredients are both powerful and have been clinically studied.

About Excelerol

Excelerol is focused on selling brain supplements that will boost memory, alertness, concentration, and focus. Most of their products are non-subscription. They claim that their supplements are made from ingredients that support all the above and have been studied. Some of their supplement capsules are vegetarian.

Customer Reviews

There has been a great deal of high reviews for FOCUS+ by Excelerol. Customers mention that the supplement has really helped them and does everything it’s supposed to. However, many of these positive reviews, and the negative reviews of course, have also listed a wide range of negative side effects. Reviews also mention that it can take a few days to start working or it could also stop being as powerful after certain amount of time using it. One thing to keep in mind about this product is that there are many reviews for it that are from customers who had been given the product for free in return for a review.

Price

One bottle of a 60 day supply sells for $49.99 on Amazon. Excelerol has a guarantee that if you aren’t satisfied with the product you’ll get your money back.

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Contact Information

You can send Excelerol a message by visiting www.excelerol.com/contact-us-2/customer-service/ and filling out their online form.

Bottom Line

This supplement is not worth the trouble. It’s relatively expensive and has a long list of side effects noted by costumers. Many of the ingredients in it are tea extracts, so why not simply buy tea and drink it? Drinking teas will have much less risk than overloading the body with too many vitamins and chemicals. There could also be alternatives to this supplement that are healthier and cheaper.
Benefits and Side Effects
The benefits of this supplement, according to costumers, better focus, concentration, and memory. These benefits are likely due to the vitamins and caffeine in the supplement. Vitamins help the body and brain to function properly, while caffeine often improves energy and concentration. However, the side effects reported by costumers outnumber the benefits. Side effects include nausea, heart burn, lack of sleep, feelings of anxiety or a panic attack, and headaches.

Cons

-Product itself is not clinically tested, only ingredients have within have been in unrelated studies.
-1-2 capsules has 20,833% of your daily recommended value of Vitamin B12
-Some users have experienced negative side effects.
-May not be a product for you if you’re pregnant, nursing, or have a medical condition.

Pros

-It supposedly lasts up to 6 hours.
-Many customers have said it has helped their focus, concentration, and memory.
-Some customers have said it has made them more productive.

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