Adderexin Is a Scientifically Based Formula of Natural Ingredients to Help You
"Unlock the POWER of Your MIND"
Alpha-GPC (Alpha-glycerophosphocholine or glycerophosphocholine) - Is a choline supplement that is the most efficient choline formulation for increasing both systemic and brain concentrations of choline. It's ability to cross the blood brain barrier allows for more choline to enter into the brain thus allowing the body greater ability to produce acetylcholine. Studies suggest that supplementation of Alpha-GPC also increases power output for athletes as well as raising human growth hormone levels.
L-Tyrosine - Is a non-essential amino acid. Tyrosine is a building block, or precursor, to a number of important neurotransmitters within the brain. These include are Epinephrine, Norepinephrine, and Dopamine. These neurotransmitters are involved in functions related to alertness, attention and focus in the brain.
L-Theanine - Is an amino acid that when taken orally is shown to quickly enter into the brain. L-Theanine is structurally very similar to the two neurotransmitters; GABA and glutamate. These two neurotransmitters are responsible for sending messages in the brain. L-Theanine also works in synergy with caffeine, theobromine and synephrine to enhance attention and cognition.
Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE)- Is commonly taken to aid in the functioning of the brain. DMAE helps the brain by clearing out 'age pigment'. Age pigment slows cognitive function, as the DMAE clears the buildup of the age pigment the brain is able to work more effectively. Research also suggests that DMAE can increase the levels of acetylcholine; the neurotransmitter most important to short and long term memory formation.
Theobroma Cacao (Theobromine) - Is shown to increase the production of Nitrict Oxide. Nitric Oxide helps to widens blood vessels and improves blood flow. Increased blood flow is important for getting oxygen and nutrients to the brain and muscles.
Caffeine - Is a powerful stimulant. This is commonly used to improve physical strength and endurance. It also sensitizes neurons and provides mental stimulation.
5 Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) - Is a supplement that is a precursor for the neurotransmitter serotonin. Increased levels of Serotonin is primarily linked to happiness and anti-depression. This is what gives Adderexin users the "euphoric" while on the product.
Ginger Extract - Ginger, specifically -gingerol is the oily resin from the root of the ginger plant. This has been clinically proven to be a potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory. It is also well known for treating nausea and helping with nutrient absorption.
Vitamin B12 - Is an essential vitamin, which means the body needs B-12 to function properly. B-12 is critical for the proper function of the brain, nerves and blood cells. It has been shown to support DNA synthesis and energy metabolism. Deficiencies in B-12 have been linked to people who suffer from depression.
Bioperine - Specifically through it's active component Piperine, helps to increase the absorption of supplements or drugs taken by the user. It does this through limiting the process of glucuronidation, which happens in the liver. During this process supplements are excreted out of the body. Piperine limits this process thus allowing greater amount of Adderexin to be absorbed by the body.
Uridine-5'-monophosphate (disodium) - Uridine is used as a substrate from which CDP-Choline is synthesized. It increases the effectiveness of communication of neurotransmitters at the synaptic clef due to increasing levels of brain phosphatidylcholine, which is a component of dendrite membranes. The increase of synaptic synaptic formation and function has shown improvement in people with mild Alzheimer's Disease.
Theacrine - Teacrine or Theacrine is structurally very similar to caffeine. It is found in it's highest concentration in camellia assamica from Kucha Tea. Theacrine works very similar to caffeine in its mechanisms of action. It is a solubilizing agent, that can increase the solubility of other molecules. Theacrine is thought to play a role with adenosine and dopamine.