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No matter what we do, it always seems like we are lacking energy. We come home from work feeling exhausted, we are too lazy to be productive during the weekends, and some of us are even tired during the holidays from taking care of the kids. For this reason, supplements have been designed to boost our energy levels in a long-lasting and safe manner. One of these products is AdreCor.

AdreCor is a supplement that can increase our energy levels by acting as a multivitamin. The product targets our adrenal glands and grabs control over our hormone levels. But is this really safe? Well we’ve done all the research necessary to let you know whether or not buying AdreCor would be a good decision. Sit back, relax, and read what we’ve found.

Manufacturers of AdreCor

NeuroScience promises that their dedication to science-based research and eagerness to improve human functioning allows them to produce supplements that are of the best quality and value. When we research about a product’s manufacturers, we like to investigate what the company’s true aims are. Some are credit-card burners who don’t care about the formula or being to help you. Others, however, truly commit their time, money and energy into creating a product that can successfully help us achieve our fullest potential. At this point, we believe that AdreCor is the latter. Let’s see if this assumption proves to be true.

Ingredients

Vitamin C- 300 mg
Niacin – 6 mg
Vitamin B6 – 12 mg
Folate – 120 mcg
Vitamin B12 – 60 mcg
Pantothenic Acid – 300 mg
Magnesium – 14 mg
Zinc – 3 mg

“Proprietary Blend” – 1.253 g includes:

L-methionine, L-histidine, L-tyrosine, Green Tea leaf extract, and Rhodiola rosea root extract.

Although this nootropic stack consists of a few well-known compounds, we must admit that a few red flags came up. The two substances with the highest doses in this product are L-Tyrosine and Rhodiola rosea extract. These two compounds work with the hormones epinephrine and norepinephrine. These two hormones come into action during ‘fight or flight’ situations, when our bodies are under stress and need to make good decisions. Epinephrine therefore signals the body of the situation’s urgency by increasing heart rate, enlarging pupils, opening up the pores to induce sweat, etc.

Unfortunately, L-Tyrosine and Rhodiola rosea extract have been placed under “Proprietary Blend”, which means that we do not know the exact dose included in the product, if too much of these compounds are included in formula, then it may result in negative effects in the long-term. However, we are sure that AdreCor is ethical enough to ensure that their ingredients do not cause harm.

Cost

One bottle of AdreCor includes 60 capsules and comes at a price of $34.00 (Monthly). This price is very reasonable compared to other nootropic stacks, which may go up to $80 per month.

 Pro’s and Con’s

Pro’s
– Contains Vitamin B6 and B12, which increases blood flow stimulation and allows greater mental alertness.

– Cheap
– Manufactured by a well-known company
– Will leave you feeling more energized

Con’s
Main ingredients listed under “Proprietary Blend”

– May cause hormonal imbalance

Summary: 

We don’t doubt that taking a daily intake of AdreCor will provide you with that extra kick of energy you were looking for. The ingredients in the formula have been well researched and we know exactly how they work in our bodies. However, because the main ingredients control our adrenal gland and release of hormones, it may result in long-term hormonal imbalance.  For those of you who are looking for a product that is focused more on improving memory and focus, then we would recommend checking out our editors’ top choices, such as NitroVit.

Total Score: 3.75 Stars (3.75 / 5)
Effectiveness: 3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)
Ingredients: 5 Stars (5 / 5)
Side Effects: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Value for the Money: 3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)
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