It’s time for another review of a popular nootropic/brain booster supplement. This time, we’re taking a look at a product called “Amphetarol”.
I decided to give this product a review as it’s amassed a huge number of positive reviews on Amazon, as you can see in the image to the right.
I’ve already done comprehensive reviews and “exposes” on some of the most popular supplements for memory, focus, and energy, but I just can’t resist trying out more products to get a better understanding of what works and what doesn’t.
But anyway, I digress – back to my review of Amphetarol:
This is a comparative price to some other popular products, such as Excelerol – read my review of it here – which also costs around $1 per dose.
If you’re looking for the cheapest nootropic possible, then I advise that you look elsewhere as there are definitely less expensive options than Amphetarol. For example, NOW Foods True Focus is almost 1/3 the price per capsule, and with a 2 capsule per day dosage, it works out at around 50-60 cents per day.
So if price is the absolute primary factor behind which nootropic you pick, then I’d eliminate Amphetarol at this early stage.
During my own tests I didn’t experience any negative side effects with Amphetarol. However, as the saying goes, “your mileage may vary”.
Money Back Guarantee
One thing that’s very cool about Amphetarol is the 100% money back guarantee offered by the product supplier. Give it a try, and if you’re not satisfied then you can return your supply of Amphetarol within 30 days for a 100% refund – simple!
To wrap up my Amphetarol review, I think it’s time I answer the one question that really counts:
Should you buy this product?
To be honest, no. It’s not that it’s a bad product at all – it works, there’s hundreds of positive reviews to back that assertion up, and you’ve got your ass covered by a comprehensive money back guarantee.
So what’s not to love?
From my perspective, the biggest issue with Amphetarol is that it is “neither here nor there”. It’s not so amazing, like Excelerol, that you need to rush out and get it (provided you have the dough on tap). But it’s not so cheap, like NOW Foods True Focus, that you don’t need to think twice about purchasing.
It kind of reminds me of one of those middle-of-the-range cars that is neither exciting and enviable, nor sufficiently cheap to be purchased en masse.
Of course you might like the idea of Amphetarol – in which case you should feel free to try it. If so, order here on Amazon for the most competitive price possible.
Review Summary (Higher Scores Are Better)
- Ingredient Blend
Amphetarol is not a bad nootropic when considered in its own right. However, it costs as much per daily dose as Excelerol (a superior product) and is not much more effective than many cheaper alternatives.
What I Like
- Product is effective
- Convenient one-per-day dosage
What I Dislike
- Too expensive for what it is
- Is neither a cheap nootropic, nor a premium supplement - hard to recommend on this basis