1. Jo Jo

    Wow, and it’s legal!?! Never heard of this product but thanks for your review. I have a very busy lifestyle and was looking into supplements to help boost my alertness during the day. I also love it but I do wish it was less expensive and safer. I’m going to settle for aniracetam. Thanks for your review and the alternative you gave! 🙂

    • admin

      Thanks for dropping by Joyce,

      If it were cheaper and safer I would also have highly reccomended it. But the huge price and the effects kind of pushes us consumers away. Don’t you think? 🙂

  2. Norman

    Hello and thanks for sharing, Our brains are so important and therefore we must do all that we can to protect it and to give it what it needs to function at its best. So many of us spend so much time on other parts of our body but not our brains,when our brains is the control center for the whole body. I have never heard of a product like this before but is seems to work wonders and help in a great way. I will try it out.

    • admin

      I’m glad you love it Norman,

      And I’m sure you will love its effects even more 🙂

  3. Jeremy Hood

    I have heard of nootropics before but have yet to try any.

    This certainly looks like a good one with so many high reviews. But the side effects were the main turn off for me. I think the subtitute is much better. How does it compare to coffee?

    Coffee is usually my go to drink to help me improve my performance. Sometimes I can tell when I have had too much and I just get in a zone at work.

    • admin

      Hey Jeremy,

      Yes, the side effects are quite something. 🙂

      About coffee, I have to agree that it does get you in the prefect working zone.

      But compared to nootropics, this is no match for them given the effect they give you. Coffee is a stimulant and works great as an ingredients for most nootropics.

      Most brain power supplements have got other great ingredients known to boost brain power to keep you alert, improve your moods and improve your overall brain health like Phosphatidylserine and Bacopa Monierri, to name a few. But coffee only stimulates you for a short while.

      I hope you now see how nootropics are much effective and powerful compared to coffee.

      I hope this helps. 🙂

  4. Maxx

    I happened to shop around amazon for Alpha brain but the reason why I was skeptical and didn’t make the purchase because I read the comments from the buyer, and the price.

    Some say good and some complaint about it. But was lucky enough to discover from your site a better and way cheaper option with more info and make me a more confident buyer.

    I seriously need this Aniracetam to improve my brain memory during my work day. Else I would get more complaints from my work due to my forgetfulness.

    Thank you

    • Dave

      Hey Maxx,

      I’m glad I was able to help. 🙂

      See, the main problem with most negative reviews from Amazon is that you can’t tell what condition the user of the product you are looking for, was in when they used it.

      I have often seen many people review a product negatively and after they are asked a few questions by the manufacturer regarding their state when they used it, they find out that they are the ones at fault, not the product.

      But it is always important to get reviews on a product from the customers as well as from review sites. This helps give you a better understanding of the product and what to expect from it.

  5. mike repluk

    Hi Oscar

    Great review!

    agree that Alpha Brain seems to be a bit pricy especially since some people like myself would be using up to 3 pills daily (according to your post I would fall into the overweight category lol

    As far as the side effects go I would much rather go with the lower price point from Aniracetam and not have to deal with annoying things such as slight jaw pain

    • Dave

      You are right Mike,

      Alpha brain is quite exexpensive for a supplement and yet it is unsafe. Aniracetam makes its exact opposite, cheaper and safer. 

  6. Jojo

    I have had concentration and memory problems all my life and something that could improve this would be of great help to me.
    I am currently working on building up an internet business and it requires a lot of time and effort to get it done effectively. Anything that would help me to concentrate would be most welcome.
    You recommend a product called Aniracetam. Is this something you should take all the time or should you just use it when you need more “brain power”
    Thank you

    • Dave

      Yes Jojo, 

      I prefer taking it when you need more brain power to take on projects. If you take it even at times when you don’t need it, it will only get you high for nothing since you won’t be using the energy it gives off.

      I hope I have answered your question. 

  7. Advent Voice

    Hey Dave, 

    I have a very simple question for you. Does it mean taking aniracetam is like an improved version of alpha brain without the side effects and of course at a cheaper price? 

    I really love alpha brain and was planning to save for it, but if this aniracetam bottle is almost the same as alpha brain, I guess it is the supplement to go for.

    What do you say?  Can we call aniracetam the better alpha 

    • Dave

      If that makes you feel good, I would definitely go with that description. 🙂

      It is better and much safer than alpha brain, and its potency  measures up to it. 

      So, yes. It is an improved version of alpha brain. 

  8. Orion

    Thanks for this informative post. I had heard of Alpha waves but not of Alpha Brain supplements.
    Reading your review made me think that this might really be good for ADHD people – could it possibly replace Retaline? And could it be given to children?
    There are a lot of possibilities available with this food supplement – thank you for this information!

    • Dave

      Hey Orion, 

      Sure this is one potent supplement but I wouldn’t use it to replace retalin.

      Ritalin is a medication which acts a treatment while alpha brain is just a supplement, and has not been confirmed to work on brain disorders like ADHD. 

      Also, alpha brain is not good for kids. It works well on most adults. 

      If you are on Ritalin for ADHD, I’d encourage you to stick to it but if you are merely using it as a brain supplement then you sure can replace it. 

      I hope this helps. 

  9. Carol

    It makes a lot of sense why someone would go for aniracetam instead of alpha brain especially with the dangerous side effects it comes with. I did know of aniracetam but never knew it was this great and potent. 

    Thanks a lot for the enlightenment on the power of aniracetam. It is the one I will get instead. 

    Cheers 🙂

    • Dave

      You are welcome Carol, 

      Aniracetam may sometimes be underestimated  but it is actually very effective when it comes to reducing anxiety and boosting your cognitive 

  10. Gomer Magtibay

    Being a pharmacist myself, just by looking at the ingredients, I am convinced of its efficacy. There are substances included that are known for their brain boosting power, although with some of them, I only saw them here. Now, my question is, with adverse effects like heart palpitation, is it okay to purchase this item online without a doctor’s prescription?

    • Dave

      Hey Gomer, 🙂

      I think the supplement comes with the prescription already, which is the dosage labeled on the actual supplement’s bottle. 

      Although, I do recommend you see a doctor first before you get started with it so that they see if you are fit for it health wise. Maybe it is there that they may change the dosage for you if they feel you are going to be affected in one way or another by the given dosage.

      Hope this helps. 🙂

  11. Darren

    First thing I noticed when I landed on your review is the high price tag….At $71 for 90 capsules, that’s almost $1 per capsule!

    But I guess if it really works as well as some of the people state in their product reviews, then the price would be worth it.

    I do a lot of writing and stuff that’s constantly using my mind full on, so I’ve been searching for supplements to boost brain power, just so I don’t feel so burnt out all the time. After reading your review this product does sound okay, so I might give it a try.

    • Dave

      You are right Darren, 

      Alpha brain sure does come with a hefty price tag. But then the quality of the supplement justifies the price. You should definitely give it a try and see how things will go for you. 🙂

      However, if you are short on cash at the moment, I would highly recommend you go for Aniracetam instead. It works just like alpha brain with fewer side effects and is much cheaper.

      Hope this helps.


  12. Donny

    Yeah, the benefits seem quite good, but I wouldn’t go for something like this when it has possible side effects that could be dangerous. Surely, like you’ve said, it depends on the person and his health, but still…

    It does seem quite expensive as well. Your other recommendation seems just so much better since there’s no side effects and it’s way cheaper.

    • Dave

      Hey Donny, 

      You are right. At times, working with alpha brain might seem a bit of a gamble considering it’s price and the side effects that come with it. It appears like buying something for a high price to risk your health. That’s why I have encouraged folks to first check with a doctor first before getting themselves into using it or any other supplements out there.

      However, going for Aniracetam is much better as it barely has any side effects if taken the right way, and the fact that it is cheaper makes it a better alternative to alpha brain. 

  13. Leah Vanier

    These pills sounds amazing. Just what I need to focus better on my work with a busy home life and children that don’t sleep well (which means I don’t sleep well either!).

    Do you know the percentage of users get the side effects you have listed? I do like that there are not many though. That is a huge plus considering some drugs have massive lists of side effects.

    • Dave

      Hey Leah, 

      I looked for customer reviews on it and it seems one out of every ten people experience the side effects. This means the side effects are not very prevalent on many people. So it is worth the shot if you feel it is your best fit. 

      Cheers. 🙂

  14. Tim Bennett!

    Hi Dave,

    Your review of Alpha Brain is very interesting and I sure could do with something to help me be more alert.

    It’s really great to see the list of ingredients so that we can check if we want to take them or not.

    I am just curious, is this review based on personal experience?

    Have you actually taken the product and if so what was your personal experience of it?

    It would be a good testimonial to know how you enjoyed it!

    Thanks for the report and I will check to see if it locally available in The Philippines and then get give it a try.



    • Dave

      Hey Tim, 

      I haven’t really given it a try yet because I have been on another intensive brain improvement program for the last 5 years and taking it would ruin the whole progress and brain development I have had since I started the program. But I did dig deep about it and had time to even see how a good number of users has to say about it.

      I would also like to encourage you to buy alpha brain online because it might be hard to get it locally, especially in the Philippines.

       And if you would, it would also be hard to know if it is the real bottle or it’s a counterfeit. I have had many cases where people got the wrong thing and thought the product was of poor quality when they had bought and received the wrong thing from local drug stores.

      To be safe, just order it online from amazon.

      Hope this helps. 🙂

  15. Bien

    Thanks for sharing this informative article. I never thought about this kind of product but it is good to know that there is Alpha Brain in the market to choose from. With the side effects, I will reconsider to review the product and I will definitely come back to your site to check your link. I will bookmark your site. For right now, I depend on energy drinks with everyday work. I actually have high blood pressure and I’m getting better but still taking maintenance medicine. Do you think this Alpha Brain is safe for me? Thanks a lot

    • Dave

      Hey there Bien, 

      Thanks for stopping by. 

      I am glad you liked the review. 🙂

      When it comes to your case and if I recommend you take alpha brain, I would say a lot depends.

      As I said in my review, the side effects of this product depends on your body composition and a few other factors.

      And since I can’t really be able to assess those, I would encourage you to visit your doctor so that he can check you and advise you accordingly. 

      It would be much better to professional advice before getting into the supplement so that you are completely sure that you are safe.

      Hope this has helped you.

      If you need more help, keep the discussion going. I would love to help where I can.

      Have a good day mate.

  16. Matthew Weaver

    Very interesting to me. I haven’t tried nootropics yet, but I’ve considered trying a popular product on amazon called, Genius Consciousness. Have you heard of it?

    P.S. I am heavily invested in learning techniques that boost memory. If you would ever consider doing a blog about mind mapping and memory techniques such as the method of loci, that would be really cool!

    • Dave

      Hallo there Matthew, 

      Nice to have you here.

      I have heard of the product and I am actually planning to do a review on genius consciousness pretty soon.

      About mind mapping and loci, I have done a review on a program I found pretty useful on mindmapping.

      You may want to check it out. Here is the link:

      Cheers mate. 🙂

  17. Jim

    I have been reading a few things on nootropics and one thing I like is that Alpha Brain actually did a study in 2015. From what I have gathered, some of these companies just throw together some ingredients that are supposed to work without really knowing if they do.

    There doesn’t seem to be a lot of side effects, the one of concern is the heart palpitations. Does this contain caffeine or could it be how larger amounts of the ingredients affect parts of the brain?

    • Dave

      Hey there Jim, 

      So happy to have you here. 🙂

      There is no caffeine in Alpha brain and I wouldn’t say that it is the ingredients since it is not all people who use it get the issue.

      The side effect of heart palpitations and its intensity pretty much depends on your health condition as you are taking alpha brain. 

      That is why I always recommend checking with a doctor before you actually get into it. That is the only to stay safe.

      Hope this helps.

      Have a nice day mate. 🙂

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