Free Your MindTM
- Supports Memory, Focus, Concentration and Alertness
- May Support Healthy Cortisol Levels
- Supports Mental Clarity
- Supports Healthy Cognitive Function
Excelerol is on the cutting edge of brain health. Clinical studies show that the ingredients found in Excelerol are effective for improving your memory, concentration, and alertness. Powered by superior ingredients such as citicoline and phosphatidylserine, Excelerol is a non-prescription brain-health formula that can help support your most valuable asset – your brain. Excelerol’s advanced 100% vegetarian liquid capsules allow for rapid absorption.
Whether you’re studying for a huge test, working on your next genius idea, or just rolling up your sleeves and getting ready to get serious about a big project, Excelerol can help support the memory, focus, and concentration you need now to reach your optimal brain power.
Excelerol was created over a span of 5 years to become the best possible brain nutrition and life expansion product available.
Short, medium, and long-term benefits
- The time-released green tea and vitamin B-12 help you feel alert and prepared for the day within 45 minutes
- Cortisol release reduced with regular use
- Cognitive enhancement (greatest benefits after 6-9 months of use)
Because the large number of pharmaceutical grade ingredients in this formula, including its unique time-release system which delivers green tea and vitamin B-12, we cannot offer this product at a discount rate.
Take 2-6 capsules per day, depending on weight and metabolism. A typical dose is 2 vegetarian softgels in the morning and 2 in the afternoon. If you are planning high mental activity, you may wish to take another in the evening. Maximum recommended dose is 6 per day. Most effective when taken prior to mental or physical activity.
Excelerol contains 90 vegetarian softgels per bottle.
Excelerol does not contain any artificial forms of caffeine, but it does contain 75mg caffeine per capsule from natural plants sources such as green tea and guarana.
View clinical studies information and references here – Research on Excelerol