Profiderall vs AdderRX & Adderall – My Evaluation

profiderall vs adderall I have tried several products that are very similar to AdderRX by Nexgen Biolabs and I have to say that I am actually surprised and impressed with this supplement. I wasn’t expecting much, it didn’t have the same amount of buzz, reputation or brand exposure as Profiderall, but in my experience and trying and comparing both Profiderall vs AdderRX unbiased I have to say that it was a way better bang for the buck.

I felt that it lasted much longer and the come down was less annoying. That is that its beneficial effects are spread over a longer period of time, and as the product starts to wear off and die down, it doesn’t do so with one big crash. Profideral on the other hand did give the same type of boost to my mental powers, but it didn’t last as long and it when it did start to wear off, it did so very rapidly, often leaving me feeling drained and sometimes slightly depressed? I would say that buying AdderRX (best prices available here) would also be much smarter if you have depression problems already.

I have also tried Adderall and Ritalin, the prescription medications that these dietary supplements are trying to mimic in a sense. That stuff is STRONG and I had wild side effects and disturbances to my daily habits. I would definitely not take it again as it has been shown to be habit forming and turn people into addicts. Comparing Adderall vs Profiderall and AdderRX really isn’t a fair judgment to make, they are in completely differently leagues, but I think I’ll stick to the legal over the counter supplements instead of the harsh prescription drugs anyways!I really liked this product and am going to order a couple more bottles, perhaps after the school year I will start experimenting more with other products and the individual ingredients all mixed up, but for now I just want to stick to something that is working and not waste my money experimenting.


AdderRX better than Profiderall or Adderall
Rating: 4.5 out of 5
Visitor: Cam Snead on
May 7 2013
AdderRX

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