About Cerebral Charge
Cerebral Charge claims to be a scientifically formulated brain supplement that can enhance focus and attention, promote working memory, support stress management, and help you effectively store and retrieve information. In order to accomplish this, Cerebral Charge is claimed to boost production of key neurotransmitters in your brain, which may help maximize your brain’s potential. In fact, Cerebral Charge claims to be so effective that it’s become a top-selling brain supplement, and that “you’ll be shocked it’s not a prescription.”
Cerebral Charge Ingredients
According to the supplement’s website, Cerebral Charge features a fully-balanced synergistic blend of neural-focusing ingredients that boost acetylcholine neurotransmitter production and maintain high levels of neurological activity, while keeping you calm and focused. These ingredients include:
- L-Tyrosine 300mg – Helps your body produce L-dopa, which is a precursor to dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine.
- Phenylethylamine 100mg – A chemical that may help improve mood without any jitteriness.
- L-Theanine 100mg – A neurotransmitter that can help provide a sense of calm, without affecting neural activity.
- Vinpocetine – May help increase blood and oxygen flow to the brain.
- GABA 500mg – Helps mediate neural activity.
- Alphasize Alpha GPC 100mg (50% Choline) – May help increase acetylcholine (AC) levels in the brain, leading to improved focus, memory, and motivation.
- Vitamin B12 – May help increase neurotransmitter production, including serotonin, norepinephrine, dopamine and GABA.
Important note: BrainSupplementReviews.org indicates that Cerebral Charge also includes 75mg of caffeine anhydrous, but does not include vinpocetine in its ingredients list. We’ll talk more about this in the final section.
The manufacturer claims that Cerebral Charge is safe for use at home, work, or school, and that each dose lasts approximately 4-6 hours. After continued use, the supplement’s website indicates that some users have continued experience benefits for up to one month after stopping.
Cerebral Charge Pricing & Refund Policy
Cerebral Charge is priced as follows:
- 1-Month Supply: $19.95, plus $4.95 S&H
- 2-Month Supply: $39.90, plus free shipping
- 3-Month Supply: $59.85, plus free shipping and 1 free bottle of Cerebral Charge
All purchases are claimed to come with a 90-day, 100% money back guarantee, less S&H charges. However, this only applies to one used bottle, while all others must be unopened and in saleable condition.
In order to begin the refund process, you’ll need to contact customer service at 866-479-5292.
Can Cerebral Charge Really Help You Think Better?
If you’re looking for a little extra “edge” in your though processes, can Cerebral Charge really help you improve focus, attention, working memory, and stress management? Maybe, but consider the following:
No Product Label
Although we found at least one third-party website that listed dosages for each of Cerebral Charge’s ingredients, none of this information (or a product) label is provided on the Cerebral Charge website that can be used to verify the accuracy of this information. However, the Cerebral Charge website does provide a list of ingredients and fairly detailed descriptions.
For more detailed information about this, be sure to read through our article titled The Truth About Memory Supplements.
The Efficacy of Cerebral Charge’s Ingredients
Although Cerebral Charge is claimed to be scientifically formulated, let’s take a closer look at some of the clinical evidence supporting the efficacy of its ingredients:
L-Tyrosine may be effective for improving alertness following a lack of sleep, but there is insufficient evidence showing that it can provide any other brain benefits.
While phenylethylamine may help improve mood and reduce appetite, there is insufficient evidence showing it boosts neurotransmitter production.
Although L-Theanine is often used as a preventative treatment against Alzheimer’s disease, and that it has a similar chemical structure to another amino acid, there is insufficient evidence showing that it can provide any cognitive benefits.
Vinpocetine does have some beginning research showing that it “might enhance memory in normal volunteers,” but there remains insufficient evidence to conclude that it does.
GABA may be possibly effective for high blood pressure and motion sickness, but there is insufficient evidence for any of its other claimed benefits.
Choline (contained in Alphasize Alpha GPC) can have some neural benefits related to tube defects in babies, but it’s likely ineffective for memory loss due to age, and there remains insufficient evidence for other brain-related claims.
Vitamin B12 can be very beneficial for those with vitamin B deficiencies, but it’s inconclusive as to whether or not it can help with brain-related issues.
No Customer Feedback
Finally, although the Cerebral Charge URL was first registered in May 2014, there are no online customer reviews available that can be used to gauge satisfaction levels.
However, we did learn that Cerebral Charge is manufactured by Nutripharm, LLC, although the company is not listed with the BBB.
Brain supplements are all the rage lately, but considering the lack of a product label and online customer reviews, as well as the fact that Cerebral Charge’s ingredients haven’t been clinically proven to boost your brain power, you may want to speak with your physician about addition methods of improving focus.
2 out 2 people found this review helpful
I can feel the difference.
I think if you think this is going to make you smarter then you will feel it didn't work but. For me, what it did was speed up my thinking. I was quicker at making decisions and made good decisions. It also helped with my extreme fatigue I have due to sleep apnea.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out 3 people found this review helpful
Didn't Make A Difference
I purchased a one-month supply of Cerebral Charge, and unfortunately, didn't feel any difference from taking the product. I took 2 capsules in the morning before breakfast with water (like how he bottle instructs), then took another 2 capsules in the afternoon (optional). Nothing came of it. I knew I was gambling buying a product like this, so I'm not too disappointed. But, at least I know now that this particular product doesn't work. I am hesitant to even try another similar product, though. My suggestion to anyone purchasing products like these is to really do your research FIRST and read ALL Reviews and weigh out your options. Make a smart decision, based on your research. Don't go off of the product's website because they will hype it up and make it seem like the greatest thing on the planet. I think I will just do the old school thing and take all natural ginkgo biloba and echinacea supplements you can buy OTC.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend