It’s that time of day again – the mid-afternoon slump. It feels like time for a nap or a giant cup of coffee. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to get past this time of day without having to try to ramp up again before the end of the day? Can you imagine how much productivity is lost during these mid afternoon hours because of post lunch food coma?
Thanks to Accelerated Intelligence I received a complimentary sample of Excelerol for the purposes of review. Excelerol is a brain health supplement which promises to support focus, memory, concentration and alertness. It’s combination of amino acids, herbs and natural extracts provides a base of nutrients and stimulants that encourage better brain function.
When I first started taking Excelerol I noticed a taste like acetone in my mouth after consumption. It was weird. I learned that to benefit from the supplement without experiencing this side effect I had to make sure to take it along with plenty of water and food. Taken first thing in the morning it will give you pep without heart racing and mental clarity until lunchtime. I’d recommend taking it again only at lunch to prevent sleeplessness. I guess this is unless you need energy to pull an all-nighter. If you are looking for a mild boost that lasts all day taking 1 capsule three times a day should do it.
An interesting sensation I experienced is a sense of inner coolness and freshness. I didn’t know what to make of that at first until I read the ingredients. It contains peppermint oil and holy basil!
I wanted to share with you some information found on the package –
Excelerol Is –
- Powerful ingredients
- Liquid suspension technology
- Standardized extracts
- High potency
- Contains botanical sources of caffeine
- Vcap(TM) 100% vegetarian capsules
- Green Tea, Black Tea & White Tea
- Guarana & Kola Nut
- Bacopa Monnieri
- Ginko Biloba
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