Nexgen Biolabs Amphetarol Reviewed

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Really Work as Vyvanse Substitute?

NexGen BioLabs has created an interesting product with Amphetarol. It’s a brand new extended release ADHD alternative supplement. We here at Top OTC Alternatives are always trying to find the facts on drugs like this one, so we will share what we know so far, from our initial findings, it seems extremely similar to AdderRx.

Amphetarol was meant to increase energy, focus, memory and mental cognition. What truly sets it apart from other similar products is the length of time it is meant to work for. While other over the counter Adderall alternatives, or prescription medications like Adderall itself, are only meant to last from 3-5 hours, this Amphetarol is supposed to work for 6 or more. They also claim that prolonged usage of over 3 months can positively affect your mood, your ability to retain things in your memory, and your cognitive abilities. We are trying to find anybody that can back these claims up. If you have any experience with this, please leave a comment below.

Does Amphetarol Work?

It’s very hard to say if it’s going to work since it hasn’t been released yet, but the ingredients in it have all shown that they can be effective at increasing energy, memory, and focus. Their claims that it can have a positive long term effect on your mind are intriguing. Two members of the team here will give their opinion on how well this acts as a brain supplement and report back. Make sure you come back to see what they have to say!

Amphetarol Ingredients

Here is the list of ingredients that are contained in the proprietary formula of Amphetarol. Many of them are well known central nervous system stimulants and neurotransmitters.

Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) – It is believed that this primary alcohol can have a positive effect on your mood as well as focus. Studies are still going on to confirm this, but results for use as an ADHD medication have been promising.
1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine (Caffeine) – A fancy name for the most common stimulant of all, caffeine. Many of the other ingredients in this blend have a synergistic effect with this.
Beta-Phenylethylamine (PEA) – This is found naturally in cocoa beans. It is believed to work as a central nervous system stimulant although studies are still being done to better confirm this.
L-Theanine – Found naturally in green tea, theanine is used to increase memory and cognition as well as decrease anxiety. Studies haven’t been extensive enough to say if this has been proven to be effective, but it is used in Alzheimer treatments.
Cytidine 5′ Diphosphocholine (CDP-Choline) – This helps with blood circulation in the brain. It has shown to be effective at improving memory, cognition, and focus. Because of these properties, it has been used in treating both Alzheimer and ADHD patients.
Synephrine HCL – This naturally occurs in oranges with the highest concentration found in bitter oranges. This version is synthetic though and usually used in weight loss formulas. It acts as a stimulant which can burn fat.
N,N-dimethyl-4-hydroxyphenylethylamine (Hordenine) – This is another ingredient found in some weight loss pills. It has been shown that Hordenine stimulates the release of norepinephrine. This energizes you and causes it to work as a CNS stimulant.
Schizandrol A – Researchers have found a link between this and increases in central nervous system inhibition as well as increase in dopamine levels. The effect of this on people is an increase in focus.
Vinpocetine – This is another ingredient that has shown promise in increasing memory function in people. It has been used in Alzheimer treatment.

Weight Loss

There is a definite possibility for losing weight with Amphetarol. It includes many stimulants that have been proven to work as fat burners. Along with the fat burning properties, ingredients that release neurotransmitters that affect mood will have an effect on appetite. We will look for weight loss effects when we test this product out.

Amphetarol Side Effects

Each ingredient found in this brain supplement has been approved by the FDA and has its own list of side effects. However, there hasn’t been any statement from NexGen about side effects their clinical trials have shown. It’s difficult to say how the side effects for each ingredient compare to the ones seen when they are all used together. Remember to always consult a physician before beginning to take a dietary supplement such as this.

Customer Reviews

We haven’t gotten many customer Amphetarol reviews about the product yet. Contact us or leave a comment bellow if you have tried it and let us know what you think. When we get some more reviews we’ll make a dedicated reviews page. Stay tuned from a first-hand review from the Top OTC Alternatives team as we test it out for ourselves.

ADHD Medication Comparison

This section compares Amphetarol and prescription ADHD medication that it can be an alternative to. More in-depth comparisons of how effective they are will be made when we have some more data about the effectiveness of Amphetarol.

Amphetarol vs Adderall XR

Both products are meant for extended release. However, what they consider extended release is a bit different. For a prescription medication, extended release is about 8-12 hours, which should get you through the bulk of your day. Apparently in the world of these alternative supplements where the average duration of effects is around 4 hours, extended release can be considered around 6 hours. For long term use, Amphetarol is actually supposed to begin to show even further benefits, while Adderall XR is supposed to be re-evaluated for patients after 4 weeks of use.

Amphetarol vs Vyvanse

Vyvanse is another extended release prescription ADHD med. The duration of its effects is 10-12 hours, which is close to double that of Amphetarol. The long term use of Vyvanse can result in dependence, similar to any amphetamine stimulants.

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Best OTC Adderall Alternative

In this section we will compare Amphetarol to some other similar health supplements meant to improve focus and energy.

Amphetarol vs AdderRx

AdderRx is a similar product sold by NexGen that is a dietary supplement meant to increase energy and focus. The main differences between the two OTC supplements, according to NexGen, are the length of time they are effective, Amphetarol is an extended release and should last about 2 hours longer. NexGen also states that Amphetarol has long term effects on mood, memory, and mental cognition that make it act more as a brain supplement than AdderRx does.

Where to Buy Amphetarol Online

Amphetarol was originally only available on Amazon from a third party shipper and seller. It has since been made available from the NexGen website and can be found under the Products menu.

Where to Purchase In Stores

It seems that Amphetarol is only available online. Stores such as CVS, GNC, Walmart, Walgreens, and Rite-Aid do not carry it and that is unlikely to change in the future..

Best Price on Amphetarol

From Oct. 23 to Nov. 5 if you buy from the NexGen website using the link below and the coupon code 20off200 you can receive $20 off an order of $200 or more. This is available for any of their products, so you don’t have to buy $200 of Amphetarol.

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  1. Have any questions or concerns about this product? Ask me below and I’ll do my best to answer for you asap!

  2. It’s getting more difficult to locate AdderRx, and when I purchased Amphetarol, the bottle I received was clearly originally an AdderRx bottle, and had an Amphetarol label pasted over the top. The ingredient lists were almost identical, the only difference I can see being the addition of beta-phenylethlamine. It looks like Amphetarol might be replacing AdderRx.

    • I know for sure that AdderRx is still available from the manufacturer’s website, but Amphetarol isn’t on there. I just had a look and it seems Amphetarol is available on Amazon but AdderRx isn’t. Not too sure what is going on here. I have bought some Amphetarol on Amazon and I’m waiting to receive it. Once I try it myself and compare it to AdderRx I’ll make my own decision on which I’ll stick with and update this page with what I find out.

      • Hey Sarah,

        I am going to try Amphetarol for the first time today and wanted to see if you had any side effects. It seems to be very promising so I am looking forward to the result.


        • Hi there Nicole,

          Unfortunately I have no experience with Amphetarol myself. From looking at the ingredients that they list on it, it’s very similar to AdderRx and there is even some overlap with PhenRx. I’d suggest looking into those products as there is a lot more information out there about them.

  3. Nicole can you please share your experience with Amphetarol? Thanks!

  4. I just tried Amphetarol for the first time today. I’m a 145 lb male about 5’6″ in height. I got this product as an alternative to Adderall for ADD. I noticed a moderate increase in my ability to focus and stay on task. Drowsiness throughout the day has not been an issue. The energetic effects are similar to those found in 5 hr energy drinks, and a bit more pronounced. Thus far, the major side effect I notice are chills (similar to Adderall). It’s a bit weird, but for me, the first thing I noticed were the jump in energy and chills. I didn’t notice a jump on my ability to focus until about 45 minutes later. I will be happy to check in again after a couple weeks.

  5. I love this product. I am just wondering if I have to take a drug screen for a job will anything show up?

    • That really depends on what they are looking for in your drug test. The best advice I can give you is to find out what drugs they are looking for and compare it to our ingredient list we provide. If you have purchased the product, the ingredients list should also be on the bottle.

  6. Hi Sarah;
    I see you posted in July that you ordered Amphetoral from Amazon and you would post your opinion. I don’t see any posts regarding your experience. Can you please let me know what you thought or think of Amphetoral?

  7. Hi my son is 12 years old and he has been diagnosed with ADHD and ODD. We have a doctor who has prescribed so many drugs for my son but nothing works. We finally gave up and don’t know who else can help us. We stopped taking the drugs. My son is very active. He doesn’t pay attention to anything for any amount of time. He goes to school 2 hours a day. The school doesn’t know how to deal with my son. Can one of u suggest medicine for him to try?

  8. I have persistent depression. Vyvance helps to motivate me. However the side effects of sore mouth, uncontrollable tongue and clinching of teeth (tics) are unbearable. Would someone reply as to whether anyone experienced tics with vyvance and not with amphetoral. Thank you – Yvonne

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