Previously, we’ve already been able to review another nootropic quite similar to Doxiderol – Focus Boost. Why we say this is due to the vast similarities between Focus Boost and Doxiderol in their websites. In which, if you take a look at some of the information and pictures on both sites, you’ll notice many interesting similarities.
Usually, when there are similarities between two products under the same company, we should take notice to whether they’re using the same ingredients, with slight tweaks, suggesting a simple tweak might be enough to create a completely new, rebranded product.
Supplement Facts (Ingredients)
Vitamin B6 5mg
Vitamin B12 5mcg
Vitamin B5 2mg
Doxiderol Proprietary Blend 251.7mg
– Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Bacopa Extract,
1,3 Dimethylamylamine, Huperzine A, Vinpocetine
As noticeable above, Doxiderol actually contains some stark differences to Focus Boost’s formula. For one, Doxiderol contains Huperzine A and Dimethylamylamine, which is not found in Focus Boost. Additionally, Doxiderol also contains Vitamins B5, B6, and B12.
This is actually quite an interesting selection due to the fact that these ingredients that were not included in Focus Boost aid a lot in memory. Huperzine A has been shown in mice to aid in memory consolidation, with better memory recall and retention. According to some tests, it also allows vivid dreams in some users. Dimethylamylamine, on the other hand, is a fast-acting decongestant that has similar effects to a stimulant. However, it is quite easy to overdose on it, due to the small allowance of dosage the substance has. Also, take note that Dimethylamylamine was added to the World Anti-Doping Agency’s substances in 2010. Meaning, if you play sports competitively, you might not want to take Doxiderol.
Brain Enhancing Effects
We had quite a few volunteers come forth to test Doxiderol after simply posting its formula. We noticed a lot of our readers were interested in the Dimethylamylamine ingredient not commonly seen in many other nootropics. The study spanned a period of 3 months, in which our volunteers and office participants had to come in every few days to report results and participate in a unique test we’ve crafted that measures changes in cognitive abilities.
Initially, our participants started already noticing the effects of Doxiderol. They noted on the amount of focus and alertness that Doxiderol allowed them. After the first few days, though, our participants noted that the effects of Doxiderol sharply dropped – possibly due to the buildup of tolerance. However, they still noted a boost of focus that persisted throughout the duration of the trials. There were no other reported effects
According to our tests, though, we found that there was only actually a small boost in focus. Comparing the results of their tests in the beginning and at the end of the study, the increases were only marginal. Additionally, although no one noted boosts in memory, there were slight increases in memory capabilities, as well as alertness and mood as well.
Some of the side effects our participants noted throughout the study were some stomach upsets, especially when taking Doxiderol at a higher dose. Additionally, there were reports of high irritability too, to the point where some of our participants felt they were becoming a bit anti-social. This was fixed, for the most part, by a slight adjustment in daily dosage.
Interestingly, though, there were no withdrawal symptoms from the stimulant effects of Dimethylamylamine, which stimulants like caffeine and guarana would normally cause.
Doxiderol has received quite favorable reviews from most of our readers. There were only a few readers who gave it a negative rating, but most gave it a higher score than what our trials resulted in. Our readers noted on how well it allowed them to perform on an exam, and although not as strong as Adderall, gave them a constant boost of focus throughout the night. Apparently, none of our readers mentioned anything about Doxiderol aiding memory either.
Despite this, Doxiderol seems to be doing quite well – proving that it might just be that much better than Focus Boost, and actually comes in as quite a good contender against other nootropics in the industry.
Top10BrainPills.com Score for Doxiderol: 8.7 out of 10