AdreCor supplement is a proprietary nootropic brain drug that aims to stimulate the adrenal glands to obtain natural energy. By blending herbal remedies, amino acids and minerals to spur on hormone release, it acts as an organic energy builder. Some have questioned whether this over-the-counter dietary supplement is any different from amphetamines and other prescription stimulants. The answer lies below in our comprehensive consideration of this blend from NeuroScience, a company that has been called a “superior manufacturer” by


AdreCor is billed as a natural nervous system support drug, and is used to vanquish stress and improve fatigue. By promoting normal adrena function, it acts as a natural performance enhancer. It is also taken to ameliorate concentration. Many specialists have recommended AdreCor use to patients with deficiencies in the following areas: epinephrine, norepinephrine and cortisol.


NeuroScience’s exciting supplement has been embraced by a growing number of nootropic review sites and consumer portals. Although the cats at only gave it two and a half stars, others like Pure Formulas have given it a five star rating. Consumer Health Digest ranks it high, saying that AdreCor comes from a company with a good reputation and pointing out that several studies have supported the efficacy of the product.

Consumer reviews at are overwhelmingly in favor of AdreCor with one person documenting their experience with the supplement a whole six months after beginning a daily regimen.

“I take only 1-2 capsules each morning. I very quickly found that my brain ‘woke up’ earlier in the day than before and my energy levels mildly increased.

Unfortunately, this same consumer reports adverse effects after prolonged use. “I am now getting HYPER effects,” he writes. “I feel as if I’ve been running a marathon! Adrenaline rushes are even waking me in the night. My heart rate and blood pressure have increased. I am having headaches, extreme muscle weakness, light-headedness and exhaustion. My blood work attests to the fact that I am now in a hyper-adrenal state.”

Such experiences may turn potential users off to the benefits of AdreCor, but for every user who has had a negative reaction to the drug, there are several prononents of the drug that publicly sing its praises. “AdreCor is my go-to supplement for studying,” Sarah writes on the same review site. Some call it awesome, some call it “the best.” Users should make up their own mind by giving this signature blend a go.


As we covered above, AdreCor has proven advantageous to a multitude of people suffering from assorted forms of fatigue and weakness as well as those looking to pick up a sport or improve muscle mass. It is a favorite among bodybuilders. Here is a full list of its benefits:

  • Improves Fatigue
  • Reduces Stress
  • Eliminates Tiredness
  • Fights Anxiety
  • Improves Memory
  • Provides Clarity
  • Enhances Adrenal Gland Functionality
  • Promotes Multiple Areas of Cognition


As we saw in the gentleman’s story above, AdreCor can have deleterious side effects. Here is a list of the most common effects associated with AdreCor use:

  • Hormone Deficiency (This occurs after a period of increase in energy)
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety
  • Panic Attacks
  • Increased Heart Rate

Like all nootropics, AdreCor use should be regulated and recommended dosages should be followed. Do not consume more than is safely suggested. Consult a physician and discontinue AdreCor use if any of the above manifest and/or persist.


NeuroScience suggests that users take 1-3 capsules one to two times daily. We recommend that users start with 1 capsule and document it efficacy before increasing dosage. Persons with preexisting heart conditions and the like should discuss their desire to purchase AdreCor prior to starting their initial regimen. Be cautious, be safe and liberate your body’s core potential.

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Erica Silva is a blogger by choice. She loves to discover the world around her. She likes to share her discoveries, experiences and express herself through her blogs. Currently, she is associated with DementiaTalk Team.

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