WHAT IS IT?
With sociological and environmental stressors growing at a most alarming rate, more and more people are feeling the burn of depression and anxiety. NutraTech, the company responsible for Alprazium, say that it is intended to be a market-leading stress and anxiety relief formula that “gently and safely promotes relaxation and mood improvement.” NutraTech’s website claims that it consists of eight of the best known ingredients for this purpose.
NutraTech is not at all transparent about what is contained within their product. Neither their website nor their Amazon product description lists any of these “best” eight ingredients. What’s more (or less?), they have to offer a legal caveat on their page, saying, “Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and different information than what is shown on our website.
“We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings and directions before using or consuming a product.”
This begs the question: When a company is legally obligated to warn consumers of the inaccurate or imprecise amounts of ingredients in their product, what kind of confidence is the consumer supposed to have in said product? If you ask me, the answer is none.
Alprazium has virtually no online presence considering the company responsible for it has put out a glut of popular nootropic blends. When you search for Alprazium on Reddit and similar platforms, results yield nothing but allusions to Alprazolam.
While the community at large isn’t giving this formula much word of mouth buzz, there are those who have reviewed it and they have offered a fairly complimentary rating. Groupon.com gave Alprazium five stars as did customers on Amazon.
Fakespot, on the other hand, found that 30% of all Alprazium reviews were low. They believe that there is deception involved, pointing to the possibility that the company responsible for the drug is spreading fake reviews or testimonials. Trustwerty seemed to echo this claim, giving Alprazium a 3.3 rating, extremely low for a nootropic supplement of this sort.
Evidence does support the hypothesis that Alprazium’s positive reviews are merely paid advertising or false reviews as many of them use the same phrase in all caps: POWERFUL, FAST-ACTING NATURAL INGREDIENTS.
NutraTech is a company whose supplements are subject to much speculation and studies have not been conducted to determine their supplements’ efficacy. For those seeking an herbal alternative to anti-anxiety medications, this may or may not be a viable choice. To read more about Alprazium check out NutraTech’s official website here.