Life’s Armour AdderX Review Summary
Sadly this is just another white label scam. The exact same formula is used by dozens and dozens of other nootropics. They’re all sold exclusively through Amazon as this is the only way they can really generate sales. The sheer volume of customers that Amazon brings means someone is bound to buy this garbage. Using the ‘fulfilled by Amazon’ service means the “manufacturers” (probably some kids based in Thailand) don’t ever have to see, ship, or store the product. A total scam.
AdderX has obviously chosen its name in an attempt to fool people into thinking it is similar to Adderall in some way. It isn’t – not that you should be looking to use Adderall anyway! Life’s Armour AdderX a cheap proprietary blend full of fillers and bogus herbal extracts. Don’t waste your money on this stuff.
Where To Buy Life’s Armour AdderX
As it is just a scam using the ‘Amazon Method’, you wont be surprised to learn that Life’s Armour AdderX is sold exclusively through Amazon.
Full Life’s Armour AdderX Review
Life’s Armour AdderX is a natural nootropic supplement sold exclusively through Amazon. It is clearly been named to make people think it is in some way similar to Adderall – the incredibly powerful and dangerous synthetic study drug. Adderall is an amphetamine stack, so Life’s Armour AdderX probably wants to be seen as a kind of ‘natural alternative’.
We dislike piggybacking like this. For one thing, it encourages the use of those study drugs by making them look less harmful – as though there could be a similar natural supplement.
It is also incredibly pessimistic. A product should try to win users on its own terms, not by sounding like an already well-known, (sadly) quite widely used product.
But anyway, we can’t judge the stack based on its marketing tactics. We need to do a full and proper review of the formula to see what’s what. But first, let’s take a look at what this product actually claims to be.
As you can see on the bottle, this stack claims to deliver the following key benefits:
- Enhanced memory function
- Improved mood
- More mental alertness
- Greater focus & clarity
- “Neuroprotective effects”
That’s a great range of benefits. We’re particularly interested to see the reference to “neuroprotection”. A stack called ‘AdderX’ does not scream “long-term brain health” to us. Adderall is extremely damaging to both your health and your brain function in the long-term (and the short-term in our opinion).
This all looks great though.
The question is, does it actually work?
Does it stand a chance of doing ANY of these things?
Is Life’s Armour AdderX safe?
How does it fit into the market today? Can it compete with similar stacks available right now?
Find out by reading our full Life’s Armour AdderX review below. We begin by dissecting the formula to see if it matches the claims made by the manufacturer. At the end, we’ll tell you what we think of this natural nootropic as a whole.
Life’s Armour AdderX Formula
Take a look at the Life’s Armour AdderX formula:
This is a formula we’ve seen several times before.
We’ve actually lost count of how many times we’ve seen this label now.
Of course, each time it has a different name on the front. The background color is different, but the layout of the formula and the specifications are always identical.
This is a total scam – TO BE AVOIDED.
Proprietary Blend Scams
If you check out our article on white label/private label nootropic scams, you’ll see what we’re talking about when we call this product a complete rip-off.
You’ll also see just how many of these products are being sold on Amazon right now.
For example, take a look at the Bayberg Brain Booster formula:
What a coincidence, right?!
Basically, some wholesalers have white label formulas for sale. This means you can purchase pre-made, ‘off-the-rack’ bottles of nootropics and have the wholesaler put your branding on the bottle as they roll off the production line.
You only need to buy a few thousand bottles, and the cost is marginal (the wholesaler has the formula already and is churning out hundreds of thousands of bottles per week). Once your lot of, say, 5000 bottles is labeled and boxed up, the labeling machine gets a different pdf uploaded and somebody else’s order starts being fulfilled.
Your box can then be delivered straight to an Amazon warehouse for storage and shipping.
Since we’ve gone over this so many times before, we’ll leave that there and let you read the full article if you want more information.
But to put it simply: DON’T FALL FOR IT!
What About The Formula?
The formula itself is downright awful.
We have a handful of totally useless herbal extracts in here. They stand absolutely no chance of influencing your cognitive function in any way, shape, or form.
Licorice root does not impact brain function.
Olive leaf has no effect on focus, clarity, or memory.
Cinnamon doesn’t support long-term brain health and functionality at all.
We have no idea what the Grape Seed Extract in here actually contains. If it is highly concentrated sugar (which you can extract from grapes), then it doesn’t do us much good!
There’s also a lot of potential fillers in the Life’s Armour Adderx proprietary blend.
For example, there could be as much as 691mg of any single ingredient in the proprietary blend. So for all we know, 691mg of this blend could be cinnamon. That would certainly help the manufacturer keep costs to a minimum while still being able to claim tat their formula contains lots of interesting ingredients. After all, they only have to include a detectable amount of any substance to list it on the label.
It should be pretty obvious to you by now that this is not a high quality nootropic.
Life’s Armour AdderX Review Conclusion
This is just a generic, low quality private label product being presented as a unique, “pharma-grade” nootropic.
The manufacturers have tried to make their product sound like Adderall – something we HATE.
But what we hate even more is the use of these cheap proprietary blend stuffed full of useless, ineffective filler ingredients.
If you haven’t read it already, we strongly recommend that you check out our full article on private label nootropic scams.
Don’t waste your money on this garbage.