Alpha ZXT Review    

What is Alpha ZXT?

When searching for the next best nootropic, we come across all kinds of things. While many of the products we find are good quality, reliable and effective brain pills, there are also plenty of duds out there, which are put out by scam artists. Alpha ZXT is clearly the latter. In this review, we’ll explain why you should avoid this self-proclaimed ‘powerful brain booster’ at all costs.

First of all, the Alpha ZXT website is extremely suspect. There is only one page, which is filled with vague statements about how great the product is and what it can do, many of which are written in broken English. There is no information about who it’s manufactured by, although it’s clearly made by the same people behind Synapsyl, as they both have the same ‘viagra for the brain’ slogan and even the same images on their sites. It appears that they’ve been much lazier with Alpha ZXT.

The site contains no details of what ingredients Alpha ZXT contains, or even how much it is. There’s no contact information, either. The site is just full of bogus claims and banners saying ‘rush my order’ to convince you to buy it before you start questioning anything. It states several times that Alpha ZXT is ‘100% safe and effective’, but with no evidence to back that up, we’re more than skeptical.

Alpha ZXT Effects

Here are some of the promises the Alpha ZXT website makes about the product:

  • Intense focus
  • Cognitive precision
  • Effective nootropic
  • Mental clarity and focus
  • Improve recall
  • Enhanced brain concentration
  • Improve memory and brain

Those last two don’t even make sense, it seems like they’ve just thrown the word ‘brain’ in there in an attempt to make it sound better. For us, it had the opposite effect.

Alpha ZXT Ingredients

Alpha ZXT doesn’t provide a list of ingredients, but promises that whatever it does contain is ‘healthy and natural’. That’s not enough for us. The website does mention phosphatidylserine and phosphatidylcholine, although very vaguely, and fails to mention any amounts. Brain Enhancement Advisor claim to know the ingredients list after purchasing a bottle and finding it on the label, and described them as follows:

Vitamin E

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B12

Folic Acid

‘Brain Blend’ proprietary blend


Omega-3 complex


Gingko Biloba leaf extract

Alpha Lipoic Acid



It’s unsurprising that Alpha ZXT uses a proprietary blend, since their manufacturers are so reluctant to provide any useful information about it. There are some ingredients there which are known for their effectiveness. GABA, gingko, vinpocetine, huperzine-A and phosphatidylserine are all used in some of the best nootropics on the market, so could potentially make a good brain supplement. However, even if this list is accurate, which we can’t confirm, we are still left guessing about their exact amounts, so can’t know how effective Alpha ZXT can be.

Alpha ZXT Reviews

There were rumours of Alpha ZXT being endorsed by Jamie Foxx, Denzel Washington and Tiger Woods, which were proven to be untrue by Snopes.

A review by Supplement Police showed some of the same concerns we have, and one commenter there claimed to have been conned out of their money out of trying to order:

“I am too trusting. I should have done more research and reviewed the comments that I am now reading. I got duped 🙁 I ordered the product. I was given a tracking number, but no mailing agency to track. Finally, found a phone number 1-855-962-7747. That number doesn’t even ring. Please be careful, consumers”  – Alicia

Brain Enhancement Advisor claims that despite Alpha ZXT’s shortcomings, it’s still a good product. They somehow scored it at 87%, but we’re not convinced.

Summary – Don’t Buy Alpha ZXT 

Under the ‘Where to Buy’ heading on the website, it says ‘this effective and valuable brain enhancer can be bought online. You just need to visit some companies offering some different brain supplement and bought this product’. Even if we forgive the writer for their poor English, this information is not helpful at all. This is a pattern displayed throughout the entire website; they just dance around in circles trying to sell the product to you without having to provide any real information about it.

Clicking on the link to order Alpha ZXT from the official website directs you to a page advertising another supplement called ‘Brain Pill IQ’. Another link from a review of Alpha ZXT directed to yet another pill, ‘Nowtropic‘. This is clearly just a scam, and a case of a company reinventing themselves under new names to dupe more people into buying their sub-par products. We’ve seen it all before. We can’t even know how much Alpha ZXT costs, since the website’s links all direct elsewhere. It seems as though whoever is behind this scam has moved on to other incarnations of the product and has just left the website up in hopes that people will be persuaded to buy whatever they’re selling. With so many superior products out there, we can’t think of a single reason to buy Alpha ZXT.

AddTablets.Com Rating: 5%



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