Addium is a dietary supplement produced by a non-reputable and badly known company. It has its official website but the latter depicts neither any product's ingredients, nor possible side effects after consuming them. The professionally made design of the website is of no help to people who want to know these two main points about Addium. The manufacturer gives the following address: 711 South Carson St. Suite 4, Carson City, NV 89701. They also inform a telephone number calling to which I have not been answered.

According to the official website, Addium is a mental enhancement formula that is intended to raise energy levels, boost one's brain performance, and maintain focus. The promises are loud. But does the product really work or is it another scam? We're going to learn it by discussing the main ingredients of the supplement.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

There is no information about possible side effects of Addium on the official website. But there isn't any supplement that wouldn't cause any side effects, and this one is no exception. Looking at its main ingredients, it is clear that not all ingredients are natural, that's why they may carry some potential dangers. Besides, the product's label doesn't state dosages of its main ingredients.

Addium contains caffeine, which carries a lot of side effects including anxiety, increased blood pressure, and jitters. If you are sensitive to coffee, avoid using this product, as you may experience severe reactions.

Online I have found too many people who complain of side effects while using Addium. The #1 complaint concerns a rash on the neck, face, and other parts of the body. Probably, this happens due to the heavy content of Vitamin B3 (Niacin), which is 30 mg. The product's makers commented this side effect answering that they were planning to remove Niacin from this product completely.

Huperzine A can also cause some adverse reactions including diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, sweating, slurred speech, loss of appetite, restlessness, twitching and contraction of muscle fibers, increased amount of urine and saliva, cramping, inability to control urination, slowed heart rate, and high blood pressure. This constituent is prohibited to usage by pregnant and breast-feeding women, people with a slow heart rate, epilepsy, gastrointestinal (GI) tract blockage, sores in the stomach, emphysema, asthma, blockage of the urinary tract, problems with reproductive system.

"Addium is a scam. The two things you will feel is the niacin (blood flow) and the caffine but even the energy you get out of it is piss poor. No doubt they stuck a few other things in there at very low doses"

"Addium really is like a caffeine pill, not much different. It does have terrible side effects too, like headaches, jitters, etc"

"They have done ZERO research on Addium, and there are ZERO medical publications to support this product"