Accelerin is a brain supplement that claims it may help improve your memory, focus, and boost your energy levels. They insist Accelerin contains a one-of-a-kind formula of the best all-natural ingredients that ensures you’ll get the exact dosage you need to improve all areas of cognitive health.

What’s in Accelerin that makes it so great for my brain?

Accelerin is said to contain vitamin B3 (aka Niacin) and vitamin B6 (aka pyridoxine hydrochloride), which they claim have been shown to increase memory recall in adults of almost all ages. While lower levels of niacin are found in people with Alzheimer’s, there is no evidence taking a stand-alone supplement will prevent it. WebMD states that taking pyridoxine does not seem to improve mental function in healthy adults.

Accelerin does give a listing of the other ingredients via a Supplement Facts label

As we have discussed many times before in articles about brain supplements as well as reviews of other smart drugs – there is little to no evidence any of them have any effect on memory, focus, or brain activity.

If experiments have been done, they have been conducted with individual ingredients on lab rats or in test tubes. No large-scale human double-blind placebo-controlled studies exist for any of them or of the Accelerin blend…

...except, of course, caffeine.

Caffeine is the world’s most popular stimulant that has been shown to help people concentrate and be more alert. Recent research has found that 200 mg of caffeine a day may boost long term memory.

The downside of caffeine are the jitters, anxiety, insomnia and other side effects that can happen in doses of 500 mg or more. Note that the “proprietary blend” of ingredients is listed as 545 mg and caffeine is listed at the top, but there is no indication how much caffeine is in each Accelerin.

How much does it cost for a bottle of Accelerin?

  • 1 bottle Accelerin = $58.95
  • ​3 bottles Accelerin = $126.90
  • 5 bottles Accelerin = $159.95

All orders include free shipping.

Accelerin comes with a 30-money back guarantee, but this is minus any shipping charges (they encourage you to send it back using some kind of third party delivery confirmation) and they charge a $9.95 restocking fee. They strongly advise you to call customer service for an RMA number first.

Accelerin customer service telephone number: 888-535-5789

Bottom Line: Is Accelerin a smart way for me to supercharge my brain?

No. Why do we say this? Because as we pointed out earlier, there is no evidence any of its ingredients, save caffeine, will do anything for your memory or focus. If you pop a couple of these pills and have a couple cups of joe in the am you run the risk of the jitters, nausea, headaches, or worse.

Generally speaking, we do not recommend buying any supplement unless they carry the US Pharmacopeia (USP) Seal. USP is one of the oldest non-profit independent laboratories in the US that certifies what’s inside the bottle matches what is on the label. Otherwise, you run the risk of getting powdered rice or some other ingredient inside your capsule.

Accelerin does not carry the USP Seal.

Fake Affiliate Alert

Another tip-off that Accelerin is not as legit as they say is the number of fake affiliates that clog up the search engine results when you type in “Accelerin reviews”

Note the poor English in the page excerpts…

These sites pretend to give you an unbiased review, but in reality are either run by the people who make Accelerin or the websites receive a commission from traffic and/or sales. While this is technically legal so long as they disclose their association somewhere on the site, many of these skirt the law and ensnare unsuspecting consumers. Learn more about how to spot a fake affiliate here!

Alternatives to Accelerin for better brain health

The human brain is still largely a mystery to science. We don’t understand how memory really works or what baseline activity in the brain is (some things happen in our minds with no activity at all). This goes to follow that we don’t understand how – or if – these “smart drugs” really work.

When you decide to take a nootropic (the fancy name for a smart drug), you are essentially turning yourself into a human guinea pig. While these compounds are allegedly designed to have no side effects and don’t produce a psychedelic high, they can interact with certain medications. If you are taking any prescription drugs, you should always talk with your doctor (or at least look up interactions on a reputable website like or WebMD).

If you’d like to discuss your findings or find out the experience of other nootropic users, we suggest checking out Reddit’s nootropics forum as well as their Beginner’s Guide to Nootropics that goes into great detail about many of the most popular ingredients.

But, generally speaking we say instead of popping a pill, why not go for a quick jog around the block? Studies show physical aerobic activity can enhance brain function and memory.

And, if you’re already a coffee drinker, you’re likely getting just the right amount of caffeine that will perk you up and help you focus. There are many other potential benefits of coffee listed here.

We hope this overview shined a light on Accelerin and made you a little smarter about smart drugs. Let us know what you think below!