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Cebria Rating: 2nd
Overall Success Rate: 91.8%
Last Updated: August 01, 2020


Background Check

Cebria is a product designed for anyone who wishes to improve short-term memory or prevent the development of memory loss. Of course, a lot of factors play a role in the formation of age-related memory loss, but the scientists behind Cebria believe that their product can truly make a difference. Cebria is popularly used by people aged 50+ but the company has made it clear in interviews and TV commericals that adults of any age can use Cebria. Created by an Austrian pharmaceutical company, Ever-Neuro Pharma, Cebria is believed to work because it contains important amino acids that help with the production of neurotransmitters.

Formula Highlights


Cebria is composed of 15 different amino acids, all of which help with the production of neurotransmitters (brain chemicals that maintain mental function, regular emotion, etc). The scientists who came up with Cebria’s formula believe that these amino acids can prevent the natural deterioration in cell-to-cell communication as we age. Thing is, our nerve cells are able to communicate to each other because they are connected via tiny proteins called neuropeptides. These neuropeptides are involved in the formation and recall of memory. Overtime, we lose these neuropeptides, which is why memory loss is common in the elderly. So the creators of Cebria make it simple to understand their product’s mechanism of action – it contains vital amino acids that help the production of neuropeptides, which help maintain memory formation and recall.

Rating: 16/20

Effects and Benefits

Let’s take a second and recall Cebria’s claims – the manufacturers said that Cebria could help reduce the chances of age-related memory loss and improve current short-term memory recall. It is also written clearly across the box that you should see results within 30 days after using the product.

The feedback that customers have posted on show that Cebria has fulfilled its promises for some. Certain people who experience day-to-day memory loss or confusion found that taking Cebria for over a month helped them recall information easier and feel more confident. A large percentage of customers (54%) rated the product 3 stars or less, which only shows that not everyone is a fan of this stuff.

Rating: 16/20

Potential Side Effects

There are hundreds of customer reviews posted on so we understand if you can’t be bothered to look through all of them. Thankfully we have! In terms of side effects, the only issue that seems to come up a lot is increased heart rate and anxiety. Some people feel more “on edge” and “an unease” while using Cebria, which may be uncomfortable.

Rating: 17/20

Pricing Options

Follow these steps if you wish to subscribe to Cebria’s 2-month automatic charge service:

  • Get on
  • Click on the 30-day Risk-Free Trial button
  • Fill in the box on the right hand side, which asks for your name, address, credit card information, etc.
  • Pay $9.95 for shipping.
  • Receive the 30-day supply of Cebria and try it for a month.
  • If you like the results then you’re all – every 60 days your credit card will be charged $89.95, which can be broken down to 2 packs of Cebria ($39.95 each) and $9.95 shipping charge.
  • If you don’t like the product then contact the company to cancel your subscription.

Rating: 16/20

Online Reviews

“Doesn’t work and they auto-ship you the product. If you cancel at the wrong time, they charge you shipping both ways. Save yourself the wasted time and money; just say no!

There is also a very legal document you have to sign to get this. It binds you to negotiation instead of legal action. This suggests to me they’ve been sued numerous times. The possibility is it’s a fraud and/or it causes major issues (which the paperwork specifically names). Even when you call to cancel, they dig about why you’re canceling (in a very determined way). This suggests they are gathering info in case you plan to seek damages. Again, save yourself and go another route.”

  • Denise Christensen on

My Dad has dimentia and thought these would be great to help with his memory loss. Everynight he asks me, “what are these pills for”? Where did I get them from?” His Dr said there isn’t any evidence that support their benefits. But, they probably won’t hurt to take them either.”

  • Robert Blank on

 Rating: 17/20



  • May increase clarity and memory recall
  • Not too expensive


  • Purchasing option forces you to commit to the company
  • Formula does not contain any nootropics
  • Formula is limited to amino acids
  • A massive 28% of customers rated the product 1 out of 1 star on

Our Verdict

Based on the research that we’ve done on the product and looking at what other people have said about it, we have safely come the conclusion that Cebria is a supplement that you should really give a lot of thought before quickly jumping on the wagon. Before going cold turkey and committing to the company, we suggest comparing the product and its formula with other products designed for seniors, such as Lumultra Wisdom. If you’re tempted to get the product simply for its 30-day free trial, take a moment to think about value over cost. Sure, a supplement like Wisdom may not give you a free product to mess around with for a month, but it will give you something spectacular in exchange for an affordable amount of money.

Cebria Reviewed by Top Cognitive Enhancers. Rating:91.8%

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