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InstantATT Review – 8 Essential Things to Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Synopsis | Nutrition Facts | Claims | Precautions | Cost | Directions | Bottom Line

InstantATT is a brain function improvement supplement that claims to be an original mixture of herbs and other nutrients able to help users achieve superior mental performance. The actual benefit list is rather long, and it seems that is few things that the product cannot do. Here are the benefit claims as mentioned by the official website of the formula: increased brain blood flow, reduced stress, and oxidative stress protection, boosted alertness without the side effects of caffeine or energy drinks, lifting brain fog, assisting with social media addiction, improved procrastination and deal with motivation, improved clarity, and increased attention span.

The formula benefits from its own dedicated website, where you can also buy the product and access certain discounts or promotions of the type “buy two, get a discount”. The website also offers a toll free number where you can find out more about the product or after purchase assistance.

The formula is offered by a company set up in 2008 called InstantBrands, which includes 11 other formulations in their portfolio. These are also targeted to specific needs, including joint problems, low energy, visual health and others.


1) InstantATT at a Glance

The formula features several herbal extracts which are present in most combinations that target brain health. You’ve surely heard of Ginkgo Biloba, Bacopa Monniera, Eleuthero, and Vinpocentine. They are popular natural brain boosters; this is why supplements such as Instant ATT capitalize on them.

Research for most however is incipient and results often contradictory, which is why you should always consult a healthcare specialist to ensure they are safe for you to take. Bacopa Monniera for instant is a traditional Ayurvedic remedy, where it has been successfully used to treat an array of health issues.

Modern research tries to evaluate its role against several neurological diseases, but research is only in the beginning and evidence scarce. Brahmi as it is called has been researched in relation to Alzheimer’s disease, ADD, epilepsy, and schizophrenia.

From the non-herbal ingredients we mention DMAE Bitartrate, a nootropic compound with strong cognitive enhancing capacity. DMAE is critical to the production of the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine, one of the most critical brain chemical for memory storage and memory retention. The neurotransmitter is also involved in neuro-plasticity – the property of neurons connection adaptability.

Nutrition Facts

2) InstantATT Nutrition Facts

InstantATT contains the following ingredients: St. John’s Wort, L-Glutamine, Phosphatidylserine, Bacopa Monniera extract, Ginkgo Biloba extract, N-Acetyl-L Carnitine, DMAE Bitartrate, Huperzine A ,and Vipocentine, silica, lecithin, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, and gelatin.

3) Is InstantATT Right for You?

The company features a combination of herbal extracts and other non-herbal compounds that target various aspects of mental performance. St. John’s Wort for instance is especially effective in delaying or even decreasing re-absorption of the neurotransmitters Dopamine, Norepinephrine, and serotonin by nerve cells. St. John’s Wort is being studied for the treatment of emotional disorders including anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), menopausal mood swings, and premenstrual syndrome, although results are inconclusive at this point. Several laboratory studies seem to show a certain level of effectiveness against symptoms of nicotine withdrawal as well as for cravings for alcohol in addicted animals.

Phosphatidylserine or PS is a phospholipid, a type of fat essential present in all human cell membranes and is essential to maintaining their integrity and fluidity. In relation to brain, several studies have shown that a daily intake of PS supplements can improve memory, lower stress and enhance attention levels.

The most popular sources of PS used to create supplements are soy, cabbage, and sunflower lecithin. PS can cause side effects including insomnia and stomach upset, especially if doses exceed 300 mg a day. It is not mentioned how much PS Instant ATT contains.

A list of precautions is associated to using this supplement, so you might want to read the label carefully before use.


4) InstantATT Claims

  • 90 days 100% money back guarantee
  • The supplement can be purchased from the manufacturer’s website, and discounts are available for larger orders
  • Large number of consumer testimonials, mostly positive


5) Precautions of InstantATT Use

  • This is a relatively expensive formula – particularly the Amazon listing price which is almost double from what the supplement sells on the official website
  • No clinical trials to support the formula’s effectiveness.
  • Some side effects come from the use of its main ingredients: St. John’s Wort, Ginkgo Biloba, Phosphatidylserine


6) How Much Does InstantATT Cost?

The daily dose is 1 capsule, so a 30 capsules bottle should be enough to cover one month of use. The official website sells a bottle for nearly $40, while Amazon’s list price is almost double: $70. Still, Amazon too offers a 43% purchase at the time of this review, so prices are similar. Do check with more retailers before making a purchase. A 500 day money back guarantee is available, which shows great confidence in the product. This is unusual, as most such policies go as far as 60 days from purchase.


7) Directions For Taking InstantATT

Consulting the consumer testimonials available online on retailer websites mostly reveals a great popularity of InstantATT and a high potency of the formula. Nearly 300 reviews on Amazon alone testify to the formula’s effectiveness, you can always consult the feedback yourself.

Bottom Line

8) The Bottom Line – “Does it Work?”

Instant ATT is a cognitive enhancement supplement that targets multiple areas of brain function, including cognition, memory, focus and productivity. The supplement makes a lot of promises in terms of benefits, which is common practice for supplements that rely on nearly no palpable evidence to prove their worth. Still, the fact of the matter is that the manufacturer or has not conducted any scientific research or clinical studies to support the claims made.

On the bright side there is the very generous money back guarantee, which gives potential consumers confidence that in the case they do not get results using the formula, they will not have invested their money in vain. All in all, the formula is most likely able to deliver on the results promised, but be aware that cheaper versions exist and that you should check with your healthcare practitioner before starting use.

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