Cebria contains a blend of amino acids that link together to form neuropeptides, which assist the brain in making crucial connections between neurons. Cebria improves short-term memory, concentration and the ability to retain information, according to its manufacturer, Thera Botanics.
Cebria contains many amino acids, including lactose, lysine, leucine, glutamic acid, arginine, serine, phenylalanine, asparatic acid, valine, threonine, isoleucine, tyrosine, histidine, tryptophan and methionine. The human body produces these amino acids naturally, but it becomes less efficient with age, resulting in fewer neuropeptides to keep the brain sharp and focused, as the supplement's manufacturer explains.
Both NootropicStack.net and Consumer Health Digest express frustration that the manufacturer does not include the exact quantity of each ingredient on Cebria's label. However, the manufacturer calls its specific blend of amino acids proprietary, so this should come as no surprise. Both sites agree that the primary ingredients are considered safe and not associated with any negative side effects. Whether or not Cebria is effective seems to depend on the individual. Consumer Health Digest reports that the manufacturer's claim that Cebria can reverse memory loss of up to 15 years in 30 days has been removed from the company’s website, and it admits that Cebria may be worth a try.