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Container Size: 480g
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (12g)
Servings Per Container: 40

So for those new to pre workouts or used to weak one's like C4, optimum Nutrition pre workout then i recommended just the one scoop which in my option is pretty good already.

Two scoops is the full dose but do be careful of the 500mg of caffeine, avoid any other caffeine that day.
I got for 1.5 scoops average, 2 scoops on some days.

This is one of my favourites and staples that i allways go back to one a few times a month inbetween others.

Serving per 1 scoop.
Citrulline Malate: 3500mg
Beta Alanine: 2000mg
AAKG: 2000mg
L-Taurine: 1000mg
L-Tyrosine: 800mg
Alpha GPC: 400mg (amazing ingredient)
Caffeine Anhydrous: 250 mg
L-Theanine: 200mg
L-Norvaline: 200mg
Juglans Regia /dmha : 200mg (similar to dmaa, dmba,)
D M A E: 130mg
Hordenine: 50mg
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From the FDA website -
Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory ListThe ingredients listed below do not appear to be lawful ingredients in dietary supplements.

Retailers, manufacturers, and other businesses may wish to avoid selling, making, or distributing dietary supplements that include any of the below ingredients.

Consumers may wish to avoid purchasing or consuming dietary supplements that include these ingredients (click on the arrow next to each ingredient name to see common synonyms).

1,4-DMAA
5-Alpha-Hydroxy-Laxogenin
Andarine
Bismuth nitrate
Higenamine
Hordenine
Hordenine also known as:

  • anhaline
  • eremursine
  • N,N-dimethyltyramine
  • peyocactine
  • p-hydroxy-N,N-dimethylphenethylamine
  • 4-[2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl]phenol
dogpatch27/04/2020 17:13

From the FDA website -Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory ListThe …From the FDA website -Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory ListThe ingredients listed below do not appear to be lawful ingredients in dietary supplements.Retailers, manufacturers, and other businesses may wish to avoid selling, making, or distributing dietary supplements that include any of the below ingredients.Consumers may wish to avoid purchasing or consuming dietary supplements that include these ingredients (click on the arrow next to each ingredient name to see common synonyms).1,4-DMAA5-Alpha-Hydroxy-LaxogeninAndarineBismuth nitrateHigenamineHordenineHordenine also known as:anhalineeremursineN,N-dimethyltyraminepeyocactinep-hydroxy-N,N-dimethylphenethylamine4-[2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl]phenol


Since you appear to know your stuff regarding this. What's your thoughts on the following (this is in a different brand of energy drink):

Taurine 1000mg **
Caffeine 200mg **
Niacin 31.2mg 195%
Vitamin E 3.2mg 26.7%
Thiamine 0.6mg 54.5%
Riboflavin 0.6mg 42.9%
Vitamin B6 0.6µg 42.9%
Vitamin B12 6.8µg 272%
Biotin 8µg 16%
Pantothenic acid 2.4mg 40%
Chromium 4.4µg 11%
Boron 22µg **
Lutein 12µg **

Taurine, caffeine, dextrose monohydrate, vitamin and minerals complex, maltodextrin, acids (malic acid, citric acid, ascorbic acid), flavourings, colourings (E133, E162, E163, E129, E102, E104, E160a, E150a), sweetener (sucralose), L-carnitine, L-tyrosine.
Edited by: "jellytotz" 27th Apr
dogpatch27/04/2020 17:13

From the FDA website -Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory ListThe …From the FDA website -Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory ListThe ingredients listed below do not appear to be lawful ingredients in dietary supplements.Retailers, manufacturers, and other businesses may wish to avoid selling, making, or distributing dietary supplements that include any of the below ingredients.Consumers may wish to avoid purchasing or consuming dietary supplements that include these ingredients (click on the arrow next to each ingredient name to see common synonyms).1,4-DMAA5-Alpha-Hydroxy-LaxogeninAndarineBismuth nitrateHigenamineHordenineHordenine also known as:anhalineeremursineN,N-dimethyltyraminepeyocactinep-hydroxy-N,N-dimethylphenethylamine4-[2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl]phenol


Congrats? Nice fda copy and paste.

Dmaa isn't that bad at all.

Nothing you mentioned is bad, just know your tolerances.
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 27th Apr
jellytotz27/04/2020 17:29

Since you appear to know your stuff regarding this. What's your thoughts …Since you appear to know your stuff regarding this. What's your thoughts on the following (this is in a different brand of energy drink):Taurine 1000mg **Caffeine 200mg **Niacin 31.2mg 195%Vitamin E 3.2mg 26.7%Thiamine 0.6mg 54.5%Riboflavin 0.6mg 42.9%Vitamin B6 0.6µg 42.9%Vitamin B12 6.8µg 272%Biotin 8µg 16%Pantothenic acid 2.4mg 40%Chromium 4.4µg 11%Boron 22µg **Lutein 12µg **Taurine, caffeine, dextrose monohydrate, vitamin and minerals complex, maltodextrin, acids (malic acid, citric acid, ascorbic acid), flavourings, colourings (E133, E162, E163, E129, E102, E104, E160a, E150a), sweetener (sucralose), L-carnitine, L-tyrosine.


That's pretty weak, don't know why the multi vit complex is abit on the poor side considering how costs are so low, 1g of taurine is okay though.

I hope you brought this dirt cheap.
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 27th Apr
Jordan_Taylor27/04/2020 17:32

That's pretty weak, don't know why the multi vit complex is abit on the …That's pretty weak, don't know why the multi vit complex is abit on the poor side considering how costs are so low, 1g of taurine is okay though.I hope you brought this dirt cheap.


It's X-Gamer. Got it for £18 to try. x-gamer.com/

Was looking for a replacement to my coffee and red bull 'cravings'. Do you have any recommendations? It's not for a pre-work out pick me up.
jellytotz27/04/2020 17:36

It's X-Gamer. Got it for £18 to try. https://www.x-gamer.com/Was looking …It's X-Gamer. Got it for £18 to try. https://www.x-gamer.com/Was looking for a replacement to my coffee and red bull 'cravings'. Do you have any recommendations? It's not for a pre-work out pick me up.


Then don't go down that route, get a decent nootropic that will give a euphoric effect.

I like this cardiffsportsnutrition.co.uk/products/strom-sports-nutrition-supportmax-neuro-150g

You can get 5 serving tubs straight from strom sports nutrition.
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 27th Apr
jellytotz27/04/2020 17:29

Since you appear to know your stuff regarding this. What's your thoughts …Since you appear to know your stuff regarding this. What's your thoughts on the following (this is in a different brand of energy drink):Taurine 1000mg **Caffeine 200mg **Niacin 31.2mg 195%Vitamin E 3.2mg 26.7%Thiamine 0.6mg 54.5%Riboflavin 0.6mg 42.9%Vitamin B6 0.6µg 42.9%Vitamin B12 6.8µg 272%Biotin 8µg 16%Pantothenic acid 2.4mg 40%Chromium 4.4µg 11%Boron 22µg **Lutein 12µg **Taurine, caffeine, dextrose monohydrate, vitamin and minerals complex, maltodextrin, acids (malic acid, citric acid, ascorbic acid), flavourings, colourings (E133, E162, E163, E129, E102, E104, E160a, E150a), sweetener (sucralose), L-carnitine, L-tyrosine.


I am not a fan of supplements, vitamin pills etc. High sugar energy drinks are borderline insanity. I just don't see the point unless you are a professional athlete looking at incremental gains. The claims made for most of these supplements are not borne out by science, although caffeine is effective. I'll stick with 'five a day'.
dogpatch27/04/2020 18:27

I am not a fan of supplements, vitamin pills etc. High sugar energy drinks …I am not a fan of supplements, vitamin pills etc. High sugar energy drinks are borderline insanity. I just don't see the point unless you are a professional athlete looking at incremental gains. The claims made for most of these supplements are not borne out by science, although caffeine is effective. I'll stick with 'five a day'.


I'm afraid you may be misinformed, there's plenty of studies and formulators i know first hand spend weeks on weeks looking into the science of their formulas.

There's a massive difference between someone who's trying to cause daylight robbery and someone who is putting a product out there for the greater good of the industry.

Look at that kort Cooper dude, his labels make the industry make jumps with his crazy doses with amazing effects.

I understand your point but their built on opinion, not fact I'm afraid. Sadly education in the industry isn't easily given to consumers in many scenarios so i understand your misconceptions.

Also energy drinks are a complete different industry, there is some cross between with ready to drink pre workouts but these contain no sugar.

I really don't understand people's obsession with caffeine? Caffeine barely makes a pre workout.
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 27th Apr
dogpatch27/04/2020 18:27

I am not a fan of supplements, vitamin pills etc. High sugar energy drinks …I am not a fan of supplements, vitamin pills etc. High sugar energy drinks are borderline insanity. I just don't see the point unless you are a professional athlete looking at incremental gains. The claims made for most of these supplements are not borne out by science, although caffeine is effective. I'll stick with 'five a day'.


Most energy drinks or a good majority of them are mostly sugar free now. I don't think it's insanity if you drink them in moderation, and not let's say 4 or 5 big cans of the stuff a day.
Edited by: "Caskey" 27th Apr
dogpatch27/04/2020 17:13

From the FDA website -Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory ListThe …From the FDA website -Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory ListThe ingredients listed below do not appear to be lawful ingredients in dietary supplements.Retailers, manufacturers, and other businesses may wish to avoid selling, making, or distributing dietary supplements that include any of the below ingredients.Consumers may wish to avoid purchasing or consuming dietary supplements that include these ingredients (click on the arrow next to each ingredient name to see common synonyms).1,4-DMAA5-Alpha-Hydroxy-LaxogeninAndarineBismuth nitrateHigenamineHordenineHordenine also known as:anhalineeremursineN,N-dimethyltyraminepeyocactinep-hydroxy-N,N-dimethylphenethylamine4-[2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl]phenol


DMAA? That makes this an instant buy, cheers!
dogpatch27/04/2020 18:27

I am not a fan of supplements, vitamin pills etc. High sugar energy drinks …I am not a fan of supplements, vitamin pills etc. High sugar energy drinks are borderline insanity. I just don't see the point unless you are a professional athlete looking at incremental gains. The claims made for most of these supplements are not borne out by science, although caffeine is effective. I'll stick with 'five a day'.



LOL!
Isaac_Clarke27/04/2020 19:47

DMAA? That makes this an instant buy, cheers!


Not quite fella sorry, juglans is a natural form of dmha, it's smoother. I really like it
500mg of caffeine is a silly dose. 80mg in a small can of red bull. That's like drinking 6 instant coffees
nonumb27/04/2020 20:40

500mg of caffeine is a silly dose. 80mg in a small can of red bull. That's …500mg of caffeine is a silly dose. 80mg in a small can of red bull. That's like drinking 6 instant coffees


No 500mg is fine for those like myself that have a very high stim tolerance.

500 is the top end of my scale, I've had 600mg but wasn't enjoyable.

You can just take 1 scoop which is 250mg.

I did note it is high stimulant.
If you've got a stimulant tolerance that high you're probably taking too many stimulants.
nonumb27/04/2020 20:43

If you've got a stimulant tolerance that high you're probably taking too …If you've got a stimulant tolerance that high you're probably taking too many stimulants.



I understand your opinion but you could just take 250mg which is in 1 scoop.

2 scoops isn't meant for daily use... But 500mg is perfectly fine for alot of people who are into pre workouts... Kinda why this has such good reviews.

This isn't for eveyone, if you don't like it then it can stay on the shelf

For me 250mg - 300mg is my preferred dose for a daily amount.
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 27th Apr
I work in supplement manufacture so I understand the industry. I have no doubt this works and works well just not convinced its healthy.

250mg would still be reasonably high but more sensible.
nonumb27/04/2020 21:07

I work in supplement manufacture so I understand the industry. I have no …I work in supplement manufacture so I understand the industry. I have no doubt this works and works well just not convinced its healthy.250mg would still be reasonably high but more sensible.


If you don't agree with the stims then there's allways very well dosed none stimulant pre workouts if you want a recommendation?
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