Ingredient Information

Anhydrous caffeine is a commonly and conveniently added ingredient to commercial
weight loss pills, it is also added to energy drinks that are designed to promote your mental and
physical performance. 6

Asian Ginseng – The root of the plant offers health benefits such as improving memory,
fighting fatigue and balancing metabolism. It is also known to be used in Chinese herbal
medicine for increasing male sexual desire, as well as its ability to help the body adapt to adverse
conditions. 1

Avena Sativa, otherwise known as oats, acts to increase sexual desire, stamina and performance. 14

Bitter Orange Peel Extract – Used to suppress appetite and considered a stimulant
used for weight loss and body building. 28

Bupleurum – acts as a tonic and is primarily known for its positive effects on the liver. 2

Caffeine – well known stimulant properties and is probably the most widely consumed
“herbal” supplement in the world. As a general central nervous system stimulant, caffeine
increases mental arousal and stimulates the release of epinephrine (adrenaline). Caffeine also is
known to stimulate mobilization of fatty acids which may have effects on fat oxidation for
weight loss or endurance performance. Caffeine also encourages the release of calcium into
muscle cells, where it can stimulate more powerful muscle contractions. 6

Cayenne Pepper – also known as Capsicum Annum, helps to maintain cholesterol levels
that are already within the normal range. In general is beneficial to the circulatory system. 7

Calcium – is extremely important to the human body and is most known for aiding in strong
bones and teeth. It also plays a role in the circulatory system and can help maintain normal
circulation. 8

Capsicum Annum – also known as Cayenne, helps to maintain cholesterol levels that are
already within the normal range. In general is beneficial to the circulatory system. 9

Choline Bitartrate – is important for cell membranes and for the production of the
neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which has a role in memory and muscle control. 29

Chinese Dodder Seed – also known as Cuscuta, helps maintain urinary and liver
functions. 10

Corynanthe Extract – is used for treatment and/or prevention of inferior urinary tract
diseases, sexual disorders, disturbed lipid metabolism, cardiovascular diseases, and acute and
chronic painful conditions, contains polyphenols and alkaloids. 16

D-Aspartic acid (D-AA) – is an amino acid regulator of testosterone synthesis and also
makes a stimulatory neurotransmitter (NMDA). It shows promise for aiding male fertility, but
increases in testosterone seem short lived in healthy men, which limits its use. 25

Desert Broomrape – is a tonic herb which increases the blood circulation. It has a reputation for increasing energy and maintaining youthfulness. It acts as a tonic for the kidneys, helps to improve bowel function and increases vitality. The Latin name is Herba Cistanche and the Chinese name is Rou Cong Rong. 36

DMAE – Deanol is a chemical that is involved in a series of reactions that form acetylcholine, a chemical that is found in the brain and other areas of the body. Acetylcholine is a “neurotransmitter” that helps nerve cells communicate. 31

Epimedium (Horny Goat Weed) – is most recently known for its aphrodisiac effects. It helps to increase sex drive, stamina and general sexual performance. Epimedium is also supposed to promote immune function. 3, 26

Eucommia – Eucommia stimulates the circulatory system. 11

Ginger Root – promotes circulation and aids in digestion. 13

Grapefruit Peel – The peel has significantly more fiber than the pulp. It also contains essential oils, phytochemicals and vitamin C, all of which provide antioxidant protection. 32

Green Tea Extract – acts to promote both weight loss by boosting metabolism and
cardiovascular health. It has been a staple of Chinese culture for thousands of years. It helps maintain the best levels of energy and wellness, as well as boosting metabolism. 23

Guarana Extract – is known for its ability to work against feeling lethargic and tired and is a natural occurring herbal form of caffeine. 15

Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium) – is an herb that has been a traditional remedy in China for centuries used for low Libido, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, pain and other conditions.
3, 26

Iron – is found in blood and aids blood cells in oxygen storage. Iron also helps to process the bodies energy so that it runs efficiently. 12

Kola Nut – (Extract and Powder) is known for its ability to work against feeling lethargic and tired and is a source of natural occurring herbal form of caffeine. 18

Korean Ginseng- physically Korean ginseng (Panax Ginseng) is considered an energizer, normalizer and stress reducer. It has been used traditionally to ward off fatigue and stress. It’s also used as a general tonic to invigorate a person mentally and physically. 4

Lemon Peel – Citrus peels contain high levels of antioxidants. As antioxidants, citrus peels may contribute to the protection of your DNA from cancer-causing damage. 33

Lycium Chinese Berry – Lycium is a plant. The dried berries and root bark are used to make medicine. Used for Diabetes, high blood pressure, fever, malaria, cancer, blood circulation problems, sexual problems (impotence), dizziness, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and many other conditions. 38

Mate Extract – mate extract contains stimulants and antioxidants that may help prevent and treat obesity and inflammatory diseases. 34

Noni Dried fruit – Polynesian healers have used noni fruits for thousands of years to help treat a variety of health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, aches, pains, burns, arthritis, inflammation, tumors, and the effects of aging, and parasitic, viral, and bacterial infections. Ancient healing manuscripts cite the fruit as a primary ingredient in natural healing formulations. Today, fruit preparations are sold as juice, in dried “fruit-leather” form, and as a dry extract in capsules. 37

Orange Peel – The peel has significantly more fiber than the pulp. It also contains essential oils, phytochemicals, and vitamin C, all of which provide antioxidant protection. 33

Potassium – Potassium is a mineral that’s crucial for life. Potassium is necessary for the heart, kidneys, and other organs to work normally. 35


Rhodiola Rosea – has been used traditionally in Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Russia, and other European countries as a “tonic herb,” said to fight fatigue, aid convalescence from illness, prevent infections, and enhance sexual function. In the twentieth century, Soviet physicians classified rhodiola as an adaptogen. This invented term refers to a hypothetical treatment described as follows: An adaptogen helps the body adapt to stresses of various kinds, whether heat, cold, exertion, trauma, sleep deprivation, toxic exposure, radiation, infection, or psychological stress. 19

Rauwolscine- Rauwolscine, similar to its stereoisomer, yohimbine, is most commonly used as an amped-up fat burner. Recent developments are showing it has some potential as a preworkout as well, especially when combined in bodybuilding stacks. It may work by:

  • Blocking alpha-adrenergic receptors. Via alpha blocking, rauwolscine inhibits fat
    burning while increasing overall adrenaline levels.
  • Enhancing mood. The compound appears to be an effective
    activator of serotonin receptors. 22

Schizandra – is considered by some as a youth preserving herb as well as a sexual tonic. 20

Synephrine – is the main “active” compound found in the fruit of a plant called Bitter Orange. Synephrine is a stimulant and is thought to have effects providing an energy boost, suppressing appetite and increasing metabolic rate and caloric expenditure. 21

Tribulus – Fruit Extract and Powder is thought to have testosterone boosting capability and is supposedly beneficial to male sexual function. 5, 17

Vitamin B6 – (pyridoxine) helps the body break down protein, and helps maintain the health of red blood cells, the nervous system, and parts of the immune system. 24

Vitamin B12 – (cobalamin) plays a role in the body’s growth and development. It also has a part of producing blood cells, the functions of the nervous system, and how the body uses folic acid and carbohydrates. 24

White Willow Bark – helps the body react to stress. 27

Yohimbe Bark Extract – is used in some African cultures to help promote sexual desire and performance. 30

Yerba Mate – (Leaves) A plant species of the family Aquifoliaceae. An infusion of the leaves is commonly drunk in South America for stimulation effect in much the same manner as
coffee is in other cultures. 34


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