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Guys, they are being made up as we speak, and those of you that wasnt happy with the dosage, i need you to reply to this message.
you will be the REVIEWERS!

This is the breakdown..

EACH CAP total content.

650mg per cap

300mg of Caffeine
200mg of Ephedra Extract (dont panic, ive done some research, the extract is weak, so needs to have high dosage)
20mg of Yohimbine HCL
130mg of Green Tea Extract


Your replys cant change this now, so dont ask for adjustments, but.... any questions?


Fri Mar 22, 2013 3:14 pm
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Ill be doing 1 cap tomorrow guys, first thing in the morning.
review to follow..


Fri Mar 22, 2013 3:52 pm
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Sounds good, I'm in - although I'm already lamenting my raspberry burps :cry:


Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:24 pm
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All Ears & Interested! Been thinking about getting some of these.

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Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:48 pm
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Why not

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Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:37 pm
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Count me in too:)


Sat Mar 23, 2013 4:35 am
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looking forward to the reviews, gonna try them myself.


Sat Mar 23, 2013 4:12 pm
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Look good mate hopefully they will be good pre workout :thumbsup

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Sat Mar 23, 2013 6:21 pm
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ill happily review them i havnt been about much but things are slowung down abit so will find more time to come online after next week.

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Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:16 pm
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I was gonna ask the same question about dropping the Ketones Azazel as I was under the impression they were a great aid to weight loss however after doing a bit of research of my own it seems that although many weight loss products include them in thier products there doesn't seem to be much hard evidence to prove they hold any great value when it comes to weight loss.

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Sun Mar 24, 2013 11:13 pm
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Interesting read below...

If you watch TV, read magazines, listen to the radio, or even glance at the Internet, you’re going to be bombarded by ads and other promotional listings for raspberry ketone, the new “miracle fat-burner in a bottle” ingredient that is promoted to melt away flab while you change absolutely nothing else in our life.
There’s just one little problem: Raspberry ketone shows absolutely no efficacy for weight loss, and there isn’t even one tiny little study demonstrating that anybody ever lost weight taking raspberry ketone.
A natural antioxidant compound found in raspberries, blackberries, cranberries, peaches, grapes, apples and other plants, raspberry ketone has become the rage for dieters despite vapor-thin science conducted in test tubes using rodents. Also known as rheosmin, raspberry ketone has been used as a flavoring agent for almost 90 years. In the cosmetic sector it is an expensive fragrance
Most of the diet buzz surrounding raspberry ketone centers around one mouse study conducted in Japan, and a rat study conducted in Korea. In the Japanese mouse study, mice given a high fat diet and raspberry ketone did not become obese. The study results were reported in February 2005 in the journal Life Sciences. The Korean rat study was reported in the journal Planta Medica in April 2010. In male rats, administration of high doses of raspberry ketone prevented an increase in body weight when the rats were fed a high fat diet.
To start, mice and rats are not human beings. While rodents are often used as precursors to human studies, we only share approximately 85 percent of the same DNA as mice – but we also do not share 15 percent. The mice and rats in the two studies lived in cages, not in the real world. And the rodents were fed controlled diets. They had no access to fast foods, pizza, ice cream or fat-producing snacks. They could not get up in the middle of the night to raid the refrigerator. In other words, there is no valid connection of any sort between these two rodent studies and your likelihood of losing weight.
According to proponents, raspberry ketone supposedly helps to enhance activity of the human hormone adiponectin, which plays a role in regulating blood glucose and body weight. Adiponectin works in the body to modify blood glucose and insulin. So it sounds as though raspberry ketone would be a weight loss aid, right? However, to date there is not even one human study demonstrating any weight loss at all as a result of consuming raspberry ketone.
Marketers of raspberry ketone rely on the rapid repetition of pseudo-science to create the impression that using this agent for weight loss is valid. Since many people do not understand that much about human biochemistry, the pseudo-science that is spouted for this product can sound impressive – but proceed with caution. People may buy a couple of bottles of raspberry ketone, take the product, fail to lose weight, and move on to the next illegitimate diet craze.
As obesity rates soar in the U.S. and more people become desperate for help to lose weight, we will continue to see an endless number of diet crazes, most based on agents that do not actually work or perform so marginally that no significant weight reduction can be achieved. The science of weight loss is very well established. Reduce calories, eat “cleaner” types of unprocessed foods, exercise regularly to burn calories, and you can ultimately lose weight steadily. Fail to engage in these fundamentals, and nothing happens. The raspberry ketone craze preys upon people’s trust, grossly under-delivering in return.
Chris Kilham is a medicine hunter who researches natural remedies all over the world, from the Amazon to Siberia. He teaches ethnobotany at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he is Explorer In Residence. Chris advises herbal, cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies and is a regular guest on radio and TV programs worldwide. His field research is largely sponsored by Naturex of Avignon, France. Read more at MedicineHunter.com.


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Does anybody on the forums have any experience with either Synephrine or Hordenine?
Just found this and sounds interesting...

Hordenine is a central nervous stimulant that is mainly used as a supplement to help people lose weight. The main benefit of hordenine is it's potential to assist in the release of fat from fat cells for energy.
Increases mental and physical energy through the release of norepinephrine
Hordenine is also claimed to suppress appetite. This is based on hordeine’s supposed ability to slow the digestion of food, making people feel fuller for longer.
Can be used as an antibacterial product



SYNEPHRINE
Derived directly from the fruit of the citrus tree, citrus aurantium, Synephrine HCL is commonly used for weight loss. Synephrine is a stimulant, similar to caffeine and ephedrine, which is claimed to increase energy levels. It is thought to have similar effects in terms of providing an energy boost, suppressing appetite and increasing metabolic rate. Synephrine is one of the adrenergic amines that stimulates beta-3 receptors with minimal impact on the other receptor sites. This helps to increase the metabolic rate without affecting heart rate or blood pressure. Synephrine releases adrenaline and noradrenaline only in the beta-3 receptor sites Stimulation of the beta-3 receptor sites elicits the breakdown of lipolysis (fat).

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