Ingredients and Descriptions
Alpha-Phenylethylamine HCL is naturally found in human tissues and fluids. This amazing compound has the ability to stimulate the nervous system without causing nervousness. It is termed as a clean stimulant and is responsible for affecting the appetite, mood and sense of well-being. The properties of alpha - phenylethylamine HCL is present in chocolates. Researches believe that it works as alpha-receptor in the brain, besides this it also releases dopamine in pleasure sensitive parts of the brain. Alpha – phenylethylamine HCL shares a good chemical rapport with pharmaceutical stimulants as it is used commonly in various pharmaceutical compounds. This precursor of catecholamine is accountable for increasing the metabolic rate and providing a feeling of satiety. It also helps maintain concentration and improves procrastination in adults.
Caffeine, a central nervous system stimulant used in Benzedrine as an aid to stay awake, for mental alertness due to fatigue or, in combination with other ingredients for pain relief, and as a power and energy accelerate.
Caffeine is available alone as a non-prescription drug over the counter medication, in combination with other non-prescription drugs, and in prescription drug combinations for relief of pain and headache.
Like Ephedra, caffeine acts to increase mental alertness while providing additional energy for weight loss and exercise training. Caffeine is more than a stimulant as it goes deep into muscles to provide long lasting power while delaying the onset of muscle fatigue. Also great before working out, caffeine fights fatigue and helps you get ready for your workout.
For dieters feeling sluggish that need just a little something extra to get them through the day, caffeine is the obvious no-calorie stimulant solution.
Many products containing caffeine anhydrous contain as much caffeine as one or two cups of coffee. It is recommended to limit the use of caffeine containing medications, foods, or beverages while taking caffeine supplements as excess caffeine intake may cause nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness and occasional rapid heart beat.
L-Tyrosine is a common amino acid and a para-isomer of tyrosine. It is deemed organic because of the carbon atom present and it is nonessential to survival, but works as a building block of protein. It is also viewed as a precursor of dopamine, which has several effects, like offsetting fatigue, mental and physical, as well as increasing the impression of well being. When the amino acid phenylalanine is broken down, L-Tyrosine can be won completely naturally. Besides being a precursor of the aforementioned neurotransmitter dopamine, L-Tyrosine is also deemed a precursor to some adrenal hormones, namely epinephrine and norepinephrine. In body building circles this supplement is popular to offset fatigue after a hard training or competition, but also to raise mental alertness while working out.
Methylsynephrine is a variation of B – phenylehylamine which is found in the rare medicinal plant Acacia Rigidula and some other cacti which basically produces central nervous stimulation. Methylsynephrine is one of the newly identified key alkaloids in Acacia Rigidula.
Methylsynephrine is an off the chain version of Synephrine. It is an adrenergic amine which accelerates fat metabolism as well as thermogenisis. These simultaneously speed up the fat burning process. Methylsynephrine, unlike ephedrine which is chemically similar, has mild stimulating properties on the central nervous system. This is a very desirable property in any weight loss compound as it allows for quick fat burning without the accompanying racing hear and anxiety.
Methylsynephrine is also distinctive due to its role in the metabolization and the destruction of fat in the body by freeing up the stored fat for energy instead of using the ingested carbohydrates.
N-Methyl-B-Phenylethylamine is a relatively new type of Beta-phenylethylamine (PEA) that is being used extensively in dietary supplement preparations. Individuals can consume N-Methyl-Beta-Phenylethylamine regularly through their diet or take it in the form of supplements. Since PEA acts on presynaptic dopaminergic nerve terminals to activate release of dopamine, a 'feel good' hormone, use of PEA supplements has often been linked to feeling of euphoria. N-Methyl-Beta-Phenylethylamine can also have a considerable impact on mood. So, individuals taking this supplement can expect improved mood and lesser food cravings. Since n-methyl-Beta-phenylethylamine leads to increased physical activity, greater number of calories are burnt and maximum weight loss is achieved. In addition, n-methyl-Beta-phenylethylamine also plays a vital role in lipolysis (breakdown of stored body fat) which means that an increase in concentration of n-methyl-Beta-phenylethylamine will have a stimulating effect on energy metabolism.
R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine HCL is a relatively new compound which is the active isomer of Methylphenylethylamine similar to how 1R-25 Norephedrine was of PPA many years ago.
What makes R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine HCL very popular and an important component for many commercially produced weight loss products is to do with the effects it has on the human body.
R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine HCL is a compound which stimulates norepinephrine unlike any other compound in the body. By stimulating norepinehrine, R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine HCL produces effects like appetite suppression, increase in energy and through the combination of these two effects, there is an overall result of weight loss.
Synephrine HCL is a stimulant that bares close similarities to caffeine, it aids in increasing metabolic rate as well as burning excess calories.
Theobromine, which is a mild diuretic and mild stimulant. Theobromine can be found in cocoa and chocolate products. Theobromine is most commonly used for its diuretic effect.
Yohimbine HCL is the active chemical component of the medicinal herb Pausinystalia yohimbe. It is a stimulant drug and is reportedly an aphrodisiac.
According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), the standardised form of this chemical is Yohimbine hydrochloride (HCL) and is available as a prescription drug in the United States. Research has shown that yohimbine hydrochloride is effective as a treatment for male impotence.
However while yohimbine HCL has been used as a prescription medicine to treat erectile dysfunction controlled studies suggests conflicting results.
Apart from male sexual dysfunction, yohimbine HCL has also been used to treat the side effects of antidepressants like female hyposexual disorder etc. It is also used to recall memories in the treatment of post-traumatic-stress-disorder.
While there are several uses for yohimbine HCL, there are several side effects too. These include high blood pressure, insomnia, panic attacks, hallucinations, headaches, renal failure, heart disease etc.