What You Should Know
Ed Hardy Energy Sticks are small packets of powder that claim to supply all-day energy. The packs are available in multiple flavors, but the ingredient list will not likely change between the flavors. The supplement is sold as a three-pack with one pack supplying the same energy as an energy shot or drink, according to the product description.
The Ed Hardy website does not list the ingredients in Ed Hardy Energy Sticks. This is a huge oversight for the company because dieters are not as likely to purchase an energy product if they have no idea how much caffeine is in the packet. Caffeine is the mother of all energy supplements and it can be purchased at every convenience store in the US – so Ed Hardy needs to give dieters a reason to pick the Ed Hardy Energy Stick.
List of Ingredients
- Erythritol (Caffeine)
- Natural Flavor
- Citric Acid
- Silicon Dioxide
- Pantothenic Acid
- Vitamin B12
When we looked for the ingredient list for Ed Hardy Energy Sticks on the Ed Hardy website we found nothing. We were able to find the ingredients on another website and the list was not a surprise. The powder is nothing more than sucralose, caffeine and flavoring. This powder is just caffeine powder with a pleasant taste. None of the ingredients, aside from the caffeine, are proven to have an effect on weight loss so anyone hoping to gain the antioxidant power of pomegranate can look elsewhere.
We also found out that each stick contains just 80 mg of caffeine. We like this amount, but it is far lower than other caffeinated candies and the buyer may not be thrilled with that amount. There is more caffeine in the average cup of coffee than there is in one stick of Ed Hardy Energy.
- We were able to find an ingredient list online – though not on the Ed Hardy website.
- The product is affordable.
- The total amount of caffeine is acceptable for most dieters.
- There are no extra ingredients aside from caffeine and powdered candy.
- Ed Hardy does not list the ingredients on the official website.
- There is nothing more than caffeine in the candy.
- The caffeine total is a bit lax for a caffeinated candy.
Ed Hardy Energy Sticks are a novelty item from a big name company that sells a unique line of clothing and accessories. We’d love to tell the dieter that Ed Hardy hit the nail on the head and offers a safe energy supplement, but drinking a cup of coffee will be much cheaper and more effective.