GE Pharma Liquid Fire Review
What You Should Know
GE Pharma Liquid Fire is not listed on the official website, but we found the product for sale from multiple third-party retailers. In most cases, when an old supplement is discontinued other sites will discontinue the product. If the company no longer wants to be associated with the product, new stock may be accessible to third party retailers, but the product may no longer be listed on the official website. GE Pharma Liquid Fire is available for sale online, but it is not listed on the official website. This could be because the formula may contain ephedra.
List of Ingredients
- Ephedra Extract
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Synephrine HCL
- Yohimbine HCL
- White Willow Bark
- Di-Caffeine Malate
- L-Taurine Ethyl Ester HCL
The first indication that Liquid Fire does not contain authentic ephedra is the total mg per dose – 35 mg. Most ephedra supplements added between 10 and 20 mg of ephedra. Adding this much ephedra would increase the risk of negative side effects to the point that the supplement would not be safe for any users. The risks of taking such a high dose of ephedra include extremely high blood pressure and possible heart failure with long-term use.
Next is caffeine and GE Pharma packs quite the dose of that stimulant as well. There is 190 mg of straight caffeine in this supplement and that doesn’t include the 10 mg of di-caffeine malate and the stimulant properties of synephrine and yohimbine. Dieters can expect to feel a racing heart and suffer from jitters and shakes when taking this supplement.
With all that stimulation, you’d expect there to be a strong appetite suppressant, but not in Liquid Fire. There is no appetite suppressant at all, not even a bit of chromium to control blood glucose response.
- We were able to find a complete list of ingredient for the supplement.
- Contains caffeine – though too much at a total of 200 mg.
- GE Pharma claims the supplement contains ephedra.
- There is a good chance the ephedra in this supplement is not the authentic ephedra banned by the FDA.
- Contains no appetite suppressant.
When it comes to stimulant supplements like GE Pharma Liquid Fire, we expect there to be lots of caffeine, but not combined with multiple other stimulants and a whopping 35 mg of ephedra. If this supplement contains ephedra, the negative side effects could leave the dieter in the hospital.