Herbal Fire Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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Herbal Fire is a fat burner from the House of Muscle. The product claims to provide a unique set of ingredients so the dieter can burn more fat and boost metabolism. The main ingredient in the formula is Hoodia Gordonii. This doesn’t bode well for House of Muscle as Hoodia is proven to have no effect on appetite. If the company claims Hoodia is effective it’s hard to tell what other disproven ingredients they are willing to support.

We found ordering information on the House of Muscle website, but no testimonials or money-back guarantees. The company sells the products, but they don’t offer free trials so customers can make a better decision about the supplement.

List of Ingredients


  • Hoodia Gordonii
  • Guggul Lipid
  • Cha de Berge
  • Yohimbe HCL
  • Caffeine Anhydrous
  • Evodiamine
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Vitamin B6
  • White Willow Bark
  • Phenylethamine PEA
  • L-Tyrosine AKG

Product Features

Despite the many flaws in the House of Muscle product description for Herbal Fire, we like the fact that the company does not hide ingredients in a proprietary blend. Each ingredient is listed in the product description with an amount. The Energy Boost Complex is the one we are most interested in as this is the complex that increases heart rate and metabolism. There is 105 mg of caffeine per capsule. Users are supposed to start with one capsule and work their way up to three capsules a day. That is a total caffeine intake of 315 mg – far too much for the average dieter.

Green tea extract, however, is included with just 75 mg. Green tea is proven to boost metabolism, with or without caffeine. Dieters should take more than 75 mg of green tea for maximum effect and even at the three capsule does; the total amount of green tea is less than clinically proven amounts.

The Mental Alertness Complex contains phenylethamine PEA. This ingredient is one we warn dieters about all the time. PEA can affect how antidepressants and other mood stabilizing and altering medications work. The effect could be one that significantly increases risk, especially in patients with severe depression and bipolar disorder. It is NOT safe for any dieter with depression or mental condition to take Herbal Fire.

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  • Amounts are listed for all ingredients.
  • Sold online.


  • No money-back guarantee.
  • No free trial.
  • No testimonials.
  • Includes dangerous ingredients.


Herbal Fire is a supplement packed with caffeine. The ingredients are ineffective and may cause negative side effects for some dieters. We suggest skipping this product due to the extreme caffeine content and phenylethamine PEA.

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