What You Should Know
LG Sciences Speed V2 is designed to give up a quick energy pick-me-up without caffeine, according to the supplement description. While the ingredient list does not contain caffeine by name, it does contain stimulants, including stimulants in the same xanthine family as caffeine. Just because caffeine is not included in the formula does not mean the product is not a stimulant with all the negative impact of that energy rise and crash.
We did not find an official website for LG Sciences Speed V2. This could mean the company has discontinued the supplement and the remaining stock is being sold through outside companies. It could also mean that LG Sciences is continuing to make money off the product, but they simply don’t want to be associated with the supplement directly.
List of Ingredients
- Evodia Fruit
- Cissus Quadrangularis
- Bitter Orange
- Geranium Oil Extract
Phenylethylamine is a mood-altering substance commonly found in chocolate. While the low amounts in chocolate are safe, supplement companies supply a huge dose of the agent and that could be dangerous for some dieters. Large amounts of PEA, as it is also known, may interfere with some prescription medications.
Theobromine, bitter orange and geranium oil are all stimulants. Theobromine is from the same family as caffeine and it is often standardized to add caffeine to a supplement. It is not as strong as caffeine, however, when not standardized. Bitter orange is synephrine – the dangerous cousin to ephedra. And, geranium is nothing more than 1, 3 dimethylamylamine – known to cause heart palpitations in some users.
- The complete ingredient list for LG Sciences Speed V2 is available online.
- Contains no proven ingredients for weight loss.
- May cause increased hunger.
- May cause heart palpitations.
- Not safe for use by dieters with mental health issues.
- Not safe for intake with prescription medications.
The three strong stimulants included in LG Sciences Speed V2 are enough to get the heart rolling, but at what cost? The formula is packed with stimulants with known negative side effects and that is compounded by the fact that PEA is added to the mix. The warning for this supplement could include every known form of heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease and mental illness. This is just not a safe alternative to proven fat burners and energy boosters. When looking for a proven supplement, stick with the big three – caffeine, chromium and green tea.