Liquid Fire Review
What You Should Know
Liquid Fire is a weight loss supplement that was once produced by GE Pharma. The supplement is still available from third party sellers online, but the product is no longer listed on the official GE Pharma website. Read this review to learn more about the product to help you decide whether or not you want to use it to help you reach your weight loss goals.
List of Ingredients
Liquid Fire contains the following ingredients:
- Ephedra Extract – 35 mg
- Caffeine Anhydrous USP – 190mg
- Synephrine HCL – 20mg
- Yohimbine HCL – 4mg
- Evodiamine – 12mg
- White Willow Bark: 10mg
- Di-Caffeine Malate – 10mg
- Gugglesterones Z&E 1:1 – 22mg
- L-Taurine Ethyl Ester HCL – 20mg
- Naringin – 10mg
- Bioperine – 5mg
- 5-HTP – 5mg
Liquid Fire contains many different ingredients, several of which are stimulant in nature. Ephedra was a popular stimulant used in many different fat burners and other weight loss supplements, until it was proven to be a great health risk, causing heart damage and even death. This led to an FDA ban on the ingredient, which makes any supplement containing the ingredient illegal here in the United States. In addition to the ephedra, the following ingredients are also stimulant in nature, which though designed to help you lose weight, can cause many negative side effects: caffeine anhydrous, synepherine HCL, yohimbine HCL, and di-caffeine malate. White willow bark is used for a variety of conditions, mostly as a substitute for asprin, as an anti-inflammatory. L Taurine is an amino acid, thought to help nuerotransmitters improve mood. Naringin is the chemical in grape fruit thought to make it such a powerful food for weight loss. Bioperine is a black pepper extract included in many formulas to help increase their bioavailability.
- Liquid Fire contains ingredients known to help you burn fat.
- Liquid Fire uses the now illegal ingredient ephedra, which explains why it no longer available through the manufacturer’s website.
- Do not buy supplements containing ephedra from anywhere, as you will be breaking the law.
- Ephedra has many dangerous side effects.
- This formula is very high in stimulants, which can be bad for your heart.
Liquid Fire may have been a decent supplement before ephedra was made illegal in the United States, but given the high number of stimulants in the formula in addition to the ephedra, we can now see why they no longer produce the product. Using such a high number of stimulants will help burn fat, but pose such great risk to your health overall that they are not worth it. There are plenty of fat burners on the market today that are safe and effective, so we recommend you use one of those in conjunction with a balanced diet and regular exercise routine to get the best possible results.