Maxadrine EFM Review
What You Should Know
Maxadrine EFM is a product of DNE Pharmaceuticals. The product description claims the formula is ephedra-free, but it boosts metabolism and weight loss just like products that contain ephedra. With the ephedra ban occurring so many years ago, we are stunned that companies still sell products that they insist on comparing to ephedra. The ingredient list is nothing more than caffeine and stimulants.
We did not find an official website for DNE Pharmaceuticals. The company appears to be formulating and branding supplements without a website. This is not uncommon as a company can be created from a personal computer and private formulation and labeling ordered online. Basically, anyone can create a supplement company and sell a product and they never have to touch a bottle.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin B6
- Chromium Picolinate
- Pantothenic Acid
- Cola Acuminata
- Paulina Cupana
- Garcinia Cambogia
- Green Tea
- Eleutherococcus Senticosus
- Zingiber Officinale
- Bee Propolis Powder
- Salix Alba
- Jaborandi Extract
The main ingredients in Maxadrine EFM are caffeine, garcinia cambogia and green tea. Caffeine is a stimulant that works on the central nervous system. It is clinically proven to boost energy and speed up metabolism. There is 200 mg of caffeine per dose and the dieter is supposed to take the supplement twice a day – supplying 400 mg of caffeine per day. This amount of caffeine can affect sleep, especially if the second dose is taken later in the evening.
Garcinia cambogia is also a stimulant. This ingredient is also referred to as hydroxycitric acid. Hydroxycitric acid was reported to cause liver problems so some companies pulled the ingredient and replaced it with other, safer ingredients. Hydroxycut, for instance, replaced garcinia cambogia with green coffee bean extract. Green tea is the final important ingredient in the mix.
Green tea is proven to boost metabolism and there are other health benefits associated with the ingredient. DNE Pharmaceuticals did not bother to list any of the clinical studies completed that support weight loss claims. As a matter of fact, the product description for the supplement is extremely short and useless in terms of describing the supplement.
- We found a complete list of all the ingredients used in Maxadrine EFM.
- Caffeine and green tea have strong support from clinical studies.
- May increase energy and metabolism.
- There is too much caffeine per dose and per day.
- Could interfere with sleep patterns.
- The dieters may feel fatigued the morning after starting the supplement.
Maxadrine EFM is one of those supplements that pack together a bunch of stimulants and call it a weight loss supplement. We do not see an appetite suppressant, but we do see a stimulant that may cause liver damage.