Yellow Haze Review
What You Should Know
Yellow Haze with Ephedra is one of the few ephedra fat burners that still has an official website. The website is miniscule with only a bit of information, but the site clearly states that Yellow Haze contains 25 mg of Ephedra. The supplement is not sold through the website, however, and that could be the one reason the site has not been targeted by the FDA. It only offers information on the product. When we clicked the Find a Dealer button at the bottom of the website, we were taken to an error page.
List of Ingredients
- Yohimbe HCL
There are only three ingredients in Yellow Haze, but those three ingredients are enough. Ephedra, the king of all fat burners, is included with the typical dose of 25 mg. Ephedra will increase heart rate, increase blood pressure and increase metabolism. There are proven weight loss benefits associated with this ingredient, but the risks were too high and after the deaths of some professional athletes, the FDA placed Ephedra on a banned list and currently regulates sales.
Cayenne is added to increase the absorption of the other ingredients. It has no thermogenic properties to speak of and does not increase metabolism or weight loss.
Yohimbe HCL is a natural stimulant, but it is not as strong as straight caffeine. Caffeine is typically included with ephedra to even out the energy and prolong the effect of the ingredient. We assume the yohimbe is standardized for caffeine, but how much caffeine is not revealed on the Yellow Haze website.
- The official website clearly lists ingredients.
- May improve weight loss.
- The link to dealers is no longer active.
- If the product contained real ephedra it is no longer legal.
- Caffeine is not added to even out the ephedra boost.
- Could cause negative side effects.
- May be addictive if real ephedra is used.
There is a good chance that Yellow Haze is no longer available for sale in the United States. The company may have purchased the official website URL for multiple years, which would explain why the website is still active. There are no contact links or additional information about the company or supplement.
There was a time when ephedra was considered safe and effective, but after the CDC started hearing rumors about illness and death associated with ephedra use – combined with the fact that ephedra was being use to cook street drugs – the FA stepped in.