Nootropic Energy Drink Formula - Bird Brain Energy
Tired of Bang, Gym Junkies!?! If you're looking for a brand new energy drink formula, Bird Brain has got you covered!! Bird Brain Energy is one of the newest & hottest energy drink formulas on the market. Bird Brain Energy was formulated to help provide you extreme Nootropic energy whenever you may be feeling a little... well... "Bird Brained!!" Bird Brain Energy contains 150 milligrams of Caffeine per serving, & will help to enhance your Cognitive function. It may also help to improve focus & motivation levels. Get your hands on this new & delicious energy drink today. Cure your "Bird Brain!" Introducing Bird Brain Energy!!
Bird Brain Energy Flavors
- Sour Apple
- Berry Lemonade
Bird Brain Energy Benefits
- Delicious Tasting Energy Supplement
- Helps To Enhance Cognitive Function
- May Help To Improve Focus & Motivation
- Contains Powerful Nootropics
- Formula Includes Many Vitamins & Minerals
- 150 Milligrams Of Caffeine Per Serving
How Do I Take Bird Brain Energy?
Bird Brain recommends enjoying a Bird Brain Energy Drink whenever you need a Midday pick-me-up, extreme focus, or energy to power you through a though gym workout!!
Bird Brain Energy Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Can
Servings Per Container: 12
Total Carbohydrates 12g
Total Sugars 0g
Niacin (As Niacinamide) 16mg
Vitamin B6 (As Pyridozine Hydrochloride) 2mg
Vitamin B12 (As Cyanocobalamin) 2mcg
Pantothenic Acid (As Calcium Pantothenate) 5mg
N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine 500mg
AlphaSize Alpha-Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline 150mg
Other Ingredients: Carbonated Water, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors, Stevia Extract (Rebaudioside A), Monk Fruit Extract.
Bird Brain Energy Side Effects & Warnings
Intended only for healthy adults aged 18 & over. Consume as part of a healthy diet and exercise program and drink at least 100 Fluid Ounces of Water per day. Exercise may increase your need for fluid intake. Do not combine with Alcohol.
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