Below we take an in-depth look into Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power, to see whether this new stimulant ingredient is as potent, effective and safe as claimed.
Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is a single-ingredient supplement that claims to provide an energy boost that is three times more potent than the banned substance DMAA. It appears to be marketed primarily at the bodybuilding market, as the manufacturers also claim that it has a vasodilatory effect (meaning that it causes the veins to “pop” more to accentuate the appearance of muscles).
Although this product is sold by Chaos and Pain, the trademark for the key ingredient itself is held by an extremely controversial company called Duracap Labs. As of early 2018, the founders and co-owners of this troubled manufacturer are facing criminal charges for placing illegal steroids in some of their products without declaring them on the label. The company has also been the subject of another lawsuit in the past by another supplement manufacturer called Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, in which they were accused of being the original creators of SARMs (a set of unsafe substances that attempt to mimic the effects of anabolic steroids). Orchilean was likely originally manufactured in the same facility associated with the production of the offending steroids and SARMs.
Almost nothing is known about Orchilean or how it works (no studies have ever been conducted on humans in the past). As such, it is impossible to know precisely how it will affect customers, especially over the long-term. Given the troubling history of the original manufacturer and the product’s claimed similarity to the banned DMAA, we recommend extreme caution.
Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is relatively cheap, and its price appears to have been lowered significantly on the official Chaos and Pain webstore. A 90-capsule pack costs $25.99 on the Chaos and Pain website (plus around $6-$7 in shipping). We’ve also seen it on sale at Patriot Supplements, where the same pack costs $29.99.
We don’t like to see supplement customers being treated as human guinea pigs, but this is precisely what is happening when products like this go on sale. The manufacturers, customers and everyone else have no idea what this stimulant might do to you, what risks it poses and how it might even work.
Disturbingly, we are not even 100% sure that this product even contains Cymbidium Goeringii Extract. What little evidence we do have suggests that this ingredient should not even have a stimulant effect, and the original manufacturer (Duracap Labs) has a shocking history of placing undeclared illegal steroids in their products. It’s not outrageous to suggest that this product may have some unknown chemical stimulant in it rather than orchid extracts; such behaviour is clearly in line with Duracap’s past.
In any case, Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is not thought to be any good. The few customer reviews we were able to locate remained disappointed with the simulant effect, with most choosing to combine it with yet more stimulant ingredients to get their fix. Though cheap, this product seems to have been a waste of money for most.
Overall, we advise sticking to the familiar, and avoid investing in such a mysterious and troubling ingredient such as this.
We do not recommend Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power to our readers.
Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is a product that claims to provide a vasodilatory and diuretic effect, which has the effect of making veins appear more prominent on the muscles of bodybuilders. As the name might suggest, it also claims to provide a strong stimulant effect, which customers can presumably harness in their workouts.
Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is produced by Chaos and Pain, a supplement manufacturer known for its zany packaging designs and interesting approach to naming products. Chaos and Pain have some of the weirdest branding strategies we’ve ever seen, giving otherwise innocuous pre-workout supplements names like “Cannibal Ferox” or “PWND Gamerz Aggro”. Their brightly coloured and stylised bottles resemble the designs that a heavy metal fan might spray-paint onto the side of their van, adorned with beautifully-drawn skulls, crying angels, and other eye-catching imagery. Unsurprisingly, the company also sells a line of t-shirts. Customers can contact Chaos and Pain using the contact form provided on the official website, or they can email the company at [email protected], phone them on 1-855-798-6039 or reach them by post at 5149 Selkirk, Birmingham, AL 35242.
This product contains a single ingredient, which is reportedly derived from Cymbidium Goeringii Extract. The manufacturers mainly promote this ingredient as a stimulant, one that is supposedly three times stronger than banned substances like DMAA. In addition, this ingredient also supposedly has roots in Chinese traditional medicine, and is said to be a potent anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial substance with healing properties.
Athletes may also be drawn to Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power due to its apparent vasodilatory and diuretic effects, which means that it can make the veins pop out on a bodybuilder’s muscles. Chaos and Pain go as far as to say that customers will be “vascular enough to be mistaken for a road map of a major metropolitan city”.
The few customer reviews we were able to find covering this product all unanimously stated that the stimulant effect of Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power was fairly weak, and extremely far from “three times stronger than DMAA”.
The truth is that we have no evidence that Orchilean does anything at all. Orchids were actually used in traditional Chinese medicine, but their supposed properties are vaguely and irregularly defined. There is also no reason to expect that they would have a vasodilatory or diuretic effect either.
Given the negative customer reviews, we would imagine this product does little to nothing (and as we explain in our verdict section, we are not even certain that this product contains Cymbidium Goeringii Extract as claimed).
The sole ingredient found in Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is listed below. The quantity listed below is correct for 1 capsule.
Virtually nothing is known about Ochilean, how it works, or what risks it might pose. Experimenting with untested stimulants is potentially dangerous; the risks of a related substance called DMAA include heart palpitations, strokes, heart attacks and deaths. The manufacturers claim that Orchilean is three times as strong as DMAA – although this is likely false, any similarity to DMAA could mean that the two substances carry similar risks.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. If you are taking any medications or are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase.
Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is not regularly discussed on the Internet, and there appear to be no customer reviews posted on any of the sale pages we could find. However, we were able to find a few comments posted to the forums of www.bodybuilding.com and Anabolic Minds, with most former customers remaining unimpressed with this product’s stimulant effect.
First i started with 2 pills, which is 100mg of it (each capsule 50mg) and i could already notice to have a better workout and to have a lot more energy. In its natural form, Cymbidium Goeringii is a botanical tonic that can greatly improve the body’s ability to increase energy levels and adapt to stress. I was expecting euphoric effect even stronger than at DMHA but i didn’t get it, neither at 3 capsules (150mg). So my conclusion is this is a very good supplement for someone who needs more energy and wants to have better more aggressive and powerful workouts without even feeling any euphoria! I really like how it works. Also what i noticed was really great veins! I mean the vascularity with this item is insane!! And if there is something that I love that is vascularity
Its ok. Its not all that stimulating but I have stacked it with some lower stim pres (used 2 caps so 100mg) and felt it enhanced the stim feel. I think I picked it up super cheap during one of their sales, not bad but not something I would pay for the nose for. It almost feels like a weaker DMHA
The orchilean is a pretty good product but you need to add some mild stimulant to give you an energy kick. I didn’t feel much accept a mild increase in focus
I will agree that it does not have any stimulant factor for me and I have to take all 3 pills at once to feel anything…I do get a relaxed focus from it. BUT if your looking for a stimulant factor then I personally haven’t experienced that either
It’s tricky to say whether Chaos and Pain offer a true money-back guarantee, as they fail to detail their policy anywhere on their website. The sentence quoted below is literally the company’s entire returns policy in full:
Chaos and Pain offers a 100% money back guarantees as it stands behinds the quality of its products!!
As regular readers will know, we only consider a money-back guarantee as such if it offers customers a full refund within a reasonable time on all opened products (even if customers are expected to pay the cost and bear the risk of shipping the item back). If looking to return Cannibal Ferox, it might be worth dropping an email to the company to receive the details of their returns policy in full.
Chaos and Pain Orchilean Euphoric Stimulant Power is available to buy on the official Chaos and Pain webstore and on Patriot Supplements. A 90-capsule pack costs $25.99 when purchased from Chaos and Pain directly, and $29.99 from Patriot Supplements.
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