Fireball Liqui-Fusion

When picking the right supplement for you, it can sometimes be useful to check out products that claim to do a number of things at once. Athletes looking to bulk up muscle and trim away body fat might opt for a specialised product that burns fat and boost athletic performance whilst less active dieters may look for something different entirely. The key, as always, is to make sure your chosen product works as advertised!

Below we take an in-depth look into Fireball Liqui-Fusion, to see whether this fat burner/performance booster can deliver results without providing damaging side effects.

Fireball Liqui-Fusion Pros

  • Effective energy booster

Fireball Liqui-Fusion Cons

  • Several side effects
  • No ingredient quantities provided
  • Confusing return policy
  • No longer available online (04/2017
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Fireball Liqui-Fusion


What You Need To Know About Fireball Liqui-Fusion

Fireball Liqui-Fusion is a fat burner and energy booster that appears to be marketed toward athletic and sporty customers. The product is said to boost the levels of epinephrine (adrenaline) in the body, and increase the rate of thermogenesis (fat burning) at the cellular level. Though once available through the manufacturer’s website, Amazon and eBay, the product appears to be out of stock everywhere at the moment (although it is listed as on ‘back order’ on the official website).

Fireball Liqui-Fusion is manufactured by Vitamin World, a company that sells a range of diet supplements, sports supplements, beauty products, multivitamins and more. The company offers a few interesting deals for bulk buyers on the website, and promises to honour all sales with a money back guarantee (although the actual returns policy is very poorly worded).

What Are The Side Effects Of Fireball Liqui-Fusion?

Fireball Liqui-Fusion will almost certainly come with side effects, and the majority of customer reviews mentions several serious problems associated with taking it (particularly with nausea, dizziness and anxiety).

The high levels of caffeine are probably the biggest problem, as overuse of caffeine has been known to cause sleeplessness, rapid heartbeat, anxiety, headaches, restlessness and more. Yohimbine and Hoodia have also regularly been associated with serious and common side effects, ranging from stomach problems, high blood pressure, dizziness, shaking, frequent urination, drooling, sinus pain and a tingling sensation.

Other ingredients contained within the mix could also cause itching, sweating, tiredness, muscle cramps, blurred vision, loss of appetite and a runny nose.

How Much Does Fireball Liqui-Fusion Cost?

When it was available on the Vitamin World website, Fireball Liqui-Fusion cost $52.99 for 120 softgels (a month’s supply) and $89.99 for 240 softgels with free shipping. Vitamin World also seems to offer a number of deals on their website which could bring the price down further.

Our Verdict On Fireball Liqui-Fusion

The one good thing to say about Fireball Liqui-Fusion is that it likely works as advertised. The high levels of caffeine and green tea in the mix reportedly gives a strong energy boost, and other ingredients that improve circulation should give a good boost during workouts. These effects, plus a few other ingredients that may burn fat, could help to aid weight loss.

The main and obvious drawback is that all these benefits come at the cost of some serious side effects. Nearly all customer reviews complain of crippling side effects (including dizziness, anxiety, jitters and stomach pains), which seems to have caused many to give up using the product. This problem may have something to do with Fireball Liqui-Fusion being apparently pulled from sale on the Internet, as the company have foreseen someone becoming seriously ill from using this formula.

To summarise in a sentence: there’s no point using an effective product if it makes you so sick that it’s intolerable to take!

We do not recommend Fireball Liqui-Fusion to our readers.

Fireball Liqui-Fusion Review

Fireball Liqui-Fusion is an energy-boosting and fat-burning formula that is designed to be taken with the two largest meals of the day. The manufacturers claim that the product releases epinephrine (otherwise known as adrenaline) and increases the rate of thermogenesis in the body. Due to the language used and the specific functions it performs, we imagine that Fireball Liqui-Fusion is probably aimed mainly at athletes and highly active customers.

Fireball Liqui-Fusion Facts

  • Manufactured by Vitamin World
  • Contains 120 or 240 softgels per bottle
  • Fat-burning and energy-boosting supplement

This fat burner is produced and sold by Vitamin World, an American manufacturer with various product lines. Along with the usual supplements (including sporting supplements and weight loss pills), the company also sells beauty products, holistic health products, multivitamins, and healing herbs. The company’s contact details are clearly provided in the ‘Contact Us’ section of the official website.

How to Take Fireball Liqui-Fusion

For adults, take two softgels two times daily, 30–60 minutes before your workout or with a meal. Limit your use to no more than two softgels in a 4-hour period. Begin with one softgel to assess individual tolerance.

Fireball Liqui-Fusion Concerns:

  • Ingredient quantities not listed
  • Many customers mention experiencing side effects
  • Product is quite expensive

What Does Fireball Liqui-Fusion Claim To Do?

In their description of Fireball Liqui-Fusion, Vitamin World goes into some detail about the process that takes place. According to the manufacturers, Fireball Liqui-Fusion stimulates the release of epinephrine into the bloodstream, which in turn increases thermogenesis at the cellular level. Other ingredients then interact with enzymes that decrease cellular activity and further increase thermogenesis.

Although this (somewhat needlessly) complex explanation describes the product’s effects in a manner, Vitamin World seems to shy away from spelling out any specific benefits resulting from this. Although not stated by the manufacturer, most customers will expect to lose weight through fat burning and receive a boost of energy to help them in their workouts.

Does Fireball Liqui-Fusion Work?

The main active ingredients that will actually work to burn fat are plain old caffeine and green tea, with most of the other fat burners contained in the mix either failing to be backed by science or being generally ineffective. There are a significant number of ingredients in the mix that promote better circulation, lowered blood pressure and wider arteries, which should also work well with the energy boost to promote high performance in the gym. Oddly enough, Vitamin World has also shoved in a couple of nootropic cognitive boosters, although we cannot say why.

Overall, we imagine this formula would probably work at providing energy, giving an athletic performance boost and could burn a little fat as well. The evidence of the available customer reviews backs this up, as most customers seem to claim that the formula is effective (as long as you are able to bear the numerous side effects).

What Are The Ingredients of Fireball Liqui-Fusion?

The ingredients contained within Fireball Liqui-Fusion are listed below. Readers should note that most ingredient quantities are not listed for this product, which can make it tough to estimate how effective the overall mix is. For those that are listed, the quantities listed will be correct for 1 serving of Fireball Liqui-Fusion (2 softgels).

  • Niacin 14 mg: Vitamin B3 can be supplemented to improve cholesterol levels and decrease cardiovascular risks.
  • Yohimbine HCl Extract 3 mg: Yohimbe has been seemingly linked with every benefit imaginable, including weight loss, athletic performance, sexual performance and dozens more. Although it is known to increase blood flow, there is no evidence that it can help to cause weight loss.

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  • Caffeine 187 mg: Numerous studies have shown that caffeine boosts energy levels and alertness, as well as mildly boosting the metabolism, causing a small increase in the number of calories used by the body. The effects shown in studies are small, and some studies are inconclusive.
  • Green Tea Extract: Green tea is high in a group of antioxidants called catechins. Studies have suggested that catechins and caffeine both increase energy expenditure by boosting the metabolism temporarily. However, the metabolic increase caused by green tea is limited. One study found that the use of green tea was not enough to counteract weight gain following a high-calorie diet.
  • Camellia Sinensis: This is simply another name for green tea. EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate) is a catechin contained within green tea that has been linked to antioxidants and cancer-fighting properties.
  • White Willow Extract: Willow bark contains salicin, which acts a painkiller, and is thought to be as effective as aspirin. There is some evidence that when taken in conjunction with kola nut and ephedra, it can cause weight loss. It does not seem to have been tested on its own for weight loss properties.
  • Sesame Oil: One study has suggested that a specific brand of sesame oil can help to lower the blood pressure of heart patients who were already on a course of blood pressure medications. No evidence exists to prove whether this effect takes place in ordinary users.
  • White Quebracho Extract: This plant is sometimes used to treat high blood pressure.
  • Gotu Kola Extract: Research is still preliminary, but this herb may act as a diuretic and sedative. There is some speculation that it could be used to treat anxiety, but the doses used in preliminary trials were very high.
  • Hoodia Gordonii: This plant extract was eaten traditionally in the South African bush to stave off hunger. There is almost no clinical evidence that actually proves that it works, and far more studies that show that the product is ineffective and unsafe, frequently causing a wide range of side effects.

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  • Xanthinol Nicotinate: This vasodilator improves blood circulation and has been found to mildly improve memory.
  • Codonopsis Extract: This herb is known for increasing circulation and increasing white and blood cell counts. Although thought to increase endurance, Codonopsis has also been linked with weight gain.
  • Indian Elecampane Extract: Elecampane is primarily used to kill intestinal worms, although it may improve general stomach functions and reduce the incidence of diarrhoea.
  • Ginkgo Biloba Extract: Appears to improve circulation, and may help to kill bacteria in the body that could cause infections, although it is used as an herbal remedy to treat a range of ailments.
  • Evodia Extract: Evodia is a plant that is thought by some to be a thermogenic weight-loss aid. Clinical evidence is sparse, and no research has been conducted in humans. Studies in rats also show that it reduces the effectiveness of caffeine, and causes caffeine to break down much quicker.
  • Huperzine Extract: A chemical that is often synthesised from the Hyperzia Serrata plant, Huperzine-A, is thought to be a cognitive enhancer. Because of the relatively long half-life of this compound, its use should be cycled, with breaks in usage every few weeks.
  • Phosphatidylserine: This chemical plays a major role in maintaining and restoring cells, particularly in the brain. It is most commonly used to improve cognitive function.

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  • Cayenne Pepper: Capsaicin, found in Cayenne pepper, is thought by some to play a role in weight loss. Some studies suggest it could suppress the appetite mildly, whilst others suggest that the heat causes a thermogenic reaction in the body, burning more calories for a period of time. However, there are also studies that show cayenne has little or no effect upon weight loss attempts.
  • Inositol Hexaphosphate: Inositol is thought to be quite effective as a means of treating insulin resistance and various mental and emotional conditions. There is insufficient evidence on whether it helps to burn fat.
  • Black Pepper Extract: Piperine, a substance found in black pepper, has recently been found to help block the formation of new fat cells, which could have a slimming effect. More research is needed to confirm.

Does Fireball Liqui-Fusion Have Any Side Effects?

Fireball Liqui-Fusion seems to have various side effects, and they are often mentioned in customer reviews. The most common side effects mentioned by customers are dizziness, anxiety, and caffeine-related effects.

Many of the most likely side effects customers should expect are related to the high caffeine content. In overconsumed, caffeine can cause insomnia, rapid heartbeats, nervousness, restlessness, headaches, chest pain, shaking and a ringing in the ears.

Although the dose contained within this mix is low, Yohimbe has been associated with countless side effects over the years, including stomach problems, high blood pressure, dizziness, tremors, sleep problems, anxiety, nausea, bloating, frequent urination, drooling and sinus pain.

In one study into Hoodia (which found that it did not suppress the appetite at all), participants reported a high number of side effects, which included headaches, nausea, vomiting, ‘odd skin sensations’, increased blood pressure and increases in heart rate. There were also signs of liver damage in some of the participants.
Of the 49 women in the trial, 25 took Hoodia whilst the remaining 24 participants took a placebo; these Hoodia taking participants reported 208 incidences of side effects over the course of the 15-day trial, suggesting that side effects are incredibly common.

Other ingredients in this product (White Willow, Quebracho, Huperzine, Inositol, Capsicum) could variously cause an itchy sensation, nausea/stomach upset, headaches, dizziness, tiredness, sweating, drooling, diarrhoea, runny nose, blurred vision, loss of appetite, increased urination, and muscle cramps.

Not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women. If you are taking any medications, planning any medical procedure or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Avoid this product if you are allergic to aspirin, if you have liver or kidney disease, or high blood pressure. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. This product contains caffeine. Avoid additional consumption of caffeine, which may intensify adverse effects. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Store at room temperature. Do not use if seal under cap is broken or missing.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Fireball Liqui-Fusion?

Although Fireball Liqui-Fusion has been discontinued from all online stores as of April 2017, a few customer reviews are still accessible. Customers generally agree that the product works (although some are adamant that it doesn’t), and many complain of serious side effects.

They give me energy to do my workouts after work when I am extremely tired. I have been taking them for some time now.

If your body doesn’t do well with large amounts of caffeine, this is not for you… It does make you sweat ALOT, and like coffee, you can get jittery. I felt like I had ADHD because I couldn’t focus too much on one thing, on the account that I just wanted to keep moving quickly. It is a thermogenic, meaning it makes you sweat so that your body can metabolise your food faster because in order to burn one calorie your body has to reach a certain temperature. I didn’t stick with it cause I just wasn’t remembering to take it. It does boost your workout to give you the energy, I lost 14 lbs in weeks, only stretching out for 15 minutes in the morning and before bed, and ate whatever I wanted. You do want to take it with a large meal if you’re not working out. If you don’t eat, you will get dizzy and very weak.

I take this stuff, and my head feels heavy and dizzy and I feel nervous or anxious on the inside. I was taking it for the past two weeks before 4 mile runs, but no results… Just feeling slightly dizzy and nervous, and hard to take a nap during the day, even though my body feels tired from workouts…

Very good but makes me sick.

Does Fireball Liqui-Fusion Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

Vitamin World claim that they offer a money back guarantee on their official website, but we find the wording used in their returns policy to be far too vague to confirm this. The company claim that ‘your satisfaction of our product is completely guaranteed for 90 days from the date of purchase’, but the company doesn’t really lay out a returns policy or procedure. In another section of the website, Vitamin World claim that they accept returns on opened packages ‘in general’, but we don’t feel that this is a strong enough statement to reassure customers. We recommend contacting the company directly if you feel dissatisfied, and getting a more solid commitment in writing that the refund will be issued in full before sending your product back.

Where Can I Buy Fireball Liqui-Fusion?

As of April 2017, Fireball Liqui-Fusion seems to have been discontinued everywhere, although the official Vitamin World website claims that they are on ‘back order’. It is possible that the product will make a return, but is currently out of stock from every website it was once available from (including Amazon and eBay).

When available, Fireball Liqui-Fusion costs $52.99 for a month’s supply of softgels (120 in total) and $89.99 for 240 softgels (prices taken from the official Vitamin World website). Shipping should be free on all orders, and Vitamin World seems to regularly offer deals on products bought from their online store (such as buy 2, get 3 free).

Summary: Fireball Liqui-Fusion

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