Below we take an in-depth look into LMNITRIX Harambe Blood, to see whether this stimulant/amino acid blend can deliver the desired benefits without the associated jitters.
LMNITRIX Harambe Blood is a pre-workout supplement that claims to provide a strong burst of energy, key improvements to strength and endurance output, and a boost to mental clarity and focus. It comes in the form of a powder designed to be mixed with water, and the array of flavours available are truly unique – options include mango candy, blue slush, pink starblast, and sour gummy bear. Along with the slightly ridiculous name, this product’s other main distinguishing feature is its heavy reliance on stimulants, giving customers a shot of caffeine that’s roughly equivalent to 4 cups of coffee in a single serving!
LMNITRIX Harambe Blood uses a massive quantity of caffeine and other stimulants to achieve its energy-boosting effect. Unfortunately, the promised benefits will come alongside fairly inevitable side effects. To reduce the risk for harm, we advise avoiding all other sources of caffeine whilst using this product.
The high quantity of caffeine used in this product (which is just under the daily safe limit per serving) can cause jitters, insomnia, more frequent urination, headaches, irritability, and more. This product also contains a relatively untested stimulant called DMHA, which is chemically similar to a banned substance called DMAA. Although the side effects of DMHA are unknown, its banned cousin can cause high blood pressure, heart attacks, and death. We advise caution whilst using it.
Unfortunately, there isn’t enough space here to go into every adverse effect in detail. Check the Side Effects tab for more information!
LMNITRIX Harambe Blood retails for $39.99 from all retailers. Customers receive a quantity of powder that should last for 25 days if used every day. Harambe Blood is available to buy from the official LMNITRIX webstore, Nutrition Pit, and eBay.
The funny thing about pre-workouts like this is that whilst they work in theory, it’s hard to say whether they could offer anything beneficial in practice.
One key problem is that this product really overdoes it on the stimulants. In one shot of Harambe Blood, customers are drinking the equivalent of 4 cups of coffee in one go, along with another stimulant that’s highly similar to a banned and dangerous substance that has killed people. The strain this could put on your body could well end up being intolerable and dangerous – customers are as likely to end up hyperventilating in the corner than having a good and productive workout.
To make matters worse, there are no customer reviews to read online, making it impossible to really know how you’re likely to react to this concoction. The manufacturer’s returns policy is confusing and contradictory, with different policies laid out on different parts of the website. As such, customers may not be able to receive a refund on what could be a dud purchase.
This product remains risky in almost every conceivable way, and we urge customers to consider safer and more established pre-workouts for their collection. Plus, the name is unforgivably stupid.
Overall, we do not recommend LMNITRIX Harambe Blood to our readers.
LMNITRIX Harambe Blood is a pre-workout product that claims to offer customers “mind-blowing pumps” and “intense energy”. It uses a huge dosage of caffeine to achieve the bulk of its effect, which ends up being just short of the 400mg daily recommended limit. This product’s other distinguishing feature is its unique offer to donate a dollar from every sale to Gorilla Doctors, a charity dedicated to gorilla conservation in Africa.
This bizarrely-named product is manufactured by an American supplement company called LMNITRIX, who are based out of West Virginia. LMNITRIX describe themselves as a family-run company, and are mainly known for their range of pre-workouts, BCAAs, and other workout aids. As well as selling each of their products individually, LMNITRIX have taken the unusual step of combining different products into pre-arranged “stacks” that target weight loss, athletic performance, and other areas. The company can be contacted via the details supplied on their official website.
The directions for use are as follows:
LMNITRIX claim that this pre-workout can grant customers the best workouts of their life, with strong pumps, increased energy, and improved strength and endurance. The formula is also said to increase mental clarity and focus, helping gym-goers to stay mentally strong during a tough workout.
Given the quantity of stimulants in this product (including caffeine and DMHA), it will undoubtedly give customers a huge burst of jittery energy. The inclusion of citrulline malate and beta alanine should work well to provide greater strength and endurance, and the increased Nitric Oxide production provided by these ingredients should result in greater flows of blood to the muscles during workouts. Finally, the use of several nootropic ingredients (such as Huperzine A, L-Tyrosine, and Choline) should provide a general boost to mental clarity and focus.
It’s worth mentioning that products that overdo their stimulant effect could work well in theory but not in practice, as the side effects could become so intolerable that customers feel they cannot continue using the product. With no customer reviews available to check online, it’s hard to establish how tolerable this extremely high dose of caffeine is.
The ingredients found in LMNITRIX Harambe Blood are listed below. The quantities listed are correct for 1 scoop (14g) of powder.
This product uses high doses of different kind of stimulants. As such, the list of potential side effects is lengthy.
One key ingredient, DMHA, is chemically very similar to a banned substance called DMAA. Although it remains unclear how safe DMHA is due to a shocking lack of research on it, its brother DMAA has been associated with raised blood pressure and heart rates, and has been linked with causing strokes, heart attacks, and death, even in previously healthy people. Other side effects may include shortness of breath and tightening in the chest, seizures, neurological problems, and psychiatric problems. We advise caution when taking untested stimulants like DMHA.
This product also contains huge doses of other caffeine-based stimulants. High doses of caffeine can cause headaches, jitteriness, insomnia, an increased heartrate, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, and increased blood pressure. Ingredients like Norvaline and citrulline can increase Nitric Oxide levels, and this can in turn lower blood pressure; anyone who already has low blood pressure, or who is taking medications that affect blood pressure, should avoid taking supplements that claim to increase NO levels.
Although rare, a long side effects list has been identified for Huperzine A, which can cause increased salivation, an inability to control urination, slurred speech, and muscle twitching.
Although Tyrosine is tolerated generally in very high doses, it can cause some side effects including nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn, and joint pain. Citrulline Malate can cause an upset stomach in some people, but this is less likely if taken on an empty stomach.
Choline supplementation can cause a range of side effects including sweating, a fishy body odour, gastrointestinal distress, diarrhoea, and vomiting.
This stimulant-based product contains a huge dose of caffeine that may cause a variety of side effects. Avoid all other sources of caffeine whilst consuming this product. Please consult your healthcare practitioner before using any nutritional supplement, especially if you are taking medications on a regular basis, anticipate surgery, or are otherwise under medical supervision. Product not intended for use by children under 18 or women who are pregnant or lactating.
LMNITRIX Harambe Blood has not received much attention online, and we were unable to find any customer reviews discussing this product online (apart from one YouTuber who appeared to be satisfied with his purchase). With few comments to read, it is impossible for any future customers to uncover how effective this mixture really is, as well as whether the powder is tasty and easy to mix.
LMNITRIX’s policy on returns is fairly confusing. On their “returns policy”, the company states that they only offer refunds on unopened packages returned within 14 days of receiving it. This policy does not qualify as a money-back guarantee, which should only refer to opened packages (meaning that customers have had a chance to try the product and decide they don’t like it before receiving a refund).
Incidentally, the company claims to offer a real money-back guarantee on the product page for Harambe Blood, where they claim that dissatisfied customers can appeal for a full refund within 60 days. A similar policy is mentioned on another page but this policy only seems to apply to their BCAA product. To quote the website:
We offer a full 60-day risk free trial. If you’re not 100% satisfied with your BCAA for any reason, we’ll give you a full refund. Zero strings attached. Zero bottle returns. Zero hoops to jump through.
It may be worth contacting the company for clarification if you are thinking of applying for a refund for Harambe Blood, as the website is full of strange contradictions on this issue!
LMNITRIX Harambe Blood can be purchased from the official LMNITRIX website, as well as eBay and Nutrition Pit. A single 350g pack (containing 25 servings) costs $39.99 from all retailers.
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