Redline Energy Drink
- Caffeine level250 mg
- Caffeine strengthEXTREME
- Serving size
VPX Redline Energy Drink is a powerful blend aimed at assisting fat loss in bodybuilders.
Redline comes in many forms including RTD, Xtreme, Redline Liguid Caps and varies in caffeine by type/flavor.
Above is the caffeine amount of their Standard RTD variety although some flavors can have a little more or less caffeine.
Redline Caffeine Amounts (All Varieties)
|Xtreme Triple Berry||316mg|
|RTD Strawberry Lemonade||316mg|
|RTD Triple Berry||250mg|
|RTD Watermelon Kiwi||316mg|
|RTD Peach Mango||250mg|
|Meltdown RTD Peach Mango||230mg|
|Meltdown RTD Watermelon||230mg|
At on time pure Redline liquid was for sale and contained 250mg of caffeine in a single teaspoon, but this has been since discontunued due to health concerns.
Redline's Energy Ingredients
Redline RTD Comes in an 8oz canister shaped bottle and is made with a proprietary blend totaling 350mg:
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Evoburn (Pure Evodiamine)
- Guggulsterone E&Z
- Yerba Mate
- Green Tea
- 5-HTP (5-hydroxy-L-tryptophan)
- cAMP (adenosine cyclic 3'5'-monophosphate)
- Yohimbine HCl
This drink is aimed specifically at BodyBuilders and the label recommends only trying half a can at a time. You can read more discussion about this here.
Ingredients in Redline Energy Drinkproprietary Blend Caffeine Citrate, Caffeine Anhydrous, Evoburn (pure Evodiamine), N-acetyl-tyrosine, Yerbe Mate, Green Tea, 5-hydroxy-l-tryptophan, Camp (adenosine Cyclic 3',5'-monophosphate), Vinpocetine, Yohimbine Hcl. other Ingredients Highly Purified Water, Citric Acid, Carmine Red, Liquid Red, Sucralose, Potassium Sorbate, Natural And Artificial Flavor And Natural Colors.
This is a sugar-free energy drink - compare with other sugar-free drinks.
Compared to Other Items
Redline Energy Drink contains 31.25 mg of caffeine per fl oz (105.67 mg per 100 ml). A 8 fl oz bottle has a total of 250 mg of caffeine.
Total Caffeine (mg)
SourcesManufacturers website http://www.vpxsports.com/ Other details via UCSF school of pharmacy.
Other references. Last updated on 25 Jan 2021.
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