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I'm confused on what this company is for and how it could be profitable?
The paresthesia effect from Beta-Alanine is a hit or miss for people. I love the tingle so I included 4g in the full efficacious dosage meant for the pre-workout benefits. It’s a multi-functional pre-workout with a nootropic emphasis. We have a NIH study on our science page that talks about the nootropic benefits of Beta-Alanine. Also Beta-Alanine saturates similarly to creatine for its performance enhancing and endurance boosting benefits. It has been well tolerated and safely studied in dosages of 3.2g, 4g, and even upwards of 6.4g. The average user that is using it for studying, gaming, nootropic benefits can use 1 scoop yielding 150mg caffeine and 2g of beta-alanine. The tingling sensation will be there but not overpowering and some users may not even feel it at that dose. Let me know if you have any more questions :)
Also which ingredients have potential side effects? 1 scoop yields 150mg of caffeine (1.5 cups of coffee), and 2 yields 300mg (standard energy drink). That is the compound most likely to cause side effects and we are willing to take that risk. The beta-alanine can cause a harmless and temporary paresthesia effect, but I enjoy the feeling along with many others. Every other ingredient in there is not likely to cause side effects at the dosages that they are at. The only questionable one is huperzine (we are testing the formula right now) so we are considering removing it and replacing it with something else or increasing the alpha-gpc. Would love to know which ones you consider to have potential side effects :)
Standard dosing in the industry for CBD tends to be 10-25mg sometimes 30-35mg, if you're lucky. 50mg is a solid dose that most people will feel the benefits of. Stacked with our other future products like our pump pills, users would be able to reach 100mg+ of CBD plus our future products will include newer and more powerful cannabinoids like CBG and CBN. Which ingredients in particular are based on "junk science"? For example, L-Theanine has been extensively studied by the National Institute of Health (NIH) along with many of the other ingredients in the formula. Almost every ingredient has at least one NIH study on its benefits. I would recommend checking out our science tab at hempiresupps.com/science and look at the NIH studies that back up every ingredient on the label of Brain Pump and click and scroll through the studies to gain a better understanding. You don't seem like a supplement person though but I appreciate the constructive criticism! Lion's Mane is a fantastic mushroom, I love it in my food. But extract form allows you to gain more of it's proven benefits with a lower amount ;)