Have any warnings ever been issued for the small flavored, 5-hour, "no crash" energy drinks?
#105909. Asked by star_gazer. (May 28 09 3:40 PM)
The 5-Hour Energy shot is advertised on television as a "burst of energy" that won't make you "crash" when it wears off. The label advises that the high levels of niacin may cause skin flushing and the sensation of heat in individuals not used to such a dosage. Contains 15 calories in each 2 oz. (60 mL) bottle and costs $2.49. Reviews say the drink is palatable, and the energy effects are pronounced well passed the 5 hour mark. http://www.productwiki.com/chaser-5-hour-energy-shot/
May 28 09, 3:46 PM
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