Demon Burn 50

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Demon Burn 50 is a fat burner that contains ephedra extract and according to the product information is only suitable for experienced fat burner users. It is aimed at the body builder market so will probably not suit you if you are just trying to lose some weight.

We take an in depth look at Demon Burn 50 to find out more about this supplement.

Demon Burn 50 Pros

  • There is no good reason why you should take this supplement

Demon Burn 50 Cons

  • Contains ingredients that can cause dangerous side effects
  • Inadequate ingredients information
  • No information about manufacture or the country of origin
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Demon Burn 50

Demon Burn 50 Review

Demon Burn 50 Facts

  • Each bottle contains 100 capsules
  • On sale in both the USA and the UK
  • No independent customer feedback

Demon Burn 50 is produced by a company called Hard Rock Supplements and is on sale from online retailers who specialise in providing strong supplements.

This one is no exception. Demon Burn 50 contains a range of stimulant ingredients all designed to decrease your appetite, burn fat and provide energy and focus to your training.

The idea is that this combination will give you fast weight loss results and provide a kick-start to your metabolism as well as enhancing your performance in the gym. Although these types of fat burners are often aimed at athletes, some competitive athletes may run into problems with drug testing after taking stimulants.

Demon Burn 50 contains Methlysnephrine and synephrine two very similar compounds both present in natural substances. They are often used as a replacement to banned ephedra because they have a stimulant effect and can raise body temperature and metabolic rate as well as increase heart rate and blood pressure. They are often included in diet pills because they decrease the appetite too.

Synephrine is considered a banned substance by some sporting authorities including the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

In addition, Demon burn 50 contains Phenylethylamine HCL a synthesised version of a natural amino acid and known for causing a mild euphoric effect and short-lived buzz. Phenylethylamine is naturally found in chocolate along with another ingredient in this supplement; Theobromine – a natural chemical that can widen blood vessels and a powerful stimulant.

All these ingredients are well known in the supplements world but there are concerns about safety. You will probably notice your heart beating faster and it will increase your blood pressure, so this combination is certainly not suitable if you have a medical condition.

According to the product information, Demon Burn 50 also contains ephedra extract and Eph is present in the ingredients list. This substance is banned in most countries because it is dangerous and has even led to deaths in some cases.

We cannot believe that companies are openly selling ephedra supplements but it is important to know that ephedra is a category of plant and not all varieties contain ephedrine. Not all varieties of ephedra are illegal.

Other ingredients include high levels of caffeine plus smaller amounts of green tea extract, cayenne, B vitamins and trace mineral chromium. The final ingredient is White willow bark, which contains Salicin a natural pain reliever and once the active ingredient of aspirin. This comes with numerous health concerns and can cause side effects.

How to Take Demon Burn 50

Take 1 capsule per day.

Some users have reported going as high as 2 capsules per day but we would not suggest this unless you are an experienced fat burner supplement user or have a high tolerance to stimulants & other fat burner ingredients/supplements.

Demon Burn 50 is produced by a company called Hard Rock Supplements. This company have several supplements on the market and they all look similar. Other supplements include Yellow Bullet Amp, Androvar and Gains Of Steel an anabolic bulking agent.

There is zero background information to Hard Rock Supplements. No information about the manufacture of the supplements or the country of origin. It is highly possible that Hard Rock supplements are imported. Hard Rock does not have a business website. Instead, the supplements are stocked mainly by a company called the Strong Supplements Shop who have a USA and UK website.

The Strong Supplements Shop website does not inspire confidence. It is full of errors and spelling mistakes and does not provide an address or any real contact details. We did some delving and found that the UK business is based in Los Angeles with a PO Box as its registered address.

Demon Burn 50 Concerns:

  • Lack of trust regarding Strong Supplements Shop. The registered address of the UK site is a PO box in California
  • Where is this supplement made? Does it conform to basic safety and manufacturing standards? We think it is unlikely
  • The side effects. The diet pill industry is unregulated and just because a supplement is openly on sale does not mean it is safe

What Does Demon Burn 50 Claim To Do?

The advertising makes some powerful claims!

FAT IS THE DEVIL!!! It’s time to burn those demons off of you.

The team at Hardrock Supplements brings you their most POWERFUL, POTENT, and EFFECTIVE fat burner off of their 2014 line!

Demon Burn is the strongest fat burner the industry has ever seen without DMAA and is guaranteed to slash your inner demons.

According to the ramped up advertising, there are six key benefits to this ‘Advanced Thermogenic Formula’:

  • Helps Burn Fat
  • Maintain Muscle
  • Suppress Appetite
  • DMAA FREE
  • Increase Energy Levels
  • Enhanced Focus and Concentration

There is also a video to accompany the sales page, which claims that this supplement contains ephedra extract, not mentioned elsewhere in the advertising.

So What Is Demon Burn 50 and What Are The Ingredients?

Demon Burn 50 is a fat burner/ stimulant diet pill. Serving size is equal to one capsule.

  • Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL) (2mg): Important vitamin that is involved in many aspects of the metabolism and vital for the breakdown of lipids. Obtainable by diet and present in foodstuffs such as bananas, nuts and vegetables.
  • Vitamin B12 (6mcg): Vital vitamin is involved in cell reproduction, carbohydrate metabolism and the formation of red cells. It also plays a key role in the functioning of the brain and nervous system.
  • Chromium (30mcg): Trace mineral so you do not need too much of it. May play a role in the reduction of blood fats such as cholesterol and triglycerides and may improve the way the body uses insulin.
  • Caffeine Anhydrous (300mg): Same as the caffeine you drink in coffee but in powdered form so more suitable for supplements. Well known stimulant and here in equivalent amount to 3-4 cups of coffee.
  • Eph (50mg): No explanations about this or even a full name. Ephedra is a plant extract used in Chinese medicine and some varieties contain natural stimulant ephedrine banned in the US in 2004 because of side effects. However, there are other types of ephedra plant so it is possible that this is the substance here. Or maybe not. With such minimal information it is impossible to say.
  • White Willow Bark (15% Salicin) (100mg): According to the product description “Willow bark acts as a pain relieve once digested in the body. The active ingredient in willow bark is salicin…. known to reduce lower back pain when dosed properly”. White willow bark is well known for causing stomach problems especially bleeding. Aspirin is derived from white willow but has been modified to avoid this problem. This ingredient looks too unproven and too dangerous to make it worth taking.
    Source:http://www.thepoisongarden.co.uk/atoz/salix_alba.htm
  • Methlysnephrine (20mg): The information claims that Methlysnephrine activates beta-3 receptors, which sends the body into a thermogenic state and promotes fat loss. However, there are numerous safety concerns about this ingredient.
    Source:http://prohormonedb.com/view-ingredients.asp?n=Methyl-synephrine&i=254
  • Phenylethylamine HCL (125mg): Sometimes called PEA, this ingredient is derived from the amino acid phenylalanine. It is thought to increase alertness, aid in concentration and focus, and may enhance mood by causing a short-lived buzz after taking.
    Source:http://www.livestrong.com/article/306361-phenylethylamine-for-weight-loss/
  • Synephrine HCL (30mg): Synephrine HCL is an adrenergic agonist, which means it increases adrenaline levels and puts your body into stress mode. Very similar to Methlysnephrine, these stimulant ingredients can cause a range of potentially dangerous side effects.
  • Green Tea 98% 50% EGCG (15mg): According to the information, green tea is well known for burning fat. Maybe so but amounts here too minimal to have any effect at all.
  • Cactus (extract 20.1) (25mg): What sort of cactus? Hoodia? Caralluma Fimbriata? This information is not provided.
  • Theobromine (98%) (50mg): Theobromine is a diuretic and it acts as a powerful stimulant. Thus, causing the heart to beat faster and widens blood vessels for greater blood flow.
  • Cayenne (90,00 HT units) (10mg): Believed to increase metabolism when taken in high quantities but not enough here to have any effect at all.

So What Does All This Mean?

You will probably notice a stimulant effect of taking this diet pill and this in turn may help reduce your appetite. If this is the effect you are aiming for it will probably work.

As the product information says, this supplement is strong. It also comes with a risk of some very unpleasant side effects. We are concerned that a couple of ingredients, Eph and cactus are not properly identified so may cause added and unknown reactions. Green tea and cayenne are in insignificant quantities and will probably have no effect whatsoever.

Does Demon Burn 50 Have Any Side Effects?

There are numerous potential side effects with Demon Burn 50. Many of these are from the stimulant ingredients, including:

  • Increased heart rate
  • Racing heart beat
  • Palpitations
  • Irregular heart beat or pounding sensation
  • Pins and needles – symptom of high blood pressure
  • Ringing in ears – symptom of high blood pressure
  • Jitteriness
  • Mood swings
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Increased risk of heart attack
  • Increased risk of stroke or seizure
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Vomiting

There have been cases of otherwise young fit and healthy people suffering heart attacks following synephrine supplements.

White willow extract is known to be dangerous and can cause common side effects including:

  • Stomach upset
  • Gastrointestinal pain
  • Risk of internal bleeding
  • Risk of allergic reactions

Caution:
Not suitable for individuals aged under 18.

Avoid if pregnant or breast feeding.

Do not take Demon Burn 50 if you suffer from gastro intestinal issues such as ulcers.

Do not take if you have a medical condition or are taking prescription medication.

Seek the advice of your doctor before you take this supplement.

Do not take if you are sensitive to stimulants including caffeine. Avoid if you are allergic to aspirin.

The product information does not provide any detailed health warnings. The only advice is not to take it unless you are an experienced fat burner user.

Any Demon Burn 50 Reviews From Customers?

The only customer reviews available are posted on the product website so we cannot guarantee that there are 100% accurate and genuine. These positive comments include:

This product rocks! Really strong at 1 pill, and way too strong at 2 pills. I recommend only taking 1 unless you can really handle stims. Lost 6 lbs, along with good diet and exercise.

This is a serious fat burner!!! I am excited to have the extra edge on weight loss with this fat burner…

So Does Demon Burn 50 Work?

It probably will work to deliver a stimulant effect and this in turn may help you lose some weight short term. Stimulants decrease your appetite as well as keeping you more active so this combination can help weight loss. If you want this effect, Demon Burn 50 will probably cause you too lose a little weight and keep you wired, that is if the side effects don’t make you ill.

There is a lot of talk in the advertising about only taking this supplement if you are used to taking fat burners. When you think about this statement, the implications are blindingly obvious. Fat burners obviously don’t work long term for weight loss! Even if they are strong and packed with stimulants!

After all, if they did really work, you would not need to keep taking them in order to lose weight. The truth is that there is no magic weight loss quick fix. According to dietary experts,

Any weight lost can come back if you don’t stick to a healthy diet and eat in moderation.

For some people this is not as exciting as taking a fat burner diet pill but it is the only way to achieve lasting weight loss.

Where Can I Buy Demon Burn 50?

Demon Burn 50 is not on sale in the shops. You can only buy it online from the Strong Supplement Shop or similar online outlets.

1 bottle of Demon Burn 50 (100 capsules so between 50 – 100 days supply) costs £22.19 from the UK site.

The same size bottle is also on sale from the US site for $34.95. Shipping prices are not provided.

What About A Guarantee

No guarantee is available.

Watchdog Verdict

Demon Burn 50 does not look safe. It contains a range of ingredients that are well known for causing potentially dangerous side effects plus some undisclosed ingredients, which are not explained.

Make no mistake, this supplement could do you serious harm. Although the product information warns that you should avoid if you are not accustomed to taking fat burners, we feel this warning does not go far enough.

This diet pill contains ingredients which are known to be dangerous and even young fit healthy people have experienced severe medical complications following taking similar supplements. In addition, the principle outlet Strong Supplement Shop does not look like a reputable high quality business.

Both the UK and the US websites are dotted with errors and misspellings, which conveys the impression that the company does not pay much attention to detail. Is this sloppy approach a sign that the supplements they sell are equally substandard?

With zero information about the origins of Demon Burn 50 and the whereabouts of makers Hard Rock Supplements, it is highly possible that this supplement has not been made in a reputable factory, which conforms to basic safety and hygiene standards. It could have been imported. It could have been put together in a kitchen somewhere. The truth is that nobody knows and these manufacturers are keeping a very low profile. Most reputable businesses advertise but not this one. Why is that?

Demon Burn 50 may help you lose some weight. It may pep you up as described in the advertising too but there is no way that we would take this supplement ourselves or recommend anyone else to use it.

It is an easy decision. We reject Demon Burn 50.

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