Nutrovape Energy is basically a cross between an energy drink and an e-cigarette. Vaping is usually used as a substitute for smoking (particularly in those trying to quit), but this one is said to increase your energy. Some users say it works, some say it doesn’t, but the main issue for us is that you are breathing potentially harmful chemicals directly into your lungs. Propylene glycol, for example, is used in fog machines and has been linked with causing eye and respiratory problems. There also seems to be confusion over whether or not Nutrovape Energy contains taurine; the promotional materials claim it does, but the ingredient list suggests otherwise.
We decided to look more closely into this energy-boosting vape, and this is what we found.
Nutrovape Energy delivers nutritional supplements directly into the lungs and from there into the bloodstream, meaning they are absorbed faster and avoid stress on the liver. Basically, it’s a standard disposable vape which contains stimulants rather than artificial flavored smoke.
However, there’s little or no research on safety when it comes to those vaporizing ingredients that go deep into the lungs, although propylene glycol – one of those ingredients – is used in fog machines at concerts and has been linked to eye and respiratory tract infection. And what those ingredients do to the lungs while they’re there waiting to be absorbed into the bloodstream, nobody’s too sure.
This is a tricky question, simply because we have no idea how much of each ingredient passes into the lungs with each puff, and whether any of those ingredients could end up harming the lungs because they’re not supposed to be there in the first place.
We think the most likely side effect would be the feeling that it’s safe to vape – especially since Nutrovape want us to vape our way to sleep at night, back into consciousness in the morning, and for all sorts of reasons throughout the day. And from there, it could just be a small step to vaping other, potentially more harmful substances and even, one day, moving on to lighting up a cigarette.
For a one-time purchase, a pack of 3 energy Nutrovapes will cost you $9.99 before shipping.
If you want to save yourself 10%, you could always sign up for a subscription, which would automatically deliver 1,3, or 6 packs every 15, 30, or 60 days.
Nutrovape doesn’t just offer vapes for energy. Other products include Nutrovape Diet, Nutrovape Focus, Nutrovape Relax, and Nutrovape Sleep. And just in case, there’s always Nutrovape Recover, to be vaped and taken in conjunction with an amount of water which would lessen the effects of a hangover the following morning anyway, and Nutrovape Performax – an enhancement that should be vaped 15 times half an hour before bedroom related activities, or five times throughout the day. Why throughout the day, we have no idea – but hey, whatever turns you on, right?
Nutrovape vapes contain both propylene glycol and glycerin. Even though propylene glycol falls into the FDA’s GRAS category (Generally Regarded As Safe) and it’s used in food, medicine, and cosmetics, it’s used in concerts and theatrical shows to generate fog, and it’s been linked to respiratory tract and eye irritation in people who are regularly exposed to it. That’s when it’s on the outside. What it does when it’s sitting in your lungs is another matter.
And if we knew a bit more about those natural and artificial flavorings, we’d maybe know what kind of effect they’d have on the heart, if any. But we don’t. And we don’t know whether or not we’d be inhaling taurine.
In fact, there’s a lot we all don’t know about Nutrovape Energy and that doesn’t make us feel comfortable about it at all.
From the website,
Long hours and all nighters are no match for Nutrovape. Our inhalable energy aid is a natural blend of caffeine, taurine, and amino acids that keeps you sharp and alert wherever you go. Use Nutrovape Energy whenever you need a little pep in your step.
Elsewhere, we’re told, “Clean Energy with no crash”.
Well, people do say it works – at least on the product website. And many people reviewing it on Amazon agree. There are also a lot of people on Amazon who don’t agree – whether it’s thanks to technical problems like batteries giving out far too soon, or because they didn’t get that energy boost they’d been promised.
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The ingredients in Nutrovape Energy are listed as follows:
One problem, though is that it’s easy enough to get the recommended daily dosage of Vitamin B12 with a balanced diet in the first place – and, more importantly, it needs a stomach substance called gastric intrinsic factor to be absorbed into the body.
Another problem is that studies have shown that vape flavorings can have detrimental effects on heart muscles, and all we’re told about the flavorings in Nutrovape Energy is that they’re “natural and artificial”, which concerns us.
We simply have no idea – mainly because there’s no indication of how much of each ingredient you’re putting into your lungs with each inhalation.
One potential side effect could be the decision to move on to vaping other substances, and then smoking them.
Another side effect could be an addiction lifestyle: vape to sleep, vape to wake back up again, vape for better performance outside the bedroom, vape for better performance in the bedroom – the list goes on and on.
Caffeine can cause side effects such as headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness, and insomnia.
Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
From the website FAQ, “We recommend Nutrovape users be ages 18+ and it is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women, or people with respiratory illnesses.” and “Don’t use it before bedtime and don’t exceed 20 inhalations in a single hour.”
This review we found is what scares us about Nutrovape Energy,
I need Nutrovape energy now, I can’t start my day without it!
If that doesn’t look like a classic case of dependency, what does? Unfortunately, there’s no indication that the reviewer can survive the day without any other Nutrovape products, or make it to sleep at the end of the day without Nutrovape Sleep.
Amazon had, when they were counted last, 831 reviews – of which 365 were critical. Most of the complaints had to do with the number of inhalations, the taste, the short battery life, and the fact that Nutrovape Energy had done little or nothing for the reviewer.
No. There is no guarantee on offer, just a returns policy.
Nutrovape will offer returns on unused and unpacked Nutrovape by giving you your money back. But you must return them within 21 days by sending the product back to the company and giving your reasons for the return.
The product page on Amazon states there is a 60-day money-back guarantee, however numerous customer reviews mention they do not abide by their own statement and claim the purchase as “nonrefundable”.
You should be aware of the 10% discount if you sign up for the subscription which offers to deliver anywhere between one and six packs at intervals between 15 and 60 days – it’s via an independent system called ReCharge.
There’s also an affiliate option if you feel like earning yourself a commission.
Nutrovape Energy is available from the website, Amazon, and eBay – but as always, we’d advise caution if you’re not buying directly from the manufacturer, as what you order through a sales portal might not be what you get delivered to your front door.
We’ve already mentioned our concern that users might just progress on to more dangerous things, like flavoured vapes and perhaps even tobacco.
And we’ve already said, we’re worried about the safety of the ingredients which have been listed, and seriously concerned about the ingredients which should have been listed. “Natural and artificial flavors” doesn’t instil a great deal of confidence in us, especially since it’s been shown how much effect on heart muscles many vape flavorings can have.
One more cause for concern involves the listing and non-listing of one ingredient: taurine. The Nutrovape Energy website promotional blurb tells us the contents, which in this case include taurine, will keep us “sharp and alert wherever we go”.
Unfortunately, when looking down the website’s list of ingredients, taurine is nowhere to be found.
So which is it, guys? Taurine or not taurine?
We think those are enough reasons to reject Nutrovape Energy, and hope you do, too. Therefore, we do not recommend Nutrovape Energy to our readers.
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