There really isn’t anything positive to say about Shredabull Untamed. The ingredients are dangerous, untested, and one of them a bit too closely resembles the banned substance DMAA. Anything crammed full of as many stimulants and under-researched additives as this will almost certainly result in some dangerous side effects. There’s no money-back guarantee either, although that seems like a minor point in the grand scheme of things here. If you don’t fancy toying with your health, you should really avoid this product.
So, are the numerous stimulants found in Shredabull Untamed both safe and effective? Read on below for our in-depth look.
Shredabull Untamed is an incredibly stimulant heavy supplement designed for an intense metabolism boost and significant fat loss. Unfortunately, it seems that one of the active ingredients, 2-Aminoisoheptane, is highly suspect, could cause a lot of serious side effects, and has never been tested for safety in humans.
There are a lot of fans of this product, but its exceptionally high stimulant content and the side effects that they can cause make it an incredibly risky choice in our eyes.
The product is actually a reformulation of Shredabull; the original formula of Shredabull is still available for purchase on eBay.
Looking at customer reviews, it seems that side effects are common. Increased sweating appears to be the most common. One reviewer was unable to continue taking the product as she became ill shortly after taking one capsule; she reported shaking and vomiting, and feeling ill the next day.
There is an incredibly long list of side effects that can be caused by the ingredients found in this supplement. There are several ingredients that have not been tested in human trials for safety, one of which (2-Aminoisoheptane) appears to be closely related to the banned stimulant DMAA. The side effects caused by this supplement could be extreme.
Shredabull Untamed can be purchased from the official Project AD website, where a single bottle costs $48.99. Delivery charges may also apply. Each bottle contains 50 capsules.
The supplement is also sold by Cardiff Sports Nutrition, a third party online distributor based in the UK. Each bottle costs £39.99, with free UK delivery.
Shredabull Untamed is a stimulant-based weight loss supplement that promises to “incinerate body fat”, as well as curb cravings and supercharge energy levels “to make dieting a breeze”.
Shredabull Untamed is manufactured by Anabolic Designs, who are also known as Project AD. They are based in Knoxville, Tennessee in the USA. They can be contacted using the information provided on their official website, or using their social media pages, which appear to be quite active.
Directions for use are as follows:
The manufacturers of Shredabull Untamed describe the supplement as an appetite suppressant and metabolism-boosting fat burner. They also state that it will “supercharge” energy levels.
There are several ingredients in this supplement that are incredibly under-researched; Higenamine and 2-Aminoisoheptane have never been studied in humans, but they both appear to act as stimulants that could theoretically aid weight loss. Caffeine, yohimbe, and cayenne could also stimulate weight loss, by boosting the body’s metabolic rate and stimulating thermogenesis (heat creation).
Bovine thyroid may contain thyroid hormones, which could increase the body’s metabolic rate, but can also cause hyperthyroidism or mask an existing thyroid issue.
Whether it actually works or not, Shredabull Untamed does not seem to be a safe choice for promoting weight loss.
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The ingredients found in Shredabull Untamed are detailed below. No individual ingredient quantities are provided, as the product contains several proprietary formulas.
There are numerous ingredients found in Shredabull Untamed that could cause a range of side effects.
One key ingredient, DMHA, is chemically very similar to a banned substance called DMAA. Although it remains unclear how safe DMHA is, due to a shocking lack of research on it, its nearly identical sister supplement DMAA has been associated with raised blood pressure and heart rates, and has been linked with causing strokes, heart attacks, and death, even in previously healthy people. Other side effects may include shortness of breath and tightening in the chest, chest pain, seizures, neurological problems and psychiatric problems. We advise caution when taking untested stimulants like DMHA; consult a doctor immediately if any of the above side effects occur.
This product also contains what appears to be a notable dosage of caffeine. High doses of caffeine can cause headaches, jitteriness, insomnia, an increased heart rate, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, and increased blood pressure.
Yohimbe can also cause a wide range of side effects, including stomach upset, excitation, tremor, sleep problems, anxiety or agitation, high blood pressure, a racing heartbeat, dizziness, stomach problems, drooling, sinus pain, irritability, headache, frequent urination, bloating, rash, nausea, and vomiting. High doses can cause more severe effects.
Supplementing bovine thyroid could affect thyroid function. Because this supplement is unregulated and has not been standardised, it is impossible to tell what hormones it actually provides and at what levels. We found a case of a woman who had been taking desiccated thyroid for three months who had resting tachycardia (a fast resting heart rate), amenorrhea (an absence of periods), and weight loss, and was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, caused by the thyroid supplement.
Guggul supplementation can cause side effects such as stomach upset, headaches, nausea, vomiting, loose stools, diarrhoea, and hiccups. Guggul can also cause allergic reactions such as rash and itching.
Cayenne can cause heartburn, stomach aches, indigestion, increased sweating, and a runny nose.
Because Higenamine has been untested in humans, potential side effects are largely unknown, and so it is considered potentially unsafe for use. One of the plants that it could be extracted from, Aconite, has been shown to cause serious heart-related side effects including arrhythmias and even death. It is unclear what compounds in this plant cause these side effects, and so it is possible that Higenamine does play a role in these side effects.
Bioperine increases the bioavailability of other compounds, including some medications; this could increase the chances of side effects from the other ingredients found in the product. Consumers who are taking medication are also more at risk of accidentally overdosing because of the higher absorption rate associated with Bioperine, and so should consult with their doctor before taking this product.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. Discontinue use if you experience any adverse side effects. Never exceed the recommended dosage of 2 capsules daily. Contains stimulants which may cause insomnia if used within 7 hours of your bed time. Not suitable for anyone who has an overactive thyroid, an underactive thyroid, Grave’s disease, or who has had their thyroid removed. Yohimbe extract can cause extreme anxiety in individuals predisposed to anxiety. Yohimbe extract may trigger manic psychosis or suicidal episodes in people with bipolar disorder. Yohimbe extract can interact with a large amount of neurological medications and should not be used in conjunction with these medications without consultation with a doctor. Not suitable for anyone who is sensitive to stimulant ingredients, or who has any cardiac related health issues, including but not limited to high blood pressure. If you are taking medication, including but not limited to MAOI inhibitors, antidepressants, aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug or products, or other stimulants. Consult your physician prior to use if you have a medical condition, including but not limited to, heart, liver kidney or thyroid disease, psychiatric or epileptic disorders, difficulty urinating, diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, recurrent headache or glaucoma.
There are numerous customer reviews for Shredabull Untamed online. Both negative and positive reviews agree that the product is incredibly strong; some people experienced unpleasant side effects and were unable to continue taking the product. Even positive reviews mention side effects like increased sweating and an increased heart rate.
Most awful tablets I have ever taken. I only took one and it was so strong I couldn’t stop shaking and being sick, it took hours for it to wear off and I still didn’t feel right the next day.
Was not expecting this to blow my socks off the way it did! One pill and I had clean energy for around 8 hours! Only problem was it made me sweat so bad!
The manufacturers of Shredabull Untamed do not offer a money-back guarantee. They provide a returns policy that covers unopened products only; the seal must still be in place to be considered for a refund. Full terms and conditions can be found on the Project AD website.
Shredabull Untamed can be purchased from the official Project AD website, where a single bottle costs $48.99. Delivery charges may also apply.
The supplement is also sold by Cardiff Sports Nutrition, a third party online distributer based in the UK. Each bottle costs £39.99, with free UK delivery.
We are not impressed by Shredabull Untamed at all. The list of potential side effects that could be caused by this supplement is extensive and some of them are incredibly serious. There are numerous ingredients that have never been tested in humans, for either effectiveness or safety. Individual ingredient quantities are not provided, which are vital for determining the strength and safety of a supplement. One of the ingredients, 2-aminoisoheptane, is described as DMHA, but some other supplements listing 2-aminoisoheptane on their ingredients lists have been found to actually contain the banned and dangerous stimulant DMAA. DMHA is also essentially an unknown quantity, being similar to, but milder than, DMAA, and completely untested; we believe that it could be banned from use in supplements in time.
Shredabull Untamed is not covered by a money-back guarantee either.
So overall, we would not recommend taking Shredabull Untamed.
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