Q: What is Rejuveniix?
A: Rejuveniix is the natural energy boost that combines super fruit extracts and a proprietary boost blend to naturally sharpen focus, elevate mood, and give a boost of energy.
Q: What does it do?
A: It supports mental alertness, energy and an overall sense of well-being.
Q: What are the key ingredients?
A: This supplement offers a signature array of antioxidants and natural super fruit extracts combined with a helpful punch of natural energy enhancers.
Some of the key superfruits are:
Key energy enhancers of Rejuveniix include:
Green Coffee Bean Extract
Q: Does it have the same effect as an energy drink?
A: No. Unlike other energy drinks and supplements, Rejuveniix does not have a “crash” period after it begins to wear off. These unique ingredients are specially combined to increase energy without causing a crash or letdown hours later, by working with your body to increase energy naturally.
Q: Can Rejuveniix help me with my addiction to energy drinks?
A: Yes. This is a wonderful product that contains natural caffeine and is a safe way to decrease your dependence on energy drinks. It also contains a synergistic combination of super fruits and natural relaxers including L-theanine. We would recommend starting with the recommended dose of Rejuveniix and then slowly decrease using energy drinks over a 2 to 3 week period of time.
Q: Can I become addicted to Rejuveniix?
A: Rejuveniix does contain some caffeine; however, it is balanced by natural relaxer nutrients so that you don’t have that peak or crash. Even though you may quickly become devoted to Rejuveniix and its benefits of mental alertness, focus, and sense of well-being, it is not addictive. Using Rejuveniix is a healthy alternative to energy drinks and caffeine addiction and can be used safely for long periods of time.
Q: Can I use Rejuveniix to improve my athletic performance?
A: Many serious or professional athletes are now using energy drinks in an attempt to enhance their athletic performance. The problem with energy drinks is the fact that they are loaded with caffeine, sugar, and other herbal stimulants. Yes, you will feel some early stimulation; however, they all lead to crashes later on and will decrease your performance overall.
Rejuveniix on the other hand has natural caffeine that is balanced by L-theanine that creates enhanced alertness and focus and allows you to improve your performance without the fear of having a crash later. It is also well known that when you are involved with high intensity physical activity that your body produces a tremendous amount of free radicals. This can compromise your performance and recovery.
Rejuveniix contains a highly potent combination of super fruits loaded with antioxidants, which have the ability to effectively neutralize free radicals and not only enhance your athletic performance, but also your recovery.
Q: Can I drink alcohol and also take Rejuveniix?
A: There is no problem of having one or two alcoholic drinks as you take Rejuveniix. However, you need to realize that if you are taking Rejuveniix and drinking more than one or two drinks of alcohol that it can potentially counterbalance the depressant effect of alcohol. This could potentially lead you to not realize if you are consuming too much alcohol. The reason that we are concerned about this possibility is because of the increasing use of energy drinks with alcohol. Even though Rejuveniix is not going to be as serious of a problem with alcohol as energy drinks are, you still need to be cautious about how much alcohol you are really consuming.
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