GungHo: All Natural Energy Supplement

Ninja-like focus with GungHo

This is the first time I’ve reviewed an energy supplement so I am quite nervous. I’d like to present a credible, reliable, and trust-worthy documentation of my experience with GungHo because it’s something you put in your body, and if you’re skeptical about supplements in general, I wouldn’t want to be held under your ax.

I personally think that this will be helpful to those who are stuck in a rut at work trying to keep their eyes open, or to students that want to ace their tests, reviewers like me whose professional future depends on one exam, and for those who simply need the extra boost of focus to find the motivation to keep doing what it is they’re doing, or aim higher for their goals.

So, before we begin the review, let’s do a run-down of what GungHo energy gel shot (nutritional supplement) is and what it contains. What do you think of the packaging? Honestly, it reminds me of a show, I think Fear Factor? It has a decent presentation and the manga watermark sort of reinforces their tag line.

GungHo all antural energy supplement

According to the product’s main site, GungHo is a translation of the Chinese statement: “Work in harmony” It pertains to the different ingredients mixed together to create a safe and effective energy booster and memory enhancer; giving you “ninja-like” focus, minus the jitters and crash.

If you want the full list of ingredients, just click here.

GungHo all antural energy supplement

GungHo all antural energy supplement

 

Now, Let’s discuss its major ingredients briefly and just a disclaimer, I am not in any way an expert on this, and the information I have collected are from various sites that I personally assume to be reliable and credible. Feel free to do your individual search about the following information.

One packet (21 gm) contains Niacin or Vit. B3 (20 mg) It is essential in helping your body produce energy from the foods you eat. The Recommended Dietary Allowance for children is 2–12 mg, 14 mg for women, 16 mg for men, 18 mg for pregnant women, and 17 breast-feeding women. The upper limit for adult men and women is 35 mg/day. You get 20 mg from one packet of GungHo.

It also contains Cognizin Citicoline (790 mg), the GungHo proprietary blend. It’s basically food for the brain.  It enhances the brains functioning and protects it from damage by free radicals. For more details about this, just click here.

Glucuronolactone a natural product of the liver from glucose that functions as an alternative fuel in the body and can be created as a supplement to boost energy and detoxify the body of impurities. To read more about this and research further, just refer here

Ashwaganda is a herb that supports the body’s ability to maintain physical effort and adapt to various types of stress. It helps increase the body’s ability to resist and recover from stress, boost energy, and provides an enhanced feeling of overall well-being. More details here

Guarana is used in sweetened or carbonated soft drinks and energy shots, an ingredient of herbal tea or contained in capsules. Generally, South America obtains most of its caffeine from guarana. Facts about it here.

Kola (Cola nitida) is a caffeine-containing nut of evergreen trees of the genus Cola. Chewing kola nut can ease hunger pangs. Kola nuts are often used to treat whooping cough and asthma. The caffeine present acts as a bronchodilator, expanding the bronchial air passages.

Eleuthero is a herb that is an adaptogen which means it helps increase your body’s ability to adapt to the environment. It reduces cholesterol in the body, anti-inflammatory, an antioxidant, and benefits the nervous system.

To summarize everything, this energy supplement contains a majority of natural ingredients obtained from herbs that are already commonly used to adapt to stress, boost energy, and improve brain function.

It also claims to provide a more long-term effect, rather than the usual offerings of the commercial supplements out there.

How do you take GungHo?

  1. Avoid any food or drinks that contains caffeine when you plan to take, or if you have already taken GungHo because this might cause you to crash or experience jitters.
  2. GungHo is preferably taken with meals.
  3. You can take GungHo more than once a day, but you must not take more than 4 packets per day.

Now for my personal review based on my experience, just watch my video here:

I would recommend this product based on my personal experience. But we react differently, so the best option would be to go to their main page and check out the other testimonials of people that have tried it too. As mentioned in the video, the first 100 subscribers of my YouTube channel to click the link, will get a free trial pack.

Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope that I have given a clear and comprehensive view of this product. I will see you in my next product review, so stay tuned!

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  1. Chucky (Reply) on Tuesday 7, 2012

    i need help convincing my parents, Help?