Capitalizing again on the use of ephedrine, it’s no surprise that Liquid Fire has caught the attention of consumers who still believe that ephedrine is not that bad and its original ban was just political. Liquid Fire can’t use as much ephedrine as it would have before, meaning Liquid Fire has to have a more diverse formula than the biggest ephedrine products did (which is a good thing), making this review a little more complicated than a review of things like ECA Stack would have been.
What is the Impact of Ephedrine?
Being the signature ingredient in Liquid Fire that attracts the most attention, you have to wonder why ephedrine is so important. After all, ephedrine’s mixed history is that of a product that was banned because of deaths and other serious problems associated with it. We simply can’t ignore that.
Yes, it was recognized as being extremely effective at one time, but companies were using 10X what anybody is legally allowed to use now. That gives us some serious doubts about Liquid Fire being effective at all, and yet reports of the same serious side effects are still surfacing, even with these small amounts. Regardless, it’s still a major risk to take.
What About the Other Ingredients
The good news is that Liquid Fire has quite a few other ingredients that are weight loss ingredients. One of the key ingredients, synephrine, has even been compared to ephedrine, but supposedly in a safer form. Liquid Fire combines this with the lean muscle builder guggulsterones as well as a major stimulant free fat burner known as evodiamine.
Yes, not all of the ingredients are particularly strong on their own, naringin is a rather mild and stimulant free fat burner. That’s why products like Liquid Fire use more than one ingredient, because the formula as a whole is more likely to help you to lose more weight.
Is Liquid Fire Effective?
Liquid Fire uses clinically proven ingredients, and it does not hide behind proprietary blends. However, it also uses relatively small amounts of each ingredient, which to us means that it does not necessarily use effective amounts. So far, these amounts are certainly not clinically proven.
Yes, the studies could be behind the times, and there’s a chance that studies have simply not explored all possibilities with ingredients such as synephrine. Maybe smaller amounts are just as effective, but we cannot prove that right now. Based on what we know right now, Liquid Fire simply does not have the clinically proven amounts of its weight loss ingredients.
If you have used Liquid Fire, we would like to hear from you. Based on our scientific evaluation, there is little chance that Liquid Fire has an effective formula. However, we have noticed more than once that ingredients were not properly studied, meaning we didn’t have all of the applicable information. If you have used Liquid Fire, please leave your comments below.