Thermo 1




Item Form Capsule
Ingredients Caffeine Anhydrous 300mg, N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine 150mg, White Willow Bark (25% Salicin) 100mg, Bitter Orange (Citrus Aurantium) (Fruit) 75mg, L-Theanine 50mg, Paradoxine Grains of Paradise(std to 12,5% 6-Paradol 30mg, Lean GBB (Gamma-Butyrobetaine Ethyl Ester HCL 20mg, Yohimbine HCL 5mg, Huperzine A 1% 2.5mg, Bioperine (Black Pepper Fruit Extract) 2.5mg


1.) N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine or Eria Jarensis is a Neuromodulator on the Central Nervous System (CNS) and provides several mental effects including powerful focus, energy and even an increase in mood

2.) Caffeine Anhydrous. Caffeine is a natural substance found in the seeds and leaves of certain plants. The caffeine in coffee comes primarily from Coffea arabica, a shrub or tree that grows in high-altitude subtropical and equatorial regions of the world.

Caffeine anhydrous is made from the seeds and leaves of coffee plants. The word “anhydrous” means “without water.” After harvesting, caffeine is extracted from the plant matter and dehydrated. This produces a highly concentrated caffeine powder.

When you ingest caffeine, it hitches a ride to your brain via your bloodstream. There, it mimics adenosine, a compound that’s present throughout your body.

Adenosine works like a depressant, slowing you down and making you sleepy. Caffeine mimics adenosine so effectively that it’s able to take the place of adenosine in your brain and liven things up.

3.) Bitter Orange. The fruit of bitter orange contains p-Synephrine and other naturally occurring chemicals. p-Synephrine is structurally similar to Ephedrine, the main component in the herb Ephedra, but p-Synephrine has different pharmacologic properties (how the component acts). The U.S. Food and Drug Administration banned the use of Ephedra so Bitter Orange is commonly used as a substitute for Ephedra in dietary supplements.

4.) White Willow Bark. Willow bark is the bark from several varieties of the willow tree, including White Willow or European Willow, Black Willow or Pussy Willow, Crack Willow, Purple Willow, and others. The bark is used to make medicine.

Willow Bark acts a lot like aspirin, so it is used for pain, including headache, muscle or joint pain, menstrual cramps, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis, gout, and a disease of the spine called ankylosing spondylitis.

Willow bark’s pain relieving potential has been recognized throughout history. Willow bark was commonly used during the time of Hippocrates, when people were advised to chew on the bark to relieve pain and fever.

Willow bark is also used for the common cold, flu, and weight loss.

5.) L-Theanine. That high L-Theanine makes us feel mentally and emotionally calmer, it helps us focus and improves retention and recall, it also increases dopamine levels so we feel happier!

Most known for helping people relax, L-Theanine has many other potential health benefits.

It is found that it increased relaxation without causing drowsiness and reduced resting heart rate.

Paired with caffeine, L-theanine may help increase focus and attention.

Some research suggests that L-Theanine may improve the function of the body’s immune system. One study published in the journal Beverages found that L-Theanine could help decrease the incidence of upper respiratory tract infections.

6.) Paradoxine. What is Paradoxine®?

Paradoxine® is branded nutrition ingredients launched by Win Health International Co., Ltd.Paradoxine® is Ethanol extract of Grains of Paradise.Paradoxine® is non-stimulant mild herbal fat loss ingredients.Paradoxine® can trigger thermogenesis and decrease body fat.Paradoxine® is proved to contain aframols.

In humans, there are two types of adipose tissue, WAT (white adipose tissues) and BAT (brown adipose tissues). WAT is the sites of energy storage, while BAT is responsible for cold-and diet-induced thermogenesis, which helps to control body-energy expenditure, as well as body fat content.

Paradise extract (especially including aframols) was found to promote WAT transformation into BAT.

Paradoxine® is your ticket for higher work output, and greater fat reduction.

Not only will it leave you sweating more than anything on the market, it still provides the amazing general health benefits associated with carnitine supplementation. Dive into this post to find out if this carnitine precursor is on a path to dethroning the carnitine world as we know it!

7.) Lean GBB. GBB, or Gamma-Butyrobetaine ethyl ester HCl, is the molecule that your body converts into L-Carnitine when naturally producing its own carnitine.

Pro-Carnitine: Studies show that its supplementation can increase the body’s plasma L-Carnitine levels by nearly double! Thus, the benefits of GBB are similar to the benefits of carnitine supplementation – they depend on the user’s diet and carnitine status.Thermogenic! For some unknown reason (we have theories), GBB causes a serious amount of thermogenesis and sweating, especially if taken pre-workout, so it has been included in several new thermogenic fat burners

8.) Yohimbine HCL. Yohimbe bark extract is a concentrated, powdered form of the Yohimbe tree’s bark. Yohimbine HCL, on the other hand, is an isolated version of the yohimbine molecule, which is extracted from Yohimbe bark and paired with hydrochloric acid. Both sources of yohimbine can have a powerful impact on the body

Yohimbe is promoted for erectile dysfunction, athletic performance, weight loss, angina (chest pain caused by not enough blood flow to the heart), high blood pressure, diabetic neuropathy, and more. Yohimbine hydrochloride, a standardized form of yohimbine, is available in the United States as a prescription drug.

Yohimbe acts as an Alpha-2 receptor antagonist. What this means is that it blocks the Alpha-2 receptors, which are found in the body’s fat cells. When these receptors are blocked, fat loss becomes easier.

9.) Huperzine-A. Huperzine A is a substance extracted from a plant called Chinese club moss (Huperzia serrata). Sold as a dietary supplement, huperzine A is typically touted as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

Used in alternative medicine, huperzine A has been found to act as a cholinesterase inhibitor, a type of medicine used to prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine (a chemical essential to learning and memory).

Not only used as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, huperzine A is also said to enhance learning and memory and to protect against age-related cognitive decline.

In addition, huperzine A is sometimes used to boost energy, increase alertness, fight depression, and aid in the treatment of myasthenia gravis, an autoimmune disorder that affects the muscles.

10.) Bioperine. Chances are you have black pepper somewhere in your home. While this common cooking ingredient can certainly spice up a meal, it also contains something that can at times be beneficial to your health. That nutrient is called Piperine. More often it is referred to as Bioperine. For those confused over the differences of Piperine vs. Bioperine, just know that Bioperine is Piperine’s trademarked name, so the two terms are often interchangeable.

So what is Bioperine? It’s the active ingredient in black pepper that contributes to that unique spice you taste. Black pepper has long been regarded as beneficial to one’s health throughout history. Physicians even in ancient times would often recommend it to relieve stomach aches. Now with the help of modern science and clinical research, more Piperine benefits are being discovered. Here are just several of those benefits which may help you feel better.

Nutrient Absorption

Of the many Bioperine benefits offered, the one most talked about is its ability to increase the level of absorption of nutrients within your body. Sometimes referred to as “bioenhancement,” this ability means you get more out of other nutrients that you consume. With many nutrients, such as turmeric and curcumin, you only absorb a fraction of what you ingest. When combined with Piperine, however, you may assimilate much more of these nutrients. This may also apply to nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, selenium, Vitamin B6, beta-carotene, and more.


Improved Metabolism


One way Bioperine increases nutrient absorption is by increasing your metabolism by improving thermogenesis. This process essentially breaks down your fat cells and increases your internal temperature. That means Bioperine may be used to help people

Age Range (Description) Adult
Allergen Information Gluten Free
Unit Count 60.00 Count
Item Dimensions LxWxH 4 x 2 x 2 inches
About this item
• UNIQUE FORMULA: Unlike other fat burning and weight loss supplements on the market that require you to take multiple products, THERMO1 has optimal fat burning effects in just one capsule a day.
• EXTREME ENERGY: True thermogenic supplements help to increase your body heat by activating the central nervous system. THERMO1 has 300mg caffeine per serving and provides all-day energy without jitters or worrying about an eventual crash.
• ENHANCED PERFORMANCE: THERMO1 aids in helping you move towards your fitness goals by increasing your endurance and elevating your performance. It is ideal for competitive athletes but also great for anyone who wants to step up their routine.
• WEIGHT LOSS AID: Taking THERMO1 as directed, in addition to a diet rich in nutritious whole foods, helps to boost your metabolism and target fat. This helps make reaching your weight loss goal attainable.
• KEEP FOCUSED: THERMO1 also aids in keeping your focus crystal clear and elevates your mood, so no need to worry of any irritability or mood swings that other supplements can cause.

Additional information

Dimensions 4 × 2 × 2 cm

2 reviews for Thermo 1

  1. David Campbell

    Seriously the best Thermogenic on the market, does everything its says it does all in one Capsule. No more buying energy drinks everyday, this had me feeling amazing, had me sweating and I had energy all day long.

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