Bazi Energy Shot Review

Today I received another free product, through the mail to review. Bazi natural energy shot is a natural boost of energy, which does not contain Citicoline, Tyrosine, Phenylalanine, Taurine, Malic Acid, Glucuronolactone, and Caffeine like the commonly known competitor 5 hour energy. This energy shot is built off of the basis that it supplies you with the natural energy found in the essential 8 “super fruits”


Jujube, blueberry, pomegranate, goji berry, mangosteen, raspberry, acai berry, and seabuckthorn berry are the all natural flavors powering this “little shot of pure rejuvenation.” And with a stylish design, the ingredients and marketing are enough to make me want to try this new product.

In terms of the flavor, this energy shot tasted as one would expect from something containing these ingredient. The only thing I could possible compare this to is a child’s chewable multivitamin, especially in terms of the aftertaste. However, for something that seems this beneficial for one’s health (as advertised) the taste is definitely bearable.


 

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4 thoughts on “Bazi Energy Shot Review

  1. Ben

    I love this stuff! Everything you said about it is so true. I’ve been drinking it for a year and haven’t been sick yet!

  2. Ive been taking Bazi since Feb. 2009 and have only been sick once, dont need allergy medicine any more, and for a 47 year old concrete guy it gives me all the energy and focus to keep up with my 20 year old employees( and to be honest work circles around them). I hight recomend Bazi.

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