Dynapep Energy is a nonprescription energy supplement that comes in the form of a drop or micro-shot that is supposed to contain ten times the amount of energy in each ampoule that is found in the standard energy drink. Moreover, it claims that this boost is meant to last for up to 10 hours. There are many energy products in the over the counter market that make similar claims, but not all of them live up to the promises that they’ve made.
To understand whether Dynapep Energy Micro-Shots stand out above the rest, it is important to have a look at the ingredients that make up the formula and whether or not there is any science to back up those claims. Fortunately, the official website for this product provides a list of all of the ingredients that it contains.
Dynapep Energy Ingredients
Within the Dynapep Energy formula is:
- 2-Amino 4-Methyl Hexane HCL,
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid,
- Vitamin B12, and
- Chromium Polynicotinate.
How is This Energy Supplement Different?
Unlike many energy supplements, this product is made of micro shots. Each of the capsules contains 4 ml of the product, which the manufacturer claims has ten times the amount of energy contained in the typical branded energy shot. In fact, they went so far as to name 5-Hour Energy as one of the products that are ten times less powerful than the drops.
There are a number of researched ingredients on the list for Dynapep Energy. However, as it contains proprietary blends, it means that the consumer doesn’t know exactly how much of each ingredient is being consumed.
This could easily mean that there is too little of a substance to be effective, or there is too much of a substance to be safe or to avoid uncomfortable side effects. This could lead to unexpected health concerns, simply because there isn’t any way of knowing how much of a given ingredient is being consumed.
How Does Dynapep Energy Compare?
At the time of the original writing of this review, the price for Dynapep Energy was quite competitive. One package containing one ampoule, on a third party website, cost about $1.50. It was found for less on some sites. The typical energy shot costs about twice that amount, so that is clearly a low price.
Should You Believe the Claims?
The claims made about Dynapep Energy are pretty appealing. After all, taking a little ampoule of energy only to feel energized for the next 10 hours is quite the accomplishment. It would be very convenient to be able to use a product like that and know that you won’t fight fatigue or that dreaded afternoon slump for the entire day.
Energy is, after all, one of the most important motivators and is the key to productivity. If you’re low on energy, it’s harder to stick to a diet. It becomes more challenging to do your workout, let alone give it your best performance. Moreover, it can be tough just to get through your day.
That said, it is highly unlikely that the ingredients in this formula and the method with which it is used could achieve this goal. It is very unlikely that an energy boost caused by this formula would last half that long, let alone for ten full hours, according to the research into those substances.
A Disappearing Product
Though the official website did have an “order now” button, at the time that this review was originally written, it led to an error page, so it is not clear what the official price of the product is, or whether or not the manufacturer is selling it, itself. It may be available exclusively through third party websites at the moment.
Update: Since this review was originally written and updated, it appears that Dynapep Energy has been discontinued. Their previously active Facebook page has not seen a fresh post since 2017, and its website has been taken down.