5 Hour Energy - Energy Shot Extra Strength Peach Mango - 1.93 oz. (57 ml)
5 Hour Energy Energy Shot Extra Strength Peach Mango is a delicious energy shot that is positively bursting with flavor. Plus, this Extra Strength flavor has the unbeatable blend of B vitamins, amino acids and caffeine you need to get that extra boost—all with zero sugar or herbal stimulants and four calories. Want a convenient and delectable way to energize your day? Grab a Peach Mango flavored Extra Strength 5-hour Energy shot.
When creating their latest and greatest energy shot, they just couldn’t decide between palatable peach and mouthwatering mango flavors. Now, you don’t have to either. Get the best of both worlds with a delicious and effective Peach Mango flavored Extra Strength 5-hour Energy shot.
Energy Shot Extra Strength Peach Mango Features:
- Contains a Propriety Blend of B-Vitamins, Amino Acids, and Nutrients
- Contains About as Much Caffeine as 12 oz. of Leading Premium Coffee
- Quick, Simple, and Effective
- Fast and Easy to Consume
- Zero Sugar
- Zero Herbal Stimulants
- 4 Calories!
Take a 5 Hour Energy Shot
Until afternoon naps become an accepted part of the work day you may need a little help staying sharp and alert. Coffee and soda help a little, but how long do they last before you’re back for more? But with a 5 Hour Energy shot you can leave grogginess behind and sail through your day.
Take It in Seconds
When you need an extra boost you don’t want to wait. You want to feel more energetic now. A 5 Hour Energy shot takes just seconds to take, so it gets in your system fast.
Feel It in Minutes
In minutes you can feel a 5 Hour Energy shot working, helping you recapture the bright, alert feeling you need to power through your day.
Lasts for Hours
A 5 Hour Energy shot can help you feel awake and alert for hours. Since 5 Hour Energy shots are sugar free, there is no sugar crash.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is 5-Hour Energy?
5-Hour Energy is a liquid energy shot that can help you feel energized and alert for hours. It contains a special blend of essential B-vitamins, amino acids and nutrients – all with zero sugar or herbal stimulants and four calories.
How much caffeine is in a 5-Hour Energy shot?
Original 5-Hour Energy shots contain about as much caffeine as a cup of the leading premium coffee. Extra Strength 5-Hour Energy shots contain about as much caffeine as 12 ounces of the leading premium coffee. Are you sensitive to caffeine? Decaf 5-Hour Energy shots are the only great-tasting, caffeine free energy shot for hard-working people with caffeine sensitivity. Decaf energy shots contain as much caffeine as a half cup of decaffeinated coffee.
What are the best times to take a 5-Hour Energy shot?
The simple answer is “when you’re tired.” Of course depending on your lifestyle, here are some ideas of when you may want to take a 5-Hour Energy shot:
- When You Get Up:
Not a morning person? Is coffee not doing it for you anymore? Try waking up and taking a 5-Hour Energy shot. It’s a great way to start your day off feeling alert and energized.
- After Lunch:
Tired of that 2:30 feeling? You’re not alone. In fact, research shows that more than 70 percent of people hit the wall after lunch. Let a 5-Hour Energy shot help you leap over that wall instead of crashing into it.
- Before Your Workout:
Want to get in shape but having trouble staying motivated? Make 5-Hour Energy part of your healthy lifestyle and get the energy boost you need to get fit.
- During Sports:
Get in the zone and stay there longer with 5-Hour Energy’s combination of energy, clarity and alertness.
- When Traveling:
Anyone who travels frequently knows how tiring it can be. Whether you’re on business or on vacation, a 5-Hour Energy shot can help you stay alert and energized wherever you may be headed.
- On Weekends:
Weekends can be busy. So grab a 5-Hour Energy shot when you’re “on the go” and get the boost you need to tackle your “to-do” list.
What’s in 5-Hour Energy?
5-Hour Energy shots contain a propriety blend of ingredients like B-vitamins, amino acids and nutrients – all with zero sugar, zero herbal stimulants and four calories. Original 5-Hour Energy shots contain about as much caffeine as a cup of the leading premium coffee. Extra Strength flavors contain about as much as 12 ounces of the leading premium coffee, while Decaf 5-Hour Energy shots contain as much caffeine as just a half cup of decaffeinated coffee.
How do you know if 5-Hour Energy shots are right for me?
5-Hour Energy products were created for hard-working, busy adults but everyone is different. Some people can take the maximum daily amount of 5-Hour Energy (two bottles per day spaced several hours apart) while others find they can get by with less. To find out how 5-Hour Energy shots work best for you, take just half a bottle to start. Wait about 10 minutes then decide if you still need an additional boost.
What flavors do 5-Hour Energy shots come in?
- Original 5-Hour Energy shot flavors:
Pink Lemonade, Pomegranate, Grape, Berry, Orange, and Lemon-Lime
- Extra Strength 5-Hour Energy shot flavors:
Berry, Grape, Sour Apple and Strawberry-Watermelon
- Decaf (blue label) 5-Hour Energy shot flavors:
8333% of Vitamin B12? 2000% of Vitamin B6? Isn’t that dangerous?
No. In fact, the levels of B12 and B6 in each 5-Hour Energy shot are within safe limits. The RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) is a minimum daily amount set by the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine.
Have 5-Hour Energy shots been approved by the FDA?
Actually, no dietary supplement is “approved” by the FDA. They are, however, stringently regulated and must comply with the provisions of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act as regulated by the FDA.
What is a niacin flush?
Some people are sensitive to having elevated amounts of niacin (Vitamin B3) in their system. This can result in an increase in blood flow near the skin or “flushing.” Should you experience a niacin flush, it will generally go away in a few minutes. To help avoid a possible niacin flush, take half a bottle and save the rest for later. You may also want to take a Decaf 5-Hour Energy shot which contains zero niacin.
How many bottles of 5-Hour Energy can you take per day?
It is recommend taking no more than two bottles of 5-Hour Energy per day. Be sure to space them several hours apart.
Are 5-Hour Energy shots kosher?
Yes. 5-Hour Energy received its kosher certification from Star-K in November of 2010.
Who should not take 5-Hour Energy shots?
- Women who are pregnant or nursing
- People diagnosed with phenylketonuria (PKU)
Check with your doctor before taking a 5-Hour Energy shot if…
- You are currently taking any prescription medications.
- You have been advised by your physician to avoid stimulants or caffeine.
- You have a medical condition that makes you concerned about taking it.
- You are concerned about taking it for any reason.
Myths about 5-Hour Energy Shots
The Internet gives a voice to everyone, even the terribly misinformed. For whatever reason, myths and rumors about 5-Hour Energy shots abound. Here are the most popular falsehoods on the web today.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy shots contain Aspartame.
Fact: 5-Hour Energy shots contain no Aspartame and never have. It does contain Sucralose (the sweetener found in Splenda) – information that has always been listed right there below the supplement facts panel of the labels.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy shots contain Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C).
Fact: Any web source that contains ingredient lists or label images indicating that 5-Hour Energy shots have Ascorbic Acid or Vitamin C is incorrect.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy shots contain Glycerin
Fact: Any web source that contains ingredient lists or label images indicating that 5-Hour Energy shots have Glycerin is incorrect.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy shots can cause a person to fail a drug test.
Fact: There has never been a single confirmed case when 5-Hour Energy shots have ever caused a person to fail a drug test.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy shots can help a person to pass a drug test.
Fact: There has never been a single confirmed case when 5-Hour Energy shots have ever helped a person pass a drug test.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy contains dangerous levels of Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, and Niacin (Vitamin B3).
Fact: The amounts of B vitamins in 5-Hour Energy shots are within safe limits. The RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) is the minimum daily amount set by the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine.
Myth: 6 Hour Power, or a product with a similar name, is another version of a 5-Hour Energy shot.
Fact: If it doesn’t say 5-Hour Energy on the label, it’s a knockoff. Period. Living Essentials introduced 5-Hour Energy shots in 2004, and it’s the only energy shot they make. Since then, hundreds of knockoffs have entered the market, many with similar sounding names.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy shots are not FDA approved and, therefore, unsafe.
Fact: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services. It is responsible for regulating food, dietary supplements, drugs and more. While Food Products (such as bread, milk and cereal) and Dietary Supplements (such as 5-Hour Energy shots or your daily multivitamin) do not require FDA “approval” both are regulated and monitored by the FDA. 5-Hour Energy shots are regulated by the FDA per the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994. DSHEA states that dietary supplements cannot contain anything that may have a “significant or unreasonable risk of illness or injury” when the supplement is used as directed on the label, or with normal use if there are no directions on the label. In addition, the 2007 FDA rules require that dietary supplements manufacturers follow standards called Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) with which the manufacturer of 5-Hour Energy complies fully.
This means 5-Hour Energy shots must:
- Be produced in a quality manner
- Not contain any contaminants or impurities
- Be labeled with the actual ingredients in the product
So, although it may be true that the FDA does not “approve” 5-Hour Energy shots (just as it does not “approve” the food you buy or eat), you can rest assured that the FDA strictly regulates 5-Hour Energy shots.
Myth: 5-Hour Energy shots are unsafe because all of its ingredients are not disclosed.
Fact: The ingredients contained in a 5-Hour Energy shot are disclosed on the product’s label, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Myth: You can overdose on 5-Hour Energy shots.
Fact: Everybody is different, and therefore, 5-Hour Energy shots might work differently for each individual. It is recommended using one half (1/2) bottle (approximately one ounce) for moderate energy or one whole bottle (approximately two ounces) for maximum energy. It is also recommended you take no more than two bottles daily, consumed several hours apart. Of course, if you have any medical conditions, are taking any medications or otherwise have any concerns whether 5-Hour Energy shots are right for you, please check with your physician before taking it.
Myth: A 5-Hour Energy shot contains a full day’s serving of fruit and vegetables.
Fact: If only that were true. No fruit or vegetables are added to the product.
About 5 Hour Energy
Made for Hard Working People
Finding the energy for work and family responsibilities is hard enough. Throw in a second job, go back to school, or simply have a sleepless night, and you’re bound to hit the wall. So what do you do? Run for the coffee? Grab a soda? But how long does that last before you need more? Try this instead – take one 5-Hour Energy shot. It’s quick, simple, and made to help hard working people.
5 Hour Energy Helps
5-Hour Energy recognizes outstanding people and organizations who give their time and energy to make the lives of others better. They contribute to and support many causes including Living Beyond Breast Cancer, Special Operations Warrior Foundation, Gleaners Food Bank, Operation Gratitude, Veteran Tickets Foundation, and more.