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Dynamine™ (methylliberine) is a fast-acting, high-impact ingredient found in kucha tea, and is a chemical cousin of both caffeine and TeaCrine®. It is believed that Dynamine™ (alone or in combination with TeaCrine® ) is able to activate the central nervous system, without negatively impacting the cardiovascular system.

Dynamine™ Benefits
After 20 years of limited innovation in energy products, Dynamine™ is poised t o disrupt the energy category with its backed-by-science benefits and a growing list of toxicology, safety, and efficacy studies. Dynamine™ in combination with TeaCrine® and/or caffeine has been shown to improve energy, mood, alertness and focus.*

In a recently completed university study, caffeine exposure (area under the curve — AUC) and half-life increased when co-administered with Dynamine™. Remarkably, the combination of caffeine + Dynamine™ + TeaCrine® resulted in the greatest area under the curve! In fact, the combination of caffeine + Dynamine™ + TeaCrine® resulted in an exposure THREE TIMES greater than caffeine alone!

 Basically, when dosing Dynamine™ and TeaCrine® alongside caffeine, you can get a much longer-lasting energy boost (3x longer!) than you would be using the same amount of caffeine alone.*

*These data suggest an increase in the benefits of caffeine using a lower dose when used in combination with Dynamine™ and Dynamine™ + TeaCrine®. The synergistic effects of Dynamine™ + TeaCrine® on caffeine PK may maximize caffeine’s benefits, while reducing undesirable effects of escalating caffeine doses.

Yates, C. R.. “Assessment of Pharmacokinetic Interaction Potential Between Caffeine and Methylliberine” [Manuscript in Preparation]

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