Ghost bills itself as the “fully transparent, fully charged, feel-good energy drink we've all been waiting for.” The Ghost energy drink contains 200 mg of natural caffeine, which is about the same as a couple of cups of coffee. He accused Ghost of stating that his drinks could “improve concentration, balance hormones, and treat anxiety.” Ghost describes itself as the “first full-disclosure energy drink,” meaning it lists its ingredients in detail. Now, after having answered these questions about the Ghost energy drink, I feel like I should apologize to those of you who read this whole article thinking that it was going to answer questions about some kind of haunted energy drink. A U.S.
nonprofit organization filed a complaint with regulators over allegations that Ghost, an energy drink manufacturer backed by Anheuser-Busch InBev, is “unfairly and deceptively marketing its products to children.”.