What is in ghost energy drink?

Carbonated water, citric acid, acetyl-L-carnitine HCl, taurine, natural flavor, natural caffeine (from the coffee bean), sucralose alpha-GPC (50% alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine), sodium benzoate (preservative), potassium sorbate (preservative), ascorbic acid, acesulfame potassium, Neurofactortm coffee (Coffea Arabica). Taking things to the next level, Ghost partnered exclusively with Anheuser-Busch to manufacture and distribute all of its ready-to-drink products. The ingredients are designed to increase physical and mental energy, increase focus and clarity, but if you're looking for pre-workout supplements, check out Ghost Legend (250 mg caffeine), Ghost Legend ALL OUT (400 mg caffeine), or Ghost PUMP (caffeine free). Most new energy drinks contain between 200 and 300 mg of caffeine, so Ghost is right up there with its competitors, and 200 milligrams sell best to most audiences.

We even learned that Anheuser-Busch contacted Ghost because they quickly realized how Ghost was giving legitimacy to the supplement industry with all its collaborations with authentic flavors. You can always count on Ghost Energy for epic flavors, including collaborating with Swedish Fish. Ghost Energy's first main ingredient is 1000 mg of L-carnitine L-tartrate from Carnipure, abbreviated as “LCLT”. So what's the point of choosing natural caffeine from coffee bean extract over the powerful, fast-acting anhydrous synthetic caffeine found in most supplements? Ghost wants to ensure that your energy increases smoothly and steadily over time, so consuming natural caffeine is a better option.

This is why B vitamins are common additions to energy drinks. However, Ghost chose to use high-quality forms, such as methylcobalamin and P5P, which are more easily used by the body. Each can of Ghost Energy weighs 16 fluid ounces, which is the standard size for most energy drinks on the market. It's important to note that Ghost Energy wasn't formulated to be an RTD (ready-to-drink) pre-workout supplement, though it could be used that way.

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