Friday, December 24, 2010



RATING: 9.5 OUT OF 10.

Anti-energy drinks have been growing substantially since their debut. Normal caffeine junkies are confused by their claims to relax you and put you into a herb and melatonin induced stupor. Typically, these drinks don't contain melatonin, but rather a blend of herbs such as chamomile, and valerian root. The only drinks I know of that contain melatonin are Drank and Relaxzen Night. Relazxen is a play on the word relaxin' or relaxing. It looks like RelaxZEN on the bottle, but I'll stick to Relaxzen. And now I'd like to take this moment to thank Relaxzen for sending me a free sample. So, what does this taste like? Well, like berries. It's actually very good for a shot, and I did not need a chaser. This is probably the best tasting shot I have had. I thoroughly enjoyed the sweet berry flavor. Before we get to the anti-buzz section, let's see what fuels this sleep inducing beverage. It looks like it is powered by 151 milligrams worth of chamomile extract, GABA, l-theanine, l-threonine, valerian root extract, and melatonin. That's a nice sleepy blend and let me tell you, it worked. After downing the bottle and waited for about 10 minutes, I started to feel a little sleepy. After 20 minutes rolled around, the melatonin started to kick in. After 30 minutes past, I could definitely feel it. I was listening to my Ipod and had to stop so I could fall asleep. It took about 5 or 10 minutes for the ingredients to put me under completely. Unfortunately, I didn't wake up super-refreshed. But I never do, anyway. I judge anti-energy drinks on how well they can put me under, and Relaxzen did a fantastic job. Stay tuned for when I review the day formula by Relaxzen. It promises a calm and focused mood. The rating for this beverage? An astounding 9.5 out of 10.


  1. They are now out of did not have a widespread consumer appeal


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