Drive – Fast energy, anywhere
Performance is improved when the level of alertness is good. Poor alertness affects reaction time, decision making, information processing and attention level. With correct supplementation, peak alertness can be reliably sustained for longer periods of time.
Drive by Rohtos Labs is designed to elevate mental energy and promote wakefulness naturally, reliably and in a manner that suits everyday use. Its formulation builds on the familiar and trustworthy effect of caffeine by combining it with a set of other natural compounds.
At the core of Drive is a combination of caffeine and L-theanine, a pairing that occurs naturally in green tea. The calming effect of theanine has evolved to perfectly balance caffeine’s stimulatory effect. Together they improve alertness and performance better than caffeine alone. In Drive, they are complemented by guarana, a source of additional stimulation over caffeine alone, amino acid ornithine to extend the duration of the effect, and vitamins B6 and B12, both of which are critical for efficient brain function.
Mechanism of Action
Improved level of alertness and awakeness, balanced with calming effects.
Duration of Effect
5-hour tangible effect.
Areas of Application
Key mental and physical performances, shift work, night work and field work, as a study-aid, as a pre-workout product, countering tiredness, as a coffee or energy drink replacement.
Take when necessary, 1 hour before preferred effect onset, 1–2 capsules at a time.
Things to Note
Do not consume more than four capsules per day. One capsule of Drive contains about 100 mg of caffeine, guarana’s caffeine content included. This equals roughly one mug of filter coffee or a double espresso. If you also consume coffee, yerba mate or energy drinks, please take also their caffeine content into consideration.
Goes Well With
Brewed coffee and tea – for modulating and balancing their inherent effects
ALCAR – for focus
Sources of Choline – for focus
Curcumin, Milk Thistle – for extending caffeine’s stimulatory effect