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  • #31
    I do not read any ingredients followed by the number "80" (as listed above, 80 mg caffeine). This is KratingoAeng 250.

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    • #32
      This clearly shows the ignorance of many Americans. The FDA isn't God, and some of the things that the FDA has not approved does not mean it's non-consumable. Red Bull in Thailand is not laced with anything toxic. So stop your non-sense. Drink a soft drink in Thailand, and you'll never want another one from the USA again. The coca-cola here in Thailand tastes like the old cokes of the 1970's in the U.S. before the formula was changed and hence ruined. While we're on the subject of FDA approval, why don't you call or write them and ask them what is contained in many Thai herbs and medicines (find a list online if you wish). Ask them to explain why the herbs are often as beneficial to health as western medicine (if not better). Ask them about their opinion of a plant called Coccinias grandis.
      Originally posted by Energydude:
      Red Bull is a foreign made product and is not made according to FDA Guidelines. I would be wary of any product not produced in the USA and according to those guidelines. Anyway, I am proud to be an American and I buy American when I choose which energy drink to buy.

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      • #33
        hi...i was wondering if anyone can help me!

        i have a university project where i have to re-brand red bull for 45-50 year old men.

        does anyone have any ideas on how i can do this?
        i have a few ideas, but i would appreciate any further help that anyone can give me!

        thank you

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        • #34
          Originally posted by fusion:
          I didn't think there were FDA guidelines for energy drinks... And where's the bottle produced? Mexico?
          True. However, the ingredients in energy drinks are subject to FDA guidelines. I would only drink energy tonics only with ingredients on the FDA generally regarded as safe list (GRAS). Stay away from stuff that is not GRAS.

          Bob

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          • #35
            Originally posted by cali:
            Hi,
            You know its funny being new to this board - that you'll debate what's in the drinks and how much, but dodge the real issue:

            Most of these ingredients don't DO anything.

            Sorry to rain on the parade.

            As much as you think you are all competitors, you're all selling the same stuff! And if Taurine doesn't do anything - or worse, if it has negative effects mixed with alcohol - you've got much bigger problems!

            Are there any *reputable* studies published on any of this?

            Thanks.
            There is little to fear from energy drinks in terms of health. Two studies done in Europe use research to show there are no issues. One was done by the Irish government and the other the the European Community.

            Bob

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            • #36
              Hmmm
              well first of all RedBull comes from Austria.
              Try it with vodka (Our favorite drink here is Vodka/RedBull or even Champagne/RedBull) and you will fly away
              And if it is healthy or not, i really dont care

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              • #37
                give me a break. you think that If you don't buy "american" Redbull than Al-Queda wins right? Well, I hope you're their first target. I personally have no problem with eating/drinking non american food/drinks. In fact I know there's something wrong when american teenage girls are becoming fully physically developed at 11 and 12 years old..keep wolfing down on that 'roid doped cattle till you grow **** mr. angry back woods southerner. Thai redbull is the first, the original, & the best energy drink on any market. Austrian redbull is a substitute inferior good which was made to exploit a thai companies original idea by a visiting businessman. The Austrian redbull company might as well be liquidated and the CEO fined for crowding out the market with obviously a rip off product only made possible by lack of patenting in SE Asia. 180 is a better drink than Austrian redbull anyways, so If your local asian grocer is out of Thai REdbull then sip back on a 180 from the nearst conveniant store.

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                • #38
                  180 is one of the worst drinks I have ever had. I could not even get through 1/2 the can.
                  As far as your story goes, I have no idea how much is true and how much is not. I have spoken to Osoitspa in the past, and as far as I know, RB purchased the recipie from them to create their drink. From there, I dont know what went on and what happened.
                  As a drink, not a big fan of the Thai versions, little too syrupy for me.

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                  • #39
                    RB does not look good or taste good it does do anything but leave a bad taste in my mouth. Not a good product at all!!!

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                    • #40
                      thanks for that message Edude, even though that doesnt have much to do with the discution or the last few posts, apreciate that you let us know your feelings on the matter

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                      • #41
                        What does apreciate mean?

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                        • #42
                          sound it out

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                          • #43
                            I wish you did you would have spelled it right!

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                            • #44
                              possibly, but its always a gamble if I am going to spell it right.

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