No more morning coffee, ever ...

JUNE 16, 2016

No more morning coffee, ever ...

Sprayable Energy has launched a caffine spray that does away with the morning cup of coffee, forever....

 Reading from the company's web site and the FAQs;

          Does it work?

Absolutely. Our spray enables caffeine to enter your system at a steady pace over several hours – giving you smooth, long-lasting energy.

Is Sprayable Energy safe?

Very safe. The amount of caffeine contained within our product is less than that found in a cup of coffee. The reason for this is our product, not being ingested, isn't almost entirely metabolized by the liver before entering your system and becoming available to your body. Thus, a smaller amount of caffeine can have just the same effect as a very large amount of caffeine ingested through an energy drink or cup of coffee. However, if you are allergic (or highly sensitive) to caffeine, you should not use our product.

How do I use it?

Spray it in the same way you would spray perfume or cologne - preferably on the neck for the greatest effect. For best results spray four times at once (twice on each side of the neck) and adjust as necessary.  Vary the areas in which you spray to maximize the surface area on which the spray is applied.

How will I feel?

After spraying, you will feel awake and focused without being over-stimulated as is common with coffee and energy drinks.  Since our product enters your system gradually over a period of several hours, you wont have the "buzz" that you get from caffeine products you drink (or the crash afterwards)

Well, I can't argue with the convenience factor that comes with a new way to get a quick hit of caffeine. What with all of the energy drinks on the market now that taste more like cough syrup than a beverage I want to consume,  I guess it's good that there is something that gives me the benefit of the boost without the "ick" factor of the syrupy tasting drink. But I just can't help but wonder, with all of these products trying to replace the good old tried and true cup of morning Joe, what's wrong with just having a cup of coffee?