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The supplement combines natural ingredients for an energy boost.

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Actipril is an energy-boosting supplement that is formulated to combat exhaustion and fatigue with its herbal blend of energy-boosting ingredients. It contains kola nut extract, gotu kola and guarana extract with many other natural ingredients like garlic, beet powder and cayenne pepper. Actipril claims to assist in increasing mental energy, help the body overcome fatigue, improve stress protection and defenses, and increases the body's metabolism.

  • Actipril may be able to boost your energy during the day
  • Advertises no side effects
  • The FDA has not approved or evaluated Actipril
  • There is no scientific or medical evidence that demonstrates the effectiveness of the ingredients in Actipril
  • Introducing unregulated and synthesized products into your system may have many unknown negative side effects

You are recommended to take 2 capsules of Actipril each day: One capsule should be taken in the morning with 8 oz. of water and one more capsule should be taken mid-afternoon with another 8 oz. of water. It is strongly urged that you do not exceed the recommended daily dose. This product should not be taken by anyone under the age of 18.

There is no listing of any potential side effects of taking Actripril, but since the label urges you to not exceed the dose, one must wonder about the possible side effects of it even though they are not stated.


No guidance is provided by Actipril.


Actipril is an energy-enhancing supplement that has not been approved or evaluated by the FDA, therefore its effectiveness and safety cannot be validated. Also, be warned of any supplement that claims to give you all the energy you need to get through your day and does not mention any side effects.

As with any new drug or supplement, consult with your medical doctor before taking it.

Common Misspellings

Actpril, Actypril, Actiprel, Actoprel, Actopril, Actiprill, Actipill

Related Diets: Actipril, Green Tea, Hoodia P57, Zovaset

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Anyone tried this? I'm thinking about it but want to hear some real testimonials first


this is like other diet pills for me...left me with a weird feelign stomack and jittery


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