An energy drink with ephedra.
XIMO (pronounced zee-moe) is a new energy drink that combines green tea with a proprietary blend of the ephedra herb, among other ingredients. But wait, wasn't ephedra banned by the FDA? XIMO skirts the ephedra ban with a few tweaks to its formula. It's legal because it doesn't contain ephedrine alkaloids which were restricted by the Food and Drug Administration.
XIMO utilizes a polyphasic system. Polyphasic means "many phases," which in this case refers to energy, mood and mental focus, and weight loss.
You're supposed to drink two to three ounces of XIMO in the morning and as desired throughout the day. It's recommended that if you are particularly sensitive to stimulants, you should avoid ingesting XIMO after 5 p.m.
XIMO is also presented as a business opportunity. Like some other health products, XIMO uses a multi-level business system. You can recruit people under you and share in their success. Or you can simply be a distributor and profit just from what you sell directly.
- XIMO provides energy for your workouts
- Contains green tea
- It should be noted that the FDA banned ephedra in the U.S.
- Contains caffeine
Ephedra, green tea, quercetin, yohimbine, niacin, trimethylglycine (TMG), caffeine.EXERCISE
XIMO is meant to help you sustain endurance during your exercise regimen. You should also have increased energy because of the drink.CONCLUSION
XIMO is run by very successful people with a background in the health and supplement industries. It appears that the product has some potent ingredients, but the website is lacking in information, specifically on the size of the bottles. With such high prices, it would be nice to know how much mileage you get out of each bottle. Other than that, XIMO may be worth investigating further.Common Misspellings
Xemo, Zimo, Zimo