Backed by an unwavering commitment to research, quality and innovation, Eagle Energy natural caffeine vaporizers use a proprietary, plant-based formula—including guarana extract, ginseng, and vitamin B12—and a customized heating system engineered to deliver an effective, inhalable caffeine substitute.
1) Instant energy
When you inhale Eagle Energy’s natural, plant-based caffeine, you will start to feel an energy boost in about 5 minutes, while a sugar-filled energy drink takes over 30 minutes to take full effect.
2) Ability to control the effects
Ingested caffeine stays in your system for over 5 hours, which can cause jitters and impact sleep. However, when you breathe in caffeine, it metabolizes quite quickly and lasts about 1 hour. Which means with Eagle Energy, you can control the level and duration of your energy boost.
3) Avoid stomach aches and gastro-issues
Some people find that drinking caffeine can cause an irritated stomach and other uncomfortable gastrointestinal side effects. This concern is eliminated with the natural caffeine derived from guarana berries in Eagle Energy. Weight gain and sugar-crashes are also not an issue as there is no sugar or calories in Eagle Energy.
4) Gentle on the lungs and airways
Due to the use of a natural plant-based caffeine solution, it is gentle on the lungs and airways unlike that burn or discomfort that may be felt with a high temperature nicotine device. Eagle Energy uses a low temperature caffeine delivery system different to that of a regular e-cigarette with clinical trials of non-nicotine vaporisers showing there is no detrimental effect on lung capacity or VO2 Max.
Guarana Extract (Caffeine Source) – Guarana is a naturally occurring plant found in South America and holds about 4 times the potency as a coffee bean. It is advantageous for use in inhaled form as it is heat resistant allowing for it to maintain a high bioavailability and unlike artificially made caffeine and coffee beans contains other compounds heightening the effects of the caffeine. Each device contains 44 milligrams of Guarana Extract.
Through Inhalation the caffeine is absorbed at a much higher rate than that of oral ingestion meaning with less consumption, the same effects can be achieved.
Vitamin B-12 – Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin your body needs but cannot produce. It supports proper function of your nerve cells and helps your body produce red blood cells. It’s known to boost your energy, enhance your memory, and may improve your mood while helping you prevent heart disease and Anaemia.
Research Partnership with the University of South Alabama
In order to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of Eagle Energy natural caffeine supplements, Eagle Energy have engaged in a research partnership—including clinical trials—with the University of South Alabama’s Department of Health, Kinesiology and Sport Exercise Science, which has published clinical trials on other caffeine supplement products and energy drinks.
Vitamin B-12 – Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin your body needs but cannot produce. It supports proper function of your nerve cells and helps your body produce red blood cells. It’s known to boost your energy, enhance your memory, and may improve your mood while helping you prevent heart disease and Anaemia. (BOOST + ENERGY)
L-Theanine – L-Theanine can help improve sleep (without drowsiness), promote better mental focus and attention, and relieve stress. It also helps support a healthy heart and reduces blood pressure. (BOOST + ENERGY)
Taurine – Taurine is naturally occurring amino acid in your body that’s been shown to have a variety of health benefits. It plays a direct role in several bodily functions such as maintaining proper hydration and electrolyte balance in your cells, regulating minerals in your cells, aiding in immune system health and antioxidant function, supporting healthy digestion, and assisting the proper function of your central nervous system and eyes. (BOOST)
Berry Extracts – Wild berries provide your body with certain vitamins like vitamin C and contain anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Vitamin C is essential for proper immune health and collagen synthesis. And its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects help protect your cells from damage that could lead to various diseases. (BOOST)
Mint Essential Oil Extracts – Mint has a variety of benefits for your body such as reducing inflammation, easing headaches, and eliminating nervous tension. Some research suggests it may help ease depression and provide mental clarity. (BOOST)
Melatonin – Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland in your brain, it’s primarily responsible for regulating your body’s circadian rhythm to manage your natural sleep cycle. Therefore, it’s often used as a sleep aid to combat issues like insomnia or jet lag.
Chamomile – Chamomile is an herb commonly found in tea that has been used for thousands of years to help people relax and settle upset stomachs. Some studies suggest it can combat mild inflammation and aids in falling asleep.
Valerian Root – Valerian root is used as a calming herbal remedy that assists in relaxation and falling asleep. This is due to the valerianic acid found in Valerian root, which affects the GABA receptors in your brain which control fear and anxiety in your brain. It’s also been known to help cure mild headaches.
Passionflower – Passionflower is another calming herbal ingredient. Some studies suggest that Passionflower is effective at relieving mild cases of anxiety and helping you fall asleep at night because it boosts the level of GABA in your brain. It also may help soothe and treat minor stomach problems.
Orange Essential Oil Extracts – Orange has fresh, citrusy aroma and is used for a variety of reasons from improving your mood to reducing stress levels to relieving mild pain and inflammation. Orange also has antioxidant and antimicrobial activity, which is why it’s thought to contain some anticancer properties, though more research is needed.
Melatonin is a hormone made naturally by your body that helps you fall asleep faster, get deeper rest, and wake up refreshed.
It is produced by the pineal gland in the brain but also found in other areas, such as the eyes, bone marrow and gut
It is often called the “sleep hormone,” as high levels can help you fall asleep. However, melatonin itself won’t knock you out.
It simply lets your body know that it is night-time so you can relax and fall asleep easier.
Evidence shows that taking melatonin before bed can help you get to sleep
In an analysis of 19 studies scientists found that melatonin helped reduce the time it took to fall asleep by an average of 7 minutes.
In many of these studies, people also reported significantly better quality of sleep
Lavender is a purple plant proven to promote relaxation and be an effective natural sleep aid.
Lavender essential oil is widely recognized as a natural sleep aid. For example, a 2005 study assessed how lavender essential oil affected 31 young, healthy sleepers.
Researchers found that lavender increased the amount of slow- and deep-wave sleep in participants. All participants reported feeling “higher vitality” the next morning.
Chamomile, a common ingredient in calming teas, has been shown to be a sleep inducer.
Its calming effects may be attributed to an antioxidant called apigenin, which is found in abundance in chamomile tea. Apigenin binds to specific receptors in your brain that may decrease feelings of stress and initiate sleep.
A study in 60 nursing home residents found that those who received 400 mg of chamomile extract daily had significantly better sleep quality than those who did not receive any.
Another study involving postpartum women who had poor sleep quality found that those who drank chamomile tea for a two-week period reported overall better sleep quality than those who did not drink chamomile tea.
Furthermore, a study involving people with sleep issues found that those who received 270 mg of chamomile extract twice daily for 28 days fell asleep about 15 minutes faster than participants who did not receive the extract.
Moreover, those who received the extract woke up fewer times in the middle of the night, compared to the placebo group.
The results of these studies are encouraging, especially for those who struggle with getting a good night’s rest.
Naturally occurring in tea leaves, L-theanine is widely accepted as a successful sleep quality booster.
Research indicates that L-theanine could be beneficial for a good night’s sleep. Researchers in one study found that doses of 250 mg and 400 mg of L-theanine greatly improved sleep in animals and humans.
Also, 200 mg of L-theanine was shown to reduce resting heart rate, pointing to its ability to promote relaxation.
A 2011 study looked at the effects of L-theanine on 98 boys aged 8 to 12. A randomized group was given two 100 mg chewable tablets of L-theanine twice daily. The other group received placebo pills.
After six weeks, the group taking L-theanine was found to have had longer, more restful sleep.