Below we take an in-depth look at PWND Gamerz Aggro, to examine whether this interestingly-named nootropic delivers the brain-boosting goods for hardcore gamers.
PWND Gamerz Aggro is a nootropic supplement, that is aimed mainly at hardcore video game fans and gym buffs. With a host of crazy flavours to choose from (including “Hulk Juice”, “Jungle Warfare”, and “Massacred Seafruit”), this oddly named product offers more than a little creativity and humour to the sometimes bland world of nootropics. Unfortunately, its formula also relies on mostly untested and poorly understood ingredients, which could pose risks in terms of side effects or effectiveness.
The PWND Gamerz Aggro Thyroid Fat Burner is produced by Chaos and Pain, an interesting supplement and t-shirt manufacturer from the USA. The main distinguishing feature of Chaos and Pain are their wild approach to naming and packaging products, leading to crazy designs that genuinely wouldn’t go amiss decorating a shelf somewhere. The group may not have as much flair and experience with designing quality products as they do with coming up with eye-catching branding, as they appear to be a relative newcomer to the scene that attracts relatively low levels of interest on the Internet as of writing.
As we’ve already mentioned, around half of the ingredients used in this product have very little scientific research that could confirm their true effects or drawbacks. There could be a host of negative short-term or long-term effects associated with using this product that are currently unknown to researchers or prospective customers. We recommend caution when using this product.
One well-researched ingredient that this product does use is caffeine, which can sometimes cause jitters, sleeplessness, heart palpitations, and other side effects when overconsumed.
PWND Gamerz Aggro is priced at $39.99 on all the outlets that sell it online (for a 30-serving tub). Customers can purchase this product on the official Chaos and Pain webstore, the official PWND Gamerz Aggro product website and on Patriot Supplements.
We wholeheartedly believe that taking untested ingredients is a bad idea, as customers can never be confident that they will have the expected benefits or drawbacks that advertisers claim. Products like PWND Gamerz Aggro push the boundaries of decency more than most by selling a formula that is largely made up of under-researched supplements, which could pose unexpected health risks and unavoidable compromises on quality.
The lack of customer reviews compounds the situation, as customers have literally no way of knowing how this product really works in practice or on paper. Trying it means simply using your own body as a human guinea pig whilst paying for the privilege – not an inviting prospect.
Chaos and Pain are increasingly looking like a highly unprofessional outfit. The company regularly creates strange products with unconventional ingredients, has nothing resembling a proper returns policy, and appears to fake positive customer reviews online. In a world where good nootropic supplements with well-regarded ingredients are everywhere to be found, it baffles us why anyone would opt for such a mysterious and amateurish offering like PWND Gamerz Aggro. And the name is just awful.
Overall, we do not recommend PWND Gamerz Aggro to our readers.
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PWND Gamerz Aggro is a nootropic supplement that is said to be equally beneficial whether used in the gym, at the office, or whilst gaming. The ingredients profile uses several different stimulants for a major energy boost, whilst also mixing in several ingredients thought to reduce fatigue and boost cognition and memory.
This bizarrely-named nootropic is produced by Chaos and Pain, a supplement manufacturer known for its zany packaging designs. Chaos and Pain have some of the weirdest branding strategies we’ve ever seen, giving otherwise innocuous pre-workout supplements names like “Cannibal Ferox” or “Cannibal Riot”. Their brightly coloured and stylised bottles are decorated in much the same way as a heavy metal fan might spray paint their van, adorned with beautifully-drawn skulls, crying angels, and other eye-catching imagery. Unsurprisingly, the company also sells a line of t-shirts. Customers can contact Chaos and Pain using the contact form provided on the official website, or can email the company at [email protected], phone them on 1-855-798-6039 or reach them by post at 5149 Selkirk, Birmingham, AL 35242.
The directions for use are as follows:
For insane reaction time, laser focus, and unbridled energy, chug one (1) scoop about 30 mins or sip it while you crush your opposition.
Like most nootropics, this product promises to raise customers’ alertness, brain function, and mental cognition. The various stimulants used in the formula also have energy-boosting effects, which can reportedly “turn you into a mental juggernaut brimming with energy”. Other ingredients are said to reduce reaction time and improve focus.
A shamefully large proportion of the ingredients used in this product are pretty much an unknown quantity in terms of their effects and safety profile. We appreciate that it is almost a cliché on this website to claim that ingredients are under-researched, but some of the chemicals used in this product really take the biscuit, with many having just 1 study to back up some pretty wild claims (and often that study is entirely unrelated to the claims).
Fans of nootropic supplements will notice that this formula uses virtually none of the ingredients we associate with good nootropics. Essentially, all that you will find in this product is caffeine, one nootropic ingredient that is thought to boost cognition (L-Tyrosine), and a host of bizarre ingredients that haven’t been proven to do anything or remain safe for human consumption.
To make it worse, there are no customer reviews available to check online. To see whether this product really works, all customers can do at this point is try it themselves or wait for someone else to step up as a human guinea pig.
The ingredients found in PWND Gamerz Aggro are detailed below. The ingredient quantities listed below are correct for 1 rounded scoop of powder (4g).
PWND Gamerz Aggro contains a set of extremely uncommon and poorly understood ingredients. As such, it is extremely difficult (if not impossible) to know how it will affect the bodies of customers, both in the short and long term. Just because there are no known side effects of an ingredient, it does not mean that an ingredient is side effect-free.
Despite the manufacturer’s claims that this product does not cause jitters, it does contain a dose of caffeine. Consuming large quantities of caffeine can lead to headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness, and insomnia.
Do not exceed recommended serving size. Use only as directed. Not intended for use by persons under 18 or by those with a serious medical condition. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Please consult your physician before using this product, especially if you have any health issues, or are taking any prescription medications.
Chaos and Pain products tend to suffer from a relative lack of buzz online, and PWND Gamerz Aggro is no exception. Away from their official website, we were only able to locate a single independent customer review. If you have tried this supplement before, leave a comment below detailing your experience, including its effectiveness and whether or not it caused side effects.
If you are bored with pre’s and energy drinks this will spice up your life. Not for the faint of mind…lol Great intermediate to advance nootropic Formula. I bought a tub and I’m a stim and nootropic snob, and had to try it. I think it could be smoothed out, but for what is available out there it’s at the top of my list. Would love to see a stim free version though. Then you could really tweak the dose and maybe combine with a stim of choice.
As for the reviews on the official Chaos and Pain website, it is not really clear whether they are reviews or testimonials. Customers can submit reviews, but some of the reviews feel edited, and all are five star rated. Testimonials, where the manufacturers select which reviews to show (often as quotes), are inherently biased, as the manufacturers have selected them to show the product in the best possible light.
Given the lack of information there is on whether most of the key ingredients work or are safe to consume, the shortage of comments from customers is extremely unhelpful when deciding to make a purchase. Below is a testimonial from the sales website, which is a prime example of a potentially suspicious review; overwhelmingly positive, but incredibly vague:
I am a college student and have trouble staying awake at the end of the day in long lectures, so I always have this with me. This shit keeps me up and focused like you wouldn’t believe. I also use this before a long study session and I went from shit grades to great so honestly I believe that it improves memory. I have tried every flavor and all of them are great just like any other CNP product!
It’s tricky to say whether Chaos and Pain offer a true money back guarantee, as they fail to detail their policy anywhere on their website. The sentence quoted below is literally the company’s entire returns policy in full:
“Chaos and Pain offers a 100% money back guarantees as it stands behinds the quality of its products!!”
As regular readers will know, we only consider a money back guarantee as such if it offers customers a full refund within a reasonable time on all opened products (even if customers are expected to pay the cost and bear the risk of shipping the item back). If looking to return PWND Gamerz Aggro, it might be worth dropping an email to the company to receive the details of their returns policy in full, as an RMA code may be required.
PWND Gamerz Aggro can be purchased on the official Chaos and Pain webstore, on the dedicated PWND Gamerz website and on Patriot Supplements. On all three sites, a 30-serving tub costs $39.99 plus shipping.