- Each bottle is 1.69 oz.
Does not work
What would I have done without you, Health Energy Potion?
Don’t Drink It!!!
A Very Good Potion
Wanna stay up? Need Energy? Need to Focus? Get This. Now.
Not a toy. Energy drink/collectable
It is covered in lastic with nutrition information. but when you take it off you lose the symbol on front and even with the label on the symbol is difficult to see. Very disappointed it was not printed on the bottle itself. I would find another company that sells healt potion that is more accurate and not ruined by putting the symbol on the label.
Not a Toy this is a real Energy Drink
It tastes worse than cancer
A Death Knight’s Drink of Choice.
Not for children–but works well
Visual: Small but very attractive packaging. Pretty much exactly what you might think a health potion would look like in real life based upon many popular games. Smaller than expected–but then it more easily explains how your character in World of Warcraft, or ‘toon, could carry 40 in one backpack.
Taste: Also explains why your ‘toon refuses to drink another one for several minutes, even if it means dying. Dying is preferable as long as you still have the aftertaste. Think cough syrup, only without the benefit of alcohol or drugs. Very glad it came in 50ml bottles–one good sized swig and it’s gone. After a short period of time, however, one starts to think it wasn’t that bad. An appropriate support group could probably help with that mild problem.
Effects: Works as advertised per friends who drank it (I drank the mana potion). They were able to stay up as late as they desired, were able to concentrate well, and noted no adverse effects the next day.
Active ingredients: Per their website, contains 25 calories per serving, includes Vitamin C (100% RDA), B1 (80% RDA), B5 (80% RDA), B6 (1600% RDA), B12 (100% RDA) as well as caffeine and enzymes. Caffeine content roughly equivalent to two Red Bulls or four cups of coffee.
Bottom line: Works well, but based upon the caffeine I would not recommend for children or anyone else you wouldn’t hand a pot of coffee to and expect them to drink it all. Really shouldn’t be listed in toys and games, but rather with food or energy drinks.
Looks cool but melts your tastebuds
If you like how feet, farts, and vitamins taste when licked off of an old woman, you’ll love the flavor.
If, however, you prefer your beverages don’t immediately make you feel regret and a building of bile in the back of your throat, leave them on the shelf.
for the computer geek….
He was shocked to pull them from his stocking and I got instant “Cool Mom” points– so I was very happy.
They are great for the novelty though I wouldn’t pay the exorbitant price and shipping and handling to get them again…
“Harcos Health Potions, because girls like me just don’t know when to stop!”
Those boffins at Harcos Labs have been working hard to deliver a product that gives me the confidence and energy to keep wasting soul-suckers all day but is small enough that I can fit ten of them in my backpack along with my Desert Eagle, an M134 Minigun, 5000 rounds of ammunition, 8 frag grenades, six first aid kits, a map of the entire level and a packet of Bodyform maxi-flow pads (because my busy lifestyle just won’t wait!).
Excuse me… BLAM!!! Holy cow! d’you see his head come apart man?
Bitter taste, novelty bottle
Yum, to some extent
Nice to look at..
Tastes slightly better than mana
Tastes like awful
For Display Only
The Look: Plain. To open in you have to rip off the plastic covering therefor removing the “health” sign. And please note that it does not look like the first image. Instead it looks like the customer image. So no big fancy “Health” and gold cross.
The Use: Looks good on a shelf.
The Size: Look carefully at the oz. It’s smaller than my hand.