Dragon Pharma Venom

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What does it mean to be great? For some, it’s the number of trophies on the shelf from competing. For others. it’s the ability to dig deep to do what it truly takes to add slabs of lean muscle and drop body fat, smash lifting PRs and dominate every workout, day in and day out. Greatness is in all of us and it courses through our veins. Sometimes, we simply need to flip that switch and tap into our true potential. That is why we created Dragon Pharma Venom.

Formulated to be a no BS, high-intensity energy and focus driving catalyst, Venom leaves nothing to chance, addressing every angle of optimizing your performance potential. With high-intensity energy fueled by caffeine and the novel stimulant Dynamine®, and focus further driven by a synergistic combination of L-Tyrosine and Huperzine, you’ll be locked in to crush every workout.

Venom also addresses two critical components: Training endurance and blood flow. Not only are you getting a clinical dosage of beta alanine for helping to maximize your training endurance, we also include the research proven ingredients Nitrosigine® and S7®. These two ingredients work to maximize blood flow and vasodilation and maximize endogenous nitric oxide production, meaning that not only will you get better muscle pumps, but you’ll also increase nutrient delivery to your hard-working muscles and maximize your results.

Last but not least, Venom also focuses on maximizing the effectiveness of your training sessions by the inclusion of two potent ingredients that amplify calorie burning and energy expenditure: CaloriBurn GP® and Yohimbe. These two ingredients have been shown in research to increase calorie burning, activate brown adipose tissue and increase lipolysis (fat loss), meaning you’ll be supporting a leaner, more powerful physique as well.

When it’s time to push the limits of what you are truly capable of, flip the switch with Dragon Pharma Venom.


Beta Alanine

Non-essential amino acid that makes up (along with the amino acid histidine) the complex amino acid carnosine; Maintains the pH balance in muscle tissue during exercise by removing excess hydrogen ions generated during training. Research has shown that it supports boosts in muscular output and anaerobic training endurance1

Shown to reduce the perception of fatigue and delay the onset of volitional exhaustion during training2

Though the mechanisms are still under research, data suggest that beta alanine can contribute to gains in lean muscle mass3.

CaloriBurn GP®

Also known as Alligator Pepper or Grains of Paradise; Used traditionally as a pungent spice and is botanically in the same family as ginger, sharing many of the same bioactives

Appears to possess some anti-diabetic and anti-obese mechanisms4,5

Show to increase metabolic rate and enhance calorie burning; Activates brown adipose tissue (BAT) and converts white adipose tissue into BAT6.


A novel bonding of arginine, inositol and potassium silicate that combine to harness the coronary function-improving effects of both arginine and silicate in an inositol-stabilized form that delivers improved bioavailability of both the silicate and the arginine compared to traditional L-arginine alone

Research suggests that 1.5g of Nitrosigine® performs just as well, if not better than 8g of Citrulline Malate7

Works up to 500% more effectively than traditional Arginine HCL8

Significantly improves blood flow for muscle pumps via blood vessel relaxation9

Shown to improve ability to perform complex cognitive tests requiring mental flexibility, processing speed and executive functioning10

Promotes sustained muscle pumps and enhanced nutrient delivery11.


Low dose blend of seven plant-based ingredients that increases endogenous nitric oxide production

Shown to increase bioavailable nitric oxide by 230% above baseline12.


Naturally occurring amino acid found in the diet that is metabolized to produce catecholamines such as dopamine and adrenaline13

Seems to provide a 'safety buffer' of building blocks that can prolong the anti-stress effect of catecholamines by delaying depletion14

Shown to help decrease serotonin to dopamine ratio during exercise, decreasing the perception of fatigue15.

Caffeine Anhydrous

Central nervous system stimulant of the methylxanthine class; World’s most widely consumed psychoactive drug

Works by blocking the action of adenosine receptors, preventing the onset of drowsiness16; Creates alertness and wakefulness via antagonizing the adenosine receptors in the brain17

Shown to increase anaerobic running (sprint) performance and increase muscular power output18,19

Decreases the sensation of fatigue and increases mental performance20

Supports elevated mood state21.

Dynamine® (Methylliberine)

Purine alkaloid found naturally in the Kucha leaf; Similar in chemical structure to TeaCrine®

Amplifies feelings of energy, mood and cognitive focus via activation of dopamine receptors and inhibiting adenosine receptors

Doesn’t elevate heart rate or blood pressure.


Amino acid that is considered non-essential; Deemed non-dietary amino acid that is primarily supplemented

Research shows increases in Alpha brain waves with decreases in Beta brain waves; Indicates more mental alertness with relaxation but without causing sedation22

Shown to work well with stimulatory ingredients such as caffeine as it can ‘take the edge’ or anxiety aspect away when paired; Additionally this combination has been shown to be beneficial for improving performance on cognitively demanding tasks23.

Yohimbe HCL

Naturally occurring alkaloid found in a tree native to western Africa - Can also be found in the plant Rauwolfia; Active alkaloid is Yohimbine

Shown to possess stimulatory properties; Acts through adrenergic system as an Alpha agonist and increases adrenaline and noradrenaline – potent CNS stimulants24

Areas of higher bodyfat tend to have more alpha-2 adrenergic receptors – Yohimbine binds to these receptors which inhibits the regulatory process in fat cells that normally blunts fat burning25

Research has shown that it can aid in maintaining lean muscle while dropping body fat26.

Huperzine A

Compound extracted from the herbs of the Huperziceae family; Known as an acethylcholinesterase inhibitor meaning that it stops enzymes from breaking down acetylcholine (the leading neurotransmitter in the brain)27

Research indicates that it offers a neuroprotective effect; Has been shown to reverse or attenuate cognitive deficits28.

Venom References

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(2) Zanella, P. Effects of Beta-Alanine Supplementation on Performance and Muscle Fatigue in Athletes and Non-Athletes of Different Sports: A Systematic Review. J. Sports Med. Phys. Fitness2017, 57 (9), 1132–1141. https://doi.org/10.23736/S0022-4707.16.06582-8.

(3) Smith, A. Effects of Beta-Alanine Supplementation and High-Intensity Interval Training on Endurance Performance and Body Composition in Men; A Double-Blind Trial. J. Int. Soc. Sports Nutr.2009, 6 (5). https://doi.org/10.1186/1550-2783-6-5.

(4) Hattori, H. Identification of Vanilloid Compounds in Grains of Paradise and Their Effects on Sympathetic Nerve Activity. J. Sci. Food Agric. 2018, 98 (12), 4742–4748. https://doi.org/10.1002/jsfa.9009.

(5) Mohammed, A. Inhibition of Key Enzymes Linked to Type 2 Diabetes by Compounds Isolated from Aframomum Melegueta Fruit. Pharm. Biol. 2017, 55 (1), 1010–1016. https://doi.org/10.1080/13880209.2017.1286358.

(6) Sugita, J. Grains of Paradise (Aframomum Melegueta) Extract Activates Brown Adipose Tissue and Increases Whole-Body Energy Expenditure in Men. Br. J. Nutr. 2013, 110 (4), 733–738. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007114512005715.

(7) Rogers, J. Comparing the Acute Effects of Citrulline Malate and Nitrosigine Supplementation in Young Adults, 2019.

(8) Proctor, S. A Novel Complex of Arginine-Silicate Improves Micro- and Macrovascular Function and Inhibits Glomerular Sclerosis in Insulin-Resistant JCR:LA-Cp Rats. Diabetalogia 2005, 48 (9), 1925–1932. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00125-005-1862-8.

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(16) Ribeiro, J. Caffeine and Adenosine. J. Alzheimers Dis. 2010, 20 (Suppl 1), S3-15. https://doi.org/10.3233/JAD-2010-1379.

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(19) Wilk, M. The Acute Effect of Various Doses of Caffeine on Power Output and Velocity during the Bench Press Exercise among Athletes Habitually Using Caffeine. Nutr. J. 2019, 11 (7), 1465. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu11071465.

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(27) Zhao, Q. Effects of Huperzine A on Acetylcholinesterase Isoforms in Vitro: Comparison With Tacrine, Donepezil, Rivastigmine and Physostigmine. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 2002, 455 (2–3), 101–107. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0014-2999(02)02589-x.

(28) Wang, R. Neuroprotective Effects of Huperzine A. A Natural Cholinesterase Inhibitor for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. Neurosignals 2005, 14 (1–2), 71–82. https://doi.org/10.1159/000085387.