dealsfree 5-hour energy® samples for $0.00 + free…

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not sure if want...

jk. in for 1.

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I signed up for one of these months ago and never got anything.

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@djenkins1982: I signed up for one of these months ago and got three. Go figure.

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Insteresting. Would not let me continue until I UNCHECKED the box saying I was over 18. lol

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False advertising, I usually only get around 4.25 hours of energy off of one of these...

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In for one. Hoping for 3 like tarasadies.

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Did this a while ago, got nothing. But, trying again.

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I hope drinking this makes me as cool as the people in the commercials

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You can expect to receive your bottle within the next 4 weeks.

awww but I want it now!!!

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Just got my sample bottle today! SWEET! Signed up about 2 weeks ago.

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Ok, something is seriously wrong with me. I signed up good and well knowing that I can't drink this for like the next 1.5 years... pregnancy + nursing afterwards. Will it last that long? I seriously want to try it but I might have to forfeit it to my hubby. AHHH, the temptations for free samples is too stong!!!

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Signed up last time the deal was offered, got it in the mail today as a matter of fact. Time to try and score another!

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first off let me say i like this stuff, and im all for free things, so I dont want to rain on the free parade, just trying to help you all out.

after I did some research on vitamins, more like b12 which is very important to supplement, I found out this product uses the cheap toxic b12 form
http://www.naturalnews.com/032766_cyanocobalamin_vitamin_B-12.html

I then started taking this stuff and its amazing, and costs 50x less then this drink and its safer
http://www.amazon.com/Foods-Methyl-B-12-1000mcg-Lozenges/dp/B001F0R7VE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1327985761&sr=8-3

Cyanocobalamin is a cheap, synthetic chemical made in a laboratory. It's virtually impossible for you to find this form in nature. Low-end vitamin manufacturers use it because it can be bought in bulk and added to products with claims that they "contain vitamin B-12!" What they don't tell you is that the vitamin is bound to a toxic, poisonous cyanide molecule that must then be removed from your body by your liver.

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I'm not sure if I'm stupid, but I keep getting "invalid entry" when I finish signing up and press submit. The captcha was easy (JS4B)

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Never got mine from the last time!

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I hope everybody realizes that this is not from the official manufacturer of 5 Hour Energy, it's just some site that resells it. You're probably just voluntarily signing yourself up for a mailing list that will (most definitely) be sold to other companies. Enjoy!

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@fit410s: Vitamin B12 doesn't give you energy. People don't understand that 99% of all the energy drinks out there are sugar + caffeine. You want energy? Drink a cup of black coffee, exercise, eat healthy and sleep more than 5 hours a night.

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@thebopster: Mine came in last Saturday. I had forgotten about it so that was a pleasant surprise.

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@fit410s: "What they don't tell you is that the vitamin is bound to a toxic, poisonous cyanide molecule that must then be removed from your body by your liver."

My liver has been taking it easy lately. Time for it to get back to work.

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I have done one of these in the past. And it eventually came. just drank it today actually.

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I think this is a repost, because I saw it here a few weeks ago and signed up for it. It didn't take too long, for it to be delivered to my house. Haven't tried it yet.

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@fit410s: 1. your source is NaturalNews, a well-known crank/pseudoscience site that sells a crapload of snake-oil products.

2. you don't know how chemistry works. cyanocobalamin doesn't break down into cobalt and cyanide.

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@freeplaypsp: any proof?

Additional sources for this story include:

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2004/02/07/cyanocobalamin-versus-methylcobalamin?blog=27

Ting R, Szeto C, Chan M, Ma K, Chow K (2006). "Risk factors of vitamin B(12) deficiency in patients receiving metformin". Arch Intern Med 166 (18): 1975–9
http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/166/18/1975

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It's FREEEEEEEEEE! Thanks for the deal!

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I love this stuff! Used to get it at The Vitamin Shoppe, but they carry another brand now. It works as intended. Not sure if the Extra Strength one is any better, although I've tried it, I dunno. Buy the 24 pack and it comes to a little over $2.08/bottle with the shipping. (I didn't - I'm going for the free one.)

I do NOT drink it every day, I like the effect of being alert for the few hours it works and I especially like getting one for free!

Who cares if they sell my name - I used a throwaway e-mail anyway for all my purchases. Especially the Free ones!

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@freeplaypsp: It's funny that @fit410s is bothering to do something other than shill for Left Lane Sports and it's still resulting in pushing a (questionable) product. Actually, come to think of it, maybe that's not a coincidence.

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@fit410s: Yes, we all saw the last link you provided. Also, congratulations, what you're feeling is the placebo effect! If something works, whether via it's own mechanisms or the placebo effect, I'm all for it. But just to be clear, someone can't simply take a B12 pill and feel "buzzed" all day. B12 helps break down fat into energy (i.e. you need other variables in your system), it doesn't magically give you a boost when you pop a pill.

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I've requested free samples from these guys a few times and never seen the samples.

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I keep getting invalid entry...

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@findthenbuy: I get a 24 pack at Costco for $36, so it's about $1.50/bottle. You don't actually need a membership to go there, you just need a gift card from a member.

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" Could not instantiate mail function."

Sounds like its broken.

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@fit410s: Actually in cases of actual cyanide poisoning doctors give the patient a compound that the cyanide binds to, forming... cyanocobalamin. I doubt very much that you will get cyanide poisoning from a compound whose creation can ultimately save you from cyanide poisoning. It may not be the most effective way to get B12 but it isn't going to kill you any faster then those beers you have when you watch the Super Bowl.

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@deftoned989
That's precisely why I have 3 fake spam email accounts.