May 20, 2016

Red Monkey by Red Supplements Review

red monkey review

Update: Red Monkey Is Now Available.


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Red Supplements recently announced the release of two new supplements.

Information on them is a little limited at the moment.

I’m going to do my best to find out as much as I can.

As soon as they officially release the product, I’ll update this post with the exact details.

It doesn’t come as a surprise that they’re expanding their product line.

Osta-Red was a big success but unfortunately, they won’t be selling it for long.

They were having some problems with credit card processors which apparently was caused by selling Osta-Red.

I’m not sure whether Red Burner and Red PCT are going to be available in the future.

If you want to try them, it might be wise to stock up now.

Either way, it was obvious that Red Supplements need a new flagship product.

The two products they announced this week are:

They also mentioned a line of protein powder in the future.

I for one would love to see that but we’ll have to wait a little longer for that.

In this post, I’m going to cover what little we know about Red Monkey at the moment.

Red Monkey by Red Supplements

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Just to be clear, I don’t have the specific details about this product yet.

However, I can make some assumptions based on the email newsletter they sent out.

They called Red Monkey a “feel-good” supplement that will make you calm and confident.

Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?

The benefits of Red Monkey are supposed to be:

  • Lower anxiety
  • Focus and alertness
  • Improves memory
  • Sense of well-being

So unlike the other supplements they offer, this isn’t going to be a fitness/bodybuilding supplement.

Instead, it’s going to be a product that should improve your quality of life and your productivity.

In that sense, it sounds a bit like Kratom.

One of the owners of Red Supplements also sells Kratom so it will be interesting to see how similar these products are.

Specifically, whether they compete or enhance each other.

Red Monkey Launch Date

Red Monkey review

That tweet is the latest hint at the new product.

We still don’t know much more about the product. However, I presume there will be a big post about it on B&D on Monday the 20th of June.

I don’t know about you, but I’m excited to find out more.

Hopefully, Red Monkey will be available for purchase in a week’s time. If I like it, you’ll be able to read my review right here on this post.

Update: Red Monkey Ingredients

Red Supplements just announced the specific ingredients in Red Monkey.

We’re getting closer to the launch date (June 20th) and I have to admit, I’m very excited.

I can’t wait to get my hands on this supplement.

Especially, now that I’ve seen the list of ingredients.

While reading the hints Victor and Red Supplements were dropping I couldn’t help but think…

Red Monkey seems to have very similar effects to Kratom.

And now I know why…


red monkey pills

Phenibut is one of the ingredients in Red Monkey. It’s not Kratom; but it has a lot of similarities in terms of effect.

I’ve never tried Phenibut but I’ve heard good things from multiple sources I trust.

One of the problems I see with Phenibut (and Kratom) is the taste. Both supplements taste absolutely disgusting the first time you try them apparently.

That makes them hard to market to people. Unfortunately, that’s the reason many people miss out on the amazing benefits of Kratom.

If Red Supplements manage to make an effective “Phenibut pill” that doesn’t have the nasty taste, Red Monkey will be a huge success.

Other Ingredients in Red Monkey

Phenibut isn’t the only ingredient in Red Monkey obviously. However, it’s the one that immediately stood out to me because I know how well it works.

To be honest, the other ingredients don’t mean much to me. I’ve never heard of them so I can’t really comment.

They are a mix of nootropics, herbs and other supplements.

You might know more about these types of products than I do. For that reason, I’ll list all the ingredients below without any further explanation.

  • Bacopa Mennieri
  • L-Theanine
  • Rhodiola Rosea
  • 5-HTP
  • N-Acetylcysteine (N-A-C)
  • Phenibut

If you know what they do, great!

If you’re as lost as myself, check out this post that explains each ingredient.

red monkey review

Review coming soon!

I’ll be ordering Red Monkey and writing a detailed review (good or bad) for you.

You can either wait for my review or try it for yourself.

Everyone reacts a little differently to these types of supplements. Therefore, you’re best off just giving it a shot.

It’s only $27 so you don’t have much to lose if you don’t like it.

Plus – judging by the other products Red Supplements sells – you likely won’t be disappointed.

P.S. You can order Red Monkey here.


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