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2013-09-30 7:22 PM


Subject: Blu Frog Energy Drink
Just wanted to share an alternative energy drink that I have been drinking. It has Fucoidan to help with all inflammation and tissue related injuries. It has all natural caffeine (guarana seed extract), plus considerably less sugar than Red Bull, Monster, etc. Blu Frog is a great addition for your sustained energy needs, and it tastes really good. It's a healthy alternative to those brand name drinks and is in the same price range.

If you want to give it a Tri, you can order it online at


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2013-10-03 2:07 PM
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Subject: RE: Blu Frog Energy Drink
what does it taste like, flavor, coupons for a free one to try?
How many mg of caffeine?
2013-10-03 5:54 PM
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Subject: RE: Blu Frog Energy Drink
It has a citrus taste, very refreshing, even our 4 yr old Grandson likes it (and it's healthy so it actually helps with some ADHD issues!). I would gladly send you some samples if you like, just let us know where to ship it. I would love to tell you it tastes better than a Monster or a Red Bull, but I have actually never drank any of those because I never felt they were good for you.

Will also send you some of the nutritional information if you send me your email address.


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2013-10-03 6:00 PM
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Subject: RE: Blu Frog Energy Drink
Forgot to answer the caffeine question - It has 80MG of natural caffeine (guarana seed extract)
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