As confirmed early last month, Chaos and Pain has been working on a new version of its stimulant powered pre-workout Cannibal Ferox. The formula behind that new and improved product has now been revealed, as we continue to wait for its release.
Currently, the updated supplement is referred to as Cannibal Ferox Reloaded, however, on its tub it does look like it will still be going by the name Cannibal Ferox. As for what’s changed formula wise, Chaos and Pain hasn’t done too much with Ferox’s heavier ingredients, only really changing things around in the stimulant department.
In total, the new Cannibal Ferox Reloaded features 13 different ingredients, with 8 of those coming from the current version of Ferox, and 6 of those 8 keeping their doses. The consistent ingredients are 4g of citrulline malate, 3.2g of beta-alanine, 2g of creatine monohydrate, 1.5g of betaine, 450mg of caffeine, 125mg Orchilean, yohimbine down from 3mg to 2, and n-acetyl-l-tyrosine down from 750mg to 500.
The five remaining ingredients in Cannibal Ferox Reloaded are 35mg of isopropylnorsynephrine, 50mg of hordeinine, 40mg of halostachine, 1.5mg of alpha yohimbine, making it two forms of yohimbine for the product, and lastly 200mcg of huperzine A.
With mostly the stimulant department changing, it’ll certainly be interesting to see how different the new Cannibal Ferox Reloaded is compared to its predecessor. The formula does have a lot of things the same, so fans of the current Ferox will likely enjoy the sequel, although the energy and focus do look like they’ll have a new feel.