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Wired X: B-12 Rush Energy Drink

By: Dusty Smith

About the Author

Central Michigan University

Experimental Psychology Graduate Student

Researcher, Engineering Psychophysiology Laboratory


Founder, Michigan Intercollegiate Racquetball Association

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When it comes to the energy drink market, no one really cares about being healthy with vitamin C. No one cares about building strong bones with D. Nobody even cares about vitamin A and… well whatever A does. The golden vitamin is that of the B variant. I don’t know why this vitamin ranks between A and C, or why categories 6 and 12 matter the most. I just know that when a sustained energy boost is your craving, vitamins B6 and B12 deliver. Chaser 5 Hour seems to be the first to commercially harness this state of affairs, and Wired X B12 Rush is the first energy drink I’ve ever seen to travel down this road.


It’s just another face in the crowd. First up, citrus. Second up, energy blend bitterness. Third up, fake sugar cover up. I do not see this taste as one meant to offer a singularly pleasurable experience. Rather, I see it as a taste that works functionally as a vessel to deliver a powerful energy blend under your taste bud radar.


The top of the can reads, “MAXIMUM CAFFEINE.” Woah there, cowboy, hold your horses. We’re only talking 100mg of caffeine total. The top of the can also reads, “MAXIMUM B VITAMINS.” All of this caps-lock label screaming had me whispering “EXTREEEEEME” under my breath when I first plucked it out of the vending cooler. The drink offers up 3,000% of your B12 DV and 500% of your B6 DV. As far as energy drinks (not shots) are concerned, those figures are impressive.


Most of the B shots out there, in my experience, seem to kindly present an optional energy boost to you on a silver tray. They seem to say, “hey there good buddy, I’ve got some energy for you, You don’t to have to take it, it’s ok, I just wanted to let you know that you’re swell and if you’re feeling down, I’m here for you”. This drink takes the silver platter of energy and mashes it into your face. The monologue of this drink would better spoken by Gunnery Sgt. Hartman from Full Metal Jacket. Down this drink and you’re going to get a classic B-vitamin boost, and you have absolutely no say in the matter. I don’t why it does this better than shots, it just does.


This has become a local go-to drink for me because of its reliable energy boost. Really these days, isn’t that what matters? Sure taste is nice but you have a busy life to live. If an energy drink fails me when I really need it, it can threaten my ability to have a successful and productive day. My only question now is what happened to B-Vitamins 1-5 and 7-11. Poor little guys are always getting left out. Reviewed by Dusty Smith

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Central Michigan University

Experimental Psychology Graduate Student

Researcher, Engineering Psychophysiology Laboratory


Founder, Michigan Intercollegiate Racquetball Association


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