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What is Pyretic?

Pyretic is our take on the stimulant-free fat loss support formula that uses only natural ingredients to support fat burning, metabolism, and appetite suppression.*

By using this multi-factorial approach to weight loss, Pyretic stands apart from other thermogenic fat burning supplements on the market.*

The best part is, there are absolutely no stimulants whatsoever!*

Maximizing fat loss and achieving a ripped physique demands consistency and effort at the gym and in the kitchen. Pyretic is not a "quick fix" fat loss pill like other brands claim, but when combined with a proper nutrition plan and training program, it may enhance results.*

Pyretic Ingredients

Acetyl L-Carnitine (500mg)

Think of carnitine as the “little fat burning engine that could.” Carnitine is a naturally-occurring compound found in the mitochondria helps convert fat into useable energy. Supplementing with carnitine supports its function in the body, and may allow for more efficient fat burning.*

The problem is that regular L-Carnitine supplements aren’t particularly useful or effective in the average person -- it’s really only helpful to vegans and the elderly, people deficient in carnitine.*

However, Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is extremely bioavailable, due to its ability to cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB) and exerts a number of remarkable benefits in the body.*[1]

Chief among these, ALCAR encourages the uptake of fatty acids into mitochondria, which encourages fat burning!*[2]

On top of that, ALCAR also exerts a number of cognitive benefits since it crosses the BBB. In particular, ALCAR may help lessen mental fatigue, improve mood, and support learning.*[3,4,5,6]  

  • Acetylated form of L-Carnitine that is bioavailable and crosses the blood-brain barrier*
  • Supports production of carnitine, a compound involved in fat burning*
  • May help reduce mental fatigue and increase mental energy*

Green Tea Extract (200mg)

Green Tea is considered one of the healthiest beverages on the planet. The leaves of green tea are rich in polyphenols, including catechins and flavonoids, which serve as antioxidants in the body, helping combat inflammation and oxidative stress.*
Primeval Labs has standardized the green tea extract in Pyretic for 50% EGCG, the most well-researched of all the tea polyphenols!*
Green Tea Extract, as well as EGCG in particular, have been shown in research trials to increase fat oxidation and energy expenditure both at rest and during exercise as well as enhance athletic performance!*[7,8,9]
Plus, green tea extract has also been documented to help decrease body fat and waist circumference, reduce caloric intake during meals, and limit the amounts of carbohydrates absorbed from a meal.*[10]

  • Rich in polyphenols and antioxidants which offer antioxidant protection from oxidative stress*
  • Support increase fat burning and energy expenditure*
  • Catechins in green tea have been shown to inhibit oxidation, vascular inflammation, atherogenesis, thereby supporting cardiovascular health*

Coleus Forskohlii 10% (125mg)

When it comes to stimulant-free fat burning ingredients Coleus Forskohlii (Forskolin) is as good as it gets! Forskolin assists weight loss by increasing cAMP (cyclic adenosine monophosphate) levels in the body.[11] cAMP is a derivative of ATP that serves as a chemical messenger involved in numerous biological processes.*
Activation of cAMP ignites lipolysis (the breakdown of fat stores in the body) while also inhibiting fat synthesis in the body.[12,13] In other words, forskolin may help liberate stored fatty acids to be oxidized for energy and limit fat synthesis.*

Additional research indicates that forskolin may reduce appetite and help preserve lean muscle mass while dieting.*

  • Studies have shown Forskolin stimulates an increase in the levels of cAMP, an important chemical messenger involved in metabolism*
  • Forskolin stimulates the release of stored fat from fat cells*
  • May promote fat loss while preserving muscle mass*

Cyanidin-3-Glucoside (125mg)

Chances are you’ve never come across Cyanidin-3-Glucoside in any other fat burner on the market, stimulant-based or not! But, Cyanidin-3-Glucoside, C3G, is one of the ingredients that make Pyretic truly exceptional!

C3G is a naturally-occurring anthocyanidin present in the dark-colored portions and skins of dark purple fruits, including blueberries and blackberries. C3G helps cultivate fatty acids to be used energy while at rest or during low-intensity exercise, thereby sparing your glycogen stores for more intense activities, such as sprinting.[16]

This potent compound also functions as a powerful alpha-amylase inhibitor.[17] In case you weren’t aware, alpha-amylase is one of the salivary enzymes found in the mouth helps digest starch.[18] What this means is that C3G basically acts as a carb blocker, preventing your body from fully processing some of the starches in the food you eat!

  • Naturally occurring antioxidant present in the skins of dark-colored fruits reported to counteract oxidative stress*
  • May enhance gene expression for fat oxidation*
  • Noted in research to inhibit alpha-amylase, an enzyme involved in carbohydrate digestion*
  • Animal studies indicate C3G has anti-obesity effects and may reduce the accumulation of fat in visceral adipose and liver tissues as well as plasma triglyceride levels*

Olea Europaea Leaf Extract 20% (100mg)

Olea Europaea, more commonly known as the“European Olive”, is a small species of the olive family littered throughout the Mediterranean region. Olive leaf extracts are another of the “proven commodities” when it comes to effective stim-free fat loss agents.*

Olive leaf extracts have been shown in research to help improve insulin sensitivity and defend against LDL (“bad”) cholesterol oxidation, primarily due to its high oleuropein content.[19] Furthermore, olive leaf extracts also have been noted to impact thyroid hormone production[20], supporting increased energy expenditure.*

  • Rich in antioxidants*
  • Supports thyroid function*
  • May promote insulin sensitivity*

Bacopa Monnieri (100mg)

When you’re dieting, calories are low, energy is low, and you’re most likely going to be cranky, hungry, and irritable. That’s where the stress-relieving qualities of Bacopa Monnieri come in!*

A staple of Ayurveda, Bacopa Monnieri is a versatile nootropic and adaptogenic herb frequently supplemented to reduce stress and improve cognition and focus.[21,22] By improving the body’s stress response, Bacopa may help alleviate stress or “brain fog” that can set in during periods of low-calorie intake.*
Bacopa monnieri also has been shown to positively impact the production of T4, an important thyroid hormone T4.*[23]

  • Ayurvedic herb noted for its ability to help reduce stress and improve memory and cognition*
  • Also noted in research to impact thyroid hormone production*


CAPROS® (100mg)

CAPROS® is an all natural, organic, non-GMO extract derived from the edible fruits of Phyllanthus Emblica, more commonly known as Amla. Numerous human research studies have shown that CAPROS supports heart health by improving endothelial function and cholesterol levels.[24]*

Other studies indicate that Amla fruit may also help regulate blood glucose levels[25]

When blood glucose is chronically high, insulin levels rise, hunger increases, and the body is more prone to start storing fat.*

  • Organic, non-GMO extract derived from Amla fruit*
  • Noted in human research to support cardiovascular health and endothelial function*
  • May help promote healthy blood sugar levels*

GS15-4™ (25mg)

Ginseng has been used for over 5000 years as an essential component of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The herb is most popularly supplemented for its adaptogenic qualities, where it helps the body deal with all sorts of emotional, psychological and physical stressors.*

The reason Ginseng is so powerful is due to the potent compounds contained in the plant known as ginsenosides. GS-14 is a trademarked extract of Panax ginseng (the one true ginseng on the market) that has been clinically proven to have superior absorption and bioavailability in the body.*

In addition to its energy and cognitive boosting benefits, ginseng also has been noted to offer anti-obesity effects via its actions on certain mechanisms which lead to decreased food intake, reduced blood glucose and lowered blood lipid levels.*[26,27,28]

  • Herb commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to help reduce stress*
  • Rich in ginsenosides*
  • May help reduce food intake and blood sugar levels*

Chromium Picolinate (200mcg)

Chromium is a well-known mineral that’s involved in a number of highly critical functions in the body, including the production of cholesterol.*

Additionally, chromium is also required for the proper functioning of insulin. Without adequate chromium, insulin metabolism may be impaired, thereby affecting the uptake and utilization of glucose, amino acids, and fats.
Chromium has been noted in some research to help maintain steady blood sugar levels.[29,30], Stable blood sugars may help limit energy highs and lows that can occur as well as reduce spikes in hunger levels.*

  • Trace mineral involved in numerous physiological processes, including insulin metabolism*
  • Research notes that individuals with Type 2 diabetes have lower chromium levels than individuals without the disease*
  • May improve insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism* 

Suggested Use

Consume 3 capsules in the morning and 3 capsules in the evening for a total of 6 capsules daily.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease



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