Water carbonated, saccharose, glucose, carbonic acid, citric acid (E330), taurine (0,39%), Glucuronolactone (0,24%), Caffeine (0,03%), inositol (19mg), vitamins (niacine, panthothenic acid, B6, B12), aroma, colour (E150c)

Nutritional information per 100 ml:

Energy 208 kj (48,9 kcal), protein (11,3 g), fat (0,4g), inositol (0,019g)

Niacine7,92mg (44% RDA)
Pantothenic Acid1,98 mg (33% RDA)
Vitamin B62 mg (100% RDA)
Vitamin B122 µg (200% RDA)


Taurine is a naturally occurring organic acid in the human body, but it is also found in foods like meat, fish and milk. It's commonly available as a dietary supplement due to several benefits. In addition to being an anti-occidant, it is mainly utilized by the body during physical exertion and in high stress situations. At times of physical exertion, the body no longer produces the required amounts of taurine, which results in a relative deficiency. Taurine regulates the level of water and mineral salts in the blood and improves athletic and mental performance. The taurine used in Wild Dragon is not derived from animals but produced synthetically.


Glucuronolactone is a naturally occurring compound in many plant gums that has been shown to improve memory retention and concentration as well as acting as a stimulant. Glucuronolactone is purported to fight fatigue and provide a sense of well-being.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is used by the body to make haemoglobin within the red blood cells that carry oxygen to tissues. It also helps increase the amount of oxygen carried by haemoglobin. Vitamin B6 helps maintain your blood sugar levels within a normal range.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is important for the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system and for the formation of blood.


Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant. Adequate amounts of caffeine have beneficial effects: It increases muscle strength, improves metabolism by breaking down fat (caffeine is the most active ingredient in many diet pills), increases mental alertness, reaction speed and concentration.