Olympus Labs BloodShr3d Black Magic Brings Fiery Heat and Stims

Fat burners are ubiquitous with the supplement industry — much like protein powder or pre workouts. Due to their popularity, most companies have their own take on a fat burner or at the very least a product that claims to help with fat loss.

Olympus Labs BloodShr3d Black Magic

Get ready to sprinkle some Black Magic on your diet. Olympus Labs plays for keeps with this one

But when you want a serious take, you have to ask what Olympus Labs is doing. Unafraid to make powerful formulas for advanced users, Olympus Labs blew the doors down in 2016 with the original BloodShr3d fat burning powder, which is also getting updated. But in fall of 2018, they decided to take things further and enhance it to true DemiGod status. Meet BloodShr3d Black Magic.

Are we as impressed with it as we were with recently-launched Elim1nate and Superior Protein? Let’s find out!

The Premise: A fat burning powder with nearly everything we love?!

Honestly, the idea behind BloodShr3d Black Magic appears to be: “let’s throw every fat burning ingredient in that PricePlow enjoys and then find even more to keep them on their toes”.

BloodShr3d Black Magic has a massive label of ingredients that make up its formula. In order to fit all of the ingredients, they stuck with a powder formula. While some prefer the convenience of popping a capsule once or twice a day, we prefer powders for fat burners lately. Powders have more room for ingredients that require more volume (like amino acids) and allow dieters to tweak the dose according to their response — a necessity in the age of high-stimulant products.

300mg caffeine in two scoops… and two other strong stimulants

The new Black Magic version is no exception as it bolsters 300mg of caffeine per two-scoop serving, but that’s only the start of this stimulant game. If you like what we call “exotic stimulants” to get you going, then you’ve landed on the right page. And if the powder is tasty (which it is), then it adds something to look forward to on a day of hard dieting!

…but yohimbe-free!

Olympus Labs BloodShr3d Black Magic Benefiits

“Enhanced Energy & Mood Elevator” is putting it softly. This stuff is for those who need it amped up!

While there are some stiff stimulants in here, one important thing to note up front is that it’s a yohimbe-free formulation! That’s right, there’s no Y, Alpha-Y / rauwolscine, or the related Stimulant-X that’s in the Re1gn pre workout. If you like the aggressive formulas but can’t handle this class of ingredients and get discouraged when every single strong product has them, then keep reading – Black Magic was made for you.

For this analysis, we’re going to put every ingredient through our usual harsh scrutiny by diving into the available scientific literature. Olympus Labs’ Bloodshr3d Black Magic is designed to:

  • Be an extreme fat burning powder
  • Assist with weight loss for all types of dieters
  • Enhance mood, energy, and focus levels
  • Suppress appetite
  • Induce thermogenesis for a warm sensation

For a fat burner, these goals are realistic and this isn’t Olympus Labs’ first rodeo in the weight loss arena. They had two versions of BloodShr3d in the past, as well as the equally edgy Olympus Labs Ignit3 fat burner which serves as the DemiGod option for capsule-lovers.

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Mike’s BloodShr3d Black Magic Review

WOW. This stuff packs power, and this Sucker Punch flavor is insane if you like it sour! I’ll be sticking to Rainbows ‘n Stuff though:

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Without further ado, let’s get to the ingredients! No outrageous claims needed, the ingredient label and all of its glory will do the talking today. Our long-term fans will know we love this approach to sales.

BloodShr3d Black Magic Ingredients

Note: The following ingredient doses are for a two-scoop serving. Due to the high-stimulant load, we strongly urge all users to start at one scoop to assess tolerance!

  • BCAAs as Vegan Instaminos (2.5g)

    Olympus Labs BloodShr3d Black Magic Ingredients

    The Olympus Labs BloodShr3d Black Magic Ingredients feature three serious stimulants but no yohimbe!

    Fasted cardio anyone? This is a great way to add some “heft” to the powder so that our scoops are reasonable to manage.

    Olympus Labs went with a 2:1:1 ratio of BCAAs: the “money shot” dose with the most research. This means we’re getting 1.25g of leucine and 625mg of isoleucine and valine per scoop. We’re fans of BCAAs for dieters — especially leucine — and that’s even more important if they’re training towards the end of a fast, are on the edge of getting enough protein, or are keto dieting.

    As for the benefits, BCAAs will help you endure more volume in the gym and help you recover from the volume outside of the gym,[1-2] although the dose is often a bit higher. While BCAAs do have some research supporting the idea that they help lifters burn more fat,[3,4] they do have calories of their own as well (consider them protein if you’re counting like a hawk).

    As you can tell from the name, these are vegan-sourced amino acids. We always feel like our vegan friends get burned by the industry, so we’ll give Olympus Labs more points for this inclusion. The Instaminos moniker is not only a trusted trademark, but refers to how quickly the powder will dissolve in solution. If you’ve ever dealt with clumpy powder or aminos floating up top, you already know this is a huge plus.

    Now that we’ve anti-catabolized, let’s get some fat moving:

  • Acetyl L-Carnitine (1g)

    L-Carnitine Oxidative Metabolism

    L-carnitine’s role in oxidative metabolism

    Acetyl L-Carnitine, or ALCAR, is probably our favorite source of carnitine. L-carnitine is a molecule involved in fatty-acid transport by getting it to the mitochondria, your cell “powerhouses”. Vegetarians, vegans, and older folks may experience fat loss benefits from supplementation since they are deficient, which slows several metabolic processes (if you can’t get the fat to your mitochondria, you’re going to run into problems). Even more vegetarian love and we’re only two ingredients into the formula!

    The additional acetyl group means that ALCAR can cross the blood brain barrier — which allows it to act as a focus-enhancing nootropic.[5] ALCAR is likely included in BloodShr3d to combat “dieting brain” — as ALCAR supplementation may enhance focus, improve memory recall, and provide neuroprotection.[6-8] 1g is right around the dose we look for.

    Additionally, we’re beginning to think that ALCAR is a preferred form for keto dieters (who already have their MCT transporters up-regulated) since that bonus acetyl group may help in the formation of new ketones when the body is beta-oxidizing that fat.

  • Taurine (1g)

    Another PricePlow favorite — taurine is an ingredient pushed to greater popularity in 2018. As covered heavily on this blog, taurine has all sorts of wonderful scientific backing supporting its role as an endurance booster.[9] The best part about it is that the benefits work acutely — one serving of taurine is enough to get your endurance heightened for your gym session. No saturation or build-up needed! Additionally, taurine may help you experience more pumps in the gym…which we’re always in support of.

    1g is the perfect dose — as taurine is a non-dose responsive ingredient. Great inclusion for the aerobic freaks out there. Meanwhile, this is much welcomed as a sulfur-containing molecule for the many of us who are sulfur-deficient.

    Taurine Benefits

    Taurine’s Benefits (endurance-wise) can be seen after a single use!

    So far, we have some relatively “standard” ingredients that make for the bulk of the powder’s weight. But now it’s time to get serious:

  • Sophora Japonica (400mg)

    An ingredient only seen in the original BloodShr3d powder, the Sophora Japonica is present in Black Magic and is likely there for its rutin (rutinoside), which is a non-nutritive citrus flavonoid component of fruits (mainly citrus fruits but also apples). Rutin is a great antioxidant and may be able to act as an anti-inflammatory agent.[10]

    Research shows that Rutin may act beneficially on the mitochondria of muscle — the effects of which may help you burn more fat.[11] Clinical studies on the flavonoid have found that it can have beneficial effects on combating obesity via AMPK activation.[27] Increased AMPK activation stimulates glucose uptake and fat oxidation.

    This is especially synergistic with our fatty acid transport discussion to the mitochondria regarding ALCAR listed above. Rutin may also impart some antidiabetic effects.[11] The research we’ve seen on rutin seems to be limited to rat models for now — which makes us skeptical.

  • KSM-66 Ashwagandha (300mg)

    While the sophora required some deep-digging, we certainly know what this glorious bastard is! And how well it’s placed here, given how much it “smoothes out” the rather aggressive stimulant blend.


    Made by Ixoreal Biomed, KSM-66 is claimed to be the strongest full-spectrum Ashwagandha extract!

    Ashwagandha is one of our favorite adaptogen ingredients. It’s non-stimulatory and is likely thrown into BloodShr3d Black Magic as a cortisol controller for hard dieters. It’s also going to get some credit for the “mood-boosting” claim, as Ashwagandha helps keep cortisol levels (and thus “diet-induced crabbiness”) down.[12] Since cortisol raises as calories go down, and cortisol prevents fat loss, you’ll want all the help you can get in fighting off the stress.[13]

    Meanwhile, caloric-deficit dieting tends to wreck testosterone levels as well, but ashwagandha may help you keep your levels normal as it can act as a minor testosterone booster in low-testosterone individuals.[14] 300mg is right around the perfect dose of this particular extract – any more and the taste gets affected, and we’re not about that.

  • Caffeine Anhydrous (300mg)

    Olympus Labs Elim1nate

    We also recently covered the estrogen-controlling Elim1nate, which has only two ingredients and may stack very well for dieters to keep cortisol even lower!

    Needing no introduction, caffeine is probably the best way to boost your general energy on a diet. While it does certainly wake you up, caffeine also helps increase your metabolic rate throughout the day.[15] It’s also shown to suppress appetite when tolerance is kept at a distance.[16]

    The dose here may be massive for some people, however, and we’re only getting started with the stimulants! For those new to fat burners, you may want to stick to an underwhelming scoop – 150mg or less caffeine.

    So far, we’re finding that 1.5 scoops is a sweet spot with this, which puts you at 225mg caffeine. Your mileage may vary!!

  • Eria Jarensis (250mg)

    Eria Jarensis often goes by another name for which it’s extracted — N-Phenethyldimethylamine, which is an “advanced” form of the trace amine PEA. Eria Jarensis is a feel-good stimulant that will elevate your mood drastically.[17] It functions similarly to standard PEA, but thanks to its two alkyl groups attached to the PEA backbone, it does not get broken down as quickly by the monoamine oxidase (MAO) enzyme.

    Some brands pair it with hordenine to help it last even longer, but Olympus Labs is going in another direction by dosing it heavily and then adding J. Regia – yet another serious stimulant discussed below! So while we have a fast-acting PEA rush, it’s only one of three major stimulants, and the 250mg dose is no joke. Get ready for some Black Magic style zip and pop!

    Compare PEA vs. N-Phenethyldimethylamine below:

    PEA 2D Structure has no receptor protection

    The PEA molecule offers practically no physical protection for the amine (N), so MAO has no problem “cleaving” it into less relevant components. However….

    N-Phenethyldimethylamine 2D Receptor with Protection Highlighted

    N-Phenethyldimethylamine is like a PEA molecule, but with an N,N’ Alkyl section that also prevents MAO from cleaving it… meaning a longer-lasting euphoric ‘buzz’ than regular PEA

  • Raspberry Ketone (250mg)

    We don’t really love raspberry ketone as a fat burning ingredient at PricePlow, but we do enjoy its taste in powdered supplements. While there are some promising investigations that showed fat loss benefits — they were all in rat models but would require monstrous human doses.[18-19]

    So we dug a bit deeper to see if there was something about 250mg that we had missed, and it turns out there was!

    Can 250mg Raspberry Ketone burn fat?

    Raspberry Ketones Fat Loss Thesis Research

    Could we have been too hard on Raspberry Ketones and Dr. Oz in the past? Maybe, but more research is warranted. The red bar took 250mg/day. And if nothing else, it adds to the flavor profile!

    In 2015, a researcher at the Ohio Dominican University working on his honors thesis retrieved twelve healthy athletic men ages 20-22 and told them to maintain their diets and activity as normal. They were divided into three groups: placebo, 125mg/day, and 250mg/day.

    After three weeks, both the low and high groups had decreased body fat percentage (the placebo group gained fat), and the high group achieved statistical significance![28]

    This is obviously a small study in a difficult-to-control situation, but raspberry ketones aren’t going to hurt things. Perhaps there’s hope for these reasonable doses after all. If nothing else, it adds a healthy bit of volume to a difficult-to-measure scooper on top of a unique flavor profile.

    Still, we’re glad the dose doesn’t take up much serving size real estate — as the benefits you may experience will be mild at best. If this were a pill, we’d be disappointed. Since it’s a powder, we’ll gladly take it for the taste and if any bonus fat oxidation mechanisms kick in, then we’ll be happy to have them.

  • Green Coffee Bean Extract (Standardized to 50% Chlorogenic Acids) (250mg)

    BloodShr3d Black Magic

    Key Features of BloodShr3d Black Magic

    Green coffee bean extract comes from raw coffee beans. It’s likely here for your general health, as extracts of green coffee are known for their decent antioxidant content. The main constituent is chlorogenic acid, a phytochemical which imparts fantastic blood pressure, circulation, and blood sugar lowering benefits.

    Green coffee bean extract could be considered more of a “mild” fat burner through its impact on lipolysis and lowering of blood sugar. It’s important to note that its fat loss roles have been debated in the research forever — so expect subtle results from this ingredient.[20-21] But don’t expect the next one to be so mild:

  • J. Regia Extract (133mg)

    Juglans Regia is one of the ingredients that Olympus Labs put on the map. Better known as Persian / English walnut, J. Regia is a walnut tree found in Southwest China and the Himalayas. Julgans regia is loaded with alkaloids — which have been shown to enhance focus and energy.[22] One of these alkaloids is believed to be the 2-amino-5-methylheptane form of “DMHA”, making this the closest ingredient to its predecessor stimulant on the market.


    J. Regia is the stronger, newer form of “DMHA” that Olympus Labs brought to the market

    Expect some real zippyness and euphoria from this ingredient, as it’s one we’ve grown to love. This dose, once again, is of no joke status, and one of the main reasons we’re staying around 1.5 scoops ourselves.

  • Vanillin (100mg)

    Vanillin sounds delicious — and it is! This is an extract from vanilla beans, and is a fairly unique fat burning ingredient. It acts as a transient receptor potential vanilloid subtype-1 (TRPV1) agonist, a receptor that may start fat burning processes in the body when stimulated.[23] Capsaicin, another fat burner (but one that doesn’t taste nearly as good), also acts on the same receptor! Stimulation leads to enhanced body temperature, which may explain the fat loss benefits.[24] Vanillin is also a aromatic and may add to the flavoring, and definitely adds to the smell in other supplements that use it!

  • Pro-GBB (50mg)

    1g of Acetyl L-Carnitine wasn’t enough for you? Good news — GBB, also known as gamma-butyrobetaine ethyl ester, acts as a carnitine precursor. This is why it’s sometimes known as “super carnitine”. Pro-GBB supplementation will significantly increase carnitine plasma levels,[25-26] leading to increased benefits for those needing fat transport help and recovery.

    GBB Carnitine

    The pathway image above is more detailed, but the point is that your body will do its best to maintain hemeostasis and can go in both directions

    Expect it to supercharge the benefits we connected to ALCAR supplementation — such as improved fat loss if deficient in carnitine.

    Note that GBB also makes some users sweat like a pig! While the increase in sweating may not necessarily mean an increase in metabolic rate, it may be connected, and if nothing else, you may lose some water weight! Holding onto water tricks many dieters into thinking they’re not progressing, so stripping the water down will help you look better.

    Also remember that water weight loss is a “fast” benefit of low-carb / keto dieting, since each gram of glycogen requires 4g water, so shedding the sugar will help shed the water, and this may just make that happen faster! More details and research is cited in our gamma butyrobetaine article.


BloodShr3d Black Magic Flavors

The initial three flavors… sucker punch is rumored to be sour!

BloodShr3d Black Magic is offered in three delicious-sounding flavor:

  • Sucker Punch
  • Bombsicle
  • Rainbows ‘n Stuff

Rumor has it that sucker punch is both very sour and sweet, so if you’re into the Warheads kind of candies, you may be in. Otherwise, it’s on to the sweeter flavors for you! Mike’s review will be posted above discussing which flavor he likes best.

So far, bombsicle is fantastic, which definitely reinforces our earlier point about flavored fat burners being a nice treat for dieters. We’re also suckers for candy flavors, so there’s that!

Conclusion: Black Magic Status Achieved

This is a seriously good product, if you can handle the potent stim-trifecta. BloodShr3d includes the fat burners we have really loved over the years, and some new thermogenics that we’re falling in love with too.

Olympus Labs

Olympus Labs is back on PricePlow, and this is the kind of supplement we missed from them!

The inclusion of KSM-66 Ashwagandha is brilliant, because it smoothes out the entire operation and has so far seemed to keep any crash at bay (or, something is, because I haven’t crashed from this at all).

We only have minor complaints with the formulation. The raspberry ketone inclusion could have been dropped for a superior ingredient — perhaps hordenine. If hordenine was included, the PEA vibe would have been greatly enhanced… but we’re not so sure you need that with J. Regia, an ingredient few companies are using. So if it comes down to hordenine or J. Regia, and you’re on the stimulant train, it’s J. Regia all the way.

Get ready to sweat!! Without a doubt, BloodShr3d is a top contender for king of powdered fat burners. The only question is where you’ll land between one and two scoops.

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About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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