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Vitamin tablets to relieve fatigue

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Eisai is selling a new brand of fatigue-relieving vitamin tablets. The Chokora BB Royal T falls under the category of non-prescription drugs. Chokora had been available as a bottled energy drink, but the tablet version was created to take on a daily basis for overcoming fatigue.

Suggested retail price is 1,381 yen (56 tablets).

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They'd sell better with a picture of Count Chocola on the box

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and dont forget to watch the Eisei company 'marketing concept', movie.

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i tried this brand one time only. am glad i threw up soon after, no jk. a cup of hot cocoa usu does the trick

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I prefer fatigue as it gives me a reason to drink beer.

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Stirfry Dont you know how the Japanese work in evry place of thier work? they almost run from here and there til the last minute of working hours ...crazy??? i dont know

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Stirfry, Cubicles? No, they all sit at the same huge table facing each other, computer or not. No privacy. I've never seen a cubicle in a Japanese company. That way no one can fall asleep without others noticing, therefore the products to relieve fatigue.

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Anything here is soaked twice in caffeine and nicotine. I recommend staying away from the domestic stuff unless you want to pick up an addiction.

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Hmmm, I guess they're tired because they work overtime

well they're in their little cubicles overtime, i'll agree to that...but hardly working

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Unfortunately Japan's Finance Minister Fujii who resigned due to fatigue was not aware of these tablets (?)!

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Japan selling a product to relieve fatigue? Really? How will I know this one from the dozens of other ones that do the exact same thing? From the pink label?

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Hmmm, I guess they're tired because they work overtime??? I heard this stuff is good for the skin too. I buy their drink from time to time.

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I prefer shouchu to relieve fatigue.

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why are the locals always tired ? suck it up, like everyone else around the world

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I have an awesome new FREE method for beating fatigue. It's called Sleep™.

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Chocola BB tablets ain't new. It sounds like they've just added some royal jelly to these ones.

I'm definitely gonna pick up some of these pills!

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Eat properly, stay positive, rest, and exercise and vitamins are not required. People need to do their own research and not think the word "vitamin" means "better life."

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Here we go: Active Ingredients (per 4 tablet adult daily dose): Riboflavin Sodium Phosphate 15mg (Vitamin B2 sodium phosphate) Pyridoxine Hydrochloric (Vitamin B6) 15mg Thiamine Nitrate (Vitamin B1 nitrate) 10mg Tincture of Royal Jelly 100mg (equivalent to 100mg fresh royal jelly) Taurine 1000mg Nicotinamide 20mg Anhydrous Caffeine 50mg

- Inactive Ingredients: Talc, corn starch, partly pregelatinised starch, titanium oxide, red ferric oxide, magnesium stearate, cellulose, hypromellose, povidone, macrogol, anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate

Too much filler.

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I don't know but most of those energy drinks have in addtion to regular vitamins and ginseng and other herbs, caffeine and nicotine as their active ingredients.

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Methamphetamines, perhaps? Even sugar will give you a short-time pickup. But if the fatigue has some organic (or psychological) cause, a Kit-Kat bar will probably be just as effective.

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Any info on the ingredients?

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