Is Rabbit Habbit an Energy Drink?
Rabbit Habbit Aphrodisiac Nectar is NOT an energy drink! It is a functional supplement used for mood enhancement. How does it enhance your mood you ask? It’s made with six natural Aphrodisiac’s.
Does it contain caffeine?
Yes. There are approximately 40 milligrams of caffeine, less then a diet soda.
Is there a sugar free version?
There is a sugar free version that will be available soon.
Will this make me horny?
Rabbit Habbit is not Viagra in a can. Although the aphrodisiacs have been known to enhance sexual pleasure, Rabbit Habbit is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. And don’t worry, you won’t be uncontrollably humping random objects after drinking Rabbit Habbit.
What is horny goat weed?
Horny Goat Weed, or Epimedium, is a species of herbaceous flowering plant. According to legend, this property was discovered by a Chinese goat herder who noticed sexual activity in his flock after they ate the weed. So be sure to steer clear of any goats who may have recently imbibed Rabbit Habbit.
Is it natural?
We used a preservative to maintain flavor, but the Aphrodisiacs are naturally found.
Where can I buy it?
Rabbit Habbit is available at bars and nightclubs in Miami, New York and Puerto Rico. If you prefer privacy, you can have it delivered to your door — you baller.
Does Rabbit Habbit contain alcohol?
Rabbit Habbit does not contain alcohol. It can be enjoyed as a stand alone, or mixed with your beverage of choice.
Is Rabbit Habbit safe?
Yes. While Rabbit Habbit is not meant to be consumed in large quantities – one or two cans is usually enough to elevate your mood – we created it to be safe even if you drink more of it. When it comes to vitamins, too much of a good thing is not always good for you, so we don’t recommend more than four cans of Rabbit Habbit in a 24-hour period. Don’t take Rabbit Habbit if you’re allergic to any B vitamins, are pregnant or nursing, have kidney failure, a heart block, or have had an ileostomy, are allergic to Vitamin C, have Leber’s disease, kidney problems, cirrhosis of the liver or Reye’s syndrome.