Rave Juice. The Beverage To Drink After You've Taken Ecstasy Sounds Like A Porno Title.

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Rave Juice? Really? Even if it were the greatest tasting thing in the world, I don't want to hold Rave Juice in my hand. Yea, you know it’s a drink now, but could you tell a difference between Saturday Night Beaver, How Stella Got Her Tube Packed, Rave Juice and School Of Cock? I looked it up online, those are all actual titles, but 1 of them.

Not even if one of those "booth babes" (aka pretty girls used as decoration to push products) tried to hand me a free can of Rave Juice would I take advantage of the offer. And I’m pretty cheap—really who doesn't appreciate a nice free beverage when you’re parched.

It’s also hard to get over the fact that they state that this drink is "the most comprehensive recovery solution out there" not to mention their 110% guarantee.

The ingredient they’re pushing is 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan), a "building block" of Serotonin. Some in the EDM community believe taking 5-HTP helps reduce the negative side effects of Ecstasy. Of course there's no statistical evidence to support or dismiss these claims. 5-HTP is an over-the-counter dietary supplement. But here were are today with a can of carbonated stuff called Rave Juice being marketed to kids as a recovery tool from a night of taking Ecstasy. Awesome.