Our answers to the stuff we get asked most often.

How much caffeine is there?

Depending on the type of coffee you've been drinking, RISE has about 1/3 to 1/7 the caffeine. Yes, that's a lot less. No, you won't feel 1/7 the energy. We added cacao, cordyceps, and energy-boosting adaptogens to guarantee it.

How soon will I feel effects?

If we're talking a boost in energy - immediately! RISE works just like your coffee. As for long term benefits, you'll feel effects in the first few days that become even stronger over time. This routine pays off!

How can I preorder?

Add your email to the VIP waitlist. You'll get the first notification when our limited run goes live. Then it's off to the races (you'll be faster when you're fueled by RISE).

Are the ingredients safe?

More than safe. We use stricter-than-regulation testing which means lab tests on every single batch of every ingredient. You're getting the absolute highest quality, potency, and purity, available. Not to mention we use mushroom extracts (while other brands cut corners with whole mushrooms).

What will the mushrooms do?

Not what you're thinking. These aren't psychedelics. They're top of the line functional mushroom extracts that benefit the brain and body. They're exclusively meant for health, not a trip. Trip on your own time (legally).

Is RISE vegan? Gluten-free?

Take a look at this list: vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, keto, kosher, and multiple fair-trade certifications within our range of ingredients! Last but not least, we use certified organic ingredients. We tried to get RISE even more certifications... and we couldn't.

Where is RISE made?

Right here in the USA! We're based in New York and Los Angeles (welcome to the new normal) but we make every bag in Los Angeles.

Is RISE safe for sports?

Yes! Our team includes athletes who have competed at the highest levels, so we would never create a product that wouldn't work for them.

Can I drink it with coffee?

Do your thing. We recommend using RISE as an alternative to coffee (or that second cup) but if you can't kick the habit, you could add a half-scoop to your morning joe.