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GAT SPORT LIBIDO BOOST POWDER – MALE PERFORMANCE FORMULA FOR ENHANCED VITALITY

GAT Sport Libido Boost is a scientifically designed formula made for men with natural male enhancers to support proper blood flow and sustain healthy libido activity. This blend of ingredients works synergistically to increase stamina and endurance, while boosting male performance at home or in the gym.

 

GAT SPORT LIBIDO BOOST POWDER BENEFITS

  • Healthy libido activity
  • Boosts Nitric Oxide product, supporting blood flow
  • Supports overall endurance & stamina
  • Natural male enhancer

 

How To Take GAT Sport Libido Boost Powder            

Mix one scoop with 8oz glass of water. Adult men take 1-2 servings as needed on a light to empty stomach. Cycle 8 weeks on, 2 weeks off. Do not exceed 2 servings in any 24 hour period.

 

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 6.5g (Approx. 1 Scoop)

Servings Per Container: 30

L-Citrulline 3g

Ashwagandha Root Powder (Withania somnifera)300mg

Eurycoma longifolia Root Extract (Eurycoma longifolia)200mg

Masson Pine Bark Extract (Pinus massoniana) 200mg

Maca Root Powder (Lepidium meyenii) 200mg

L-Tyrosine 200mg

Saw Palmetto Fruit Powder (Serenoa repens/Sabal serrulata) 160mg

Stinging Nettle Root Powder (Urtica dioica) 120mg

Epimedium Herb Powder (Epimedium sagittatum) 50mg

Other Ingredients:Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Pineapple Fruit Powder, Silicon Dioxide, Acesulfame Potassium, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Sucralose, FD&C Red #40

 

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