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Iron Muscle Nutrition Bloodgasm Nitric Oxide Booster delivers a skin splitting pump, taking your workouts to the next level. Boost blood flow & nitric oxide production with this potent product.
Citrulline Malate - helps relax and widen your blood vessels, increasing blood flow and nitric oxide production.
Arginine Silicate - when consumed, is converted to nitric oxide in the body. This improves blood flow and aids in the delivery of vital nutrients to muscles. In addition, L-arginine is believed to increase growth hormone levels in the blood. It is thought to hold anti-oxidant properties and boost immune system functioning.
Astragin - a natural, plant-based proprietary compound that helps increase absorption of essential nutrients, while promoting a healthy gut. Astragin also improves the absorption of crucial amino acids, boosting nitric oxide levels. All this results in an heightened physical performance, better pumps, and better nutrient transportation. Finally, this compound helps glucose absorption, allowing you to maintain high energy levels.
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As a dietary supplement, take one level scoop 60 minutes prior to workout with 8-10 ounces of cold water. Do not exceed two scoops in 24 hour period.
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
Servings Per Container: 20
Cirulline Malate 8,000mg
Arginine Silicate 1,500mg
Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin, Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Sucralose
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