Sci-Muscle, Intensive Muscular Development
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D-Aspartic acid (DAA) is a non-essential amino acid that, when supplemented with in appropriate dosages, has been demonstrated to boost testosterone levels. DAA works by stimulating the activity of NMDA receptors, which in turn leads to the production of a cascade of hormones that ultimately signal the body to initiate the process of steroidogenesis-the natural process of producing more testosterone. Creatine increases testosterone levels, while also converting it into a more bio-available form called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which has roughly 3-10 times the potency of testosterone. ZMA® is a scientifically designed anabolic mineral formula that may significantly increase anabolic hormone levels and muscle strength in trained athletes. By building this new formula around cutting-edge ingredients like D-Aspartic acid (DAA), Creatine and ZMA®, SCI-MUSCLE NUTRITION® is hoping to get consumers to expect more performance out of their testosterone support supplement and see the difference this novel formula can make.

teso rage supplement facts

D-Aspartic Acid (D-AA), Creatine Monohydrate, ZMA® (Trimagnesium Citrate, Zinc Citrate, Vitamin B6 as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride).

Produced in an environment that produces Milk, Egg, Soy, Wheat, Peanuts and Nuts.

Mix 5g (approximately 1/2 scoop) with 100ml of water 1-2 times per day. No loading phase needed.

Do not exceed the Recommended Daily Allowance. Do not use if you are under 18 years of age, pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician before use if you have a medical condition or are taking any prescription drugs. Do not exceed recommended dosage.

This product is not intended to diagnose,treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Do not exceed recommended daily dosage.


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