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Insane Wake The Dead Smelling Salts

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Insane Wake The Dead Smelling Salts

Smelling Salts, also known as ammonia inhalants are a chemical compound used to arouse consciousness. They're often used by power lifters, strong men, weight lifters and athletes. Insane Labz Wake the Dead Smelling Salts are enhanced with a Spearmint scent. These smelling salts activate the sympathetic nervous system, increase heart rate, blood pressure, and brain activity. 

What Are Insane Labz Wake the Dead Smelling Salts?

Smelling Salts are an ammonia (NH3) gas that irritates the membranes of the nose and lungs and triggers an inhalation reflex which arouses consciousness and makes one more alert. This reflex alters the pattern of breathing and results in an improved respiratory flow rate and increased alertness. Insane Labz smelling salts are unique in that they are infused with Spearmint which makes the ammonia scent a bit more pleasant. 

Why Do Athletes Use Smelling Salts?

Athletes use smelling salts either when they need a burst of energy or alertness, or when they have been dzed or knocked unconscious to restore consciousness and mental alertness. Power lifters often will use them prior to lifting a really heavy weight, and boxers or fighters will often use them when they are dazed. 

Insane Labz Wake The Dead Highlights

  • Great for Power Lifters, Strongmen, Weight Lifters and Athletes
  • Causes Muscles to Work Faster
  • Activates the Sympathetic Nervous System
  • Increases Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, and Brain Activity


Open the bottle and add 1 capful of water to the cotton ball under the lid. Put the top back on and shake well. Open back up and carefully bring salts to nose and take a whiff. Close bottle after you're done using it. 


For external use only. Keep away from eyes. Keep out of reach of children. 


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