Better Pumps With Citrulline - Kaged Muscle Citrulline 100 Servings Unflavored
Ever heard of citrulline and l-arginine?? This is an important amino acid that is needed to boost your metabolism and your nitric oxide levels for those pumps you want. Boosting your nitric oxide levels can help your body support oxygen in your blood flow and produce those pumps you want. And the best part, this is made with fermented citrulline! Introducing Kaged Muscle Citrulline.
Kaged Muscle Citrulline Benefits
- Boosts Metabolism
- Gives You Pumps
- Increases L-Arginine
- Increases Nitric Oxide
- Promotes Healthy Oxygen Levels in blood flow
- Fermented with Plants
- 100% Pure
- GRAS Approved
What is Kaged Muscle Citrulline?
Kaged Muscle Citrulline is a micropure citrulline supplement that has been fermented with vegetables to produce a better supplement! Take Citrulline to boost your metabolism and to increase NO levels to get those pumps!
How does Citrulline work?
What is Citrulline? Citrulline is an amino acid that your kidney makes! How it works is that L-Citrulline gets converted into L-Arginine AND a nitric oxide booster in the liver! These have effects like boosting your immune system and maintaining healthy hearts.
L-Citrulline is known to act as an antioxidant, detoxifying and blood vessel health! And the best part, Kaged Muscle Citrulline is that it is fermented with 100% pure vegetables! Its made with veggies and not synthetically!
When to take citrulline
We recommend to take 1 scoop in your beverage twice a day.
Kaged Muscle Citrulline Supplement Facts
Warnings & Side Effects
Consult your physician prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing, under 18 years of age, taking medication or have a medical condition. Immediately discontinue use and contact your physician if any adverse reactions occur. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dry place away from excessive heat. Contents may settle during shipping.
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