Purus Labs L-Carnitine
This L-Carnitine supplement is part of the Purus Labs Foundation Series of supplements. Why? Due to this ingredient having a ton of research and studies behind it, the economical price tag and the ability for it to be easily stacked with anything else from the Purus Labs line of supplements.
Why Take L-Carnitine?
L-Carnitine is a very popular amino acid that is partly responsible for using fatty acids for fuel for your body. Why is this so important to you? This process can help improve endurance and performance in for athletes and anyone into exercising. But it doesn’t stop there with L-Carnitine. In other studies it has been shown to help increase blood flow, remove toxins and help prevent muscle breakdown and improve recovery times. These are all positive benefits anyone into fitness and working out should be interested in!
Benefits & Results
- Help increase blood flow
- Removes toxins from the body
- Helps prevent muscle breakdown
- Improves recovery times
Because this product doesn’t have stimulants and non-hormonal, it can be stacked with anything in the Purus Labs line of supplements.
Directions & Dosage
Purus Labs recommends that you take 1 serving of L-Carnitine upon waking up in the morning and another serving about 8 hours later or pre-workout. This can be taken by both men and women.
Supplement Facts & ingredients
Serving Size: 4 Veggie Caps
Servings Per Container: 25
Amount Per Serving
L-Carnitine L-Tartrate 2 Grams
Warnings & Side Effects
Consult A Licensed Healthcare Practitioner Before Use. Do Not Use If You Are Currently Pregnant Or Nursing, Have Had Or Have A Family History Of Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Stroke Or Any Other Disease, Or Using An MAOI, Prescription Drug, Or Over-The-Counter Drug. Discontinue Use Immediately If You Experience Any Adverse Reactions. Store In A Cool, Dry Area Away From Direct Sunlight. Keep Out Of Reach Of Children.
Warning Concerning California Residents:
This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or reproductive harm.