Food supplement AAKG 7500 Extreme Shot
a huge dose of L-arginine
comfort of use
Per portion (1/2 ampoule)
A MEGA DOSE OF 7500 mg OF AAKG IN AN AMPOULE!
A dietary supplement containing a massive and unprecedented dose of 7500 mg of highly-assimilable arginine alpha-ketoglutarate (AAKG), supplementing the diet with L-arginine. The product uses an innovative formula called Liquid Technology that allows for an immediate absorption of active substances in fluid form, without delay that is typical for pills or capsules. And all this in one handy 25ml ampoule that guarantees exceptional comfort of use and allows the product to be used at any time.
L-arginine is a food ingredient from which many important biologically-active substances in the body are made, e.g. nitric oxide (NO).
What are the benefits of AAKG 7500 Extreme Shot™?
AAKG 7500 Extreme Shot™ is characterized by a massive dose of L-arginine in the form of a well-assimilable arginine alpha-ketoglutarate, and the rate of absorption has been additionally increased with the use of the product's fluid technology (Liquid Technology), allowing for an immediate absorption of AAKG into the bloodstream, without the delay typical for pills or capsules.
AAKG 7500 Extreme Shot™ amazes not only with its effectiveness, but also thanks to its great flavoursof grapefruit and cherry.
A handy ampoule ensures maximum comfort of use:
- a form that is easy to consume at any time
- no need to take numerous capsules or tablets
- can be used at any time
- easily carried and transported
Who is AAKG 7500 Extreme Shot™ dedicated to?
The product is intended for recreational and competitive athletes. In particular, it is recommended for those who do not wish to swallow large amounts of capsules or tablets.
Ingredients: water, 30% L-arginine alpha-ketoglutarate (AAKG), acidity regulator - citric acid, sweeteners - sucralose, acesulfame K; preservatives - E202, E211, aromas, colours: mixed carotens, carmine (for cherry, grapefruit flavours).
|Nutrition value||1/2 of ampule (12,5 ml)||1 ampule (25 ml)|
|L-arginine alpha-ketoglutarate (AAKG)||3750 mg||7500 mg|
Drink 1 portion (12,5 ml = 1/2 of the ampoule) once daily before training or before sexual activity. One ampoule contains 2 portions. Once opened, keep refrigerated and consume within 24 hours. Shake before use. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Before use consult your doctor, dietician or sexologist. Keep out of reach of children.
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