Food supplement ARGI POWER Mega Caps
1500 mg of the highest-quality pharmaceutically pure L-arginine HCl
a valuable additive to creatine stacks, creatine and its advanced forms One cap contains: L-arginine HCL 1500 mg
Per portion(1 capsule)
Feel the MEGA dose!
ARGI POWER™ 1500 MEGA CAPS® MEGA CAPSULES® contains 1500 mg of highest-quality pharmaceutical L-arginine HCL in 1 capsule!!!
How does L-arginine HCL work and what is its purpose?
L-arginine is a food ingredient that participates in the formation of many important biologically active substances in the body, e.g. nitric oxide (NO). Moreover, arginine acts as a provider of the formamidine group in the biosynthesis of creatine.
Argi Power™ Mega Caps®/Mega Capsules® works great as an independent supplement, as well as a valuable addition to OLIMP creatine stacks: Creatine Xplode™, Creatine Strong Matrix 7®, creatine and its advances forms by OLIMP: CREATINE MAGNA POWER, TCM Mega Caps®/Mega Capsules®, KRE-ALKALYN 2500 Mega Caps®/Mega Capsules®, CREATINE MONOHYDRATE 1250 Mega Caps®/Mega Capsules®, CREATINE POWDER.
MEGA CAPS®/MEGA CAPSULES® IS AN INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY OF OLIMP LABS. WE WERE FIRST!
“MEGA CAPS” and “MEGA CAPSULES”are trademarks registered for the first time for the benefit of Olimp Laboratories in the Polish Patent Office, respectively from 2004 and 2006. Additionally, the work mark „MEGA CAPS” was submitted for international procedure in 26 countries all over the world, and has so far been registered in 17 countries. Also the word marks and and figurative marks MEGA CAPS®/MEGA CAPSULES® have been submitted for international registration in many countries, also outside Europe.
OLIMP MEGA CAPS®/MEGA CAPSULES® - THE FIRST, THE ORIGINAL, THE ONLY ONE!
Ingredients: 89,8% L-arginine hydrochloride, anti-caking agent – magnesium salts of fatty acids, capsule (gelatin, colour: E 171).
|Nutrition information||1 capsule||4 capsules||per 100 g|
|L-arginine HCl||1500 mg||6000 mg||89,8 g|
Recommended use: 1 capsule daily before training or before sexual activity, drinking with large amount of water. Before use consult your doctor, dietician or sexuologist. Not suitable for children and young persons.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended. Keep out of reach of children.
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