Pandamic Pre Workout
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PANDAMIC is an extreme pre-workout strain that is strong enough to carry you through any pandemic, helping you rediscover the kick@$$ person you once were! You’re welcome.
Panda Supps Pandamic Highlights
Explosive Focus with 400mg of Alpha GPC
Infectious Pump with 6g of L-Citrulline
Contagious Energy with 350mg of Caffeine
Nuclear Fusion with 50mg of Astragin
Pandamic Extreme Pre-Workout Ingredients
L-Citrulline: Amino acids such as L-citrulline are found in foods. L-citrulline does not have a role in protein synthesis, unlike some amino acids. The compound is found in watermelons. Citrulline derives from Citrullus, the Latin word for watermelon. The body can also make citrulline.
L-citrulline is used to treat heart failure and to improve athletic performance.
Foods such as watermelon contain the amino acid L-citrulline, which is found naturally in some foods. The human body also produces it naturally. The body converts L-citrulline into another amino acid called L-arginine as well as to a chemical called nitric oxide.
Beta-Alanine: Sports performance and endurance can be improved with beta-alanine.
Betaine Anhydrous: The body naturally produces betaine anhydrous. Foods like beets, spinach, cereals, seafood, and wine contain this nutrient as well.
L-Tyrosine: As an amino acid, tyrosine is a good choice. A protein’s building blocks are amino acids. Tyrosine is made by the body from phenylalanine, another amino acid. Milk, meat, fish, eggs, nuts, beans, oats, and wheat are all sources of tyrosine.
Alpha GPC: is a chemical made in the body. Which will help deliver some super focus.
L-Theanine: Tea contains theanine, an amino acid. Some mushrooms also contain it. L-theanine and D-theanine are both forms of theanine. The most common form of theanine is L-theanine found in tea and supplements.
Mental function can be improved with L-theanine. It is also used to manage stress, anxiety, mental impairment, and other conditions. Theanine is chemically similar to glutamate, an amino acid in the body that helps transmit nerve impulses in the brain. Some of theanine’s effects are similar to those of glutamate, and some seem to block glutamate.
Dendrobium: As they contain tonic, astringent, analgesic, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory substances, they are traditionally used as medicinal herbs for treating a variety of diseases, such as nourishing the stomach, boosting body fluid production, and nourishing Yin.
Himalayan Pink Salt: While Himalayan pink salt may contain minerals that table salt does not, these minerals exist only in very small amounts. Himalayan pink salt does not seem to offer enough additional minerals to significantly change your diet, according to scientists.
Nevertheless, Himalayan pink salt has many of the same benefits as regular salt because of its chemical composition.
AstraGin®: In addition to increasing absorption of many vital nutrients, AstraGin® also promotes a healthy gut environment. Nutrient uptake increased. AstraGin® has been shown to enhance absorption of many nutrients, including amino acids, omega-3 fatty acids, creatine, and even CBD.
Higenamine HCL: Higenamine is found in several plants including aconite, asarum, lotus, Lamarck’s bedstraw, sacred bamboo, and others. Higenamine is said to improve athletic performance.
Synephrine HCL: The bitter orange tree is native to Asia. To make medicine, the peel, leaves, flowers, fruits, and juice of the fruit are all used. The peel and/or flower of bitter oranges are used to make the oil.
Although there is no good scientific evidence to support bitter orange’s use for obesity, athletic performance, indigestion (dyspepsia), and numerous other conditions, its use is common among many people.
N-Methyltyramine: There is little scientific evidence to support the use of N-methyltyramine as a weight loss medicine or as a performance enhancer.
Theophylline: Coffee metabolites theophylline and theophyllineol have powerful stimulant properties. The CNS and cardiopulmonary systems are especially stimulated by this chemical cousin to caffeine.