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HemodrauliX Pump Powder - 30 Servings


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Nitric oxide






skin Bursting Pumps

Up-Regulate NOS

Mix with Your Pre-Workout

Free of Artificial Dyes



You may already know that Arginine is a precursor to Nitric Oxide (NO). What you may not know is NO is a byproduct of arginine being broken down by an enzyme called Nitric Oxide Synthase (NOS).

n the past, NO supplements were designed to flood your body with mass amounts of Arginine. However, until now, there were not enough cofactors in your system (such as NOS) to meet this enormous supply of Arginine, thereby leading to small pumps or not pumps at all. Because NOS is made by the body naturally, you only a finite supply. Consequently, no matter how much Arginine you have flooded your system with, your NO will only be as good as the amount of NOS you have to break it down. HemodrauliX contains the breakthrough ingredient to support the key enzyme, NOS. The result: Ridiculous Pumps! Excited yet? “How in the heck to did you do this?”, you might ask.

The answer is the addition Polyphenols. You may have seen polyphenols in other products because they have so many benefits. But you have never seen them used this way before. The polyphenols in HemodrualiX upregulate the NOS enzyme (make more) to help break down the 6.5 grams of nitric oxide perpetuators in each serving of HemodrauliX to give you a pump like you’ve never experienced before.

HemodrauliX is so powerful that we only suggest taking it once a day and no more than four-to-five times a week. This helps preserves your NOS levels so you have skin bursting pumps every time you take it. The intense effects of Hemodraulix may even be felt for days after use.

Snag your supply today! Available in delicious flavors and a Neutral Mixer; perfect for stirring in your favorite pre-workout.

How nitric oxide is made:

More Arginine = More nitric oxide

More arginine & NOS = max nitric oxide

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