CENTURION LABZ GOD OF RAGE UNCHAINED 25 SERVINGS
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Introducing Centurion Labz God of Rage Unchained, a top-tier pre-workout supplement now available at our store, specifically designed for those ready to elevate their training sessions. With a substantial offering of 25 servings per container, this product is expertly formulated to deliver intense energy, razor-sharp focus, and unmatched endurance.
God of Rage Unchained brings together a potent blend of ingredients, including N-phenethyl dimethylamine citrate for enhanced mood and concentration, Mucuna pruriens for its neuroprotective properties, and Infinergy (Di-Caffeine Malate) for a smooth and sustained energy release. Each component has been carefully selected to synergistically work together, ensuring that you get the most out of every workout.
Our store strives to provide only the best for our customers, and God of Rage Unchained is no exception.
Whether you are a dedicated athlete or just beginning your fitness journey, this pre-workout supports and propels you toward achieving your fitness goals. Leap and experience the difference with God of Rage Unchained, available now for those ready to conquer their workouts and push beyond their limits.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin): An essential nutrient for maintaining good cardiovascular health, supporting brain function, and aiding energy production. It can also improve skin health and reduce LDL cholesterol levels.
Vitamin B12: Crucial for producing red blood cells, supporting brain health, and aiding in DNA synthesis. Vitamin B12 is also essential for energy production and maintaining proper nerve function.
Vitamin C: A powerful antioxidant that supports the immune system, helps absorb iron from plant-based foods, promotes healthy skin, and aids in wound healing.
L-citrulline malate 2:1: A non-essential amino acid that boosts nitric oxide production, enhancing blood flow and potentially improving exercise performance. It may also help reduce muscle soreness after exercise.
Beta Alanine: An amino acid that helps produce carnosine, reducing muscle acid buildup during exercise. This can lead to improved athletic performance and reduced muscle fatigue.
Glycerol Monostearate: Often used as a hydrating agent in sports supplements, it may help enhance endurance and improve hydration status during prolonged exercise.
DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol): Believed to have cognitive-enhancing properties, it may help improve memory, mood, and brain function. However, more research is needed to understand its effects fully.
Choline Bitartrate: An essential nutrient that supports brain health, improves cognitive function, and plays a role in liver function.
Caffeine Anhydrous: A concentrated form of caffeine known for its ability to enhance alertness, focus, and exercise performance.
Theobromine: Found in cocoa, it’s a mild stimulant and diuretic. It also has mood-enhancing properties and may help improve circulation.
N-phenethyl dimethylamine citrate (Eria Jarensis Extract) This novel stimulant is gaining popularity in pre-workout and fat-burning supplements, primarily for its potential mood-boosting and focus-enhancing properties. It acts by increasing levels of dopamine and noradrenaline in the brain, neurotransmitters that play a crucial role in alertness, motivation, and overall mood. Users may experience heightened concentration, improved mood, and increased well-being. However, these benefits come with potential risks. Due to its stimulant nature, N-phenethyl dimethylamine may cause side effects such as increased heart rate, blood pressure, anxiety, or jitteriness, especially in sensitive individuals or at high dosages. Additionally, the long-term safety of this compound has yet to be thoroughly studied, and its status in the supplement industry is contentious due to structural similarities to other compounds considered drugs rather than dietary supplements.
Mucuna pruriens (Velvet Bean) This natural source of L-Dopa, a precursor to dopamine, has a long history in Ayurvedic medicine, traditionally used to enhance mood and combat nervous system disorders. Modern research supports its potential neuroprotective properties and its role in supporting brain health. When supplemented, Mucuna pruriens may improve mood, provide a sense of well-being, and increase motivation. However, while it allows for L-Dopa, the effects may not be as direct or potent as pharmaceutical forms used in treating conditions like Parkinson’s disease. High doses or long-term use should be approached cautiously, and medical supervision is advised to avoid possible side effects such as nausea, abdominal bloating, and insomnia.
Infinergy (Di-Caffeine Malate) This innovative form of caffeine combines caffeine and malic acid, intends a sustained release of energy, reduces the typical ‘crash’ associated with caffeine consumption, and provides a gentler impact on the stomach. Users can expect enhanced alertness, improved concentration, and increased physical performance, which are hallmark benefits of caffeine. However, Infinergy aims to offer these benefits while mitigating potential side effects like jitteriness, anxiety and disrupted sleep, especially common in sensitive individuals or at higher dosages.
Synephrine HCL: A stimulant that can increase metabolism and energy expenditure, potentially aiding in weight loss. However, it can have significant side effects, especially when taken in high doses or combined with other stimulants.
Astragin: A proprietary blend of plant extracts that may enhance nutrient absorption and improve gut health.
Yohimbine HCL: Often used for weight loss, it can increase fat burning but has potential side effects such as increased heart rate and blood pressure.
Alpha Yohimbine: Similar to Yohimbine but believed to have fewer side effects. It is used for fat-burning and enhancing athletic performance.
Huperzine A: A cognitive enhancer that increases levels of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter essential for memory and learning.
Combine one scoop with 10-12 oz of water, drink pre-training