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BSN NO-Xplode Vaso Jungle Juice -- 48 Servings


BSN NO-Xplode Vaso Jungle Juice
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BSN NO-Xplode Vaso Jungle Juice -- 48 Servings

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BSN NO-Xplode Vaso Jungle Juice Description

  • New Innovation From BSN Delivering The Ultimate Pre-Workout Experience
  • Ultimate Pump Pre-Workout
  • 8G L-Citrulline
  • 3.2G Beta-Alanine 3
  • 300 mg Caffeine

Supports Peak Muscle pumps. Intense Focus. Explosive Energy. Scientifically Engineered to deliver the Ultimate Pump

Each Serving of N.O.-Xplode Vaso Contains 8g of Citrulline and 1g of Creatine Nitrate NO3-T® to supply nitrates for nitric oxide precursors, topped with 25 mg of salaginella, hydrolyzed casein and resveratrol for next level pumps! You also get a 3.2 g of beta alanine for endurance, along with energy and focus from 300 mg of caffeine and 37 mg of Yohimbe.

 

Benefits

» 4 in 1 Ultimate Pump Blend

» What really separates N.O.-Xplode Vaso from the rest is the skin splitting pumps you get
» 8g of Citrulline and 1g of Creatine Nitrate NO3-T® to supply nitrates for nitric oxide precursors,
» Topped with 25 mg of salaginella, hydrolyzed casein and resveratrol for next level pumps!
» You also get a 3.2 g of beta alanine for endurance
» Along with energy and focus from 300 mg of caffeine and 37 mg of Yohimbe

 

• Peak Muscle Pumps

• Intense Focus

• Explosive Energy

• Train Harder, Longer

• Maximum Performance


Directions

Mix 21 grams (about 1 scoop) with 6-8 fl oz cold water and consume 15-30 minutes prior to workout. Shake before use; store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 21 g (About 1 Scoop)
Servings per Container: 48
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories10
Total Carbohydrate2 g1%
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)200 mg222%
Calcium40 mg3%
Sodium15 mg1%
Pump Blend
Micronized L-Citrulline8 g*
Creatine (NO3-T®)1 g*
Hydrolyzed Casein300 mg*
Trans-Resveratrol (resVida®)15 mg*
Endurance/Performance Blend
Beta-Alanine3.2 g*
Creatine3 g*
Energy/Focus Blend
Caffeine Anhydrous300 mg*
Yohimbe Extract (bark)37 mg*
Little Clubmoss (Selaginella tamariscina) (Whole Plant) Extract25 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Natural and artificial flavor, citric acid, malic acid, silicon dioxide, calcium silicate, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, red 40, lecithin.

Contains: Milk and soy.

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