Sensoril Ashwagandha uses extracts from both the leaf and roots of the ashwagandha herb, while KSM-66 takes the more traditional route and comprises only the root extract. As a result, KSM-66 offers the highest concentration full spectrum extract. As a root extract, KSM-66 Ashwagandha is virtually non-toxic. Read More

Magnesium supplements can interact with several drugs. Taking magnesium too close to a dose of some antibiotics, including ciprofloxacin and moxifloxacin, may interfere with how the body absorbs the medicine. Similarly, magnesium can interfere with some osteoporosis drugs if the doses are taken too close together. Rab. I 29, 1435 AH Read More

Drowsiness. One reason many people choose to supplement with magnesium is because some forms of this mineral help to promote sleep. This is why magnesium glycinate is present in several supplements and helps act as a rejuvenating sleep aid designed to help you fall asleep and achieve high-quality restfulness. Rab. I 13, 1441 AH Read More

Huperzine A is not prohibited for use by DoD members, and it will not cause a positive result on a routine military drug test. However, given the limited evidence of its safety, we advise caution with products that contain this ingredient. Consuming such ingredients could put your health, career, or both at risk. Read More

Recently, sesame oil and its lignan sesamol have been proved to be potent anti-inflammatory agents. They have an excellent protective effect against endotoxin-associated inflammatory damage because they inhibit the release of inflammatory mediators. Read More

Oral PC may cause excessive sweating, and taking more than 30 grams daily may cause: diarrhea. nausea. vomiting. Read More

Citicoline increases norepinephrine in the cerebral cortex and hypothalamus as well as dopamine in the corpus striatum. Additionally, it has been shown to increase serotonin in the cerebral cortex, striatum, and hypothalamus, as well as acetylcholine in the hippocampus and neocortex (5, 14, 15). Sha. 22, 1435 AH Read More

Agmatine is a chemical found in bacteria, plants, and animals, including humans. It is made from the amino acid known as arginine. Agmatine is commonly used by mouth for depression, nerve pain, improving athletic performance, and many more conditions. Read More

It was not banned for safety reasons, rather some odd EU rule that since it was not sold before 1997, it now needs to go through an approval process, that someone would have to pay for, before it can continue to be sold. Agmatine is not such an effective body building supplement to warrant anyone investing much in it. Dhuʻl-H. 5, 1438 AH Read More

At a single scoop, nitric oxide isn't enough oomph. At 2 scoops, it's good. 5 days a week will last you about a month. Clean product with no pre-workout crash from stims. Read More

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