VemoHerb Armageddon 300 g powder

28.90

VemoHerb Armageddon is the ultimate pre-training igniter for every athlete who wants to push their workout performance to the highest possible levels!* Push yourself and your workout to unbelievable limits!
And when you reach that limit, push even further! Extremely potent natural pre-workout supplement!
You really have to try VemoHerb® Armageddon, to truly appreciate how good it is! The words are just useless!

VemoHerb Armageddon 300 g powder

€28.90
This is a wholesale price for a minimum of 75 items carton box mix-and-match.
But you can order as many boxes as you like.
The delivery time is up to 7 business days.
It is paid in advance by Pay Pal on our online shop Healthy Food – https://healthyfood4all.co.uk/.

VemoHerb Armageddon is the ultimate pre-training igniter for every athlete who wants to push their workout performance to the highest possible levels!*
Push yourself and your workout to unbelievable limits!
And when you reach that limit, push even further!

Extremely potent natural pre-workout supplement!
You really have to try VemoHerb® Armageddon, to truly appreciate how good it is! The words are just useless!

When you take VemoHerb® Armageddon something happens! You mix with water…, drink… and 20-30 minutes later… аll you want is to start the workout and crush all your personal records! It will give such a kick-start to your mind-body connection that you will clearly understand the meaning of the phrase “Impossible is Nothing”.

VemoHerb® Armageddon is offered as a box with 24 sachets and as a powder in bulk. Both of our VemoHerb® Armageddon variants are 100% vegan!

How and Why It Works?
Each Dose Contains:
500 mg of genuine Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris extract, standardized to 60% furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin.

4000 mg Citrulline Malate

2000 mg BCAA s (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine)

200 mg Caffeine

300 mg L-Arginine

2000 mg Creatine

300 mg Vitamin C

10 mg Piper Nigrum extract

The pack contains
300 g powder

Active substances in dose
500 mg Tribulus (aerial parts and fruit) Extract (Tribulus terrestris L.) (60% furostanol saponins determined as protodioscin)
4000 mg Citrulline Malate
2000 mg BCAAs (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine)
200 mg Caffeine
300 mg L-Arginine
2000 mg Creatine
300 mg Vitamin C
10 mg Piper Nigrum extract

Recommended daily dose
Take 1/2 to 1 scoop a day

Directions for use
Mix 1/2 to 1 scoop (7.5 g–15 g) in 250 ml of water 20-30 min before workout.

The product is a food supplement not a medical drug. The product is not a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. It is not recommended for pregnant, nursing women and children!

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*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.

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