When you work out you put a lot of stress on your muscles. To withstand that stress, the muscle relies on nutrients in the form of amino acids, nitrogen and ATP. Using a nitric oxide booster opens up the veins to allow for a far more efficient transport system of those nutrients. This gets the nutrients into your muscles faster to allow you to train harder. It also gives you a fantastic muscle pump during and after your workout.
Pure Muscle X is a Nitric Oxide booster that promise to deliver results faster and more naturally. Let’s check it out.
What is Pure Muscle X Free Trial
Pure Muscle X is a vasodilator, meaning that it acts to widen the veins to allow more blood and nutrients to travel through them. It does this by stimulating the body’s production of nitric oxide. This is completely different to nitrous oxide, which we know as laughing gas. Yet, the manufacturer makes the primary school error of mixing up the names on the product label!
Pure Muscle does not contain any artificial ingredients or stimulants. In fact, it has just two key ingredients, both of the amino acids – glutamine and arginine.
What are the Ingredients?
Glutamine and arginine are the main ingredients in Pure Muscle X. While these are vital amino acids in the muscle building process, and have been shown to assist in boosting nitric oxide levels, there is very little evidence that, by themselves, they will significantly raise your levels of N.O. They certainly have not been proven to ‘ reorient the foods you eat from fat storage to muscle mass’ as the promotional material for this product claims.
The promotional material that accompanies this product, which includes the website, do not provde any references to clinical studies that back up the claims made about their product. They do not even link to any studies about the benefits of glutamine and arginine for nitric oxide boosting, which they easily could have done.
The manufacturers have chosen to disclose no information about the ingredients of this product apart from the fact that it contains some glutamine and arginine. In the absence of disclosure about the exact dosage used ofe ach amino it is impossible to tell whether they are provided in sufficient quantity to have any effect or not.
We can deduce from the size of the capsules that Pure Muscle X comes in that we are probably not going to get enough of the required aminos to have an effect. Both glutamine and arginine requires about 5 grams per day to have any muscle building effect. Yet, the size of the capsule clearly shows that that is not the case here.
The product label does not even provide any information about the required daily dosage of this product.
How Much Does It Cost?
Pure Muscle X uses the classic ‘free trial offer’ bait in order to fleece its customers through their credit card. You sign up for a heavily discounted trial bottle at $7.95, which is charged to your credit card. Two weeks later, you’ll see a further $89.95 disappear from your card. What’s more, every month for the next year, they will take out $89.95 plus the original $7.95. For that you will get one bottle of Muscle X sent to you every month.
If you wish to cancel your membership, you need to contact the manufacturers, who are listed as . . .
3500 Fulton Street Suite 11
San Francisco, CA 94118
Their worldwide phone number is given as IZEF LLC.
You can also contact them on their website at firstname.lastname@example.org
It should be noted that this company has a history of online scams, with a whole page being devoted to them on the ASA website.
Pure Muscle X is a not a product that we would endorse. They do not divulge their ingredient dosages and have a history of dubious practices. Be very wary of handing them over any of your credit card details.