What is the best-capsulated pump product? Obviously, we are biased and will surely point you to Glaxon Plasma Caps. But view on and see for yourself if Plasm Caps are for you. In this video, Glaxon C.S.O. Joey Savage talks nitric oxide and breaks down all the ingredients and mechanisms of action within Glaxon Plasm
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WHAT IS IT?
Plasm Caps is a non-stimulant nitric oxide capsule that is designed to improve endurance, blood flow, and overall vasodilation to the extremities. This can also be used as an additive to any stimulant pre-workout to obtain better pumps and blood flow, but differs from Plasm Surge in its ability to produce nitric oxide in a complementary - yet separate mechanism.
WHY WOULD I TAKE IT?
Though Plasm Surge is a fine nitric oxide boosting formula, some people want the pump even more. Plasm Caps provides a comprehensive nitrate-based formula that compliments the pathways utilized in Plasm Surge to bring you even more nitric oxide and even more intense pumps while exercising
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
Plasm Caps facilitates the creation of higher nitric oxide levels - this is accomplished through symbiotic nitrate reductase activity and endogenous antioxidant enzymes that produce nitric oxide from dietary nitrates. For a more comprehensive breakdown see: (link to longer writeup)
HOW MUCH SHOULD I TAKE?
Plasm Caps (5 capsules) are best taken 45-60 minutes prior to exercise. This product has been encapsulated in a direct-release capsule (DRcap), so please allow at least 60 minutes of gastric transit time before expecting increases in NO production.
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