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CHEMIX- NATABOLIC TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER (FORMULATED BY THE GUERRILLA CHEMIST)

The Guerrilla Chemist Has Spent Countless Hours Formulating The PERFECT Blend Of Ingredients To Help Support Natural Testosterone Production And A Great Way To Keep Support Estrogen Balance.

Our New Anabolic Formulation Natabolic Contains Natural Phytoandrogens To Help Build Muscle Faster And Easier Than Ever Before. Natabolic Contains Premium Ingredients Like Byroviron, KSM-66, Laxogenin, Boron, And Arimistane That Not Only Aid In Boosting Testosterone But Also Help Support Estrogen Balance To Give You A Harder And Drier Look Overall.

HOW DOES CHEMIX NATABOLIC WORK?
NATABOLIC is THE strongest natural anabolic and testosterone-boosting product on the market. Period. Loaded with 9 extremely potent and unique ingredients, NATABOLIC is designed to help elevate you to an extreme anabolic state to build muscle, burn fat and support estrogen balance.

TESTOSTERONE BOOSTING INGREDIENTS:

ByroViron: the trademarked version of Bryonia lacinosa extract is an extremely potent, all-natural herb that has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine. NATABOLIC contains a whopping 1000mg of Byroviron per serving.

Nigella Sativa Seeds: Nigella sativa has also been used Ayurvedic

KSM-66 Ashwagandha (5% withanolides): KSM-66 is the trademarked version of the adaptogenic compound ashwagandha. Ashwagandha is an Ayurvedic herb that has been used for over 3,000 years to support male health. KSM-66 is the only ashwagandha on the market that uses the exact ratios of withanolides naturally found in the root.

Boron (as Boron Citrate): Boron is a micronutrient that plays an important role in many
metabolic processes, one of them being beneficial to the body’s use of sex hormones.

NATURAL ANABOLIC INGREDIENTS:

Korean Mistletoe Extract: Korean Mistletoe extract has been used in traditional Eastern
medicine for thousands of years.

Eucommia ulmoides bark: Eucommia ulmoides is a plant that contains isoflavinoids called phytoandrogens.

Eriobotrya Japonica(Loquat) Extract: Eriobotrya japonica is a natural anabolic/anti-catabolic botanical that allows you to stay in a constant state of muscle anabolism!

5-alpha-hydroxy-Laxogenin: 5-alpha-hydorxy-laxogenin is a plant sterol. This product contains 100mg of 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin!

3,5-androstadien-7,17,dione: I wish this had a shorter name, but this 7-keto metabolite of DHEA compound is a natural estrogen support ingredient.

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