Symbiotropin features key amino-acids and is advertised to assist with repairing and growing muscle and improving body composition. According to its manufacturer, Nutraceutics, the formula will also provide support for the endocrine system and will improve the quality of life overall.
Nutraceutics has been on the market of dietary supplements for more than 50 years and is dedicated to formulating the highest quality nutritional supplements based on the latest scientific research. All company products are manufactured to precise pharmaceutical-grade specifications. The company’s products include a variety of effervescent formulas, teas, tablets and capsules designed to target specific health areas or conditions.
Symbiotropin is designed for adults who need support during workout sessions or for athletes who wish to achieve muscle growth or repair.
Symbiotropin includes the following ingredients: L-Glutamine, L-Arginine L-pyroglutamate, L-Lysine hydrochlorine, Anterior pituitary powder (porcine), Glycine, Gamma Aminobutyric Acid, Stevia extract (leaf), Citric acid, natural and artificial flavors, Magnesium Oxide, and docusate sodium.
Symbiotropin is a blend of vitamins, amino-acids, herbs and other nutrients designed to support memory, focus and overall brain function.
Gamma Amino Butyric Acid or GABA is an amino acid which also acts as the most important inhibitor neurotransmitter in the brain. Its benefits hence widely extend on the central nervous system, where it acts as a calming agent and relieves depression, anxiety, ADHD or epilepsy. However, GABA is also important in regulating muscle tone. The effect of GABA as a body building supplement is still not clear; however there are theories which claim that GABA stimulates synthesis of the Growth Hormone. Although GABA is considered generally safe, high doses may cause some side-effects such as anxiety, shortness of breath or tingling in the extremities. A daily dosage of GABA has not been established; however 1-2 g per day is the most common dosage.
Amino acids are essential body chemicals for a large number of functions and systems. Some may be manufactured by the body (non-essential amino acids), while some have to be taken from food (essential amino acids). There are 20 amino acids of which 9 are essential. For instance Lysine an essential amino acids also contained by Symbiotropin is a component of muscle protein. The amino acid plays a major role in calcium absorption, building muscle protein, recovering from sports injuries and helps regulate the body’s production of hormones, enzymes and antibodies. It is also an anxiolytic, die to its effect on Serotonin receptors.
Symbiotropin has generally received good reviews with consumers mentioning increased energy and greater sleep quality after use. The manufacturer recommends taking 2 effervescent sachets daily, in cycles.
- The product has received positive reviews from consumers
- The effervescent packs are easy to administrate (as they dissolve in water)
- Pleasant berry flavor
- Extremely expensive product (a 20 days’ supply may cost up to $98)
- Potential side effects associated to the main ingredients
- Artificial flavors contained
Symbiotropin is promoted as an amino-acid mix designed to support muscle growth and repair during workouts. Consumers who report taking it generally claim the formula helped them get better sleep, muscle mass growth and more energy. There are some however who complain about the high price of the formulation and the fact that the product failed to deliver on the benefits claimed.
Some ingredients are known to cause side effects, although most are considered generally safe. We, hence, have reasons to believe the formula will accomplish its purpose for some consumers. Similar to most muscle mass growth products, this too works best when administered in cycles. We hence advise you carefully read the label before using the formula.
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