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VemoHerb Muscle Kick is designed to provide insane muscle pumps, intensity and performance!*
Tunes up muscles and promotes fast muscle growth and strength*
Supports protein synthesis*
Naturally enhances Nitric Oxide production*

VemoHerb® Muscle Kick contains dry extracts from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris, Leuzea carthamoides, Ginkgo biloba, Piper Nigrum and L-Arginine

Significantly increases muscle growth, size, strength and power.*

  • Tunes up muscles and promotes fast muscle growth and strength*
  • Supports protein synthesis*
  • Naturally enhances Nitric Oxide production*
  • Positively influences the release of growth hormone*
  • Supports the natural production of hormones*
  • Promotes muscle gain and building of quality muscle mass*
  • Increases energy during daily trainings*
  • Supports fat loss while building muscles*
  • Helps the body rid itself of toxins accumulated during physical overwork*
  • Influences positively the endurance, reflexes, focus and physical conditions of athletes*
  • Helps the body adapt to daily extremes or stress*
  • Naturally supports the muscle growth*
  • Supports the normal function of immune system*
  • Positively influences the normal function of the central nervous system in the period of recovery after physical exhaustion from exercise*
  • Helps with the body’s abilities and endurance in cases of physical and mental overwork*

VemoHerb® Muscle Kick is designed to provide insane muscle pumps, intensity and performance.*

We can proudly say that the high quality, proprietary ingredients present in this unique product, together with the perfect match of the formula, guarantee the ultimate experience and results of our customers. This positions VemoHerb® Muscle Kick as a choice No 1, outperforming any similar product. Our long-lasting experience, combined with almost 2 years spent in developing this unique product, make the balanced synergistic effect of this formula the perfect option for every ultimate sports performance goal.

How and Why It Works?

VemoHerb® Muscle Kick is a dietary supplement based on four high quality concentrated extracts – dry extract from the plant Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris, dry extract from Leuzea carthamoides, dry extract from Ginkgo biloba, dry extract from Piper nigrum and L-arginine.

Dry extract from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris

The properties of the genuine Bulgarian Тribulus extract are due to the presence of steroidal saponins of furostanol type (60% determined as protodioscin). [1, 2] The steroidal saponins are active substances, which support the natural production of sexual hormones (androgens and estrogens),[3, 4, 5] influence positively the normal function of central nervous system [6, 7], and are defined as active components with anabolic character.* They work on the normal testosterone levels in the male organism, naturally supporting the hormonal balance and the normal function of prostate, without affecting their functional mechanism and without side effects.* [2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10]

In women they work on the normal levels of pregnenolone, progesterone, estrogens, which may help support the physical and psycho-emotional health of a woman.* [5, 11, 12]

The protodioscin [1, 2, 13] supports the natural production of luteinizing hormone from the adenohypophysis and the normal  sex hormones levels.*[3, 4, 14] It helps support a positive nitrogen balance and improves the protein synthesis, including the one in the muscles.* This supports the body’s abilities and endurance in cases of physical and mental overwork.* [2, 15]

The genuine Bulgarian Тribulus extract is very suitable for bodybuilders and athletes in the preparatory and the active period, as well as in the period of recovery after physical exhaustion from exercise.* [15, 16, 17]

Dry extract from Leuzea Carthamoides

The properties of the Leuzea extract are due to the purified active ingredient – 95% beta-ecdysterone. [18] Ecdysones show muscle growth properties and help the body resist the damaging effect of stress.* [18 – 24]

Phytoecdysteroids stimulate protein synthesis [18, 19, 22, 24, 25], and in dosages of 5-10 mg per kg bodyweight, they are considered protein stimulants, promoting fast muscle growth and strength.* [19, 21, 22,24, 26, 27] As polyhydroxysterols, they naturally affect the metabolism of carbohydrates and nucleic acids, help the normal glycogen synthesis and increase the content of high energy phosphate compounds.* [25, 27] This promotes the growth of the skeleton muscles, influences positively the endurance, reflexes and physical condition of the athletes.* [19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 27]

A number of studies show the anabolic activity of beta-ecdysterone, as well as its harmlessness and safety for use during hard trainings or physical overwork.* [20 – 23, 28, 29] The beta-ecdysterone positively influences the normal function of the central nervous system.* [18, 25, 30] In professional sport it is used for achieving physical and psychical stability, without any side effects on the cardiovascular and the immune systems. [18, 25, 30]

Dry extract from Ginkgo biloba

Our extremely effective and concentrated extract from the leaves of Ginkgo biloba is standardized at 24% ginkgo flavone glycosides. The extract has become highly popular among the sports fields, due to its outstanding benefits [31 – 39]:

  • it is beneficial for blood and oxygen flow in the body and can thus support concentration and sports performance*
  • its antioxidant activity aids for removing the free radicals from the muscles, that will otherwise break them down*
  • increases muscle growth and supports recovery after intense exercise*
  • naturally supports the metabolism*

Plenty of studies also suggest that Ginkgo biloba extract works on the normal cortisol levels, and supports the normal blood pressure levels, especially during workouts.* [31, 32] The combination of Ginkgo biloba extract and L-arginine boosts its action even more, promoting fast muscle growth and strength, as a result of the supported blood flow to the muscles.* [40]

Dry extract from Piper nigrum

The Piper nigrum extract in VemoHerb® Muscle Kick is standardized to the active ingredient piperine (min. 95%). Numerous studies suggest that when only 5 mg of such concentrated Piper nigrum extract is combined with the other ingredients, it can increase the absorption of those ingredients by 30-2000%!* [41]

L-Arginine

L-Arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid, which means that the body produces it naturally but in limited quantities, and it can be supplemented additionally through the diet.* L-Arginine is very popular in sports nutrition due to its nitrogen retention properties, because nitrogen is a key factor in the muscle protein synthesis.* L-Arginine is a precursor of nitric oxide, and it is known that nitric oxide participates in the vasodilation (the dilation of blood vessels).* Nitric oxide helps to increase blood flow into the muscles which is the main factor that produces pumps during exercise.* Recent research suggests that nitric oxide is directly connected with muscle building.* Latest data also suggests that L-arginine supports the natural production of Creatine in the body.* It is also shown to support the utilization of oxygen in the body, due to the increased vasodilation.* [42, 43]

The pack contains

90 vegan capsules

Active substances in one capsule

125,0 mg dry extract from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris (60% furostanol saponins determined as protodioscin)
125,0 mg dry extract from Leuzea carthamoides (95% β-ecdysterone)
80 mg dry extract of Ginkgo biloba (24% ginkgo flavone glycosides)
5,0 mg Piper nigrum extract (95% piperine)
150,0 mg L-Arginine

Recommended daily dose

1-2 capsules 3 times a day

Directions for use

Take between the meals or as directed on the label.

Our attitude in VemoHerb is to “keep it simple and effective”. That’s why we always invest in manufacturing the highest quality raw materials and developing the ideal formulation of the ingredients, so that they combine in the perfect synergistic mechanism, complementing each other, and leading to the maximum sport performance of the body.* We do not believe in the endless list of compounds in the “miracle panaceas” that are flooding the market nowadays, because it is just not feasible to make a good working combination of a dozen substances that could match synergistically in appropriate dosage. Beware of such kind of “miracle” but ineffective products!

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!

References:

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2. Wenyi Zhu, Yijie Du, Hong Meng, Yinmao Dong and Li Li – A review of traditional pharmacological uses, phytochemistry, and pharmacological activities of Tribulus terrestris

3. Milanov, S., E. Maleeva, M. Tashkov. – Tribestan effect on the concentration of some hormones in the serum of healthy subjects (1981).

4. Gauthaman, K. and Ganesan, A. – The hormonal effects of Tribulus terrestris and its role in the management of male erectile dysfunction – an evaluation using primates, rabbit and rat. Phytomedicine (2008) 15: 44.

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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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