Allmax Nutrition TribX90 Test Booster 750mg
While other Tribulus Products Give you 45%, TribX90 gives you 90%!
Allmax Nutrition TribX 90 is scientifically formulated to naturally increase test levels. Test is a male hormone responsible for increasing lean muscle, increasing metabolism, and supporting a healthy sex drive. The primary ingredient in TribX 90 is Tribulus Terrestris. Many athletes supplement with Tribulus because it’s a safe alternative to unapproved substances, but still offers remarkable results for strength. Whether you need help in the gym or the bedroom, Tribulus can help you attain your goals.
Why is it Called TribX90?
Because it contains 90% FURASTANOLIC SAPONINS. Each capsule contains a minimum of 90% Saponins – Double that of other Tribulus products.
100% pure Bulgarian Species Tribulus Terrestris!
Allmax Nutrition TribX90 Test Booster Benefits
Naturally Increases Test Levels
Increased Strength and Energy
Safe for Males and Females
Directions / Dosage - When to Take TribX90
Take 2 capsules per day. With or without food. One bottle will last you 45 days. Can be used by regular healthy people or athletes!
Recommended Dosage: Users take them in the morning on non-workout days and pre-workout on workout days.
Allmax Nutrition TribX Ingredients / Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 90
Amount Per Serving
Tribulus Terrestris 750mg
(Providing 90% [675 Mg] Furastanolic Saponins Such As Protodioscins, Diosgenins, Flavonoids, And Alkaloids)
Side Effects & Warnings
For adult use only. Do not use if you have high blood pressure or other cardiovascular conditions. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing.
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