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Posted: 10/27/2011 5:37:46 PM
what do you guys know about this
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Posted: 10/28/2011 1:42:46 PM
Watchu know about that, Whatchu know about that I know all about that. 

I like that song. 

It's pretty good stuff seems like it cleans the blood vessels out helps get the oxygen to the muscles and also helps the testes.
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Posted: 10/29/2011 7:39:19 PM

Nitric oxide is considered an antianginal drug: it causes vasodilation, which can help with ischemic pain, known as angina, by decreasing the cardiac workload. By dilating (expanding) the veins, nitric oxide drugs lower arterial pressure and left ventricular filling pressure. This vasodilation does not decrease the volume of blood the heart pumps, but rather it decreases the force the heart muscle must exert to pump the same volume of blood. Nitroglycerin pills, taken sublingually (under the tongue), are used to prevent or treat acute chest pain. The nitroglycerin reacts with a sulfhydryl group (–SH) to produce nitric oxide, which eases the pain by causing vasodilation. Recent evidence suggests that nitrates may be beneficial for treatment of angina due to reduced myocardial oxygen consumption both by decreasing preload and afterload and by some direct vasodilation of coronary vessels.

Mainly for its utility as a vasodilator, NO has entered the fitness industry as an array of supplements geared towards accelerated muscle growth and prolonged stamina during endurance activities.

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Posted: 10/30/2011 10:57:21 PM
quite a bit. it is a vasoactive substance that is released from endothelial cells in your blood vessels and causes vasodilation. I could write pages about it. what do you want to know about it? That might make it easier for me to answer.
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Posted: 10/30/2011 11:49:31 PM

does it help build muscle

does it help with cardio

 any side effects

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Posted: 11/10/2011 11:22:31 AM
It gives you a "pumped" feeling. I t is supposed to mimic the feeling when somebody is on roids. I wouldn't recommend getting nitric oxide. If you want to build muscle  eat a garbage load of protein and carbs to bulk up. It is easier if you build mass first then trim body fat.
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Posted: 12/10/2011 12:37:17 PM
a vasodialators open up your veins to promote blood flow.  I definitely feel a better pump when I use it.  When I do cardio I notice that my second wind comes a bit faster. 

Most of the big names out there NO Shotgun, NO Xplode, Jack3d all have stimulants that go with it,  if you are just looking for the effects of the vasodialation and pump there are products for that.  

I love Jack3d it gets me amped for a good workout. Problem is when I cycle off it definitely negatively effects my outlook. 


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