- Supplies 30 Workouts
- Up-Regulates N.O. Production
- Unmatched Skin Bursting Pumps
- Incredible Strength Gains
- Deep Muscle Fiber Stimulation
- Improved Protein Synthesis
- Ignites Lipolysis (Fat into Muscle)
- Increases Bedroom Performance
Let us quickly establish what HemodrauliX™ is not. HemodrauliX™ is not your run
of the mill, knock-off NO supplement. Simply put, HemodrauliX™ delivers so much
more than any other NO product has to date. It will change what the market expects
nitric oxide products because it dominates the category to the point of supremacy.
What we have unleashed is the largest breakthrough in Nitric Oxide supplementation
since its induction to the fitness world a half a decade ago. There is much more
to NO than just Arginine and we are unleashing this in a big way with HemodrauliX™.
What exactly is an Anabolic Hyper-Vasodialation System?
You may already know that Arginine is a precursor to Nitric Oxide. What you may
not know is there are other factors involved that allow this process to happen.
In the past, NO supplements were designed to flood your body with mass amounts of
Arginine, which we actually did a great job of with NE2® by esterifying Arginine
(Arginine Ethyl Ester Di-HCl). However, until now, there were not enough cofactors
in your system to meet this enormous supply of Arginine thereby hindering the ultimate
Nitric Oxide experience.
Nitric Oxide is a byproduct of Arginine being broken down in the body by an enzyme
called Nitric Oxide Synthase (NOS). Your body only has a limited supply of NOS.
Consequently, no matter how much Arginine you have flooded your system with, your
NO will only be as high as the amount of NOS you have to break it down. We have
a breakthrough way to create more of the key enzyme, NOS. The result — RIDICULOUS
PUMPS! We are talking pumps so big, they almost hurt. Excited yet?
How in the heck to did you do this? You might ask. The answer is the addition
of a compound called Arachidonic Acid (AA). You may have seen AA in other products
because it has so many benefits. But you have never seen it used this way before.
AA has the ability to turn on (upregulate) NOS through a complex process. Once AA
is released from the phospholipid layer of each muscle cell during exercise, it
is rapidly converted to prostaglandins (PGE2). PGE2 upregulates the enzyme NOS creating
the perfect environment for MASS Nitric Oxide production.
HemodrauliX™ is so powerful, we only suggest taking it once a day and no more
than four to five times a week. The intense effects can be felt for days after use.
No more choking down horse pills twice a day, everyday, all week. That method is
over marketed, over rated and no longer necessary. By preserving NO cofactors, HemodrauliX™
will work harder for you, build much more muscle and for less money.
When we say build more muscle, we are not exaggerating. HemodrauliX™ caries a
large anabolic component that is very noticeable after the first week of use. During
beta-testing of HemodrauliX™, it was not uncommon to see 5 to 15 pounds of dense
lean mass added within the first 30 days of use. It should also be mentioned that
there is a respectable decrease in body fat. Lipolysis (Fat breakdown) is very noticeable,
especially during training due to increased perspiration (you sweat like a pig!).
HemodrauliX™ is truly an anabolic breakthrough that you would never expect from
an NO product. Grab your supply today and be on your way to a more muscular, harder
physique. Demand more from your supplements. Demand Axis Labs®.
HemodrauliX™ is the first nitric oxide product ever to harness the power of Arachidonic
Acid (AA). The powerful combo of AA and NO work together to ignite a cascading process
that leads to pumps and endurance never before experienced by the bodybuilding and
athletic world. Arachidonic Acid is the precursor to cell-signaling molecules called
prostaglandins (PGE2). In addition to being highly anabolic, PGE2 works with Nitric
Oxide to create massive vasodialation, feeding the muscles by increasing blood flow,
oxygen and assisting with glucose uptake. You've heard supplement companies promise
skin-bursting pumps before. Now it's time to actually experience them.
NE2® (Arginine Ethyl Ester Di-HCl) is composed of an Arginine molecule that is esterified,
making it less polar and therefore more resistant to chemical breakdown and easily
absorbed in the digestive track. The ethyl ester also protects the Arginine molecule
from rapid degradation and consequently makes it much more effective in smaller
doses than other nitric oxide products. What does this really mean? More Arginine
in your system to create Nitric Oxide.
Moreover, HemodrauliX™ is powered by the ultra popular Beta-Alanine. Once in your
system, Beta-Alanine combines with Histidine to create high levels of intramuscular
Carnosine. The Carnosine buffers hydrogen ions created during exercise, which are
directly associated with muscle fatigue, weakness and physical exhaustion. This
means while on HemodrauliX™ you'll be able to train harder and stronger with less
fatigue and faster recovery. If you feel tingling on thin areas of skin like your
earlobes, don't freak out! That's the Beta-Alanine at work.
As a dietary supplement, take 6 capsules 30 minutes prior to exercise.
For best results, do not take more than once a day or more than 5 times a week.
Supplement daily with a multivitamin while using HemodrauliX™.
Store in a cool, dry place. Protect from heat, light and moisture.
Arachidonic Acid is protected under United States patent 6,841,573 and is licensed
exclusively for use by Axis Labs® for HemodrauliX™ from Molecular Nutrition, LLC
and William Llewellyn.
WARNING: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
This product is not intended for
anyone under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician before using
this or any dietary supplement. Do not take this product if you have any medical
condition and/or are taking any prescription medication(s). Do not use if you have,
or at risk of, a myocardial infarction (heart attack), diabetes, asthma, high blood
pressure, high cholesterol, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, stroke, or suffering
for any inflammatory diseases, or are on a red meat restricted diet. Discontinue
use if experiencing any adverse side effects.
Hemodraulix allows me to push my workouts to a higher level the pumps are awesome and stay with me. I feel I get deeper muscle stimulation using this product, it is awesome!Tony, 32, Lubbock TX
Best NO product on the market! A price you can't beat and results that blow you away. Every time you take HemodrauliX you can be sure of one thing, an amazing workout. Truly a no nonsense supplement.Vince, 18, Chicago IL
This is my second cycle on Hemodraulix and no No2 supplement has given me the results I need! I look for a No2 supplement to supply to supply me with skin-bursting pumps all day long and packed on mass while maintaining a low body fat % and on a calorie restricted diet! No other No2 product has given me the explosive workouts and results I need!Rich, 24, Port Colborne ON
HemodrauliX was one of the best supplements I've ever purchased. I felt it working the very time I used it. Now every day when I leave the gym, my target muscles are fully pumped. I'll continue to recommend this product to all my friends.Chris, 18, Lakewood
I just started taking Hemodraulix by Axis Labs and wow, what a pump. It is supposed to be a new and improved NO supplement and so far, it has given me the best pumps from any of the previous NOs I have taken. I have used Blitz Cycle, Altered State and the original NO2 and they don't compare. The Hemodraulix are in a liquid capsule which I think makes them work faster. I have been taking them about 20 minutes before the workout and about 3-4 sets in I am swelling up!Forum Rep, BB.com
I wanted to say, as for pump and all that jazz, I get that with just creatine and argenine...HEMO however, gave me the pump, plus an additional level of stamina I didn't even know existed. This stuff is top of the line, The first year plus since I started working out, I would be burnt out after only a few exercises, since I started "smashing" (no pun intended) with HEMODRAULIX, I feel as though I am barely getting warmed up after those couple of exercises, I want to live at the gym now!!! Thanks to AXIS LABS for hooking it up with a powerful supplement that has this caliber! You guys rock!Bobby, 28, CO
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