BCAA CBD ELECTROLYTE fruit punch 30 servings LIMITED free scoopie

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Here it is! I've had this idea since day one, its just been a long time figuring it all out! 30 servings per container, 600+mg CBD, min 20mg per serving. includes a FREE SCOOPIE ($5 value) to make it super easy to fill your water bottle. Get a healthy scoop, close the lid, dump it. EASY!

Supplement Facts per scoop!
CBD Water Soluble 20mg
L-Leucine 3400mg
L-Isoleucine 1700mg
L-Valine 1700mg
Electrolyte Blend 750mg
Citrulline Malate 1:1 340mg

BCAA+CBD+ELECTROLYTES. BCAA has been shown to reduce muscle fatigue and soreness, increase muslce growth. I take BCAA as a preworkout before rolling and I feel liek it def helps me to be less sore and tired in rolls and increase my stamina without the jitters of caffine. This mix has electroyltes to help hydration.

This can be use pre, post or druing workout, just like any other sports drink. PLUS CBD!




BCAAs have an insulin-like effect on glucose, causing a reduction in glucose levels. BCAAs that are ingested before exercise can be oxidized by skeletal muscle and used as energy during the exercise, reducing the need for the liver to increase levels of glycogenolysis. During anaerobic exercise the pyruvate molecules that result from glucose metabolism are converted to lactic acid, the buildup of which can lead to metabolic acidosis with pH levels as low as 6.4.[26] High levels of lactic acid cause glucose metabolism to stop in order to reduce further reduction of pH. BCAA supplementation has been shown to decrease levels of lactic acid in the muscle, allowing glucose metabolism to continue.[27]

Recent studies have also shown that BCAAs reduce the levels of circulating free fatty-acids (FFA) in the blood.[27] FFAs compete for binding sites on albumin with tryptophan, and when levels of FFAs in the blood are decreased, levels of free tryptophan also decrease as more is bound by albumin. During exercise, levels of free tryptophan entering the brain are increased, causing an increase in 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT, aka serotonin), a contributor to the sensation of fatigue. Through their reduction in levels of FFAs in the blood, BCAAs can help to reduce the levels of free tryptophan entering the brain, and help to reduce the sensation of fatigue as a result of exertion.

BCAA also inhibits tyrosine uptake in the brain (tyrosine being another aromatic amino acid, like tryptophan); the reduced uptake depresses catecholamine synthesis and release in the brain. Catecholamines are associated with enhanced physical performance. The simultaneous reductions in both catecholamine and serotonin synthesis may account for the relatively neutral effect of BCAA on physical performance.[29]

BCAAs are also found to reduce the increase in serum levels of ammonia that occurs during exercise. This is done by increasing the amount of ammonia used in glutamine synthesis, preventing an over-accumulation of ammonia in the blood.[27] Increased levels of ammonia in the brain result in lower levels of GABA and glutamate, causing an increase in central fatigue. Increased levels of ammonia in the muscle tissue also increase phosphofructokinase activity (PFK), leading to an increase in lactic acid, a major contributor to muscle fatigue.[30]

In addition, BCAA supplementation has been shown to decrease levels of creatine kinase in muscle cells post exercise. Creatine kinase is an indicator of muscle damage, and is responsible for transferring a phosphate group from ATP to create a phosphocreatine molecule.[31] BCAA supplementation has been shown to decrease levels of creatine kinase, leading to higher levels of intracellular ATP and a lessened sense of fatigue.[32]