Cordygen-VO2 ULTRA™ combines OxyCeps-ATP™ (our DNA certified, 100% organic, super concentrated HEAA - hydroxy ethyl adenosine analogs- rich) Cordyceps Sinensis Hybrid with powerful extracts of Jiaogulan (gynostemma pentaphyllum), Rhodiola Rosea and balanced electrolytes. Cordygen-VO2 ULTRA™ is delivered via easy to swallow veggie capsules for ‘Rapid Release & Action!’
Whether you are a weekend warrior looking to run circles around your friends, a soccer mom looking for support during cardio sessions or an elite athlete looking for a "competitive secret weapon, " Cordygen-VO2 ULTRA™ will meet your performance needs!
- Support Oxygen Utilization & VO2 Max*
- Support Endurance & Performance*
- Jiaogulan Enhanced
- Rhodiola Enhanced
- Balanced Electrolytes
- Banned Substance Free
- 100% Natural & Tested Gluten Free
Cordygen-VO2 ULTRA™ is formulated and manufactured without the use of any banned substances.** Contains zero sugar, salt, yeast, egg, milk, soy or wheat. Tested Gluten Free!
Suggested Use: Assess your tolerance one capsule at a time. For best results take 1 to 3 capsules 45-60 minutes prior to endurance event, cardiovascular activity, MMA event or weightlifting. If stomach sensitivity occurs, reduce dosage or take with food. Reduce dosage when taking with other cordyceps containing products. Smaller athletes should use a reduced dosage.
Stacking Suggestion: For optimal performance Cordygen-VO2 ULTRA™ may be stacked with CRE-02™, INFINIT-E™, Agmatine-ELITE™, Carnage-ELITE™, NitroCeps-ELITE™ or RagNOrok-ULTRA™.
Warning: This product is only intended to be consumed by healthy adults 18 years of age or older. If pregnant or nursing consult your doctor before use. Consult your physician before starting any supplement regimen, especially if you suffer from any disease. Do not use this product if you have a known allergy to any of its ingredients. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN!
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, excess heat or humidity. Slight color variations from batch to batch is normal.
To report an adverse even call 1-800-249-7918
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease.
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