Exubol is a natural, drug free supplement for serious trainers, bodybuilders, power and strength athletes. Pure extract of the Ajuga Turkestanica plant boosts your body’s inbuilt recovery and performance abilities. Enjoy unheard-of recovery capacity, immune support, and inflammation management.
Ecdysterone is derived from plants, but its structure is amazingly similar to androgens. Just like steroid hormonal drugs, it enhances protein synthesis by activating the polyribosomes functions in different organs and tissues. But it’s all-natural, so you won’t have any hormonal side-effects. Exubol protects and supports your body’s natural production of major hormones, including cortisol, somatotropin, testosterone, and insulin.
As well as boosting the metabolism and protecting muscle tissue from damage during periods of stress, Exubol supports your training and physique goals in 7 key ways.
- supporting the CNS (central nervous system) so you can recover faster
- improving the rate of nerve impulses so you can perform explosive power movements
- normalizing major functions of the body’s endocrine system and key hormones
- supporting the immune system, particularly during intense periods of training and competing
- maintaining healthy body weight by supporting anabolism and protecting lean tissue
- improving blood and nutrient circulation to the brain and muscles
- stabilizing blood sugar levels and improving hypoglycemia
What makes Exubol different is Ajuga Turkestanica extract. Ajuga extract works with the body to stimulate work capacity and protect against training stress. It helps restore your muscles and connective tissue more quickly between workouts. And that’s not all. It stimulates immunogenesis and can delay the ageing process, safeguarding you against from illness and injury. Don't waste a minute of your your time in the gym, out on the field, or in the game.
Think you need pro-hormones to see the kind of freaky muscle growth, power, and strength of assisted athletes? Think again. Plant-based, natural supplements really can be that effective. Exubol harnesses the natural power of high-dose ecdysteroids to flip the ‘on’ switch of your body’s muscle cells, stimulating new growth and opening the floodgates to the kind of size you thought naturals had no access to.
Exubol is a biologically active supplement which will protect your body as you train hard. Each single Exubol tablet contains 50mg of 2Rkesol - pharmaceutical grade Ajuga Turkestanica extract, delivering 10% of Ecdysterone, 10% of Turkesterone, 10% of Cyasterone/ Iridoids/ 22-Acetylcyasterone. No fillers, cheap ingredients, or proprietary blends. Everything is right here on the label. Stay at the top of your game for longer with natural plant protection.
A daily dose of Exubol, alongside your regular training program, will boost your metabolic rate so your body can build more muscle and stay leaner. Ecdysterone protects skeletal tissue from damage, and can improve the oxygenation of muscle. Athletes who use ecdysterone - the active ingredient in Exubol - have shown a pronounced increase in recovery during intense training loads.
The active ecdysterone in Exubol enhances MPS (muscle protein synthesis) when you train, helping your body respond to training stress and lay down muscle tissue. Studies have shown that phytoecdysteriods (like the active ingredient in Exubol) increase protein synthesis in skeletal muscle cells.
We work directly with the Institute of Plant Chemistry in Uzbekistan. They help us source and purify the finest raw plant ingredients for our ground-breaking Exubol product. The experts at the ICPS have been producing and developing Ajuga Turkestanica for decades. In fact, they specialize in discovering and unlocking the power of non-hormonal, natural ingredients. Our sports performance experts work in partnership with the ICPS to develop the highest-dose Ajuga supplement on the market. It hasn’t been easy, but we wouldn’t accept any compromises. We work with the best so you can trust what you’re putting in your body.
Take Exubol for 7 to 8 weeks followed by 2 to 3 weeks OFF cycle or without taking it.
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B. For athletes who perform strength training:
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