Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

Higenamine HCL

Higenamine HCL is derived from a wide variety of plants and works on the body as a stimulant. It has the dual purpose of targeting muscle areas with companion effects, meaning it causes some muscles to slow down their contractions and others to speed up their rate. This means that for longer muscles, there can be more benefit from a workout because of the slower contraction cycle they are forced into, and Higenamine HCL specifically targets the heart muscle to speed up contractions, raising the heart rate.

Higenamine HCL is becoming an increasing popular "fat burner" because its effect on the heart rate increases the thermogenic effects of exercise and other supplements on the body. By making the heart work harder without companion exercise, the maximum heart rate required for fat burning is maintained longer.

The common dosage for Higenamine HCL is 30 to 40 mg taken 2 to 3 times a day with meals. It can cause nausea if taken on an empty stomach and because of its thermogenic properties can also create an unwanted calorie deficit if taken without food.

Benefits of Higenamine HCL
  • promote weight loss
  • relieve cough
  • relieve asthma
  • prevent heart failure
  • prevent erectile dysfunction
Higenamine HCL is considered to be very safe to take, although abnormally high doses should be avoided. There is some presumed risk with taking it orally from the unregulated nature of its production from a wide variety of plant sources. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not take Higenamine HCL as there is not enough data on its effect. People with an irregular heartbeat should avoid Higenamine HCL and you should also cease taking it 2 weeks before having any surgical procedures done as it can interfere with the anesthesia and monitoring of your heart rate.
Supplements with this ingredient:
RA Ultra Sphinx Pre Workout Formula (Pre-workout)

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