Agmatine Sulfate

  • Derived from L-Arginine by a process called decarboxylation; agmatine is considered a neurotransmitter and neuromodulator
  • It is suggested to have many positive effects on the body, ranging from pain management to nitric oxide and insulin regulation
  • Supplementing with agmatine is shown to increase brain activity in the hippocampus and improve memory
  • Research suggests agmatine also functions as an antidepressant
  • Fun fact: studies demonstrate that agmatine inhibits opioid dependence and relapse in several species of animal

Benefits of Agmatine Sulfate

  • cardioprotective function
  • inhibits enzymes that break down nitric oxide
  • increased blood glucose regulation and insulin response
  • nephroprotective (prevents harm to kidneys)
  • improved memory and learning

Recommended Dose:

  • 1-2g 20-40 minutes before training

Nick Lefebvre