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Narcotica has been convincing for years, whether it's an incredible muscle pump, performance in the gym or energy during workouts. Narcotica Infection is a booster that will take your focus, muscle feeling and results to a new level. Narcotica Infection - Because in the end, only results matter.

  • Improved blood circulation
  • Increased concentration
  • Years of results
  • Improved energy during exercise
  • High dose ingredients
  • NanoPure® for pure quality
  • Highest quality - Made in Germany
Nutritional values and ingredients
Composition Per 30 g (NRV*)
Total vitamins and minerals:
Niacin 48mg 300%
Vitamin B12 6.25µg 250%
Magnesium bisclycinate 100mg 30%
Pump Matrix:
L-Citrulline DL-malate 6000mg **
L-Arginine Hydrochloride 5000mg **
Betaine hydrochloride 2000mg **
Creatinol-O-Phosphate 2000mg **
Beet powder 1000mg **
Energy & Neurosensory Matrix:
N-acetyl-L-tyrosine 2000mg **
Taurine 2000mg **
Cocoa extract 1200mg **
thereof theobromine 330mg **
Choline bitartrate (VitaCholine®) 400mg **
Caffeine (total) 400mg **
Bacopa monnieri extract (55% Bacosides) 300mg **
Siberian Ginseng Root Extract 150mg **
Green tea extract 150mg **
thereof EGCG 84mg **
Guarana fruit extract 84mg **
Antioxidant & Endurance Matrix:
Hesperidin 500mg **
Silver Willow Bark Extract 100mg **
Absorption Enhancer:
Piperine 9.6mg **
Cayenne pepper extract 21 mg **
thereof capsaicin 1.7mg **

Ingredients: L-Citrulline DL-malate (nanoPure®), L-Arginine Hydrochloride (nanoPure®), Betaine Hydrochloride, Creatinol O-phosphate, Taurine, N-Acetyl-L- Tyrosine, Flavor Blend (Dextrose, Acidifier: Citric Acid, Flavor, Beetroot Juice Powder, Blueberry Fruit Extract, Sweetener: Sodium Saccharin), Cocoa Extract (Theobroma cacao L., contains 27% theobromine), beet powder (Beta vulgaris var. conditiva), magnesium bisglycinate, dimethylamino ethanol bitartrate, hesperidin (from bitter orange), choline bitartrate (VitaCholine®), caffeine, Bacopa Monnieri extract 55%, green tea extract (Camellia sinensis, contains 55% epigallocatechin gallate), Siberian ginseng root extract 25:1 (Eleutherococus senticosus, contains 0.8% eleutherosides), willow bark powder (Salicis cortex), guarana fruit extract 1:1 (Paullinia cupana, contains 12% caffeine), anti-caking agents: Silicon Dioxide, Nicotinamide, Cayenne Pepper Extract 10:1 (Capsicum annuum), Black Pepper Fruit Extract 25:1 (Piper Nigrum, contains 95% piperine), Sweetener: Sucralose, Cyanocobalamin.

*Percent of the recommended daily intake according to Regulation (EU) No. 1196/2011.

**No nutrient reference values (NRV) available.

Consumption recommendation
Add 30 g of powder (2 scoops) to about 500 ml of water, mix thoroughly and drink 30 min before your workout.
Warnings: Not recommended for use by pregnant women and persons under 18 years of age. Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the stated recommended daily intake. Contains 400 mg of caffeine per daily dose. Keep out of reach of children!
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Content: 400g Item No.: 6650A

The booster market has changed a lot in recent years. After a time when the product with the hardest stimulants was also the most popular, many boosters are now experiencing a development to the opposite extreme. This has led to many pre-workout supplements basically not even deserving of the name anymore, because they basically don't have any ingredients that could improve your workout. With Narcotica Infection, GN Laboratories has managed to develop a unique booster. This combines a variety of highly effective ingredients, which can significantly improve performance in the gym, without triggering the side effects of the hardcore boosters of old. No restlessness, jitters or post-workout crash, instead just performance, focus and an incredible pump. Narcotica Infection takes training to a new level by enhancing and optimizing a variety of physical processes. This is ensured by the three components that underlie the booster.

Pump Matrix

Narcotica Infection 's Pump Matrix includes a combination of different potent active ingredients. These sometimes function through different pathways that are independent of each other, allowing for an improvement in blood flow at multiple levels. By combining L-citrulline and L-arginine, blood flow is significantly increased, which also leads to an improvement in muscle feeling and thus training itself (1,2,3). Betaine hydrochloride also promotes blood flow and increases nitric oxide levels in the body (4). The contained beet powder also has a similar effect. Since it is rich in nitrate, which can be converted to nitric oxide in the human body, beetroot powder also promotes blood circulation (5). This is because nitric oxide is a vasodilator and dilates blood vessels (6). With dilated blood vessels comes a whole host of other benefits. Increased blood flow also improves the delivery of oxygen, important nutrients and endogenous hormones to the cells of the muscles. At the same time, improved blood flow allows toxic metabolic waste products, which are inevitably produced in large quantities during hard training sets, to be removed more quickly (7). All of this results in increased muscle endurance and a later onset of fatigue. In addition, recovery between training sets and after training is accelerated at the same time. Increased pump also results in increased muscle volume. This not only provides more power due to better mechanical leverage, but also has several directly stimulating effects on muscle growth (8).

Energy & Neurosensory Matrix

The Energy & Neurosensory Matrix consists of a variety of effective ingredients that work synergistically together. On the one hand, it serves to improve focus and concentration. At the same time, the ingredients also improve responsiveness and increase the energy available to the body during exercise. This makes it possible to delay the state of muscle exhaustion, which allows for an even better growth stimulus. To describe all the ingredients of the matrix and especially their specific effects in detail at this point would go beyond the scope. For this reason, a list of the ingredients must suffice, supplemented by the most important properties. Caffeine, for example, can reduce exhaustion and fatigue and improve focus, concentration and reaction time (9). N-acetyl-L-tyrosine enhances this effect and is needed by the body to produce the excitatory neurotransmitters adrenaline and norepinephrine (10). Taurine may delay the onset of muscle fatigue (11), as well as increase insulin sensitivity and thus the transport of nutrients to the muscles (12). Green tea extract may increase exercise endurance (13) and increase VO2max during exercise (13). Dimethyl amino ethanol and choline bitartrate both enhance concentration (14). Schisandra Chinensis fruit extract stimulates the nervous system, improves reflexes, and also promotes focus and concentration (15). Guarana fruit extract has an effect similar to caffeine, but has a longer duration of action and can thus provide more energy for a longer period of time (16). The last two ingredients are Siberian ginseng root extract and theobromine, both have a stimulating effect and can thus contribute to an improvement in training performance (17,18).

Antioxidant & Hydrate Matrix

Antioxidant & Hydrate Matrix is designed to support the body with a high dose of the most effective antioxidants. During hard and intense workouts, large amounts of free radicals are produced in the muscles as part of the energy metabolism. Free radicals can cause great damage in the cells of the body. This impairs and slows down regeneration and can promote serious diseases in the long run. The antioxidants contained in the Antioxidant & Hydrate Matrix are able to neutralize these dangerous free radicals and can thus protect the muscles from damage (19,20). At the same time, Antioxidant & Hydrate Matrix helps maintain hydration of the body and muscle cells even during the most intense workouts. This cell-hydrating effect promotes muscle cell volume and thus works synergistically with the Pump Matrix. In addition to this, it also counteracts dehydration caused by heavy sweating. This is particularly important for performance, as even a slight dehydration of just 2% can severely impair muscle performance (21,22). Antioxidant & Hydrate Matrix ingredients include hesperidin, quercentin, L-glutathione, pomegranate peel extract, astaxanthin, grape seed extract, and willow bark powder extract. All these ingredients have potent antioxidant properties and contribute to improved performance during exercise.

Vitamin & Mineral Matrix:

Narcotica Infection is rounded off by the vitamin & mineral matrix. This contains, among other things, vitamin B3, better known as niacin. Niacin is a water-soluble B vitamin that acts as a building block for various coenzymes. In addition, niacin also plays a crucial role in regeneration processes after training. Vitamin B3 contributes to the replenishment of energy reserves and promotes blood circulation (23,24). With vitamin B12, the matrix contains another vitamin of the B series, this has important functions in cell division, influences a normal formation of blood cells, as well as the normal function of the immune system and contributes to the normal function of the nervous system (25). Magnesium bisglycinate rounds out the vitamin & mineral matrix, it is essential for ATP production and energy metabolism during exercise (26). In addition, it can enhance performance during strength training (27).

To promote the absorption of the ingredients, Narcotica Infection also contains an Absorption Enhancer Matrix in addition to the various active ingredients. This consists of the active ingredients piperine and capsaicin, which occur naturally in black pepper and cayenne pepper and are known to significantly increase the bioavailability and absorption of a wide range of ingredients and enhance their effect (28). This effect is due to the fact that piperine and capsaicin inhibit enzymes of the body that are responsible for the degradation of the supplement ingredients (28,29).

Narcotica Infection relies on raw materials from NanoPure®.

NanoPure® is not just a manufacturer of various dietary supplements or ingredients, NanoPure® stands for the highest quality and maximum purity. All products, with the NanoPure® seal of approval, undergo the most stringent testing procedures before being released for sale. Independent laboratories test each batch to the highest scientific standards to ensure that no impurities can affect the quality of the products. Anyone who reads NanoPure® on a product can be sure that there are no heavy metals, no extenders and no contaminants in their product. NanoPure® stands for pure quality.

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