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Amino Acid Recovery Formula | Outbreak Antidote

If you're looking for an all natural post-workout recovery formula, look no further. Outbreak Antidote is 100% all natural & Certified Organic. Outbreak Antidote is offered in a variety of delicious & unique flavors & is made with only the highest quality ingredients on the market. Outbreak Antidote will help Carbs to digest easily & quickly, & uses Carbohydrates for Glycogen replenishment. Outbreak Antidote will help to alleviate soreness & promotes re-hydration, & contains several different BCAA's & EAA's. On top of all of that, Outbreak Antidote is the perfect post-workout supplement to take, & is Vegan/Vegetarian friendly. Step up your post-workout game. Pick up a tub today!! Introducing Outbreak Antidote!!

Outbreak Antidote Flavors

  • Grim Grape
  • Molotov Margarita

Outbreak Antidote Benefits

  • 100% All Natural & Certified Organic Formula
  • Offered In A Variety Of Delicious & Unique Flavors
  • Made With Only The Highest Quality Ingredients
  • Helps Carbs Digest Easily & Quickly
  • Uses Carbohydrates For Glycogen Replenishment
  • Prevents Unwanted Muscle Breakdown In The Body
  • Alleviates Soreness & Promotes Re-Hydration
  • Contains Several Different BCAA's & EAA's
  • Perfect Post-Workout Supplement To Take
  • Non-GMO & Vegan/Vegetarian Friendly Supplement
  • Fully Transparent & Generously Dosed Label

How Do I Take Outbreak Antidote?

Outbreak recommends taking one to two (1-2) Scoops mixed with 8-16 Ounces of cold Water during or after training. 

Outbreak Antidote Ingredients


Outbreak Antidote Side Effects & Warnings

Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed recommended dose. Not for use by those under 18 years of age.


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