Cortisol Blocker | Assault Labs Corti Combat 90C
Having trouble keeping lean muscle gains, despite all of the dieting and/or training you may be doing? Cortisol, a stress hormone, may be to blame. Intense training and dieting, as well as other factors, can cause an increase in cortisol levels, which tells your body to store fat and break down muscle. So keep your gains and conquer your cortisol levels with Assault Labs Corti Combat!
With main ingredients ginger root extract, ashwagandha extract, and rhodiola root, which have all been found to fight stress, Assault Labs is very effective at reducing cortisol levels. For example, ginger root extract can reduce inflammation, which can also cause cortisol increases. All of these cortisol-blocking ingredients come together to create the potent and effective formula behind Assault Labs Corti Combat.
Assault Labs Corti Combat Benefits
- Helps Balance Cortisol Levels
- Reduces Anxiety & Stress
- Can Help with Fat Loss
- Helps Maintain Muscle Mass
- Lean Muscle Mass Support
- Helps Reduce Inflammation
- Anti-Aging Properties
How to Take Assault Labs Corti Combat
Take as a dietary supplement. Take 1 capsule 3 times per day. For best results, take 1 capsule in the morning after you wake up, 1 capsule 4 hours later, and 1 more capsule with your evening meal or before bed. Do NOT take more than 3 capsules per day.
Assault Labs Corti Combat Side Effects
WARNING: Consult your doctor prior to use if you have or are at risk for high blood pressure, heart, kidney, thyroid, prostate or psychiatric disease, anxiety, depression, seizure disorders, strokes, or any other medical condition. Consult your doctor prior to use if you are taking any other medications. Not for use by anyone under 21 years of age. Do not exceed suggested dosage. Discontinue use immediately if you experience rapid heartbeat, dizziness, vomiting or other similar symptoms. Do not use for more than 45 days without a 90-day break. Keep out of reach from children.
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