Ride On. A combination of 4 ‘super’ ingredients at optimal dosages, designed to work in synergy for Love, for Life and for the Pump!
Pomegranate is rich in polyphenols which have been proven to have both powerful
antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits in humans. The master polyphenol in
Pomegranate is Punicalagin – Ride On yields a massive 1500mg of Punicalagins per serving. Studies indicate that polyphenol rich Pomegranate extract can enhance blood flow, improve recovery, reduce oxidative stress, reduce blood pressure and improve Cardiovascular health.
Maca is a herb native to Peru which has been used in traditional medicine for centuries to enhance libido, promote feelings of wellbeing and alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety, increase exercise capacity and improve strength. Benefits which have since been substantiated in human clinical trials. Lepidamax® is considered to be the gold standard in Maca standardisation.
Vaso6™ is a patented proprietary green tea oligomer containing specific levels of catechins, specifically epicatechins, that have been clinically studied and proven to increase vasodilation, promote cardiovascular health and decrease oxidative stress. The increased blood flow from Vaso6™ will enhance nutrient delivery, aid recovery and reduce fatigue. Anecdotally, users taking 1000mg per day have reported significant improvements on all of the above whilst research doses of as little as 300mg yielded great results also.
Black Ginger extract, Kaempferia parviflora, is indigenous to Thailand and has been utilised in South East Asia for centuries to increase libido, improve sexual health, wellbeing, energy production and immune efficiency. Blackvcube is standardised for a high polymethoxyflavone content, the primary active component of the plant. Studies have indicated that Black Ginger may improve Cardiovascular function, inhibit phosphodiesterase 5 (PDE-5) – the same mechanism of action by way that erectile dysfunction medicines like Viagra work, improve mitochondrial function and promote ATP production. There are a number of other promising research papers that suggest that Black Ginger really is a superfood – too many to list here without Trading standards kicking up shit.