SNS VASO6 is a clinically researched, licensed ingredient that has been taking the supplement industry by storm and has become so popular that some of the biggest supplement companies in the world are using it and even building entire products around it. Users love it, reviews are off the chart, and feedback indicates pumps that are so great they are borderline painful and reports of people feeling more pumped on their non-training days than they previously did even after their workouts.
Not only will you get pumps, you’ll look out of this world, At 300 mg. per serving, we are offering the full clinically studied dosage at a cost effective price….. something that SNS has come to be known for!
Supplementing with VASO6 can lead to:
-An increase in endurance
-An increase in nitric oxide
-An increase in exercise performance
-A dramatic increase in pumps and vascularity
Now, let’s delve in and read more about this AWESOME new ingredient that EVERYONE is talking about:
First, Why Buy VASO6 Solo?
This is an easy question to answer – do you only want increased pumps and vascularity on your workout days, or do you want to your friend, co-workers & fellow gym goers to be envious & wonder how you stay that pumped and vascular all day even on your non-workout days?
SNS VASO6 can be taken along with your favorite pre-workout if it doesn’t contain VASO6 or even if it does, SNS VASO6 can be taken on your non-workout days to keep you pumped and vascular.
History: Vaso6 is a gallate-enhanced oligomer made up of dimers, trimers, tetramers and pentamers that is a powerful stimulator of nitric oxide production. Vaso6 can be derived from the extracts of grape seed or green tea (1).
Scientific effects: Vaso6 is superior to any epicatechin on the market for pumps and endurance. Vaso6 provides excellent pumps and endurance, and has several university backed studies behind it. It is also a patented ingredient. Vaso6 converts to 50% nitric oxide (for reference, Citrulline only converts to 5% nitric oxide).
Research has shown that extracts of grape seeds (GSE) causes endothelium dependent relaxation (EDR) activity in vitro. EDR activity involves the release of endothelial nitric oxide (NO) release and subsequent increase in cyclic guanosine monophosphate (GMP) levels in the vascular smooth muscle cells ultimately increasing vasodilation and blood flow (1).
Isolation and characterization of GSE identified the extract was separated into seven fractions (A–G). Only fractions (D–G) were EDR-active so they were further separated into 25 individual compound peaks by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), 16 of which were EDR active. Analysis of these 16 peaks identified Procyanidin content, which are oligomeric compounds formed from catechin and epicatechin molecules. Peak G6, a trimeric procyanidin gallate, was identified as the peak that had the highest EDR activity (2-3).
SNS Vaso6 contains only the peaks and fractions of GSE with the highest EDR activity including peak G6, hence the name Vaso6 (2-3).