Made by EPG, Laxozome is a supplement made to increase your strength. However, there is much more to it than just some minimal boost in how strong you are. This supplement is made with laxogenin, a steroid that is made from plants. Being plant based, it is more natural than lab made ingredients, or prohormones. While still being newly found out and tested, laxogenin has managed to impress the masses, which it why it is becoming more popular in supplements. There are mixed opinions concerning how much of this ingredient should be used in a day. Laxozome not only contains this mystery plant steroid but it also contains some other ingredients that I think are worthy of being mentioned. One reason that I think that Laxozome Max deserves so much praise is because it can be used by either men or women. I am not one, but I do enjoy supplements that can be used by both genders. If you are tired of having to wait weeks, just to find out if a prohormone MIGHT work or not, you need to check out this one.
How Long Will it Take?
Most people that have taken Laxozome have said that they start seeing progress within days. I agree with the praise that I have heard, it took four days to start working on me, to be exact. After those days has passed, I was putting up big numbers in the weight room. Due to its potency, I only started took one capsule a day. After I had assessed my tolerance for this product, I went ahead and ramped it up to two pills a day, the recommend dosage. This supplement is safe to stack with other ones, just use caution. Obviously, you won’t want to take too many products along with this one, for a number of reasons. The first reason is because, the more things you are ingesting, the higher chance that you could experience an adverse reaction. The second reason is because the Laxosome Max supplement is so strong, you really shouldn’t have the need to stack it with too many different things.
This is When Things Got Crazy…
I found that my triceps were really starting to develop, while I was running this supplement. I normally would mix up my exercises for this muscle group but I liked to keep the skull crushers going strong. I would try to keep my rep range within 6-10 and do about 3 or 4 sets, whatever my body could manage, depending on the day. I found that, for whatever reason, choosing to lift later in the day helped me to do better. I don’t know if this was some kind of placebo effect but I consistently had better workouts when I would lift in the afternoon (my second time to take Laxosome Max), than if I were to hop out of bed and go straight to weightlifting. Sometimes, when you use a new supplement, you can easily get some new side effects that will be unwelcome. One of those effects is stomach cramping, or a general feeling of nausea. After taking my first capsule, I did have a slight distressed feeling but it went away in about 45 minutes. If you are stuck in a zone where you feel that, no matter what you try, you can’t get any stronger, it isn’t a great feeling. Far beyond just being physical, not gaining strength can affect the way that you think, leading to diminishing returns in the gym.