Albutarex has been hitting the fat loss world with its claims of being able to aid the user in dropping weight in a short period without the side effects associated with similar products. These claims have been proven to be legitimate recently and here we will let you in on the truth and benefits of Albutarex.
What Does it Do?
Albutarex is nothing more than a short-acting B2-adrenergic receptor agonist. It’s main use these days is for bodybuilders to help boost their performance and promote fat loss.
To describe the difference between albuterol and the Albutarex meaning is simple, Albutarex is a branded product containing some but not all of the compounds that albuterol has. Sure it has a lot of hype, however, this powder also fulfills its purpose
Advantages of Albutarex:
1. suppresses the feeling of hunger
2. More motivation + perseverance
3. delicious taste 🙂
4. Generally better well-being
According to the manufacturer/label, the ingredients of Albuterex are Vitamins C (Ascorbic Acid), B1 (Thiamin HCL), B3 (Niacin), B6 Pyridoxine, Potassium (Aspartate), Sodium, and then a lot of so-called ‘Albuterex Shred Complex’ in the form of the well-known ‘Proprietary Blend’. I also read here methylxanthine, N-methyl-tyrosine, 4-hydroxy-α- [1- (methylamino) ethyl] benzene methanol, R-phenylalanine, B-phenylalanine HCL, manganese chelate 20%, 5-hydroxyTryptophan, N- Methyl Tyramine HCL, Theobroma, N-Methyl-Tyrosine, 4-H, Malic Acid, Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose, Silicon Dioxide, Purple Lake Color. Lots of stuff that not every newcomer should not whistle.
Albutarex v2 Review
Tom, April 25, 2014
I started using Albutarex v2 in 2014 and I’m still using it now. With a spoon completely ineffective. After two weeks increase to three scoops. Focus on training, sweating without end during training and general malaise. After the training, then slight dizziness and a two-hour crash on the sofa. I cannot recommend it all in all. Especially not for the price!
I also got on well with Oxyshred and found it very useful for fast fat burning. It was a good combo with Albutarex in my opinion.
David, Nov 27, 2013
If you don’t do enough sport, nothing works 😉 I am completely satisfied with Albutarex!
If you rest on the fact that the stuff should work mega miracles and then hardly do any sport and hardly pay attention to nutrition, you should rather stop making this good product bad;)
so that’s it.
Alex, December 3rd, 2013 Enough for 45 applications, I got by almost 2 months. Initially 1x scoop. Then slowly increased to 1.5 spoons.
The pump is really brutal! Insanity-focus! Definitely more power!
In my opinion, no pre-workout booster can keep up (tried a few: Jack3D, Craze, 1Mr, etc.).
By definition: I achieved excellent results with an adapted diet!
However: the stuff goes completely on the central nervous system. Sometimes I felt damn tired the next day, from noon.
I’m taking a break with the stuff for now!
Conclusion: In my opinion, the BEST pre-workout supplement ever !! Don’t take it too often. it shoots your skull away after a while.
These are MY experiences !!!
André, August 14, 2013
So I’ve tried pretty much ALL pre-workout boosters/pump supplements / fat burners. Since the release of the product, I have been rather skeptical about the whole thing. Last week I ordered 3 sample packs and had the 3 best workouts in a long time!
Awesome pump (almost painful!), Super focus and after training I was really relaxed and not as cranked up as with other products …
I did 30 minutes of cardio after training – there was a puddle under the bike!
Can’t agree with the negative reviews here, are probably incompetent fat sacks that otherwise only eat crap. Then, of course, the product does not work optimally;)