XTRACT™: High-Definition Diuretic
New precision formulated diuretic from Axis Labs shows results in as little 12 hours and gets you shredded in 72! Whether you are a bodybuilder or figure athlete preparing for a competition or you need to lose 10 additional pounds of subcutaneous water by the weekend, look no further than Axis Labs XTRACT™.
THE XTRACT™ ADVANTAGE
• Rapid Water Loss
• Competition Strength
• Gets You Ripped and Dialed-In
• For Both Men and Women
|The dermis or skin is comprised of layers containing subcutaneous fat, blood vessels, nerves, sweat glands, hair follicles, and lymphatic & connective tissues. Below the epidermis (outer skin) lies a layer of subcutaneous fluid. Excess fluid in this area will make the skin appear smooth and puffy, hiding vascularity and definition. It can also account for 5 to 20 pounds of unwanted weight. To address this problem, Axis Labs was inspired to develop a safe yet highly effective fluid-management product. XTRACT™ is formulated to effectively remove the water from the subcutaneous layer to achieve a shredded, dry, more vascular look.|
Axis Labs, the leader in cutting edge performance products, has once again changed supplement history. Introducing XTRACT™; The only high-definition diuretic with the exclusive HyperDry Infusion formula. Now you can effectively experience:
• What it’s truly like to get ripped and dialed in
• Rapid water loss that gets you dry and lean
• A shredded physique without losing competition strength
Becoming “ripped” and “dialed-in” is an elusive yet much coveted state of aesthetic fitness. In case you’ve been living on another planet, “ripped” means lean muscles that ripple and bulge just below the skin with veins pumping and coursing like swollen torrents. Those who achieve this pinnacle of definition stand head and shoulders above the competition.
Although a strict dietary regimen can help to melt away unsightly body fat, achieving a truly jaw-dropping, “shredded” physique requires a maximum reduction of definition-smoothing subcutaneous fluids. Out of desperation, competitive athletes, bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts often turn to harsh diuretics. However, these harsh diuretics tend to strip the body of essential electrolytes which can result in painful muscle cramps, impaired nerve transmissions or worse.
Understanding this dilemma, Axis Labs was inspired to develop a safe yet highly effective fluid-management product. Their quest for perfection resulted in XTRACT™. XTRACT™ achieves unsurpassed subcutaneous fluid and electrolyte management through the proprietary HyperDry Infusion and Electrolyte Infusion technologies.
The HyperDry Infusion works to effectively eliminate excess fluids with herbal extracts standardized to their active compounds. Dandelion root, Horsetail, and Arctostaphylos Uva Ursi work to eliminate excess water without depleting the electrolytes sodium and potassium. Additional diuretic herbal compound extracts such as Juniper Berry, Buchu Leaf and Stinging Nettle may also work to buffer the synthesis of inflammatory agents such as leukotriene B4 and prostaglandin E2.
The Electrolyte Infusion system offers an effective blend of key electrolytes to help ensure that the HyperDry Infusion offers balanced fluid elimination. Efficacious levels of the minerals calcium, potassium and magnesium promote natural fluid balance, strong nerve transmissions and muscle-pumping cell volumization.
If you absolutely need to unveil your shredded muscle for a competition, vacation or wedding, trust nothing less than XTRACT™ to get you there fast.
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Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Servings per Container: 20
|Amount per Serving||% DV*|
|Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCl)||100 mg||5,000%|
|Calcium (from calcium carbonate)||200 mg||20%|
|Potassium (from potassium citrate)||96 mg||3%|
|Magnesium (from magnesium oxide)||120 mg||30%|
|HyperDRY Infusion (proprietary blend)||1,700 mg||†|
| Dandelion Root
(Standardized for 20% Taraxasterols)
Arctostaphylos Uva Ursi
(Standardized for 20% Arbutin)
(Standardized for 7% Soluble Silica)
Juniper Berry 4:1 Extract
Buchu Leaf 4:1 Extract
(Stinging Nettle Root)
Celery Seed Powder
|Electrolyte Infusion||1,000 mg||†|
| Calcium Carbonate
|Methylxanthines (Caffeine)||75 mg||†|
|* Daily value (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
† Daily value (DV) not established
Other Ingredients: Magnesium stearate, silica and gelatin.
Directions: As a dietary supplement, take four (4) capsules twice daily. Take one serving in the mid-morning and take your second serving in the mid-afternoon. Always consume XTRACT™ with at least 16oz of water. Do not exceed recommended dosage.
WARNING: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Not for use by individuals under the age of 18 or elderly. Do not use if pregnant, nursing or have any medical conditions. Consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
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