- Agmatine SulfateBodybuilding SupplementMuscle StrengthNitric OxideStamina
How It Works:
Top Agmatine Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Agmatine sulfate is a compound that is created from the decarboxylation (removal of a carboxylic acid group) of the amino acid L-Arginine. Agmatine sulfate appears to be stored in the neurons of the brain and released when they are activated.USED FOR: General cognitive health, Mood, Anxiety, Depression, Memory, Neuropathic pain, Drug addiction, Stroke protection, Bodybuilding.MECHANISM: Agmatine sulfate can act as a neurotransmitter that affects memory function and synaptic plasticity; it has some analgesic effects on its own and also works synergistically with pain medications like morphine; and it regulates nitric oxide levels by inhibiting nitric oxide synthase enzymes.DOSAGE: 1.6-6.4 mg/kg of bodyweight per day. READ MORE...SIDE EFFECTS: Rated as Possibly Safe when used orally, short-term. Considered to be well tolerated, and there are very limited reports of adverse effects. READ MORE...INTERACTIONS: May interact with L-Arginine, L-Citrulline, Yohimbine, Rauwolscine, D-Aspartic Acid, Alcohol, and Creatine.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Arginine Aspartate, AAKG, Arginine Pyroglutamate, L-Citrulline, L-Arginine, L-TheanineTop Agmatine Sulfate
- Regulates Nitric Oxide synthesis
- May promote muscle growth & stamina
- Improves post-workout recovery
Is Agmatine recommended for severe non-diabetic muscle (leg and ankle) cramps that may be caused by directed energy, non-lethal weapons?
I’m not sure what you mean by your comment.
Agmatine has been studied for its effects on reducing neuropathic pain, inflammation and subjective pain perception. I don’t know of any specific studies on muscle cramps that I can refer you to.
In some instances, users have reported muscle cramps after taking Agmatine with other supplements. However, it is unclear what the direct cause of the cramping was in these instances.
I believe a directed energy non lethal device would be referring to a Taser, that’s my thinking anyway. But the bigger question might be, why would you want to know that ?