Insane Labz Psychotic War Zombie Edition 30 Servings
If you're a fan of the OG Psychotic Preworkout you're going to LOVE the War Zombie Edition. Psychotic War Zombie features two all new blends inlcuding a Z-2369NOX blend at 6.2 grams which features ingredients to support pumps and endurance, this blend features the likes of L-Citrulline, Beta Alanine, Arginne and more. It also features the Z-STIM405 Blend which is packed with 3 different types of caffeine along with Yohimbine and Rauwolfia Vomitoria Extract for increased thermogenesis, endurance and energy. Get ready for a Psychotic like you've never experienced before.
Insane Labz Psychotic War Zombie Edition Highlights & Benefits
- Featuring 2 New Premium Trademarked Ingredient Blends
- Packed With 3 Different Sources of Caffeine
- Electrolytes for Improved Hydration, Endurance and Recovery
- 400mg of Caffeine Per Serving
Original Psychotic Vs Psychotic War Zombie
It's hard to compare apples to apples when it comes to supplements with proprietary blends as we don't know the exact dosages of ingredients, all we know is the total weight of active ingredients in each blend, and we know the ingredients appearing nearer to the start are stronger ingredients. Taking a look at the Original Psychotic it features a single Psychotic Blend of 4,459mg which is just over 4.4 grams. The Psychotic War Zombie on the other hand features two blends a 6.2 gram Z-2369NOX blend for improved muscle pumps and endurance, this blend alone already features more active ingredients than the Psychotic blend, however War Zombie also contains a 405mg Z-STIM405 blend which is just over 400mg of three different types of caffeine. What you can expect from the Psychotic War Zombie version over the original Psychotic is about 100mg of additional caffeine plus a improved muscle pumps and vascularity and increased endurance.
Mix 1 scoop with 6-8 ounces of cold water.
Insane Labz Psychotic War Zombie Edition Ingredients & Label
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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