Arsenal X Review
What You Should Know
Arsenal X is manufactured by NDS and is promoted to give you healthy levels of energy, muscular strength, and muscle tone. Arsenal X appears to be a lot safer than most energy boosters and muscle toners. However, it still has some ingredients that can be very harmful to certain individuals. The Arsenal X website claims the product will give you extreme energy boosts and helps promote increased focus during workouts.
The Arsenal X can be purchased from the company’s website for $49.99 plus shipping. The bottle contains 90 pills. It is recommended that you take one to two pills per day. There are no guarantees or anything for this product on the official website. With the price being that high, you would think they would offer a little something. The pills on the official site are about the cheapest you can find them.
The official website for NDS was a bit of a letdown. They do not offer much information at all about the product. You will see a FAQ section but it doesn’t pertain to the Arsenal X product. It is more for the entire site. The testimonials also do not pertain to the Arsenal X product. It pertains more to other products put out by NDS. It’s a semi-professional looking site, but it is seriously lacking information.
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Arsenal X is designed to boost energy levels and metabolism. It is suitable for both men and women. You should be careful when taking this product if you have side effects from caffeine. In addition to using this product, you will also need to use a fat burner product. Arsenal X does not burn fat. All of the ingredients in Arsenal X seem to be safe. However, there are some ingredients not listed. The listed ingredients are only the key ingredients.
- One of the ingredients in Arsenal X is Vitamin B12. B12 is healthy for you, so that is a plus.
- The official website is lacking a lot of information.
- The official website only lists key ingredients and not all of them.
- May cause excessive sweating. (See reader comments.)
Arsenal X seems to be fairly safe to take. There are no testimonials to vouch for the product, so this is cause to be weary. Arsenal X is a little pricey, but the supply will last at least a month. Arsenal X is loaded with caffeine, so if you are sensitive to it or prone to reactions, you should likely avoid this product and look for something else which is better for you.