What You Should Know
Purple Wrath is a Controlled Labs supplement for bodybuilders. The manufacturer claims the ingredients will increase muscle power and energy so the bodybuilder (or lifter) can lift longer and harder. There are no sugars included in the supplement and protein is not part of the shake mix, which is slightly uncommon. The supplement also lacks creatine which is one of the crucial ingredients when lifting to increase muscle mass.
List of Ingredients
Niacin, Vitamin B6, Potassium.
PurplEAA Complex: L-Leucine, L-Valine, L-Isoleucine, L-Lysine, L-Arginine, L-Histidine, L-Threonine, L-Methionine, L-Phenylalanine.
PurplEndurance Complex: Beta Alanine, Citrulline Malate, Betaine Anhydrous, Ginger Root, L-Norvaline.
In the PurpleEAA Complex found in Purple Wrath, the EAA stands for Essential Amino Acids. These amino acids are required in certain amounts in the body to metabolize energy and perform other life sustaining activities. There has been a debate for quite a few years over whether supplementing more than the recommended amount of EAAs was actually more beneficial than simply consuming just enough. The theory is that more amino acids would mean more energy, but that is not a proven hypothesis. In the EAA Complex are Methionine and phenylalanine. Both these amino acids may have some impact on mood.
PurplEndurance Complex is the stimulant free energy complex in Purple Wrath. Citrulline Malate may help to lessen the effects of lactic acid on the muscle, but that stimulant boost in energy will not come from this ingredient. Betaine anhydrous claims to make the muscles feel fuller; this simply means it causes water to be pulled into the muscle and that causes bloating and water retention (or weight gain). Ginger aids in digestion of the supplement and L-Norvaline is supposed to increase natural eNOS, but not proof of this claim is given. eNOS refers to Endothelial NOS.
Purple Wrath sells for $67.99 for 45 servings and $99.99 for 90 servings. The company claims a 105% money back guarantee on all products. According to the guarantee, the remaining supply can be sent back with the receipt within 30 days for a purchase price refund plus 5%.
- Ingredients are listed on the Controlled Labs website.
- Purple Wrath does not compare to other pre-workout shakes.
- The lack of stimulant ingredients will equate to a lack of energy.
- There are no testimonials for the products.
- No science backs up the claims made for Purple Wrath.
Weight loss will not be a benefit of taking Purple Wrath. This supplement is created for use before working out, on the bodybuilding level, to increase energy. Most products in this category will include a bit of caffeine (or a lot of caffeine) to boost energy, but Purple Wrath depends upon amino acids for energy and that is not a proven bet.