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    Cardiovascular Research Free-Form Amino Acids (50 Grams Powder)

    • Form: Powder

    • Serving Size: 1/4 TEASPOON

    • Number Of Servings: 50 Servings

    • Price Per Serving:  ($0.30 / serving)

    • Weight: 3 OZ

    Product Label

      Ecological Formulas

      FREE - FORM AMINO ACIDS

      (Buccal Formula) Without Phenylalanine or Tryptophan

      A Dietary Supplement

      Free Form Amino Acids is a scientifically - designed supplement especially formulated for the allergic individual. Ony the purest, reagent grade, individually resolved, crystalline amino acids are used. All twenty-one essential and non-essential amino acids, as well as hydroxyproline and citrulline are included. Only phenylalanine and tryptophan are excluded.

    Directions
    Dissolve one-quarter teaspoon (1000 mg) under the tongue for rapid absorption, or as directed by a physician. This formula may also be dissolved in water prior to ingestion for oral use.

    Warning
    KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN

  • Does not contain
    Phenylalanine or trytophan.

  • Cardiovascular Research

    Free-Form Amino Acids Supplement Facts

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    Supplement Facts

    Serving Size 1/4 TEASPOON

    Servings Per Container 50

      Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
    ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS - L-LYSINE, L-LEUCINE, L-HISTIDINE, L-VALINE, L-ISOLEUCINE, L-METHIONINE, L-THREONINE 345 Mg N/A*
    AMINO ACIDS - L-GLUTAMIC ACID, L-GLYCINE, L-PROLINE, L-ASPARTIC ACID, L-CYSTINE, L-ARGININE, L-CYSTEINE, L-TYROSINE, L-ALANINE, L-GLUTAMINE, L-SERINE, L-ASPARAGINE 655 Mg N/A*

    *Daily value not established

    Other Ingredients:

    Hydroxproline and citrulline.

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    Cardiovascular ResearchFree-Form Amino Acids - 50 Grams Powder
     
    2.0

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    3.0

    Good for Energy Boost

    By C & J

    from Atlanta, GA

    About Me Rarely Work Out

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Helps With Fatigue

    Cons

    • Doesn't Mix Well

    Best Uses

    • Daily Use
    • Recovery From Injury

    Comments about Cardiovascular Research Free-Form Amino Acids - 50 Grams Powder:

    We stir this into 1/4 cup purified water with ground or fresh minced ginger to help with the taste. Think of it as a broth and it's not as bad. Provides a quick energy boost, as we do not exercise very much and eat very little meat. Good way to get aminos without Phenyl. and Trytophan, both can affect brain chemistry adversely. Husband has muscle damage from torn hamstring.

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    1.0

    very yucky tatse

    By lena mom of two

    from florida

    About Me Active, Runner

    See all my reviews

    Pros

      Cons

      • Complicated To Take
      • Doesn't Mix Well
      • Taste Gross

      Best Uses

      • Daily Use
      • Post-workout
      • Pre-workout

      Comments about Cardiovascular Research Free-Form Amino Acids - 50 Grams Powder:

      I used the product for the first time on the tongue but It made me gag and it was the most disgusting taste ever. than I started to mix 1/4 of teaspoon with juice to mask the taste but I can still taste it. I'm not sure if the product should be mixed with orange juice but it is the best method I found to cover the taste. as far as the potency I have not been able to tell the potency difference of this amino compare to pill forms I have taken in the past.

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      I ride bike and am 60 years old. need to recover after workouts
      Debra S on Jul 13, 2015
      wanted to try amino acids
      Kevin B on Aug 12, 2013
      no dicalcium phosphate
      Johnna W on Sep 15, 2014
      good brand and good product.
      Jennifer I on Jun 17, 2013
      How long have you used this product? Have you suffered any negative side effects? And would you recommend it to someone who is transitioning to a vegetarian diet? My name is Sid and I thank you for your time.
      Sidney H on Dec 16, 2013
      Best Answer: I have used this product at least 2 to 3 times and have had no problems with it. it is in powder form which I like and feel that my system approves of it. I used it while I was eating meat and now that I am largely vegetarian. So yes I would recommend it to someone transitioning to a vegetarian diet.
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      Is this formula vegan?
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