Below we take an in-depth look at LA Muscle Limitless, to see if it could really do all of these things and to decide if it is safe to take.
LA Muscle Limitless is an energy supplement to increase alertness and combat fatigue. You are required to take either 3 or 6 capsules each day spread throughout the day, which may make it hard to remember to take and also means that one bottle will only last for 15 days if the maximum dose is taken, making it very expensive.
It is manufactured by an established UK company, LA Muscle; a company that specialise in body-building products.
Gotu Kola can cause a range of side effects including nausea, an upset stomach, and drowsiness. There is concern that gotu kola might cause liver damage. People who already have a liver disease such as hepatitis should avoid using gotu kola. It might make liver problems worse. Stop using gotu kola and call your healthcare provider at once if you have any signs of liver problems, such as nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-coloured stools, or jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes).
There are also possible side effects from the Siberian Ginseng. These include drowsiness, changes in heart rhythm, sadness, anxiety, and muscle spasms. In high doses, increased blood pressure might occur.
Glycine generally does not cause side effects, but it can cause some gastrointestinal side effects including soft stools, nausea, vomiting, and stomach upset.
Choline supplementation can cause a range of side effects including sweating, a fishy body odour, gastrointestinal distress, diarrhoea, and vomiting.
We think LA Muscle Limitless is better than some similar products on the market. The company are established and professional, and we find ourselves believing their guarantee and trading policy. This supplement will appeal to some although it seems unlikely it will work as brilliantly as the advertising suggests. You may feel something, but it is unlikely that it will reduce stress levels and improve sleep quality.
There are inaccuracies in the product information on the website. The names are written differently to on the label and Choline Bitartrate is missing from the list. We wouldn’t expect these mistakes from such a reputable company.
There is not enough scientific human evidence to support the use of some of the ingredients, particularly Kola nut for use for fatigue. Kola nut contains caffeine so it may give more energy to the consumer, but as three doses a day are required with this supplement it may interfere with sleep. Other ingredients, such as Siberian Ginseng are underdosed even with 6 capsules a day.
LA Muscle is a good, solid, reputable company, but this supplement is let down by its ingredients and low dosages and so we have no choice but to reject this supplement.
We do not recommend LA Muscle Limitless to our readers.
LA Muscle Limitless is a supplement that is claimed to do a number of things all at once, including improving focus and concentration, increasing alertness and motivation, boosting energy levels, and fighting mental fatigue.
It uses a combination of natural ingredients such as Kola nut, Siberian ginseng, and amino acids, but the ingredients are mostly either underdosed or do not have the human evidence to back up their use.
Siberian Ginseng Root, or Eleutherococcus senticosus, is thought to be a powerful herb to combat fatigue and improve physical performance. It is more recently being trialled for its benefits in protecting the brain from decline, but studies are few and the results are not yet reliable. Supplements of between 300-1200mg would be most beneficial.
Siberian ginseng is supposed to reduce stress and improve alertness. You get either 60mg or 120mg of Siberian ginseng each day depending on the dosage taken of Limitless. Some studies show that Siberian ginseng may prove effective in the treatment of bronchitis, rheumatism, and heart disease. It may also improve stress and reduce mental fatigue. But, all these benefits are dose dependent and are evident only when you take up between 300-1200mg per day. Another thing to bear in mind is that even if you get enough, Siberian ginseng may not work for everyone. For instance:
Another issue with Siberian ginseng is that even when it creates an impact, the effects wear off in a short time. In fact, you may experience a crash when you are not under the effect of Siberian ginseng. Moreover, it is important to understand that Siberian ginseng works only when you get enough of its active compound. You should see results when you take ginseng with at least 0.8% eleutherosides. Unfortunately, LA Muscle shares no information in this regard.
LA Muscle Limitless also contains Gotu Kola or Kola nut, a herb that is supposed to help relieve stress and anxiety. Some supplement manufacturers say that Kola nut helps because it contains chemicals called triterpenoids. Unfortunately, you will not find scientific evidence to support any medicinal claims associated with the use of Kola nut. Some studies with positive results have used very large doses so the dosage here is probably too low.
LA Muscle, established in 1997 describes itself as an ‘ethical Sports nutrition’ company. They are based in the UK, despite the US name, and sell all over the world with a presence in over 100 countries. LA Muscle is based in North London and has a shop that you can visit, although the majority of their business is carried out online.
The company offer a 100% money-back guarantee and a loyalty programme which provides discounts on LA Muscle products.
LA Muscle Limitless claims to be an amazing pre-workout, motivation booster, energy booster, and “wake-me-up” super-supplement.
It is also said to:
We think it is unlikely that Limitless will work as described. There is not enough scientific human evidence to support the use of some of the ingredients, and others are at a too low dose to have their desired effects.
Kola nut contains caffeine so it may give more energy to the consumer, but three doses a day are required with this supplement, and so you would need to be careful taking it late in the day as it could interfere with sleep.
The ingredients used in LA Muscle Limitless are listed below. The ingredient quantities listed are correct for 3 capsules.
Gotu Kola can cause a range of side effects including:
There is also a concern that gotu kola might cause liver damage. People who already have a liver disease such as hepatitis should avoid using Gotu Kola. It might make liver problems worse. Stop using gotu kola and call your healthcare provider at once if you have any signs of liver problems, such as nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-coloured stools, or jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes).
Glycine can cause some gastrointestinal side effects including:
Choline supplementation can cause a range of side effects including:
There are also possible side effects from the Siberian Ginseng:
If you have a medical condition, please refer to your physician. If you get “any” side effects at all, stop use and refer to your doctor immediately. Never take more than the recommended dosage. Male hormone boosters are for people over 18 and mature for their age. If in doubt about anything at all, please contact LA Muscle.
There are only 10 reviews on Amazon, over half of which are positive.
bought this from seller before and no doubt will do again. Comes really fast
On the official LA Muscle website they say there are over 3,000 reviews that apparently give the product 5 stars, however it is not possible to view all of these. The ones that we can see are all unsurprisingly positive.
LA Muscle does offer a money-back guarantee.
According to the company, you can return your product, opened or unopened, within 30 days from the date of your receipt for a full refund. If you buy a bulk order, only one tub can be opened in order to qualify for the money-back guarantee.
You can buy it from the official website for £49.99 or at discounted prices for multiple purchases.
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