Rhino Black Pumped

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When taking any supplements, more is not always better; taking too much of any supplement greatly increases the chances of side effects occurring. The directions for use for Rhino Black Pumped are conflicting between the website and the supplement facts label, making it very possible to take an excessively large dose.

Below we take an in-depth look at Rhino Black Pumped, to see what benefits this stimulant-free supplement offers consumers.

Rhino Black Pumped Pros

  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Stimulant-free; no caffeine or other stimulants
  • Customer reviews suggest it is a strong and effective supplement

Rhino Black Pumped Cons

  • Conflicting directions for use
  • Long list of potential side effects
  • Incredibly expensive
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What You Need To Know About Rhino Black Pumped

Rhino Black Pumped is a stimulant-free pre-workout supplement. Supposed benefits include an increase in energy levels, enhanced pump, and increased performance in the gym. The product is incredibly expensive, and there are conflicting instructions regarding how to take the supplement (1/2 a scoop, 1 scoop, or even 2 scoops!?).

What Are The Side Effects Of Rhino Black Pumped?

The list of ingredients used in Rhino Black Pumped is huge, and so it is unsurprising that there is a long list of potential side effects that could develop whilst taking this supplement.

Although Tyrosine is tolerated generally in very high doses, it can cause some side effects including nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn, and joint pain.

Lion’s Mane Mushroom can cause mild stomach discomfort, and could lower blood sugar levels. If you suffer from an autoimmune disease do not use Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum); increasing the potency of your immune system is a bad idea if your immune system is attacking you. Do not use Reishi if on immunosuppressant therapy in accordance with an autoimmune disease, it is possible Reishi could negate or hinder the immunosuppressant therapy.

Betaine can cause some minor side effects, including nausea, stomach upset, and diarrhoea, as well as body odour. Cholesterol levels sometimes go up whilst taking Betaine. Glycerol Monostearate can cause dry mouth and drowsiness.

Agmatine Sulfate could cause gastrointestinal disturbances, including diarrhoea, nausea, and vomiting.

Choline supplementation can cause a range of side effects including sweating, a fishy body odour, gastrointestinal distress, diarrhoea, and vomiting.

A-GPC can cause side effects in some people including heartburn, headache, insomnia, dizziness, skin rash, and confusion.

Citrulline Malate can cause an upset stomach in some people, but this is less likely if taken on an empty stomach.

How Much Does Rhino Black Pumped Cost?

Rhino Black Pumped can be purchased from the official Muscle Sport website, where a single tub costs $74.99. Delivery charges may also apply. Each tub contains 40 half-scoop servings (for beginners) or 20 full scoop servings (for advanced users).

This is a very expensive supplement! Each serving (if taking the smaller half-scoop serving) costs around $1.87, whilst a full serving of one scoop costs $3.75; this price per serving is far higher than many other comparable supplements on the market. Even more worryingly, the directions for use state that the recommended serving size is two scoops, which pushes the cost of the supplement up even more!

Our Verdict On Rhino Black Pumped

There are a lot of ingredients in Rhino Black Pumped, many of which are present in significant doses. The product is stimulant-free.

The ingredient quantities provided on the product label are given per half-scoop or per scoop (described as a beginner or advanced serving respectively), but the directions for use recommend taking two scoops before exercise. If taking a two scoop serving, a single tub will last for just 10 days of use; this is an incredibly expensive supplement already, but the low number of servings per tub makes the product prohibitively expensive to take.

The conflicting directions for use and serving size could also have implications on side effects and the effectiveness of the supplement. Taking a two scoop serving would make the chances of side effects incredibly likely, especially considering that the list of potential side effects that could be caused by Rhino Black Pumped is very long.

The manufacturers offer a 30-day returns policy.

Overall, we do not recommend Rhino Black Pumped to our readers.

Rhino Black Pumped Review

Rhino Black Pumped is a stimulant-free pre-workout supplement. Supposed benefits include an increase in energy levels, enhanced pump, and increased performance in the gym.

Rhino Black Pumped Facts

  • Manufactured by MuscleSport
  • 20 scoops per tub
  • Stimulant-free

Rhino Black Pumped is available in a range of flavours, which include Jungle Juice, Pineapple, White Monster, Cosmic Candy, and Root Beer.

How to Take Rhino Black Pumped

Directions for use are as follows: Mix one serving (2 scoops) with 16-20 ounces of water or your energy based pre-workout and drink approximately 30 minutes prior to training.

However, the label suggests that beginners should take a ½ scoop serving, whilst “advanced” consumers should take a one scoop serving. We recommend trying a smaller dosage to assess your tolerance.

Rhino Black Pumped is manufactured by MuscleSport, a company based in the USA. The manufacturers can be contacted using the information provided on their official website.

Rhino Black Pumped Concerns:

  • Conflicting directions for use
  • Long list of potential side effects
  • Incredibly expensive

What Does Rhino Black Pumped Claim To Do?

The manufacturers provide the following description of the product’s benefits:

  • 8 Potent Pump Producing Ingredients*
  • Features Peak O2, Nitrosigine, & AmentoPump
  • Cellular ATP Ignitor & Focus Matrix*
  • Stimulant Free
  • Clinically Dosed
  • Fully Transparent Label
  • Mixes Easily With No Grit
  • Delicious Flavors

And,

Love Rhino Black Pre-Workout but can’t handle the stimulants?

Made with 3 primary blends designed to maximise cognitive function, increase performance and blood flow and enhance nutrient uptake, Rhino Black Series Pumped is a performance enhancing pre-workout that is stimulant free.

  • Increase Energy
  • Enhance Pump
  • Increase Performance

With complete clinically researched, backed and dosed ingredients, Rhino Black Pumped is designed to flood the system with nutrients, increase blood flow beyond expectations and enhance recovery through the synergistic blend of nutrient delivery ingredients.

Combining vasodilation enhancing ingredients alongside ATP synthesising amino acids and hygroscopic hydrating agents, Rhino Black Pumped will have your system flooding with blood to a level you couldn’t imagine existed.

Enhance your pump, drive cognitive performance though nootropic use and break performance plateaus without the need for stimulants.

Does Rhino Black Pumped Work?

Glycerol Monostearate may help consumers to rehydrate following exercise, as it binds with water in a way that allows the body to store more water quickly. Betaine is thought by some to improve athletic performance, but results from clinical trials are not very encouraging. L-Citrulline supplementation could help to improve blood flow to the muscles, and increase the “pump” effect during exercise (where muscles look pumped up and inflated due to use and increased blood flow).

Alpha-GPC might help enhance power output, and may convey some nootropic benefits.

There are numerous mushrooms in the Rhino Black Pumped formula; these have a variety of different benefits, but they are generally not directly related to workouts. Benefits include a boost to the immune system.

What Are The Ingredients of Rhino Black Pumped?

The ingredients found in Rhino Black Pumped are detailed below. ‘Beginners’ take ½ a scoop, whilst ‘Advanced’ consumers take a full scoop. The ingredient quantities listed below are the amounts found in a Beginner serving of half a scoop. Some individual ingredient quantities are provided, but there is also a proprietary formula.

Cellular ATP Ignitor

  • Peak O2 500 mg
  • Cordyceps militaris (Cordyceps): One study in mice found that Cordyceps Militaris Extract was an “effective agent against fatigue” in forced running and forced swim tests. It has not been studied in humans. Another type of Cordyceps, Codyceps Sinensis, might have nootropic benefits and is far more commonly used in supplements. Source
  • Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi): Reishi supplementation could help to activate Natural Killer Cells present in the body, which could help to boost the immune system. Studies also highlight that participants taking Reishi in studies report slight improvements in their subjective wellbeing (whilst being studied for other benefits). The mechanisms behind this are unknown, and it could be that the participants felt better overall because Reishi reduced other symptoms. Source
  • Pleurotus eryngii (King Trumpet): Also known as King Oyster mushrooms. There are very few studies into this mushroom, but it appears to be a bioactive mushroom, rich in antioxidants. It could potentially boost the immune system. Source
  • Lentinula edodes (Shiitake): These mushrooms contain chemicals that can help to lower cholesterol levels. Research is being conducted to investigate Shiitake’s potential role in reducing cancerous tumours. Source
  • Hericium erinaceus (Lion’s Mane): Also known as Yamabushitake, this ingredient is a mushroom. It has only been studied once in humans when looking specifically at cognitive decline; the study found that taking 3 grams per day caused significant improvements on a rating scale of dementia in persons suffering from general cognitive decline. It has never been studied in cognitively healthy humans. Source
  • Trametes versicolor (Turkey Tail): Used traditionally in Chinese Medicine as an immune booster. A specific extract of this mushroom has been used in cancer research, in the hopes that it reduces the side effects of chemotherapy. IT is unclear why it has been used in Rhino Black Pumped. Source
  • L-Tyrosine 500 mg: An amino acid that is a building block of protein, this ingredient is found naturally in many foods including meat and dairy products. In existing trials, L-Tyrosine appears to effectively improve cognition and memory during stressful periods. Source
  • Alpha-GPC (Alpha-Glycerol Phosphoryl Choline 50%) 300 mg: In Europe alpha-GPC is a prescription medication for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, but in the USA it is a prescription free dietary supplement. It appears to have some cognitive-boosting properties, helps to prevent cognitive decline, and may also enhance power output in athletes. Source
  • DL-Choline Bitartrate 250 mg: Choline supplementation appears to improve attention, and could improve memory. Choline is required to make increased levels of acetylcholine in the brain, a neurotransmitter which is linked with improved learning, memory retention and recall. Source

Rhino NOX Pump Matrix

  • Citrulline Malate 2:1 3.5 grams: L-Citrulline is thought to increase l-arginine levels in the body, which in turn widens the blood vessels and increases blood flow to the muscles. Source
  • Betaine Anhydrous 98% 750 mg: Betaine can help relieve conditions associated with hardening in the arteries. Although it is thought by some to improve athletic performance, scientific trials have failed to show consistent results with trained/untrained men. Source
  • Nitrosigine (Inositol Stabilized Arginine Silicate) 500 mg: This patented complex raises the levels of arginine in the blood for far longer than normal (up to 3 hours according to one clinical trial). The same trial indicates that the ingredient increases NO production and blood flow.
  • Taurine 500 mg: Taurine is an amino acid that helps to build protein. It is not often known why it is so frequently added to energy drinks, although some claim that it helps improve athletic and mental performance. Source
  • Agmatine Sulfate 375 mg: Agmatine Sulfate is thought by some to act as a useful form of pain relief, although most sports supplement manufacturers promote it as a way to improve performance and aid exercise recovery. Source
  • L-Ornithine HCL 375 mg: This rarely-used ingredient is actually an amino acid. One outdated study linked its use with improvements in lean mass and power output in weightlifters, but these results have not been replicated elsewhere. Source
  • Glycerol Monostearate 375 mg: Glycerol helps rehydration after exercise, as it allows for more water to be stored in the body. As dehydration can severely limit exercise performance, glycerol supplementation appears to help maximise performance, and one study suggests that it can also promote increased endurance and stamina. Source
  • AmentoPump (Selaginella tamariscina) (leaves) 50 mg: AmentoPump is a branded form of this plant. One study states that Amentoflavone, the active compound, has shown antiviral, antioxidant, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory and analgesic activity. It could potentially help with wound healing. Source

Nutrient Uptake Matrix

  • Astragin 25 mg: Astragin is a proprietary blend of Astragalus membranaceus Extract (root) & Panax notoginseng Extract. Research indicates that Astragalus helps to control blood-sugar levels, making it an effective treatment for diabetes. Studies in mice suggest that Panax notoginseng may help to reduce blood sugar levels, and could also aid in weight loss by improving insulin and leptin sensitivity. Source
  • Vanadyl Sulfate 3.75 mg

Does Rhino Black Pumped Have Any Side Effects?

The list of ingredients used in Rhino Black Pumped is huge, and so it is unsurprising that there is a long list of potential side effects that could develop whilst taking this supplement.

Although Tyrosine is tolerated generally in very high doses, it can cause some side effects including nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn, and joint pain.

Lion’s Mane Mushroom can cause mild stomach discomfort, and could lower blood sugar levels. If you suffer from an autoimmune disease do not use Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum); increasing the potency of your immune system is a bad idea if your immune system is attacking you. Do not use Reishi if on immunosuppressant therapy in accordance with an autoimmune disease, it is possible Reishi could negate or hinder the immunosuppressant therapy.

Betaine can cause some minor side effects, including nausea, stomach upset, and diarrhoea, as well as body odour. Cholesterol levels sometimes go up whilst taking Betaine. Glycerol Monostearate can cause dry mouth and drowsiness.

Agmatine Sulfate could cause gastrointestinal disturbances, including diarrhoea, nausea, and vomiting.

Choline supplementation can cause a range of side effects including sweating, a fishy body odour, gastrointestinal distress, diarrhoea, and vomiting.

A-GPC can cause side effects in some people including heartburn, headache, insomnia, dizziness, skin rash, and confusion.

Citrulline Malate can cause an upset stomach in some people, but this is less likely if taken on an empty stomach.

Caution:

Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. If you are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase. If you experience any side effects, discontinue use immediately.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Rhino Black Pumped?

We struggled to locate many customer reviews for Rhino Black Pumped.

So I have tried multiple Nitrous boosters and this is amazing! I just finished up 20 servings and the pump was amazing.

At half the dose it is already formidable in many aspects, one of the surprises was to see the exclusion of creatine and beta alanine… On the same note I feel a little too much was going on, I like the inclusion of amento pump – it has some very interesting properties, varying from increased fat breakdown to vasodilation, which may also increase the body’s ability to get nutrients into muscle cells plus it has a direct effect on increasing strength. I feel as If it was overkill in someways but alas a very jam packed formulation.

Taste
Pineapple 4/10
MuscleSport really has some great and unique flavor options, throughout their range. I received pineapple… At 1/2 a scoop or at a full serving this to me was overly artificial and tasted bitter af. Now understanding it’s laced with a million ingredients it must be a challenge to make something so advanced in formulation taste great, I am not making any excuses, because so many companies have made advanced formulas that actually taste good. This was something I had to chug down, sadly. Plus it was chalky too.

Mixability
Well it was rather chalky and required a thorough shaking, but as expected it was gritty and nasty at the end.

Effectiveness
This stuff is not for the beginner or a newbie, it hit me pretty hard to first time I used it, it does require a transitional phase as such, so my advice is to start off with a 1/2 serving. I felt a bit ill and had a bit of a headache at first but after a while everything got better. I hardly noticed any difference when it came to endurance and strength. I liked an aspect of a non stim pre as it strikes boxes I thrive on as I am not a fan of heavy stims but seeing that this formula is set for their stimulant pre workout makes me feel a bit upset as I feel they left out the best ingredients such as beta alanine and creatine. I noticed a slight jolt of energy but nothing to really special.

The most impressive part of this, is the pump aspect. I found myself looking swole af after just a few sets compared to the end of my workout where I’d be looking my peak, this was the most formidable aspect to me. On the other hand the focus wasn’t all that appealing to me, I mean there is alot going on here and at a full scoop it worked but I felt like less emphasis here would have been better, I am a minimalist fan and using tyrosine and choline by themselves yielded a far better response at lower doses than this. I understand that MSI is a brand that wants to be premium in every aspect and I feel their labeling and range is rather good but being a bit too extravagant will have its flaws, nothing wrong with their clinical dosing but a bit of overkill. I did not experience any stomach issues aswell.

But on the flip side if you are used to hefty dosages this may suit you alot better than it did me.

Does Rhino Black Pumped Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

The manufacturers of Rhino Black Pumped state that they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee:

If for any reason, within 30 days from date of purchase, you are not completely satisfied with your order we will exchange or refund the purchase price upon receipt of the return shipment.

Where Can I Buy Rhino Black Pumped?

Rhino Black Pumped can be purchased from the official Muscle Sport website, where a single tub costs $74.99. Delivery charges may also apply. Each tub contains 40 half-scoop servings (for beginners) or 20 full scoop servings (for advanced users).

For Australian customers, the product is sold from NutritionWarehouse.com.au. Here a single tub costs AUD$69.95 plus delivery charges.

Customers should ensure that they do not confuse this product with another from the Muscle Sport range, Rhino Black, which has a different ingredient profile, and is cheaper and more widely available.

Summary: Rhino Black Pumped


Rhino Black Pumped

2 out of 5
Rhino Black Pumped Rating

The Muscle Watchdog does not recommend Rhino Black Pumped.

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