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Black Magic packs hefty highlights into the 20g serving of its pump pre Ecto Plasm

Black Magic Ecto Plasm

Black Magic has entered many different popular and competitive categories in the few years it’s been on the market, although one we expected it to enter sooner was pump pre-workout. This week the popular and reputable brand has gone ahead and done that, completely revealing and releasing its stimulant-free pre-workout built specifically to enhance pumps with Ecto Plasm.

Black Magic has packed Ecto Plasm full of common and reliable pump maximizing ingredients, all of which are openly and fully transparently dosed. You get a solid 8g of citrulline malate per serving with no mention of the malic acid ratio, 2.5g of betaine, 1.25g of agmatine, a large 150mg of the S7 blend, and the premium features, Nitrosigine and GlycerPump branded glycerol at 1.5g and 2g, respectively.

Black Magic Ecto Plasm Label

As mentioned, the goal of Black Magic’s Ecto Plasm is to improve and enhance muscle pumps, and without any stimulants, the brand does say fans stack Ecto Plasm with its stimulant pre-workout BZRK. There is some crossover, which should make for an interesting experience, as the two together give you 15g of citrulline malate, 4.5g of GlycerPump glycerol, and 5g of betaine.

Ecto Plasm is available now directly through Black Magic’s online store, and it costs the same as a full-size bottle of the pre-workout BZRK at $44.95 with the same 20 maximum servings per tub. The brand does offer automatically discounted stacks on its website, and while a combination of BZRK and Ecto Plasm is not up yet, we don’t imagine it’ll be long before one is added.