Xtremis Cartel, previously known as ASC Supplements, has rolled out the red carpet for an all-new entry into the advanced side of the nootropic category, introducing the packed-out product Xtremis Magico. The brand has become known for its potent, high-intensity, and well-dosed supplements, including the likes of El Jefe, Sicario, and the amino cocktail Bomba, and it continues that into Magico for the purpose of enhancing energy and focus.
Loaded energy and focus formula
Xtremis Cartel Magico is not short on highlights, as despite focusing primarily on two specific types of effects, it has packed the supplement with plenty to not only deliver a reliable experience but a comprehensive one at that. The completely transparent facts panel for the product is directly below, with over ten main ingredients, including a pre-workout-like combined caffeine count of 400mg from regular caffeine anhydrous and Infinergy di-caffeine malate.
Alongside the robust dose of caffeine, Xtremis Magico includes 300mg of theobromine, a huge 5g of tyrosine, 1.5g of acetyl-l-carnitine, half a gram each of citicoline and mucuna pruriens, 300mcg of huperzine a, 10mg of pregnenolone, and a solid 1g of alpha-GPC. The brand has also selected a few premium components by way of VincaMIND vincamine at 20mg in a maximum serving and the proven CognatiQ, previously Neurofactor, double its usual amount, at 200mg.
Double as a nootropic pre-workout
Generally, pre-workouts, pump supplements, and advanced nootropics like Xtremis Magico need to be taken at their maximum amount for a well-dosed experience, but that is not entirely the case here. At a single serving, most of the dosages are equal to most other highly-competitive nootropics, which is important if you’re like us and prefer caffeine around 200mg outside of the gym. The two-scoop serving Magico is just a powerhouse experience that could easily double as a nootropic pre-workout and even be stacked with Sicario for additional muscle pump support.
Black Friday savings
Xtremis Cartel has made its promising debut in the nootropic space, available for purchase first over at Nutri Cartel, where it carries a regular price of $49.99 for 20 maximum or 40 regular servings, and that is competitive considering what you get. Xtremis Magico comes in the one Blackberry Lemonade flavor, and if you get in this week during the retailer’s Black Friday sale, you’ll pay only $38.99 or as low as $33.99 depending on the side of your order.