N-Acetyl L-Cysteine NAC Powder

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  • N-Acetyl L-Cysteine NAC Powder
  • N-Acetyl L-Cysteine NAC Powder
  • N-Acetyl L-Cysteine NAC Powder
  • N-Acetyl L-Cysteine NAC Powder
$11.99 - $33.99

Description

N-acetylcysteine (abbreviated as NAC) is a compound that is found naturally in the body. It is a precursor to a chemical called glutathione, which plays a large role in detoxification of foreign substances in the body. NAC itself is a strong antioxidant; it can neutralize free radicals that damage DNA and cells.

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Suggested Use: 

back-how-to-use-500g-cropped.pngAs a dietary supplement, take 600 mg (scant ~1/4 tsp) mixed with 8 ounces of water or suitable beverage. Taken 1 - 2 times daily, preferably on an empty stomach or as directed by your qualified health professional.

Allergens: 

This product contains no Soy, Dairy, Dairy byproducts, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Wheat, Gluten, Tree Nuts, or Sesame Seeds.

GMO-Free: 

This is a NON-GMO ingredient manufactured using organic starting ingredients.

Storage: 

Store in a cool, dry place. Re-seal zipper immediately after use to preserve freshness.

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9 Reviews

  • 5
    No side effects

    Posted by Jay on 2nd Jun 2016

    When I try any supplement I always start slow and increase the dosage. Hard Rhino NAC seems to be safe without and side effects. Well as to the benefits time will tell. I am taking this to increase my glutathione levels.

  • 5
    Hard Rhino amino powders are the best I've found

    Posted by Jason on 22nd Sep 2015

    I can say briefly the NAC is very good, but in general I have been using Hard Rhino's amino powders now probably for about 2 years maybe longer and for me personally they are the best and most purest amino powders I've ever taken and I have tried lots of brands and have had various issues with some of them but I have never had a problem with Hard Rhino's amino powders so I can very highly recommend them. I've been supplementing my diet now for 3 years with various amino acids everyday and I have not been sick or had any kind of cold in 3 years so I am strong believer in amino acid supplementation and Hard Rhino is among the very best if not the best. If you want to stay healthy, mentally strong, physically fit , build a better body or improve in your athletic ability buy Hard Rhino products to supplement with a healthy food diet you will be well rewarded.

  • 5
    reply to swimmingfool

    Posted by Scott on 30th Jun 2015

    No my friend, 2 lbs it is, expiration date is June 2016, I won't be buying more for a while. They've added smaller sizes lately, I was used to getting at least 1 lb of most of their products so another pound isn't that much for me if the additional discount is significant at the time. I was placing another order today to get the discount sale prices on some items and saw your post. We take a lot of the same items. I usually check items out on WebMD and Mayo clinic, then some nonmedical health websites before purchasing. Like you I started making my own pre and post workout concoctions, I like HR's products and don't mind a little extra sitting around. Watch out for the fish poop!

  • 5
    I use about about 150 mg twice / diem always take w/ some vitamin "C"

    Posted by Swimmingfool on 13th Jun 2015

    This is a fantastic adjunct to my pre-workout formula. I serves to de-obstruct the pleura and counteract mucous buildup from whey protien powders and mucous causing foods that can overburden fluid metobolism. I furiously swim 5 miles openwater / cold water (in summer) per day and cannot afford getting crapped up. So, if used wisely it will really help you keep the pipes clear!. Be carefull , go easy unill you find your balance. Some heavy lifters report blown out mucous membraines, but I think that they way over do it. I use this with spirolina, 100 mg betaine, ascorbic acid and a few grams arginine, inositol, BCAA's, malic, citruline, B-5, B-12, etc. in a tea/ juice/ probiotic innoculated chia seed cocktail pre- work formula which follows a whey protien shake by an hour or so. If I am carefull, the blend is very incredibly tasty, then I know I got it right. I hope this helps to de-mystify this substance for that guy who bought a couple pounds of this. Really unimaginable! That can't be accurate. He must have meant ounces, right? Right!

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