Question: "I exercise early in the morning. When should I take Red Rush, since it takes two to three hours for it to kick in? Also, what if you tend to have low blood pressure, does it normalize it?"
Answer: Take it as soon as you get up. Two to three hours is optimal initially, but over time your body will store excess nitrate and nitrite, to be converted to nitric oxide later as needed.
With AIM staff, one shot of Red Rush™ has been observed to dropping systolic blood pressure by about ten points in three hours.
Interestingly, we observed higher systolic numbers dropping more (156 to 123 or 33 points) and lower systolic numbers dropping less (103 to 96 or 7 points).
The individual with the lowest systolic just dropped to the low end of normal and did not drop below 90, which is hypotensive.
Note: Everyone should monitor their blood pressure at least a few days a week, with an inexpensive at-home meter.
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P.S. Red Rush™ was developed for Olympic speed-skater J. R. Celski, after he told biologists at The AIM Companies™ his secret weapon to peak performance was beet juice. Celski says his time trials have improved since he began drinking Red Rush™.
Note: Red Rush™ is not an energy drink and contains no artificial stimulants like caffeine or ephedra, so you will not experience a crash. Red Rush™ boosts circulation, with the extra oxygen providing more endurance naturally over time.
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