Beta-Alanine only works if tingles occurs?

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by frango, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. frango

    frango Blue Belt

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    So, im taking Beta-alanine from two different sources.

    -First is Cellucor BCAA which offer 1.6g for one scoop.

    -Second is Labrada
     
  2. Genghiz

    Genghiz Blue Belt

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    Shouldn't make a difference. My BA tingles sometimes and sometimes doesn't. Check your supps for any niacin content. Niacin causes harsh tingling too.
     
  3. Phantomill2k2k6

    Phantomill2k2k6 For when i decide to hit, i hit and you'll fell it

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    Well what give me skin rash and tingling is for the huge part niacin and arginin which also create a vasoconstriction (blood pumping like feeling*)

    I can't discuss it much here but once i was in need of increased unnatural stamina ,all those intense training, work, daily life chores were taking their toll etc... so i took something and let's just say that in less than 15 minutes i used to have red skin and skin rash lol that was something

    I always combo beta alanin with citrulin malate , cordyceps and tumeric if your aim is huge endurance ,also as stated it's useless to take huge amount of product since it's a load supplement , you would be wasting product.
     

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