Ghost – Pump (Canada) – Product Opinion Review

Ghost – Pump (Canada): Ghost has officially lined up its Canadian pipeline over the last year, but to do so they have had to edit and modify a few formulations of the current line up of products being distributed. Here with Ghost Pump we get 99% of all the good good we get in the US version, but they had to remove L-Norvaline for whatever reason. Likely its non-compliant via Canada’s equivalent of the FDA/DSHEA. Ideally, you shouldn’t notice any difference except for the fact that is COLD as ICE in Canada….jokes aside, the Pump may last slightly less longer, but that shouldn’t effect anything near the time you need to get your workout in, even on the longest of leg days.

Pump by Ghost uses Nitrate Technology via NO3-T which is bound to Arginine to guarantee that full and dense muscle feeling every time you step inside the gym or for a pump-up session. They utilize tried and true Citrulline, Glycerpump, and Pine Bark to keep that pump and endurance going for stackable or solo non-stim performance in the weight room.

Ghost – Pump (Canada) Price – $36.99

Flavors:

  • Warheads Sour Watermelon
  • Lemon Lime

Ingredients:

Serving Size 2 Scoop(s)

Servings Per Container 20

  • Vitamin C (as Ascrobic Acid) 250mg
  • L-Citrulline (Vegan Fermented) 4000 mg
  • Arginine Nitrate (N03-T®) 2500 mg
  • Taurine 2000 mg
  • Glycerpump™ (Glycerol Powder 65%) 1500 mg
  • Pine Bark (Pinus pinaster) Extract (95% Proanthcyanidins) 200 mg
  • Astragin® (Astragin® membranaceus & Panax notoginseng) Root extracts 50 mg

Ghost – Pump (Canada) Other Ingredients:

  • Polydextrose, Malic Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Citric Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Calcium Silicate, Tartaric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Sucralose, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Blue #1

Ghost – Pump (Canada): Ghost has officially lined up its Canadian pipeline over the last year, but to do so they have had to edit and modify a few formulations of the current line up of products being distributed. Here with Ghost Pump we get 99% of all the good good we get in the US version, but they had to remove L-Norvaline for whatever reason. Likely its non-compliant via Canada’s equivalent of the FDA/DSHEA. Ideally, you shouldn’t notice any difference except for the fact that is COLD as ICE in Canada….jokes aside, the Pump may last slightly less longer, but that shouldn’t effect anything near the time you need to get your workout in, even on the longest of leg days.

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