KYÄNI NITRO™ PRODUCTS
KYÄNI NITRO FX™
Kyäni NitroFX™ is a proprietary blend of noni concentrate that has been proven to increase the production of Nitric Oxide (NO). Also known as “The Molecule of Life,” Nitric Oxide repairs, defends, and maintains every cell of the body. Studied extensively by researchers and physicians, Nitric Oxide has been touted as a powerful, health-promoting molecule by tens of thousands of scientific papers.
KYÄNI NITRO XTREME™
Built upon the foundation of Kyäni Nitro FX™, Kyäni Nitro Xtreme™ contains even more nitrate from the proprietary blend of Noni concentrate for increased Nitric Oxide (NO) production in the body. In addition, Nitro Xtreme™ contains CoQ10, Magnesium, Zinc, Chromium, and Niacin. Among many other benefits, these additional nutrients also boost the body’s production of Nitric Oxide.
Kyäni Nitro Xtreme™ is specifically designed for the most demanding parts of your day. Whether you’re an athlete, business professional, student, or busy parent, Nitro Xtreme is perfect for increased energy, physical stamina, and mental clarity.
Nitric Oxide: The Molecule of Life
In 1998, three scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology of Medicine for their work on Nitric Oxide. Now called “The Molecule of Life,” Nitric Oxide has been shown to positively influence:
One of Nitric Oxide’s most important qualities is the ability to dilate the blood vessels, leading to improved circulation and heart health.
Nitric Oxide is a “signaling molecule” with anti-inflammatory effects.
Nitric Oxide is an essential chemical messenger, improving the storage of information and communication between neurons.
Nitric Oxide helps improve motility and microcirculation, promoting blood flow and nutrient delivery throughout the body.
Nitric Oxide has been shown to naturally increase blood flow, which is essential to improved sexual libido, performance, and satisfaction.
“In my 25 years of research, I have never seen a molecule [like Nitric Oxide] that so pervasively influences normal and abnormal body functions.”
Dr. Solomon Snyder Director of Neuroscience, John Hopkins Medical School