S.A.N CM2 Supreme Review
Taking creatine to the next level, CM2 offers (they claim) the world’s first molecularly modified creatine, enabling it to be easily and robustly absorbed into the body. Working in tandem with beta alanine and Di-L-arginine, this supplement works to support the body’s production of carnosine and enhances the work of creatine.
The result? Delayed fatigue, increased muscle mass and faster, easier recovery after training.
This self-proclaimed ‘muscle volumiser’ is so confident it will transform your workouts that it offers a free money back guarantee if it fails to perform. But just how likely are you to return it? Let’s look at the facts.
S.A.N CM2 Supreme’s Formula?
The formula of S.A.N CM2 is fully disclosed, so there are no nasty surprises. It contains the following:
- Di-L-arginine-L-malate (2g)
- B-alanine (1.6g)
- Creatine HCI (1g)
Microcrystalline cellulose, calcium carbonate, hydroxypropyl cellulose, silicon dioxide, croscarmellose sodium, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, stearic acid
Directions for Use
Take six tablets once or twice daily, preferably taking one serving 30 minutes before working out and the second immediately after finishing your workout.
This product is best used on a six week on, six week off cycle, and you should never take more than 12 tablets in any 24 hour period.
Unfortunately, we were unable to locate ANY reviews available from people who have tried this supplement…. so we have no idea if its effective or not..
Where to buy S.A.N CM2 Supreme
You can buy CM2 from S.A.N’s website, Sann.net, where it costs $44.95 for a tub containing 40 servings (240 tablets). You can also find this supplement at Amazon.com, Smartpowders.com, Powderbody.co.uk and Elitesupplements.co.uk .
Cash Back Guarantees/Return Policy
All S.A.N supplements come complete with a 30-day money back guarantee. If you’re not happy with the results after trying CM2 Supreme, whether directly from the manufacturer or any other outlet, simply return the unused portion for a no-questions-asked guarantee.
With the distinct ( and worrying) lack of user reviews, its hard to make a firm decision about just how good (or bad) this could be…the formula looks reasonable.. it does lack a few proven energy boosting ingredients, but overall it is a simple and hopefully effective supplement.
The amount of pills per dose (6) is a hell of a lot to take at once, and at maximum dose (2 servings per day) you are only getting enough for 20 days supply.. so its not the best value out there..
Could provide some benefits – the jury is certainly out with this one…