CrampFix® is a supplementary sports food that includes a proprietary formula which helps high performing sports people to achieve their performance goals.
The all natural, vegan formula has a specific blend of astringency and pH level that provides reliable and rapid relief from muscle cramps by quenching neuro muscular fatigue.
Ingredients: water, vinegar, sugar, salt, potassium, calcium, magnesium & natural flavour.
One of the ingredients is acetate (vinegar) which has a very strong and dominating taste. Most athletes do get used to the taste after using the product a few times.
CrampFix® treats cramps rapidly through the nervous system, rather than by treating the actual muscle itself. The unique CrampFix® formula acts as a sensory stimulant in the mouth and throat to send a signal to the spinal cord to block overactive nerve signals which are causing a muscle to cramp or spasm.
The CrampFix® formula has been tested for banned substances by LGC Laboratory in the United Kingdom. The testing program used is the Informed Sports banned substance test. If you require the results we are more than happy to provide these to you.
CrampFix® works rapidly to fix and prevent muscle cramps by targeting the overactive nerves that are causing the muscles to cramp. We don’t know exactly what causes muscle cramps but we know how to fix them! There is an association between premature muscle fatigue, exercise induced muscle cramp, stimulation of sensory nerves and interruption of alpha neutron (nerves) firing.
A mouth-to-nerve-to muscle connection.
CrampFix® is safe to use without affecting athletic performance, as long as consumption instructions are followed. Refer to label for instructions.
You can safely consume at least 100ml per day.
To prevent cramps consume 10-20ml, approx 10 minutes before activity.
To rapidly relieve cramps consume 15-20ml when cramp strikes or at first signs of cramp.
There are several key studies supporting the effect. Dr. Kevin Miller of Central Michigan University has conducted research supporting the beneficial effects of acetate and ‘pickle juice’. The first clinical trial was conducted on electrically induced muscle cramps (EIMC) which convincingly proved that ‘pickle juice’ successfully and rapidly reduces EIMC when compared with water as a placebo.
CrampFix® is a highly effective formula that took three years to develop specifically for professional athletes.
Drink 10-15 minutes before activity to prevent cramps.
Drink when cramp strikes or at first signs of cramp for rapid relief. If cramp is not relieved after 60 seconds, repeat dose.
Drink just 10-15ml to prevent cramps. Not the whole 50ml bottle at once. Keep the rest of the bottle for a later stage or after activity to assist recovery.
Simply screw the lid back on and keep it until you need to use it again. Due to the low pH level, CrampFix® can be safely stored as long as the lid remains on and no foreign particles fall into the bottle. Check the Best Before date on the bottle.
Buy CrampFix® online at www.crampfix.com.au or at selected stores throughout Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Korea.
CrampFix is made by Cramp Fix Pty Ltd at the Queensland, Australian based manufacturing facility.
Simply unscrew the tamper-evident lid and drink or swirl and spit 10 to 20ml in your mouth.
Crampfix® is made in Australia from all natural food sources and electrolyte minerals. It is not intended to replace water, carbohydrate or electrolyte supplements; rather improve the way these necessities are utilised during moderate and high intensity exercise. Please use as directed on pack.
Crampfix® has a strong, tangy lemon flavour which some people may find quite overpowering initially. Keep a bottle of cold water handy to drink afterwards.
A muscle cramp is a sudden and involuntary or contraction of one or more of your muscles. These contractions or spasms are painful and can occur in various muscles. The muscle or muscles gets tight and does not relax. CrampFix™ can help relax these tight, contracting muscles.
Cramps are commonly caused by overuse of a muscle, dehydration, muscle strain or simply holding a position for a prolonged period. In many cases, however, the cause isn’t known. Some people cramp frequently, some never cramp at all.