Biotest

New to Indigo-3G


#1

So like almost everyone else I have stubborn body fat that I just can’t get rid of and came across this supplement, but I had a few questions as I’m new to supplement use. While I’ve read the labels and done research I just want to be sure that this is a completely safe or natural supplement. With my job I get random drug test and would hate for something to go wrong… In no way am I trying to offend anyone I just want to be 100% sure.


#2

Cyanidin 3-glucoside, the powerhouse behind Indigo-3G, is found naturally in fruit, and in blueberries in particular.

There are no worries regarding your drug testing, or in it being potentially dangerous.

Hope that helps!


#3

Yep, like SBT said, there’s no reason at all why Indigo would pop up on a drug test. Plenty of competitive, tested athletes in all sorts of sports have been using it for years. @robstein is one of them.


#4

Thanks for the tag @Chris_Colucci! I’ve taken numerous drug tests for competition and one for work, no worries.