Chaos and Pain Cannibal Permaswole

What’s for breakfast? PERMASWOOOOLLLLEEEE.


What’s for dinner? Please, please don’t hit me. It’s Permaswole, okay? It’s a supplement from Chaos & Pain that tastes like Pixy Stix and makes you feel like the Hulk. Guaranteed to annoy girlfriends and distress mothers everywhere when you proclaim that you are the masc with the vasc. C&P sent over Green Apple Hulk, so before we get to the meat of the review, let’s go over the ingredients. To give you perspective, I do a light PHAT/HIIT style workout with a trainer with an intensive, hour-long focus on core and strength exercises. Surprisingly, there aren’t many reviews of this and what reviews are out there basically equate this to crack cocaine for your muscles. It’s awesome, but crack cocaine is going too far. That’s a better descriptor for Ferox, which we’ll get to in a week or so. Quite simply, though, Permaswole is diligent as both a battle cry and an amino acid boost for the family guns. DSC_1399Permaswole’s main ingredients are: norvaline, an amino acid that helps boost cell tissue and muscle growth, citrulline, which can help with lowering blood pressure and erectile dysfunction, perfect for growing girls like myself, alpha-lipoic acid, which does something scientific with mitochondria, resveratrol, which Wikipedia tells me does almost nothing in humans, agmatine, which also lowers heart and blood pressure, among other benefits, and creatinol, a form of creatine that keeps my mother up at night worrying about her daughter’s gender. Basically, Permaswole is a sexy beta blocker with a great flavor and a decent, non-stimulant boost for workouts. I stack it with Ferox for more energy before the gym and find that it keeps me alert and helps me with endurance in between sets. (Disclaimer: I’m stealth bragging by talking about the gym, stoke my ego appropriately.)

DSC_1402But Foodette, we don’t want to hear about your amazing pectoral muscles or how gorgeously your arms glisten with definition in the sunlight, tell us how the green juice tastes. For a supplement packed with ingredients, it mixes excellently- there’s no powder at the bottom aside from a few bitter, green specks which appear to be flavor-based. However, the drink doesn’t lose its taste and has an intense, non-bitter green apple candy flavor. It’s quite an indulgent flavor profile that is easily satisfied after a 12oz. pour with one scoop- my bliss point was reached and I didn’t feel like I had to keep drinking it to reap the benefits or the taste. Skin-bursting? Pump-inducing? Not yet, but those effects are likely more for bodybuilders with more definition. But as a burgeoning workout supplement, I’m definitely getting the visual and endurance effects of the increased oxygen and amino acids after a few days of using it in the arms and pecs. What I was most impressed with was its aid in endurance, despite not being a stimulant. It helped strengthen my arms to get me to a higher weight on a dumbbell chest press and lower my weight on assisted pull-ups. With time, and active usage, I imagine this will continue to spot my workouts and boost my definition after each session at the gym.


7 thoughts on “Chaos and Pain Cannibal Permaswole”

  1. I see they’ve taken the kitchen sink approach to Ferox.

    Seriously, who the hell would include these in this amount? It sounds like an anxiety attack in a scooper. Why you would include that many stimulants is beyond me. Especially as I’m pretty sure studies have shown that Higeaamine does not make Yohimbine + Caffeine any more effective. And especially because Yohimbine is a supplemental panic attack for many.

    I would cut the dose in half if you plan to take it at all.

    Citrulline Malate 4000 mg **
    Creatine Monohydrate 2000 mg **
    Betaine Anhydrous 1500 mg **
    N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine 750 mg **
    Caffeine Anhydrous 450 mg **
    Acacia Rigidula 200 mg **
    Higenamine 75 mg **
    Hordenine 75 mg **
    Synephrine HCL 75 mg **
    Astragalus 25 mg **
    Panax Notoginseng 25 mg **
    Noopept™ (N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine ethyl ester) 20 mg **
    Bioperine 10 mg **
    Yohimbine HCL 3 mg

    1. Ferox is pretty insane- I actually combine it with my benzos as it negates that anxiety effect. I don’t dare take it without the medication, it really is more kitchen sink. I think that Permaswole is pretty clean, though. I’m keen to write about Ferox for those reasons, though. I do 1/2 scoop of Ferox, sometimes 1/3 as it’s pretty potent.

    1. I’m using it chiefly for bodybuilding and muscle growth, especially in the arms and legs. It really depends what your goals are with exercise. I can’t give too much insight as I’m not a trainer or really all too experienced independently but for me, it works well with some of the strength-based exercises I do, especially with deadlifting.

  2. absolutely not,

    Even for the ingredients that have been studies to show some ergogenic effects, statistical significance is not always very real world significant.

    a bunch of other stuff

    In that order.

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