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Amino Acids

L-Citrulline Malate Powder

Increasing progress, fighting fatigue

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Explaining L-Citrulline Malate

L-Citrulline Malate can
  • increases endurance
  • reduces muscle fatigue
  • improves recovery

L-Citrulline is an amino acid that exists within our body, in some foods, and as a supplement for wellness and sport. Better exercise performance and health – these are the results of supplementing L-Citrulline, but a malate form of it can deliver even more benefits.

What’s so good about Maxler L-Citrulline Malate?

The main advantage of this amino acid is the fact that it increases energy expenditure in the cells, blood flow and stimulates protein formation. Also, L-Citrulline supplementation is linked to the infection-fighting ability, because it plays a role in boosting our immune system.

L-Citrulline Malate is involved in many processes. Some of its beneficial effects include:

  • Improving exercise performance and endurance ability;
  • Decreasing muscle breakdown – catabolism;
  • Speeding up and facilitating muscle recovery;
  • Relieving the soreness that is very common after an intense workout.

Malic acid (Malate) makes the powerful effect of L-Citrulline complete and stimulates blood circulation, thus supplying muscles with much-needed oxygen for a fruitful workout. Increased endurance and training efficiency are also results of it working. It is suitable for all kinds of athletes looking for a clean recovery amino acid supplement and performance booster.

Only first-class vegan-friendly raw material is used, which significantly boosts the bioavailability of L-Citrulline Malate.

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 1 Scoop (5 g)
Servings Per Container: 40

Amount Per 100 g Per Serving
Energy Value 377 kJ (87 kcal) 18.9 kJ (4.4 kcal)
Fat <0.1 g <0.1 g
– of which Saturated Fatty Acids <0.1 g <0.1 g
Carbohydrates <0.1 g <0.1 g
– of which Sugar <0.1 g <0.1 g
Fibers <0.1 g <0.1 g
Protein <0.1 g <0.1 g
Salt <0.01 g <0.01 g
L-citrulline DL-malate 2:1 100 g 5 g

Ingredients: L-citrulline DL-malate (100%).

Directions: take one serving (5g = 1 scoop) daily.


Citrulline and malate can be found only separately. Small amounts of citrulline can be found in watermelon rinds, melons, pumpkin, cucumbers, onions, and garlic. Malate comes in some sour fruits and berries, like green apples, quince, plums, tomatoes, apricots, cherries, and raspberries. However, the amounts in these foods are too small to affect workout performance.

It does. The malate form has better bioavailability, which means that more of the beneficial l-citrulline can be absorbed by the organism.

Our body can change L-citrulline into L-arginine, which in turn is instrumental in the synthesis of nitric oxide – a key component in the immune system’s function. It also contributes to normal vascular function, i.e. regulating blood pressure and ensuring normal blood flow.

Citrulline affects aerobic endurance, which means that you can do better and longer endurance workouts (running, swimming, etc.) by improving blood flow, which delivers oxygen to the working muscles.

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