After-Gym Drink Mix

For Your Post-Workout Energy Boost

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Benefits :

The combination of L-Glutamine, L-Arginine, CaHMB and Proprietary Blend in this product:

  • Aids in Muscle growth 1
  • Helps in improving post workout recovery 2
  • Contributes to reducing post workout fatigue 3
  • Supports fat metabolism 4
  • Assists in enhancing heart health 5
  • Exhibits Antioxidant Properties 6

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About The Product

Want to get rid of your post-workout energy dips? Rasha’s After-Gym Drink Mix is the secret weapon for women! The potent combination of L-Glutamine, L-Arginine, CaHMB, and our unique proprietary blend, stimulates muscle recovery, enhances fat metabolism, boosts heart health and energy while eliminating your post-exercise fatigue.

Is this meant for me?

Do you want to increase your exercise goals and get rid of post-workout tiredness? Rasha’s After-Gym Drink Mix got you! Its potent blend of L-Glutamine, L-Arginine, CaHMB, Ashwagandha Extract, Green Tea Extract, and L-Carnitine L-Tartrate is the perfect solution for you! It promotes a better body composition by enhancing muscle growth and fat metabolism, while boosting your heart health and energy. Most importantly, it takes care of your post-workout fatigue and stimulates muscle recovery.

We recommend this easy-to-use Drink Mix for any girl and woman, who wants to improve their training routine and maximize their training results.

Recommended use

Empty 1 sachet of After-Gym Drink Mix into 200 ml of water and drink it once daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, consume this product 30 minutes after your gym sessions.


This product is a NUTRACEUTICAL and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Product Features

Product Features

Convenient Sachets

Convenient Powder melts

Scientifically proven ingredients

Scientifically-proven ingredients



FSSAI approved

FSSAI approved


Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

GMP certified


ISO certified


GMP certified


ISO certified



Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility





After-Gym Drink Mix has numerous benefits –

The combination of L-Glutamine, L-Arginine, CaHMB and Proprietary Blend in this product: 

  • Aids in Muscle growth
  • Helps in improving post workout recovery
  • Contributes to reducing post workout fatigue
  • Supports fat metabolism
  • Assists in enhancing heart health
  • Exhibits Antioxidant Properties
Regular and tough exercises can be straining for the body and the muscles. While working out your muscles get sore and your body’s energy gets depleted. You can boost your training performance and muscle recovery after workout with the right supplements. Rasha’s After-Gym Drink Mix is the perfect combination to enhance your body composition, while taking care of unwanted gym side effects like muscle soreness, cramps and fatigue.
Empty 1 sachet of After-Gym Drink Mix into 200 ml of water or milk and drink it once daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, consume this product 30 minutes after your gym sessions.

If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medications or suffering from a medical condition, consult a healthcare professional before using this product.


20 sachets are included in this package, which you can take 30 minutes after your workout.



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  1. Upasna L

    OMG, Rasha’s After-Gym Drink Mix is my post-workout savior! 💪 It’s like a secret weapon that zaps away all my energy dips. 🚀

  2. Vamakshi

    Rasha’s After-Gym Drink Mix is my go-to fix after intense workouts…. 🔥 It’s incredible how it replenishes my energy levels. 💯

  3. Zilmil

    Obsessed with Rasha’s After-Gym Drink Mix! 💥 Bye-bye energy slumps! 👋

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