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How long does it take for Hard AF to work?

The short answer is, based on the makers recommendation, you need to take it 45 minutes before the action.

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Here is the long answer!

It actually varies! How would you know? Well, imagine you had too much food, obviously, your gut is handling and absorbing too many things. So obviously what you eat and how much you eat has a direct effect. Food is one of the factors, alcohol, tiredness, stress level and many other factors play a role in how fast you can see the results. 

Another point that we make and we tell our customers is that these products stay in your system for more than several hours. Some even claim to stay in your system for several days, so when you have so much time to use it, why not play it safe? Just take it a few hours prior! Let's say at least 2 hours before you need them. And then, once you take them, notice how long it takes for the product's results to kick in. After that, adjust accordingly.


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