GBE shows to be a bad thing.
however Quercetin, kaepferol, and the other isoflavone dont show any actual bad activity when we use them in our supplements. They are used as PCT products, and i want to know what you think it is. Is quercetin an bad thing in general, especially in doses per day (120mg 24% biflavones), does it pose AI properties at lower doses? kaempferol seems super awesome, very promising.
Mangosteen on the otherhand shown to be very good in terms of aromatase inhibition, now this is good, but seems to be the entire plant that works as an AI not just the extracts. This also at the end states GBE works as an anti estrogen (confusing?)
Mangosteen: a powerful natural anti-oestrogen
Pycnogenol on the other hand has 2 of the same isoflavones quercetin and kaempferol, yet i have only seen things on Post menopausal women. Similar to the GBE
What is your take on GBE at 120mg per day as suggested by various different companies in relation to estrogen related sides in men.
What would you consider an optimal mangosteen extract dose for slight aromatase inhibition without crushing estrogen.