about Stoked

  1. about Stoked


    hi guys,

    Just researching test boosters atm. I got a few questions about Stoked.

    1. Being usable for PCT, i'm assuming that it acts as an Aromatase Inhibitor.. is this correct?

    2. does Stoked block SHBG from binding to Test?

    3. does Stoked block the 5AR enzyme (which produced DHT)

    4. Does Stoked boost total test? If, yes then what component of it does this.

    Cheers,


  2. Quote Originally Posted by BoyFromAus View Post
    hi guys,

    Just researching test boosters atm. I got a few questions about Stoked.

    1. Being usable for PCT, i'm assuming that it acts as an Aromatase Inhibitor.. is this correct?

    2. does Stoked block SHBG from binding to Test?

    3. does Stoked block the 5AR enzyme (which produced DHT)

    4. Does Stoked boost total test? If, yes then what component of it does this.

    Cheers,
    I can answer questions 1 and 4 and I will try to find a answer to the others for you as I want you to have the correct info.

    Question 1 Stoked can be used both as a stand alone or in pct and in a way acts as a AI. It does help reduce estrogen.

    Question 4 it will help boost total test and the trans=res is what helps with this.
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  3. I'll answer #3.
    NO
    That is what finasteride or other such products do to stop hairloss.
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  4. Here's My Take On Your Questions


    1. Being usable for PCT, i'm assuming that it acts as an Aromatase Inhibitor.. is this correct?

    Trans-Resveratrol is thought to regulate aromatase as well as estogenic receptors. Icariin metabolites are also estrogen receptor antagonists.


    2. does Stoked block SHBG from binding to Test?

    Not that I'm aware of.


    3. does Stoked block the 5AR enzyme (which produced DHT)

    Not that I'm aware of.


    4. Does Stoked boost total test? If, yes then what component of it does this.

    Icariin promotes serum/circulating testosterone levels, Trans-Res regulates aromatase and is said to boost natural test levels.

    Quercetin and piperine block degradation of Trans-Res.
    Piperine aids Trans-Res and Icariin to be absorbed in the intestines.
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  5. Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    1. Being usable for PCT, i'm assuming that it acts as an Aromatase Inhibitor.. is this correct?

    Trans-Resveratrol is thought to regulate aromatase as well as estogenic receptors. Icariin metabolites are also estrogen receptor antagonists.


    2. does Stoked block SHBG from binding to Test?

    Not that I'm aware of.


    3. does Stoked block the 5AR enzyme (which produced DHT)

    Not that I'm aware of.


    4. Does Stoked boost total test? If, yes then what component of it does this.

    Icariin promotes serum/circulating testosterone levels, Trans-Res regulates aromatase and is said to boost natural test levels.

    Quercetin and piperine block degradation of Trans-Res.
    Piperine aids Trans-Res and Icariin to be absorbed in the intestines.
    Very good answer.
    Ask me for samples of the new RecoverPRO and Maniac. 3Z is coming July 1st Facebook for more info and maybe a great deal on it coming.
    http://twitter.com/#!/TeamAISports
    http://www.facebook.com/AISportsNutrition

  6. Thank you sir!
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49
  

  
 

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