- 07-23-2012, 07:43 PM
Prolactrone is the first supplement designed specifically to reduce prolactin levels.
Elevated prolactin can cause a host of unwanted side effects including Gyno, lactation, and severe erectile dysfunction.
Insomnia and mood issues are often also present.
Prolactin combats these sides as well as having some great side effects of its own.
Elevated HGH levels
- 07-23-2012, 08:38 PM
07-24-2012, 07:22 AM
Looks like a solid product. Having more prolactin targeting products to choose from is always a good thing. Sometimes regular b6 and ldopa just doesn't cut it .
~ Nothing can kill the Grimace!!
07-24-2012, 06:15 PM
Well the problem is b6 causes the Ldopa to be metabolized outside the Blood brain barrier making it pretty much worthless.
So.....you need a decarboxylase inhibitor and also preferably a COMT inhibitor for the Ldopa to do its job.
EGCG is Both a decarboxylase inhibitor and a COMT inhibitor.
07-24-2012, 06:16 PM
You dont see any medications that use Ldopa WITHOUT the concurrent use of a DCI. There is a reason for that.
07-26-2012, 05:58 PM
07-26-2012, 06:43 PM
Compare it to research chems in price and then factor in the fact you ACTUALLY know what it is and it seems very worth it to me
07-26-2012, 07:54 PM
Considering whats in the bottle its pretty cheap.
Understand that there are a ton of products on the market with macuna or Ldopa extracts.
They are almost all 15-25% extracts.
Ours is 99%
ITs priced accordingly and it works as wel as it does because of the quality of the ingredients.
07-26-2012, 08:14 PM
We have set retail prices so no. It wont get cheaper. Ever.
07-26-2012, 08:46 PM
I think youll be impressed at any price.
Cabergoline and prami are not exactly cheap and you might get clen or t3 or nothing at all if you buy from a research chem site.
08-17-2012, 01:22 AM
Commonly people will take Ldopa
or a combo of the two.
Unfortunately combining the two is a terrible idea. P5p/B6 causes ldopa to be metabolized into dopamine OUTSIDE the brain.
Dopamine cannot pass the blood brain barrier so taking B6/P5p with ldopa makes them both worthless to reduce prolactin levels.
Instead, Ldopa must be run concurrently with a decarboxylase inhibitor and ideally also a COMT inhibitor in order to prevent metabolism and allow the ldopa to pass the Blood brain barrier and convert into dopamine within the brain.
Prolactrone does this.
Other products currently being offered....combine B6 and Ldopa meaning your paying for expensive urine and elevated prolactin levels.
08-17-2012, 01:53 AM
Here is a drug interaction link for Ldopa. Youll see B6 has a level 4 out of 5 negative interaction level.
Even 15mg of b6 or even a lower dose of P5P will reverse any benefit of the LDOPA for use in elevating dopamine or reducing prolactin levels.
08-17-2012, 09:10 PM
11-27-2012, 04:10 PM
loved the formeron, loving prolactrone, no homo, but since i starting taking 1 pill before sleep ive been
having morning wood every morning. props to BLR
11-28-2012, 02:31 AM
Yah its great for libido!
11-30-2012, 05:19 AM
Been lerking in the back ground for some time, some real good info on here.
I ‘m very intrested in reducing my prolactin level without having to use Cabergoline etc, and Prolactrone looks promising however having done a little research I’m somewhat confused.
My question is regarding the ingredients that make up Prolactrone, I understand the reasoning behind not combing l-dopa with b6 and from the information given here Prolactrone does not do that, but from a post on iron magazine forum it does ?
"Cabergoline and prami do work. Thats what they are designed for. Some people dont really notice any sides but I did and most people I personally know experience some unwanted sides.
Prolactrone uses a 99% ldopa extract + vit b6 + vit e.
By themselves they will elevate dopamine and reduce prolactin but combined they do the same on a far greater level."
Have I missed read one or the other ?
11-30-2012, 12:55 PM
Actually Prolactrone is 99% Ldopa extract + Green tea standardized for EGCG.
It is true combining B6 and Ldopa would be a poor choice for reducing prolactin.
12-01-2012, 07:21 AM
Brundel sorry mate but I'm really confused as to what's actually in your Prolactrone, the quote I posted above is a post you put on another forum stating that it does contain b6, I've since found another post by you on the same forum, (please below) which again states b6 is in the product. Can you please clarify.
"Black Lion makes a product with a 99% Ldopa extract. (most companies use garbage)
Its more expensive but its far superior.
It also has pyridoxine (B6)
and vit E.
Its intended use is to lower prolactin but it also elevates HGH. "
12-17-2012, 06:15 PM
How long tell I notice it?
Can I take more than 3 aday? I'm 180p
With or without food ?
Can I take other hgh supplements with it? Like powerful.
Do I need to cycle it?
There is alot of not clear details about it so please help.
12-18-2012, 01:58 PM
12-18-2012, 02:02 PM
Some people can get stomach issues with Ldopa ..if this happens take it with food.
Stick to the recommended dosage on the bottle there is a reason for the recommended dosages.
Cycle it yes. 10-12 weeks max then at least a month off.
12-19-2012, 01:18 PM
01-04-2013, 03:41 PM
I just finished my Tzone cycle and began an 11-spray/pump spray bridge into PCT. Over the holidays my sleep went to ****. This seems to always happen to me when I travel. I went multiple days with just a couple hours of sleep, worst feeling ever. Since I got back home things have improved only slightly. I just started taking Prolactrone (one cap a day) for better sleep and the increased HGH levels and I just ordered a bottle of IForce Lights Out and Millenium ZMK. Is there any issues with combining these products with Prolactrone? Thanks man, your input is greatly appreciated. Happy new year to you too!
01-04-2013, 11:21 PM
Unfortunately you should not take the iforce product with Prolactrone because they both contain Ldopa and you may wind up with too high of a dose.
As for the millenium product you should not take it with Prolactrone or the Iforce product because it has P5P/B6 in it which causes ldopa to be metabolized outside the blood brain barrier. Its very important that the ldopa be metabolized beyond the blood brain barrier so...anything with B6 or P5p should not be taken with Macuna puriens or Ldopa because it lessens its effect or cancels it out altogether.
So..in short do not mix any of those 3 products at any time.
01-08-2013, 12:10 AM
Prolactrone makes me sleep like a baby, this supplement also feels like a nootropic when I take it with a good clean meal in the morning. I'm having a blast with it. Thanks Brundel!
01-08-2013, 12:50 AM
Awesome brother. It is elevating dopamine quite a bit so its similar to a nootropic.
Good sleep, increased HGH, low prolactin, good mood.....
01-24-2013, 07:15 PM
Have you ever heard of people experiencing insomnia or depression whilst using l-dopa and egcg? Last time I used a mucuna pruriens product I definitely experienced those side effects, but perhaps that is the result of not concurrently utilizing a DDCI. Thoughts?
01-24-2013, 08:11 PM
For most people it does the opposite, however, if you have a pre existing chemical imbalance it may do this.
Ldopa becomes dopamine and ldopa also has been show to reduce serotonin over time so....super long term use is discouraged.
Many anti depressants work to elevate serotonin in some way so reducing it could potentially make you a little blue.
For this reason I recommend using it for no longer than 8-12 weeks then a month min break.
You can also take supps that increase serotonin like 5htp although Im not sure how effective this is.
I take tramadol and it does the trick but its a med and potentially addictive.
You may also want to talk to your dr about low dose SSRI treatment.
01-24-2013, 10:28 PM
These were my thoughts. I was hoping you were gonna say something else.
Well, I've never tried 5htp with egcg before. I bet it packs a little more punch.
02-24-2013, 07:05 AM
I just ordered some prolactrone and I have a question. My current cycle support supp has a good amount of B6 in it. Will this negate the effects of the prolactrone? Also should I be taking them at different times?