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    Has the new formula been released. As in the ingredient profile

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    I think it will be the same as the last gel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BulkPerf View Post
    You will see it start showing up to retailers this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsbhaver View Post
    Formasurge looks interesting but there are many mixed reviews

    i have a little experience with formestane products, and i consider formasurge very good. if you are concerned about the drying issues, just run a hair dryer over applied areas for a few minutes...this is what i do with all topicals-including prescription androgel!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    DHT elicits so many more benefits than just hardening; people wouldn't take things like winny, anavar, masteron, primo and tren if it only elicited a hardening effect. Most highly androgenic AAS/PH products that are DHT based are also excellent for retaining muscle in a calorie deficit not to mention the fat loss benefits. Hair loss is only an issue for those prone to male pattern baldness; that does not make DHT based products bad for the majority of men that are not.
    It's not good for the prostate either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBB View Post
    It's not good for the prostate either.
    Nothing nettle root cannot take care of and we aren't talking in perpetuity either.
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).
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    Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    Nothing nettle root cannot take care of and we aren't talking in perpetuity either.
    Endosurge Turbo would be perfect, if you can handle the libido increase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    Nothing nettle root cannot take care of and we aren't talking in perpetuity either.
    Nettle does nothing to control DHT.

    Secoisolariciresinol, a lignan in nettle root displayed a modest inhibitory effect on DHT binding to SHBG in vitro, theoretically resulting in greater concentrations of free DHT in serum and in local tissues. The lignan 3,4-divanillyltetrahydrofuran, also present in nettle root was able to completely inhibit DHT from binding to SHBG, yet another indication that it can result in increased free (active) DHT available to tissues such as that in the scalp.

    Planta Med. 1997 Dec;63(6):529-32.

    There are better options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBB View Post
    Nettle does nothing to control DHT.

    Secoisolariciresinol, a lignan in nettle root displayed a modest inhibitory effect on DHT binding to SHBG in vitro, theoretically resulting in greater concentrations of free DHT in serum and in local tissues. The lignan 3,4-divanillyltetrahydrofuran, also present in nettle root was able to completely inhibit DHT from binding to SHBG, yet another indication that it can result in increased free (active) DHT available to tissues such as that in the scalp.

    Planta Med. 1997 Dec;63(6):529-32.

    There are better options.
    I don't think he implied nettle does anything for DHT, he implied that it would help the prostate
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    ^^ that's how I took it, but always nice to learn something new.
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    My point is that including DHT will eliminate alot of potential users (myself included). Those with hair loss concerns and who isn't unless you're already bald and those with prostate concerns and again who isn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBB View Post
    My point is that including DHT will eliminate alot of potential users (myself included). Those with hair loss concerns and who isn't unless you're already bald and those with prostate concerns and again who isn't.
    Very true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBB View Post
    My point is that including DHT will eliminate alot of potential users (myself included). Those with hair loss concerns and who isn't unless you're already bald and those with prostate concerns and again who isn't.
    Will it? Those are pretty absolute claims to make without supporting evidence. Especially with side effects that can so easily be controlled if you know what you're doing, and hormones aren't something you should be messing with anyways if you don't.
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    Not everyone smokes crack because of the negative health effects, but there is still a market. You really going to tell me that all BPS products are catored to everyone, no matter their goals?

    I wonder if anyone has had negative effects from the capsaicin in Vanillean, or the DMAA that was in combustion, or the formastane in formasurge.

    You'd have to be a blind idiot to not see that there is a market for an epiandrosterone product. I can think of Atleast 4 other companies with an Epiandro product, and 2 that no longer make the better ones, leaving a huge void with demand.

    Conclusion: Everything may have side effects in different individuals, and we should be able to decide for ourselves if we want to purchase a product. There is a damand/market for it, so why ignore those that want the product, just to cator to those who don't, even though they wouldn't purchase it either way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ape McGrapes View Post
    Not everyone smokes crack because of the negative health effects, but there is still a market. You really going to tell me that all BPS products are catored to everyone, no matter their goals?

    I wonder if anyone has had negative effects from the capsaicin in Vanillean, or the DMAA that was in combustion, or the formastane in formasurge.

    You'd have to be a blind idiot to not see that there is a market for an epiandrosterone product. I can think of Atleast 4 other companies with an Epiandro product, and 2 that no longer make the better ones, leaving a huge void with demand.

    Conclusion: Everything may have side effects in different individuals, and we should be able to decide for ourselves if we want to purchase a product. There is a damand/market for it, so why ignore those that want the product, just to cator to those who don't, even though they wouldn't purchase it either way?
    Wait....crack is bad???? Jk. You have points.
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    Excellent points.
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    Thank you very much.

    Glad to watch BPS grow as a company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ape McGrapes View Post
    Not everyone smokes crack because of the negative health effects, but there is still a market. You really going to tell me that all BPS products are catored to everyone, no matter their goals?

    I wonder if anyone has had negative effects from the capsaicin in Vanillean, or the DMAA that was in combustion, or the formastane in formasurge.

    You'd have to be a blind idiot to not see that there is a market for an epiandrosterone product. I can think of Atleast 4 other companies with an Epiandro product, and 2 that no longer make the better ones, leaving a huge void with demand.

    Conclusion: Everything may have side effects in different individuals, and we should be able to decide for ourselves if we want to purchase a product. There is a damand/market for it, so why ignore those that want the product, just to cator to those who don't, even though they wouldn't purchase it either way?
    So glad I still have E spray from prototype nutrition lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD261985 View Post
    So glad I still have E spray from prototype nutrition lol
    Same here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Hells yeah!
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    Any plans of an intro sale?
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    Dermacrine was VERY expensive to make, delays being the largest expense. So the listed price is the best that can be done.....FOR NOW
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Dermacrine was VERY expensive to make, delays being the largest expense. So the listed price is the best that can be done.....FOR NOW
    Just keep it in stock, please.
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    Understood. Just happy to see it back. Especially in time for summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by testosteronet View Post
    Just keep it in stock, please.
    Not in our control, man lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Not in our control, man lol.
    Got some!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Got some!
    Now you're just making it even harder.....



















    .....to stay in stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metroba View Post
    Now you're just making it even harder.....



















    .....to stay in stock.
    Gotta love it... 4 bottles thank you very much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Gotta love it... 4 bottles thank you very much.
    Yup. The problem is not if to get, it's how much to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by testosteronet View Post
    Yup. The problem is not if to get, it's how much to get.
    Being north of the border i did it in two separate orders.. Just in case.

    Hopefully it will not go away again, any time soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasme View Post
    Being north of the border i did it in two separate orders.. Just in case.

    Hopefully it will not go away again, any time soon!
    Smart man. I am also hoping it stays around. It's one of those products I like to see in stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Will it? Those are pretty absolute claims to make without supporting evidence. Especially with side effects that can so easily be controlled if you know what you're doing, and hormones aren't something you should be messing with anyways if you don't.
    So now we are going to keep adding to the list of supps so we can control sides. Sounds like the drug industry. Why not just use something where sides are next to none.
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    DHT sides are overplayed by guys who can't talk to girls, so they worry about their precious hair and dismiss DHT as the enemy.

    I really won't phunk with any product with a DHT blocker, because I'm a ****ing man!

    In all seriousness though, any side effects from some Epiandro would be temporary, minimal at best, and much less than most hormones out there that everyone and their mother is using and to reiterate a past statement "dont use the product if it is not for you. Those who want to will use it, and there is an overwhelming demand that Outshines any haters."
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    There is a great demand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBB View Post
    So now we are going to keep adding to the list of supps so we can control sides. Sounds like the drug industry. Why not just use something where sides are next to none.
    Anytime you're messing with hormones, you have to be wary of the sides. DHT is no different. Of course it sounds like the drug industry - hormones are powerful endocrinological signaling molecules with far-reaching physiological impact. If you want something with no sides, there are plenty of products with sub-effective proprietary formulated products out there to suit your needs (or lack thereof).
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    I think the benefits of DHT outweigh the sides.
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    A recent survey showed Androhard as the most demanded PP product to return to the market. I won't spread any rumors, but what is going on was made public knowledge.
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    What is going on? PM me.. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ape McGrapes View Post
    A recent survey showed Androhard as the most demanded PP product to return to the market. I won't spread any rumors, but what is going on was made public knowledge.
    I took the survey and it was my #1.
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