BPS' What's improved with the upcoming DHEA transdermal

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by koi1214 View Post
    FormaSurge is OOS at NP. When will it be back? I have 4 bottles of EndoSurge Turbo ready to go.
    Should be any day.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by koi1214 View Post
    FormaSurge is OOS at NP. When will it be back? I have 4 bottles of EndoSurge Turbo ready to go.
    In stock.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by testosteronet View Post
    In stock.
    glorious news.

  4. In stock, as in "we have it and will be shipping to retailers" or in stock at retailers? Because I don't see it at the usual places or on your webz.

  5. here it is (Forma) however, the thread is for Derma !!! I'd like to have a matched pair but STILL the Derma is MIA wth

    http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/b...-servings.html
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  6. oh, just caught that. Assumed we were talking about derma :S

  7. any update on when derma will be in stock

  8. Did the FDA come and make you guys too scared to release Dermacrine again? Seriously. Mystery Delays suck; so what's going on?

  9. Of the FDA is worried about dermacrine then were all fukked cuz they're just morons

  10. There have been many threads about how DHEA, as a naturally occuring compound, is outside the FDAs current regulations. We're working on things. Don't worry.
    Bulk Performance Solutions
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  11. DHT may be good for it's hardening effects but some people are prone to hair loss. 3IC or Formestane is a better choice. There is alot more testing to support 3IC than there is for DIM.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by BBB View Post
    DHT may be good for it's hardening effects but some people are prone to hair loss. 3IC or Formestane is a better choice. There is alot more testing to support 3IC than there is for DIM.
    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.
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).

  13. DHT. It makes a man more of a man. Love it personally.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by testosteronet View Post
    DHT. It makes a man more of a man. Love it personally.
    Thank you. When people complain about DHT sides I just laugh, let me know how that goes for you Mary.
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).

  15. Feeling like a DHT boost is in my near future, actually. I guess it's that time of year.

  16. Thought I replied to this, but I don't think my liking and support of DHT needs to explained. I'm the reason it's been a main point of this thread.

    As for hair; people need to stop being such pussies and shave their head. Tons of bald men pull solid tail. Plus your muscles will make up for it all. ****in pretty boys!

  17. The neurological benefits of DHT are awsome. I like them even more than the muscle hardening benefits; they are just that good. I have a full head of hair, but I have no worries when it sheds. I figure eventually it will be gone anyway, so why worry about something I can't stop when it is so much better to use something that makes me feel great. To me it really comes down to: Would I rather feel great or look pretty, and I would rather feel great.

  18. Formasurge looks interesting but there are many mixed reviews

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    There have been many threads about how DHEA, as a naturally occuring compound, is outside the FDAs current regulations. We're working on things. Don't worry.
    any rough time frame?

  20. Quote Originally Posted by xhrr View Post
    any rough time frame?
    You will see it start showing up to retailers this week.

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

  22. I think it will be the same as the last gel.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by BulkPerf View Post
    You will see it start showing up to retailers this week.
    Nice!

  24. 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!!!
    WELL DONE IS BETTER THAN WELL SAID

  25. 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.

  26. 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 ;).

  27. 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.

  28. 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.

  29. 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

  30. ^^ that's how I took it, but always nice to learn something new.
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