- 03-08-2009, 01:38 PM
congrats on bringing formex to the mkt, looks like it will be a hit. a few questions for you.
Would Formex be an apporpriate PCT for a product like Epistane given epi already exhibits anti-estrogen characteristicst? Given Formex is a strong anti-e, i get the impression it could potentiate further joint issues after running something like epi for 4-5 weeks.
While i think it would be a great PCT for other AAS, i would love to hear your input on how it would work after a epi cycle.
Also, as a a stand alone maintenence sup, would it need to be cycled?
- 03-08-2009, 01:52 PM
Hey Tekno, thanks for taking interest in the most Innovative Formestane product to date. ( )
Here is a link to the write-up that will actually answer your questions for the most part.
During PCT, with the proper other items, it will be a great add for the AI portion.
And yes, it will work well during, and after your Epistane cycle. I would suggest that you cycle it; however, it does not have to be.
- 03-09-2009, 12:36 PM
It's beyond my knowledge as to what makes some AI's joint friendly and others cause joint pain. In my experience, formestane is the friendliest on joints and I don't think I've ever had joint issues with form. Trione/6oxo is the absolute worst on my joints. Joint issues with ATD and 6bromo were mild, just to provide some big picture comparisons.
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