Introducing Suppress-C - Advanced Cortisol Control Agent
01-06-2011 04:04 AM
Yes. I definitely noticed this when I ran Suppress-C, loved this effect. I have used LX in the past and although I've had good results from it, I'm liking Suppress-C better and believe transdermal ROA is the way to go. Plus I know exactly how much of the active I'm getting, no offense to prop blends. I plan on getting some Reduce XT also, which works perfect since it's not a prop blend either.
Originally Posted by mw1
I have not used 7-OH-DHEA and androstenetriol separately, together; if that makes sense. I've only used them BOTH in a proprietary blend (LX). So with that said, how can I incorporate Reduce XT with Suppress-C? I want to make sure first, because I obviously do not want to crush my cortisol levels but would like to add some synergy to the mix and was wondering what dosages I can run Reduce XT at? Also I can't remember, but 7-OH-DHEA has a rather good bioavailability than androstenetriol, yes? If it's as poor as androstenetriol, I would rather make my own but if it's rather well, Reduce XT is going to be my option since it's more convenient.
I'm thinking 1 cap Reduce XT with 1 application of Suppress-C first thing after I take a shower in the morning and once more after workouts; incorporating that 5 days a week with 2 days off. Also, it isn't really necessary to take either of them at night, is it? Cortisol levels are usually at their lowest during sleep and at their highest in the mornings and after workouts, is this accurate for the most part? Let me know if dosing before bed would really be necessary. I would rather make the most out of the two and my body and use them at the best and appropriate times. I've learned over the years that timing is very crucial when supplementing; it's practically make or break for some supps, at least in some of my cases.
Thanks and much help appreciated.
01-06-2011 03:19 PM
7OH does have good oral bioavailability so Reduce XT is fine.
Originally Posted by F355
I havent seen many people run them together, so I cant say what would be enough without them being too much.
I use Suppress-C morning and nights (about 12 to 14 hours apart). When I have used Reduce XT, I used it morning, pre-workout, and before bed.
08-21-2011 01:21 PM
would it be smart to run this with the new transaderm ( dermacrine ) and Pmag? i was thinking of maybe running it on cycle and thru pct..
08-22-2011 01:56 AM
Yeah, you could do that. I strongly advise trying suppress-c on cycle instead of just in pct. i think a lot of guys would like it on cycle.
Originally Posted by antknee02
08-27-2011 10:20 AM
How soon after application Suppress C starts to effect cortisol levels? I`m wondering which is better for reducing morning and specially morning cardio cortisol levels, application in the evening (10h before morning cardio) or right after wake up (10mins after morning cardio)
Originally Posted by CompEdgeLabs
And by the way Suppress C was very effective last year when I used it the first time. Definetely my favourite product of all the supplments!
08-28-2011 11:37 AM
How soon it will affect cortisol will probably vary from user to user, but i believe it starts working immediately.
Originally Posted by connected
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