Genomyx Basyx Salvia

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  1. Still waiting on labels. This is the first run of these new labels, and it has been an extensive process. We put a lot into the new labels.

    Once the initial first runs have taken place things will move much quicker.


  2. Just saw shipping to retailers Friday! Hoping Protocol isn't far behind..

  3. Yup Protocol will follow the week after. The waiting list for Powder is a bit longer.
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  4. Powder obviously has to be mixed properly, flavoring has to be up to standards, correct serving scoop, and the labels..

    Waits can be annoying, but sub par products you spent hard earned money on is way worse.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    There is evidence that Salvia positively influences muscle contractability during exercise by virtue of more efficient ion transportation. Furthermore, salvia attenuates exercise-induced stresses placed on the body; the most notable effect from a BBers perspective is preservation of collagen and joint/bone health. I'd say potential performance enhancement + recovery from exercise would probably be among your biggest selling points
    So, Coop. Potential performance enhancement and recovery sound like two great effects from Salvia. However, why is it only touted for fat loss?

    I really am interested in the former two effects. Do you have any Pub med studies handy?

  6. Quote Originally Posted by domore View Post
    So, Coop. Potential performance enhancement and recovery sound like two great effects from Salvia. However, why is it only touted for fat loss?

    I really am interested in the former two effects. Do you have any Pub med studies handy?
    Nothing handy but I'm sure they will come up with a basic search. The effects are in mice, and unfortunately, rodents are particularly fickle when it comes to extrapolating performance effects to humans (mostly due to the nature of the exercise and the concept of exertion). Nonetheless, salvia is a nice health aid.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Nothing handy but I'm sure they will come up with a basic search. The effects are in mice, and unfortunately, rodents are particularly fickle when it comes to extrapolating performance effects to humans (mostly due to the nature of the exercise and the concept of exertion). Nonetheless, salvia is a nice health aid.
    Okay, thanks Coop. Right now, I do not have any goals or needs that would deem a fat loss product necessary. So, I am really not interested in those properties of Salvia, but I am interested in the ancillary effects of Salvia. Salvia as a health aid will continue to be my main interest.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by domore View Post
    Salvia as a health aid will continue to be my main interest.
    And honestly, it is mine, too... I'm not in the market to lose any fat or anything, but, at 35, I obviously can't put off attending to my health.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by Smitty77 View Post
    And honestly, it is mine, too... I'm not in the market to lose any fat or anything, but, at 35, I obviously can't put off attending to my health.
    Maybe we can get a few others to jump on our boat

    Yes, I have an Olympic style program (with some push and pull mixed in), so I'm not looking to cut weight or fat.

  10. the health benefits look great. Its fat loss benefits would come from inhibiting DGAT, which in turn would mean more free fatty acids to be used for energy, and in return also be glycogen sparing, correct?

    it seems to also inhibit α-glucosidase which would mean stopping breakdown of glycogen, another sparing effect? Please drop knowledge on me .

    Always been intrigued by this, will definitely be picking up for heart benefits. It shipped to NP today?

  11. Salvia?


  12. Quote Originally Posted by Younglifter16 View Post
    the health benefits look great. Its fat loss benefits would come from inhibiting DGAT, which in turn would mean more free fatty acids to be used for energy, and in return also be glycogen sparing, correct?

    it seems to also inhibit α-glucosidase which would mean stopping breakdown of glycogen, another sparing effect? Please drop knowledge on me .

    Always been intrigued by this, will definitely be picking up for heart benefits. It shipped to NP today?
    Yes it shipped on Thur.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Salvia?

    Wrong one.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by GENOMYX View Post
    Wrong one.
    Looks like I am canceling my pre order then

  15. Lmao that's the Lindsey Lohan version.

  16. Bump!
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by MAxximal View Post
    Bump!
    Shipped to NP either Friday or yesterday, so it should be available this week.
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  18. I have searched high and low for this raw powder FOREVER with now luck, unless buying an unrealistic amount for one person. THANK YOU FOR THIS!!! This works amazing in pct! This plus slin sane.. will fat gain be possible on a bulk!?!?!?

  19. No problem bro. The demand was strong for this product. What better product than salvia to kick of the Basyx line.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by GENOMYX View Post
    No problem bro. The demand was strong for this product. What better product than salvia to kick of the Basyx line.

    I remember always hearing of alot of people trying to source raws for this, and never being about to. crazy.. glad to have it now tho!
  

  
 

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