Halodrol Liquigels - Gaspari and Molecular Nutrition
08-03-2006 01:08 PM
Halodrol Liquigels - Gaspari and Molecular Nutrition
Gaspari Nutrition's upcoming product (Halodrol Liquigels) will include arachidonic acid in its ingredient profile.
Gaspari Includes X-Factor™ Ingredient in Upcoming Product.
July 27, 2006: Jupiter, FL.
Gaspari Nutrition has signed a licensing agreement that will allow them to add the key anabolic ingredient in Molecular Nutrition’s X-Factor to an upcoming product. X-Factor was recently the subject of a clinical investigation at Baylor University, and demonstrated strong trends of improvement in bench press strength, peak anaerobic power, average anaerobic power, and anaerobic endurance. Molecular Nutrition is pleased to announce the inclusion of this ingredient in an upcoming Gaspari Nutrition product, a company with a history of dynamic research and efficacious sports supplements. “This license agreement further reinforces the strength and validity of Molecular Nutrition’s founder William Llewellyn’s work in the field of non-hormonal anabolic substances”, said Catherine Moe, Chief Operating Officer of Molecular Nutrition. “Additionally, this deal is a clear win for consumers, as they will now have a choice of products in the marketplace that contain this key patented anabolic nutrient.“ Gaspari Nutrition is currently keeping the exact details of the project under wraps, but expects to see its release sometime in 2006.
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08-03-2006 03:21 PM
can you say what else will be in it?
08-03-2006 04:48 PM
great idea, hopefully it will workout great and i for one will buy it if it does except i have one problem. kinda aggrivates me because its smart yet stupid. halodrol liquid gels? heres my problem:
“This license agreement further reinforces the strength and validity of Molecular Nutrition’s founder William Llewellyn’s work in the field of non-hormonal anabolic substances” if your so patient about non-hormonal supplements, why contribute to one that used to be hormonal.
"this deal is a clear win for consumers" a win for consumers who know that x-factor and this new liquidgel are both AA products yes, for people not so tuned into supplements they will think this is an anabolic steroids/PH supplement like the old halodrol.
my only problem is the name. naming it after a PH/anabolic steroids - whatever you wanna call it - and it not being one is misleading and wrong in my opinion. i highly doubt it will live up to the name halodrol, but please prove me wrong with its gains if you dare try to do something like AX's did with hyperdrol and superdrol, but using the name of a once-PH and the word liquidgel at the end and it not being one isnt cool.
on the other hand: you will have people who will buy it thinking it is the old halodrol w/ a new delivery system, not make the same gains as they once did, and be like wtf? both molecular and gaspari are highly reputable companies, dont start lowering standards now. change the name!
btw, if this is the old halodrol with a few new ingredients added to help increase gains then sweet - disregard all above info. but if it doesnt contain an AAS/PH, which to my understanding alot of big companies stopped producing after the FDA began to get involved more, then i still mean the above.
08-03-2006 06:01 PM
Well, this will definetly generate a lot of questions. Hormonal? PCT needed? Halodrol will be a name remembered as a hormonal supp. But if it's not hormonal, I will pray to be a tester on this as I am a big fan of AA
Originally Posted by Aeternitatis
08-03-2006 06:19 PM
That does seem like a questionable marketing scheme to call the product halodrol. Would it be that hard to just come up with a new name for this product?
I would be shocked if the ad copy for "new" halodrol doesn't make claims of steroid gains without the side effects, etc. etc. It just sounds like an attempt to cash in on a successful product name with one that is completely unrelated.
08-03-2006 07:03 PM
08-03-2006 07:40 PM
Hehe...Halodrol reborn? I don't think so. I don't really think Gaspari would try and create another product using Halo + AA in it. However, if it is such a product it would definitely be interesting wouldn't it?
08-03-2006 07:42 PM
If they call it Halo, there must be a reason behind it.
Originally Posted by dagecko
08-03-2006 07:49 PM
Any idea when it will be released? Can I buy my AA now or should I wait ?
08-03-2006 09:52 PM
08-04-2006 12:02 AM
BK posted this "H-50 is no longer made nor sold by Gaspari and whatever is left for sale on the market is whatever stock stores had. H-50 is being replaced by a new product very soon which is really exciting!!!
I am guessin if BK is involved and says it is exciting it will prob be hormonal. Hopefully..
08-04-2006 12:05 AM
Island supplements also posted that they were not going to be selling mega h by GL because they were getting in another halo product that contains something else in it besides halo. I do believe that we could have it right AA plus halo..
08-04-2006 01:06 AM
I was wrong. Here is what BK has to say about it #1 non steroidal, #2 AI, #3 shgb modulators, #4 synthetic ecdysterones etc.. actually looks like a decent product but you are right they are monopolising off of the name.. Here is what BK posted
" want to really thank Bill for going WAY beyond what he was contracted to do and for his help - not just on the AA side of this one-of-a-kind product - but on the non-AA side as well. Bill let me bounce a lot of ideas off him and helped me to stay very focused and keep on track. Aside from the AA patent issue, I could not have done this without him as he 'double checked' all my numbers and math He was a pleasure to work with and we co-authored a very informative 'Chemical Corner' about the product together - Bill took the AA aspect, presented very solid, objective fact in an easy to understand and cool way. I took the non-AA side of things. His wife, Catherine, was also amazing with regards to the operational and logistical issues to get this thing off the ground. What a team! I owe them a magnum of Dom Perignon (inside bet!).
This will be the best non-steroidal product you are likely to see in the next 5 years and we predict much success for the product. Preliminary data is exemplary.
No, it will not be cheap. But it will, IMHO, be significantly better than the other products resembling it, not just because it contains AA, which alone makes it better, but because it contains a better, non-ATD/3-OHAT new AI that is DSHEA compliant (the entire formula is DSHEA compliant, this one will be in the chain stores, we know this already), ultra pure, synthetic ecdysterones, SHBG modulators (no extracts, we paid for have the PURE POTENT compounds made from scratch!) as well as a few other surprises.
I can't give the entire thing away! We have to have a little surprise twist to this, right?
It's going to be called 'Halodrol Liquigels' and it will be in a liquigel, blister packed and in a H-50 like box.
The best thing from our perspective is that Bill has the patent on AA awarded and I have a pending on the AI so there is NO WAY anyone else is ever going to legally be able to knock off this product ever.
BTW...Bill is getting 3 cases of 12 per sent to him to test out as soon as it's all done.
Olympia is the launch - the cat is out of the bag.
I might also add, you can stack this with X-Factor too for an even more intense result.
Bill, Catherine - thanks so much for believing in the collaborative project.
08-04-2006 01:48 AM
im glad im not the only one who read this and sounded interested, yet like wtf? at the same time. maybe this is a sign from the public - change the name.
08-04-2006 05:20 AM
Haha. Maybe not a bad idea after all..
Originally Posted by ralph4u2c
08-04-2006 05:28 AM
Originally Posted by bubsnt3
Good detective work...
08-04-2006 05:37 AM
Thank you.. I wish I had been right about the halodrol liquigels although I still wonder what Island is going to be selling....
Originally Posted by RenegadeRows
08-04-2006 02:26 PM
They will be out Oct. 2006 right?
08-04-2006 10:52 PM
Hmmmmmmmmmm, sounds like the three products that ALRI has just released (Jungle Warfare, Restore, and Alpha Drive - licensed to Bioscience Technologies).....combining an AI, a SHBG blocker, and then other goodies (in this case AA).
These type of combo products seem to be getting good reviews so this one may be good as well.
08-04-2006 11:17 PM
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