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03-23-2009, 12:59 PM
This is going to make alot of people happy, women included as you mentioned
03-23-2009, 02:00 PM
Just stack this w/ a little Renegade Balm lotion and its all over!!! No woman will be safe!
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03-23-2009, 08:25 PM
Icariin is a potent phytochemical that has been documented to have profound effects on anabolism. Icariin exerts its efficacy through several different mechanisms of action: Via competition with glucocorticoids and increasing cAMP levels, by modulating estrogen receptor antagonism and by decreasing prolactin levels. Several studies have shown that icariin competes with glucocorticoids for various receptor sites, and thus improves the testosterone/cortisol ratio. A 2006 study by Pan et al. showed that icariin blocks glucocorticoids from binding to cortisol receptors, hence antagonizing the actions of cortisol. This alone creates an anabolic effect by positively skewing the testosterone/ cortisol ratio which is a trigger for greater anabolism, protein synthesis, increased aggression, and intensified muscle contractions. A 2006 study by Zhang found that icariin also has a testosterone mimetic effect on muscle tissue while increasing spermatogenesis however there is some disagreement among scientists on the mechanism by which icariin does this. A 2005 study conducted by Pan et al. concluded that icariin also has marked anti-depressant qualities through pituitary mediation, but the exact mechanism of action for this finding is also unknown.
Users of DRIVE report huge improvements in strength, physique hardness, sex drive and positive aggression while using this compound, an effect that can be at least partially attributed to the anabolic-mimicking qualities of icariin. DRIVE promotes higher dopamine levels and decreased prolactin levels, both of which are triggers for increased endogenous anabolism. Icariin can also enhance muscle contraction by decreasing the effects of acetylcholinesterase (AChE). Acetylcholine (Ach) is a neurotransmitter necessary for muscle contraction, and AChE is responsible for disabling ACh at the neuromuscular junction. Icariin blocks this disabling action, allowing for ACh to stay at the synapse and better exert its effects for a longer period of time- thus allowing for harder and stronger muscle contractions.
03-23-2009, 08:32 PM
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