As in the title...has someone done bloodworks after using erase?
expecially for what regards lipids...thank you very much!
I'd love to see some bloodwork on Erase as well, I get great effects from Erase. Formestane is going to be gone soon, so Erase came at the perfect time for everyone. I actually prefer Erase over forma and it being natural is a bonus
ANS PERFORMANCE REPRESENTATIVE
Again, under doctor supervision and approval. I gave him quite an education on Erase. I believe he said "well I learned something new today" at the end of the convo
I'd like to see lipids on Erase also. At 3 a day though, not just one a day.
I also feel much harder and dry, but not too dry
So natty like some have reccomended to me to simply "manage" estrogen I want to take erase 3-4 times a week.
one capsule. Pretty much every other day. can that be taken safley longterm. Did u notice a libido boost at all?
Erase won't make you piss hot on a drug screening test will it? Just wondering because the write up says it is natural.
Ok, everyone talks about how great Erase is, people are saying that they are more vascular after 2 days of use, some say after 4 days of use they are leaner...I've been on Erase for a week, and haven't noticed anything, in regards to looking leaner, vascular or anything that other people are claiming, and i'm dosing 2am, 1pm
What is the drug test for (since not all screen for the same things - for example, a work drug test or a sporting drug test)?
It is possible to lower cortisol to much and create serious side effects. Is there anything about erase that would either lower cortisol in target tissues only or limit the amout of cortisol reduction?
Additionally erase increases testosterone by lowering estrogen. However it is free testosterone that we are actually interested in. It there anything about erase that will increase free testosterone?
Lowering cortisol too much is similar to lowering estrogen too much. You will notice a mild inflamed feeling in your joints. Too low of E will give a dry feeling in the joints.
I know rosie has taken upwards of 5-6 Erase per day without any joint pain. Obviously she has much more E than us men do, but as for as cotisol goes it is a good indicator.
IMO the most important think about cortisol control is keeping the spikes down. Which occur during and after training, in PCT, in the morning, after work or stressful activity, etc.
I'm familiar with 7 oxo DHEA and the research (and controversy) surrounding this product but I'm not familiar with the chemical compound in erase. Is it just 7 oxo DHEA or is it a derivitive of this hormone? I went to your website and there are no scientific studies or bloods proving the efficacy of this product.