inhibit-e

  1. inhibit-e


    What is the half life of inhibit-e. basically how long will it be effective in my system?

    Thanks in advance.


  2. bump for the curious cat!
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  3. Half life is approximately 8 hours.

  4. Thanks man I figured it was either 8-12 hours. has it been shown to make people tired? I've heard about the lack of libido, but with my bottle of t-force I'm still raging....
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    Quote Originally Posted by benj851 View Post
    Thanks man I figured it was either 8-12 hours. has it been shown to make people tired? I've heard about the lack of libido, but with my bottle of t-force I'm still raging....
    You need to find the right dosage. Estrogen supports serotonin activity. Serotonin is vital for mental alertness and the sleep/wake cycle. You want to eliminate estrogen just enough to reap the benefits of lowered estrogen without completely destroying it and taking on all the nasty sides that come with very low estrogen. For me 1 to 2 caps of inhibit-e is enough.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by DBee View Post
    You need to find the right dosage. Estrogen supports serotonin activity. Serotonin is vital for mental alertness and the sleep/wake cycle. You want to eliminate estrogen just enough to reap the benefits of lowered estrogen without completely destroying it and taking on all the nasty sides that come with very low estrogen. For me one 1 to 2 caps of inhibit-e is enough.
    So for PCT use along with PCS/Lean Xtreme I'm looking at 2/2/1/1 on the inhibit-E so I don't overkill on low estrogen? It's for an Hdrol cycle so really estrogen shouldn't be that big of a deal anyways right.
    Last edited by statik; 01-07-2010 at 04:45 AM. Reason: edit
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