Any benefit to taking only tamoxifen?

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    Any benefit to taking only tamoxifen?


    With the PH ban looming, I began thinking about my future use of supplements. I don't know anything about finding some hip doctors who would go out on a limb to prescribe some steroids for a college kid such as myself. I figure tamoxifen will be available somewhat readily for a while, but I don't know if tamoxifen's estrogen-suppressing properties alone would assist much when trying to lose fat or gain weight. What do you think?

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    Dr.D posted about using clomid to get a good boost in natural test levels but advised against nolva at a young age.
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    I had been told that it would help but not as much as ph. I thought about doing a cycle to see the results. that would be down the road.
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    could 6-xox increase natural testosterone? Pat Arnold, states that he has done some experiments using 300mg in two doses and that this increase natural test levels. Has anyone tried this?
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    dont worry....as soon as the ban hits, there will be loopholes. from these loopholes will come some decent supps.

    or maybe the PH industry will take a different path and look at other ways of stimulating hormones (naturally or artificially)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajntorinj
    With the PH ban looming, I began thinking about my future use of supplements. I don't know anything about finding some hip doctors who would go out on a limb to prescribe some steroids for a college kid such as myself. I figure tamoxifen will be available somewhat readily for a while, but I don't know if tamoxifen's estrogen-suppressing properties alone would assist much when trying to lose fat or gain weight. What do you think?
    Nolva is not a supplement.
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    I would not recommend taking nolva "recreationally". Just use it for PCT only as it really serves no other purpose and is really not very good for you..especially long term use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t_dot_porkchop
    dont worry....as soon as the ban hits, there will be loopholes. from these loopholes will come some decent supps.

    or maybe the PH industry will take a different path and look at other ways of stimulating hormones (naturally or artificially)...
    I certainly hope this is true. It was a relief when I learned ephedrine HCl wasn't part of the ephedra ban, and I hoped something similar would come from this ban. Unfortunately, it looked like this ban was very all-inclusive. I'll just wait to see what the experts come up with to satisfy demand.

    T-Bone, you're right: tamoxifen is not a supplement. Thank you also, bioman.
  

  
 

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