Inhibit-P anti prolactin complex, from SNS

  1. Inhibit-P anti prolactin complex, from SNS

    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post

    so, lets get to the good stuff.
    Prolactin Control Complex

    SNS Inhibit-P contains a precision blended Prolactin Control Complex that may help lower prolactin, increase dopamine, and improve feelings of well-being.

    Is Inhibit-P for you? Ask yourself:

    • Are you concerned with high prolactin?
    • Do you have symptoms of high prolactin (sensitive nipples, gyno, etc)?
    • Is your mood and natural level of energy not what it used to be?
    • Do you have a tough time getting to sleep and staying asleep?
    • Is your sex life lacking?

    Inhibit-P’s precision blended Prolactin Control Complex is a comprehensive all-in-one solution designed to help:

    • Lower Prolactin*
    • Naturally Boost Testosterone Levels*
    • Relieve Symptoms of Increased Prolactin such as Nipple Puffiness or Sensitivity Associated With Gynecomastia*
    • Improve Mood and Sense of Well-Being*
    • Improve Libido and Sex Life*
    • Produce Deeper and More Restful Sleep*
    • And Much More!

    SNS uses only the finest, clinically backed ingredients in the formulation of Inhibit-P.
    Let’s examine them more closely:

    Mucuna pruriens

    Mucuna Pruriens, also known as Velvet Bean, is a plant known for its high concentrations of levodopa (L-Dopa), the precursor to the neurotransmitter dopamine. Unlike dopamine, L-Dopa easily penetrates the blood bran barrier where it exerts its positive effects on hormones, especially prolactin. In fact, L-Dopa has been shown to significantly inhibit prolactin release from the anterior pituitary (1,2) meaning that the nasty issues associated with high prolactin levels may be relieved through the proper use of Mucuna Pruriens because the L-Dopa found in Mucuna Pruriens boost your brain’s dopamine levels, and dopamine is a key inhibitor of prolactin (3).

    In addition to its powerful role in the reduction of prolactin, Mucuna Pruriens has also been known as a libido aid (4) but it wasn’t until a few years ago that researchers uncovered just how this amazing herb exerts its effects. Men taking Mucuna Pruriens experienced increases in testosterone and luteinizing hormone (LH) (5), which can produce a favorable hormonal environment for bodybuilding, sex life, and overall sense of well-being.

    Finally, it should be noted that Mucuna Pruriens is rich in serotonin and opioid receptor ligands, which along with L-Dopa may contribute profoundly to mood improvements (6). This, along with strong anecdotal feedback regarding L-Dopa’s ability to reduce the refractory period associated with sexual activity, gives Mucuna Pruriens very strong potential for helping increase pleasure and enjoyment.

    Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P)

    P5P is the bioactive from of vitamin B6 and offers enhanced absorption and bioavailability and far improved effects over other inferior forms of vitamin B6. P5P is an important cofactor in the synthesis of dopamine, which as mentioned above, is the prime neuroendocrine inhibitor of prolactin release. In addition to helping control prolactin, P5P has a host of other benefits including optimizing amino acid metabolism, boosting immune function, facilitating neurotransmitter balance and brain function, and much, much more!

    Vitex Agnus Castus

    Vitex Agnus Castus, also known as Chaste berry, has long been used as a treatment for sexual disorders and insufficiency. However, it wasn’t until recently that scientists examined the compounds in the plant and discovered that many of them can reduce prolactin as much as dopamine itself (7). Other human trials have confirmed that Vitex Agnus Castus is a strong inhibitor of prolactin (8). The key is dosing it properly, and Inhibit-P does just that (9).

    As an added bonus, Vitex Agnus Castus has also been shown to significantly improve acne conditions in a large clinical trial (9)!

    In summary:

    SNS Inhibit-P Provides Consumers With
    A Precision Blended Top Quality Prolactin Control Complex
    At a Cost Effective Price.

    Supplement Facts:
    Serving Size: 1 capsule
    Servings Per Container: 60

    Amount Per Serving:
    Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (Bioactive Coenzyme Form of Vitamin B6) – 50 mg 2500%
    Vitex Agnus Castus (Extract) – 300 mg **
    Mucuna Pruriens (60% L-Dopa) – 150 mg **

    Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow #5.

    Suggested Use:
    As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule 1 to 2 times per day, preferably with a meal.

    This product is for healthy adults over 18 years of age. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing a baby. Consult with your physician before use if you are taking any medication(s), or suffer from any health condition. Keep stored in a cool, dry place away from children.

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  3. yes sir, got me a bottle, it's good stuff.

  4. Holding my NP order for this and caff free FXT!!
    Always open light. Itís not what you open with, itís what you finish with. Louie Simmons

  5. they should have it this week!

  6. Would this be best used while on a cycle of something like tren? or best used in PCT??

  7. I would use it post cycle.

    with tren, i'd recomend something like pstanz or winstrol.

  8. i have minor prolactin gyno from tren and im taking pramipexole p(rescription) and it is not working that well would this help, also how do you dose pramipexole for that
    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    I would use it post cycle.

    with tren, i'd recomend something like pstanz or winstrol.

  9. gotcha...that makes sense. i'll have to pick this up for some tren xtreme I have left over.

  10. maybe

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post

    we just went through a detailed conversation on how the prolactin issue with these steroids is a myth. Look, this is not an advice board this is a board for intellectual discussion of performance enhancment topics. YOu gotta take the time to read the posts. IF its a language problem then that sucks but i dont speak portugeses

    anyway, embeddded in the posts here was a suggestion to use anti-aromatases should you encounter nipple problems with such compounds
    "these steroids" he is referring to is 19nor androgens, like trenbolone, dienolone, nandrolone, etc.

    prolactin will be increased d/t estrogen.

    Quote Originally Posted by sethroberts View Post
    There is much confusion, conjecture and bro’lore surrounding prolactin and progesterone and how to control them to avoid gynecomastia, loss of libido and shutdown. A lot of confusion surrounds the misconception that these two hormones are one in the same. They are, in fact, two totally different hormones, with two totally different mechanisms of action and totally different effect profiles in the body.

    Prolactin secretion is inhibited by dopamine and stimulated by estrogen, stress, TRH, and other factors such as suckling and nipple manipulation. Prolactin acts through prolactin receptors present on the surface of cells.

    In the human, these receptors are stimulated by GH and prolactin with equal potency. Prolactin initiates and maintains lactation in the estrogen primed breast.
    Prolactin is not a growth factor in breast tissue which is why it is necessary for breast tissue to be primed by the growth promoting action of estrogen in order for prolactin to exert its effects.

    Even so, lactation is prevented in the presence of high levels of estrogen and progesterone, such as those that exist in pregnancy, and lactation only proceeds with a drop in estrogen/progesterone levels post delivery. Prolactin inhibits gonadotropin secretion and therefore suppresses the hypothalamic pituitary gonadal axis and the production of testosterone.

    Progesterone is a steroid hormone that binds to intracellular progesterone receptors that act in the nucleus of cells.
    Progesterone is produced in males by the adrenal glands and males have the same plasma level of progesterone as women d o during the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle.

    There are actually two progesterone receptors. A functional receptor and a nonfunctional receptor that acts to suppress the activity of the functional receptor.
    Progesterone antagonizes the effect of estrogen by reducing estrogen receptor levels. This is exemplified by the use of progestins to fight estrogen responsive breast cancer. Progesterone has a potent suppressive effect on gonadotropin secretion and has been used as a contraceptive agent in men.

    Many of the issues that are being attributed to prolactin can be explained through other mechanisms.
    While reducing prolactin may help with reduced libido and shutdown due to AAS, the potential risks involved with using dopaminergics to reduce prolactin levels probably outweighs the benefits. If estrogen is controlled during a cycle, then prolactin is unlikely to be elevated and unlikely to cause a problem.
    So ultimately, this will be best used during pct, but decreasing/controlling prolactin on cycle could help with shut down.

  11. vitex will help with if y'all get acne on cycle, or in pct.

    im thinking of a daa/inhibit p stack, that'll be very good.

  12. stack this with cycle assist for on cycle, and pct assist for post cycle.

  13. just to update. this product does what it supposed to do. it isn't a miracle worker, but it works.

    Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    Hey there.

    'Dissociation of growth hormone and prolactin response to levodopa during pyridoxine administration.

    AuthorsDelitala G, et al. Show all Journal
    Biomedicine. 1977 Jul;27(6):219-22.

    500 mg of levodopa was administered orally to 8 normal subjects and induced an increase of growth hormone (GH) and a decrease of prolactin (PRL) secretion. The levodopa-induced GH release was inhibited by an intravenous infusion of pyridoxine; on the contrary, the PRL response to levodopa was enhanced by pyridoxine infusion. This dissociation of GH and PRL responses to levodopa during pyridoxine infusion appears to be mediated by peripheral acceleration of the conversion of levodopa to dopamine. Since dopamine does not penetrate the blood-brain barrier, the enhanced PRL decrease observed during pyridoxine infusion might be explained only on the basis of a mechanism of action exerted by dopamine on extra blood-brain barrier sites.'

    L-Dopa + B6 = Less GH increase
    L-Dopa + B6 = Greater Prolactin decrease.


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