A Ranger with his Essentials is dangerous

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  1. Yeah I am going to make an appt on Monday. What specialist should I seek out? My medical plan allows me to go directly to a specialist without having to be referred by a general practitioner first. Man I miss those military days when I did not to worry about co-pay and deductibles, and paying for meds.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by ABNRanger View Post
    Yeah I am going to make an appt on Monday. What specialist should I seek out? My medical plan allows me to go directly to a specialist without having to be referred by a general practitioner first. Man I miss those military days when I did not to worry about co-pay and deductibles, and paying for meds.
    Seek an orthodpedic specifically, I hear ya, medical visitations can cost a fortune. I wish you the best on your healing process, hopefully orthopedic sees nothing too serious.
    doing my own thang!
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  3. Thanks Andrew, yeah I hope it's nothing too serious.

  4. how you feeling today bro?

  5. Well I have completed my experiment with Essentials. Here is my summary:
    My initial purpose for testing this supplement was to see how it would offer any relief for my knees. I did in fact get some relief, not too significant, but some none the less. I did not work out much while testing the supplement, but on the days I did, I got some good work outs. I substituted it as a pre work out because I ceased using JP8 in order to give Essentials a fair critique. I did not experience any real loss in strength or focus when I took it prior to working out. I would actually consider using it as a non stim pre work out supplement. I think Essentials is good supplement that can be taken as a maintenance supplement. It may work as a good joint relief supp, but not in cases where the injury is severe as in my case. Not taking anything away from Essentials, I just think it is “multi supp” first, and a joint supp second. Within a few minutes of taking it, you can feel the tingling sensation all over you. Taste wise; well let’s say that is the last thing they focused on when they were making this… it is horrible. I have mixed it with all sorts of drinks, but Crystal Light is the one that really made the difference. Would I recommend or buy Essentials, I sure would, but not as remedy for someone with joint issues, unless they were mild symptoms. While I did not get the relief or results I wanted or expected for my knees, I am still pleased with Essentials, because it allowed me to experience something I can use as sort of an “all in one” supplement. While it is not like JP8, for a non stim supp, it sure gave good energy, and focus. I started my Epi cycle today, and since it is not a good thing to mix PH with pre work out stimulants, then I might incorporate Essentials in my cycle as a pre workout. Thanks to the folks at AI for granting me this opportunity.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by ABNRanger View Post
    Well I have completed my experiment with Essentials. Here is my summary:
    My initial purpose for testing this supplement was to see how it would offer any relief for my knees. I did in fact get some relief, not too significant, but some none the less. I did not work out much while testing the supplement, but on the days I did, I got some good work outs. I substituted it as a pre work out because I ceased using JP8 in order to give Essentials a fair critique. I did not experience any real loss in strength or focus when I took it prior to working out. I would actually consider using it as a non stim pre work out supplement. I think Essentials is good supplement that can be taken as a maintenance supplement. It may work as a good joint relief supp, but not in cases where the injury is severe as in my case. Not taking anything away from Essentials, I just think it is “multi supp” first, and a joint supp second. Within a few minutes of taking it, you can feel the tingling sensation all over you. Taste wise; well let’s say that is the last thing they focused on when they were making this… it is horrible. I have mixed it with all sorts of drinks, but Crystal Light is the one that really made the difference. Would I recommend or buy Essentials, I sure would, but not as remedy for someone with joint issues, unless they were mild symptoms. While I did not get the relief or results I wanted or expected for my knees, I am still pleased with Essentials, because it allowed me to experience something I can use as sort of an “all in one” supplement. While it is not like JP8, for a non stim supp, it sure gave good energy, and focus. I started my Epi cycle today, and since it is not a good thing to mix PH with pre work out stimulants, then I might incorporate Essentials in my cycle as a pre workout. Thanks to the folks at AI for granting me this opportunity.
    thanks for the review!!!!! hope your cycle goes well man!!!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by ABNRanger View Post
    Well I have completed my experiment with Essentials. Here is my summary:
    My initial purpose for testing this supplement was to see how it would offer any relief for my knees. I did in fact get some relief, not too significant, but some none the less. I did not work out much while testing the supplement, but on the days I did, I got some good work outs. I substituted it as a pre work out because I ceased using JP8 in order to give Essentials a fair critique. I did not experience any real loss in strength or focus when I took it prior to working out. I would actually consider using it as a non stim pre work out supplement. I think Essentials is good supplement that can be taken as a maintenance supplement. It may work as a good joint relief supp, but not in cases where the injury is severe as in my case. Not taking anything away from Essentials, I just think it is “multi supp” first, and a joint supp second. Within a few minutes of taking it, you can feel the tingling sensation all over you. Taste wise; well let’s say that is the last thing they focused on when they were making this… it is horrible. I have mixed it with all sorts of drinks, but Crystal Light is the one that really made the difference. Would I recommend or buy Essentials, I sure would, but not as remedy for someone with joint issues, unless they were mild symptoms. While I did not get the relief or results I wanted or expected for my knees, I am still pleased with Essentials, because it allowed me to experience something I can use as sort of an “all in one” supplement. While it is not like JP8, for a non stim supp, it sure gave good energy, and focus. I started my Epi cycle today, and since it is not a good thing to mix PH with pre work out stimulants, then I might incorporate Essentials in my cycle as a pre workout. Thanks to the folks at AI for granting me this opportunity.
    Thanks for the honest review, I do feel that the complex in essentials is geared more for preventing joint injuries than healing, it can aid, but cissus is known to regenerate bone tissue and cartilage due to its calcium retaining abilities.
    doing my own thang!

  8. Thanks for the feedback guys.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by ABNRanger View Post
    Thanks for the feedback guys.

    Anytime we can help bro we are only to happy to do so.
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