I joined up specifically to give my review of. First of all, I paid over 200 dollars for 3 bottles of this stuff and I'm honestly looking into ways to get my money back, perhaps through an ombudsman or legal entity though it seems it's not worth the effort for 200 or so dollars..
I wasn't really aware of the contents, to be fair I kind of bought into a lot of the hype that went around, which is unlike me, but I was happy that the industry was able to produce something new and exciting. Anyways, I always make reasonable progress in my lifts so yeah I could write on here that I was on and I increased my bench by xx lbs.. but I won't. Because the truth of the matter is - I just pissed my money away.
On Prime, off Prime - no difference. There wasn't so much as a day over the cycle that I thought yeah maybe I'm getting something out of this.
I done some research into Prime recently - and I came up with some Real interesting facts. Firstly - Prime isn't as strong as Dianabol as there magazine adverts say. lets get that clear. Prime isn't even as useful as cat bile to a powerlifter. Now, Prime is made of acquaticus and terminalia chebula. Sounds f'ing fancy that. But it's not. It's not really trib - it's a waterchestnut that's a fast growing weed all over waterlogged regions of the world. The terminalia is a fruit that's eaten in Pakistan - they eat it in syrup for a snack. But they aren't jacked. They did some trials on terminalia - and the best they came up with was it's maybe good for rat's intestinal health or some rubbish. Who gives a toss really.
I had a friend of mine who's from QingDao pull me a favor and contact some exporters in Southern China - turns out there's nothing fancy about tribulus acquaticus at all. They have it stockpiled and demand is low. No backorder or any rubbish like the website tries to make out - further, there's nothing seasonal about waterchestnuts. No special growing method, nada.
Looking back I can't believe how stupid I was to think this product even had the potential to work. It's no doubt the biggest scam yet, and trust me, I've taken some dodgy supplements.