What's the deal with this stuff? Well, iForce is the first to release this ingredient (N-Methyl D-Aspartic Acid). We basically have here a theoretically more potent form of DAA. Interestingly, anecdotal reports so far have had different responses than those of DAA it seems. There just isn't a lot of research out on this ingredient, but I (as well as PA and others) don't feel that it is dangerous at this dose orally. Whether it works can only be evaluated based on anecdote for now.
So let's evaluate what I'm looking for.
-Evidence of test increase is ideal, but not necessarily a realistic expectation with an OTC t-booster. Strength gains, mass gains, leaner gains, improved recovery are what we're looking for here.
-Along the lines of improved recovery, improved sleep seems to be universally reported. I have used the gambit of sleep enhancers so we'll see how Intimidate stacks up.
-Mood elevation. This is the standard that test products have to live up to.
-There are claims of cognitive benefits. It will be difficult to evaluate this since there is ALCAR in the other product.