ALRI Jungle Warfare
- 06-18-2009, 07:00 PM
- 06-18-2009, 07:06 PM
06-18-2009, 07:08 PM
06-18-2009, 08:00 PM
06-18-2009, 08:04 PM
So your gains were pretty lean? Thats what I have been hearing, I was just mostly worried about shut down, did you use any PCT? It is called a non hormonal product, so I am just verifying.
06-18-2009, 08:09 PM
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06-18-2009, 08:14 PM
06-18-2009, 08:15 PM
06-21-2009, 01:57 PM
Its an overlapping program. For long PCT - great. For a collection of test boosters as the main cycle it also looks great. Have thought about it for sure.
Interested to here of the feedback.
I was wondering it stack in complimentary boosters.
06-21-2009, 04:11 PM
Did a run of the first batch of JW (6caps ED for 8 weeks) and it produced very dry lean gains comparable to a cycle of MMV2 and furaz... did the same with the newest version and the only thing i noticed was extreme lethargy... i will be trying it again within the next few months... but it will be 6caps ED for 12 weeks w/ 3 capsED of M1D...
06-24-2009, 04:44 PM
The new JW is NOTHING like the old JW (blue caps, clear bottle, green lettering). The old was hormonal - it had 6-DMT in it or something like that. I ran two bottles of the old stuff before it came out that it was hormonal and finished with the old Restore (6-bromo) and kept essentially everything. The new stuff is pretty awful in my opinion. As far as I know, the old JW is long gone.
06-25-2009, 08:55 AM
BTW what is ED? It looks like a method of dosing.
Hang on a sec... JW is comparable to a prohormone cycle ???? Geeeeee.... think its time I looked into this a bit more.
06-25-2009, 09:10 AM
06-25-2009, 01:54 PM
The reps all say the same thing... Yes it is true but completely unbelievable since JW was "supposed" to be a natural supplement... all i know for certain is the first batch was incredible but it probably did mess up my HPTA since im assuming it was not a natural supplement... and the second batch was just a waste of time... but im not giving up on it yet and will be doing a cycle soon... im not hundred percent on my cycle though... either i will be double dosing it for 12 weeks with M1d or triple dosing it for 8 weeks...
06-25-2009, 02:07 PM
Thanks - if ALRI are board sponsors we need to pull them across and get their input here.
It is a pretty dramatic statement. I know JW was supposed to be good, but not that good.
I'll need to check out MassFX as well because these products are mentioned in the same breath. Do ALRI run reps on this board?
Proprietary Momortica Chirantilia Extract ... okay a plant and this is what they've dug out of it
Conjugated (-)3,4-divanillyl tetrahydrofuran, - thats the stinging nettle DHT blocking.
Aded (17-alkyl-4-delta-5a-dehydro-etiocholan-1,6-den-3-one - no idea what this is at a guess its some sort of androsterone
07-04-2009, 04:16 AM
07-04-2009, 04:28 PM
From the ALRI website
Q: Is Jungle Warfare™ a pro-hormone?
A: No, Jungle Warfare™ is not a pro-hormone. Pro-hormones are suppressive to your body’s natural testosterone levels, have an array of side effects and do not result in permanent gains. How many times have you used pro-hormones and made substantial gains only to lose them all after you ceased its use? This is where Jungle Warfare™ comes into play! Jungle Warfare™ will increase your free testosterone levels while controlling your estrogen levels. Jungle Warfare™ is clean and efficient, whereas pro-hormones storm the castle and leave abruptly taking your gains with it. What does Jungle Warfare™ mean to you? No bloat, no suppression of your natural test levels, quality muscle gains and no unwanted post cycle side effects.
Q: Do I need liver support while using Jungle Warfare™?
A: There is nothing in Jungle Warfare™ that is inherently taxing on the liver. However, we believe that you need to support your liver due to environmental factors. If your general health is compromised, your body will not run efficiently. If your spark plugs don’t work then nitrous boosters won’t help, your body is no different.
Q: Can women take Jungle Warfare™?
A: Yes, women can take Jungle Warfare™. Jungle Warfare™ can be a great product for women, if they are looking for that lean, muscular, yet still feminine look. It even stacks nicely with Pro-Anabol™. However, we strongly advise a slightly lower dosage (1 capsule/day) for women than suggested to men and to take at least 2-weeks off after taking Jungle Warfare™ for 2-weeks. At this recommended dosage, there should be no signs of any adverse side effects with women like masculinization type effects.
Q: Will Jungle Warfare™ negatively affect the HPTA in men, and thus require a PCT protocol?
A: No, Jungle Warfare™ will not negatively affectthe HPTA in men.Plus, Jungle Warfare™ can be used as part of an extensive PCT regimen and keep the body anabolic while the HPTA is in recovery mode so to speak.
Q: Is Jungle Warfare™ a steroid & could it cause one to fail a drug test?
A: Jungle Warfare™ is neither a steroid nor a pro-steroid though it does contain a steroidal Aromatase inhibitor similar to Aromasin or Arimidex. All tested organizations have different testing procedures and guidelines, so we cannot make an all-inclusive statement. However, many do test for ratios including free testosterone, or epitestosterone to estrogen ratios. One of Jungle Warfare’s™ main goals/effects is the sharp increase in free testosterone, thus making the body’s main androgenic hormone more bioavailable and useable. Again, this is accomplished through making the body work more efficiently from the inside out, not from the outside in as with common pro-hormones or steroids. This reason coupled with the slight decrease in circulating estrogens could inevitably cause one to have a false drug test.
07-07-2009, 12:00 PM
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