I was reading some of the side effects on the internet and was wondering what your chances were of getting gynecomastia from taking natural test boosters? Or do you risk getting gyno at all?
most likely side effect with good test booster is more boners
I don't think you can get it from a natural T-booster. Maybe an extra zit here and there.
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you shouldnt get gyno from a natty test booster. just take em as directed and be sure to cycle off them
you would get all the sides that increased test levels bring; the usuals like mild acne, maybe some hair loss, etc. But the sides are usually so minute you wouldnt even notice, at least with a natty t-booster. At least from my experiences...
Thanks, it all sounds good to me
When I first started looking into Natty test boosters I took straight Tongkat Ali and I did get a mild case of gyno. I know I did because I have never had it before. I didnt grow boobs but after awhile I noticed a little extra fat around my chest, which was really strange. I would definitely recommend taking one with est control if you go the natty way. I stopped taking the nattys and found (although I certainly would advocate going as natural as possible) that products that have 25mg of aromatase inhibitors i.e. 6-bromo, inhibit-E or evenwork effectively at increasing your test. 25mg is a mild dose and you really do feel the effects after a week. Just my 2 cents.
what types of estrogen blockers should I be looking for in a natty booster or any test booster? any one have any preferances or amounts they recommend?
I have used stinging nettle root stacked with Chrysin and it worked alright but certainly not as well as an AI.
We seem to be at a crossroads in the industry with a lot of people going away from steroidal AI's and focusing more on things like Indole 3 Carbinol.
Steroidal AI's will lower estrogen and raise testosterone, but also lower IGF-1 levels.
I3C is much more healthy, and controls estrogen metabolites, which is what we want in the long term.
I have looked into Indole but something I read kind of steered me away from this. 'Most studies report protective effects but a few studies indicate that indole-3-carbinol may promote prostate cancer formation.' Looking at synthetic alternatives I agree that going with the natural supplement would be preferable, but I was turned off this compound after reading that little tid bit. Source: http://www.phytochemicals.info/phyto...3-carbinol.php
So with things like DTP, Testopro, Phyto-Testosterone, etc., is it necessary to run an estrogen blocker as well?