OxyElite Pro Question
- 03-18-2010, 10:24 AM
- 03-18-2010, 11:28 AM
OEP is awesome, I had a great run with it. Search the logs, there are plenty of people who have shared their experience with it.
03-18-2010, 11:57 AM
it didnt work well for me, increased hunger, just compared it to any energy booster, but with alot of hunger. there are better options out there imho.
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03-18-2010, 12:22 PM
a majority of people see excellent results. Increasing appetite is not one of them, if anything it will have some appetite suppression.
OEP is by far my favorite thermogenic. OEP and Recreate is my favorite fat loss stack.
It's a solid product and I would recommend it highly over many other products on the market.
03-23-2010, 10:38 AM
03-27-2010, 10:16 PM
03-27-2010, 11:21 PM
It gave me some wicked migraines. I have several bottles that I am going to put in the Auction Section soon.
03-28-2010, 03:45 AM
03-28-2010, 08:11 AM
Each person is different and not everyone is going to have a positive response to a product.
Sam I Am obviously did not respond well to one or more of the ingredients in OEP and is doing the smart thing by discontinuing it`s use and auctioning his remaining product to someone who may respond more favorably to it.
In my opinion,it is irresponsible for you to try persuade him to override the warning signals that his body is sending him by suggesting he increase his water intake.
Could be he his allergic to one or more of the ingredients in OEP,in which case continuing it`s use would be unwise.
Doesn`t mean OEP is a bad product,it just means that it is not for everyone.
03-28-2010, 09:36 AM
I will desist from reacting to your position on hydration. Suffice it to say it is more imporatnt than you apparently think.
There is absolutely nothing new in this comment, as it is well-known.Each person is different and not everyone is going to have a positive response to a product.
How could you be so sure about this a priori? How could you reach such a conclusion without excluding possible explanations; without understanding the underlying factors? Why do researchers take the pain to do a placebo-controlled study, when they could simply extrapolate possible results? Not to imply Sam I Am's experience was placebo, in order to fully establish the problem was from OEP, one had to maintain exactly the same conditions before and after OEP use, with the only difference being the addition of OEP. How could you know all this happened, to conclude the problem was from OEP? Do you know if he is on a medication? Has a family history of migranes? Reduced his water intake after starting OEP, probably because he drinks mostly with meals, and had fewer meals with OEP? Not saying all this happened, but how do we know without asking rudimentary questions? Just jumping to conclusions is the easy way to go, as you showed.Sam I Am obviously did not respond well to one or more of the ingredients in OEP...
That would be the right thing to do, if OEP, were in fact, the cause. Like it or not, right now, we do not have enough information to reach that conclusion....and is doing the smart thing by discontinuing it`s use and auctioning his remaining product to someone who may respond more favorably to it...
With all due respect, your comprehension skills need re-evaluation! Where did I try to persuade him to continue with OEP? Where did I suggest he should increase his water intake? Does asking how his hydration was while on OEP (he apparently does not take OEP anymore) in any way suggest he should ignore any signals, or even suggest he should increase his water intake?In my opinion,it is irresponsible for you to try persuade him to override the warning signals that his body is sending him by suggesting he increase his water intake.
Perhaps unknown to him, he has an allergy to one or more of the ingredients, but without asking questions, we would never know!Could be he his allergic to one or more of the ingredients in OEP,in which case continuing it`s use would be unwise.
We never pretended OEP were for everyone.Doesn`t mean OEP is a bad product,it just means that it is not for everyone.
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03-28-2010, 10:01 AM
03-28-2010, 12:28 PM
Creatine gives some users diarrhea, while others experience constipation. We all respond differently.
As you know, Ike, I do have a history with migraines, so the product only brought out what I already suffer from.
03-28-2010, 02:27 PM
For me, appetite suppression is nonexistent and I get very mild energy from it. However, if you have the discipline to control your diet and exercise well, it helps quite a bit.
03-28-2010, 02:43 PM
03-28-2010, 04:26 PM
hey everyone! I'm new to the site and am impressed. I have been taking OEP for 3 days now and I think I'm seeing a slight difference in my weight. I have been having chills and very slight headaches but nothing to worry myself with. It has suppresed my appetite to a satisfactory level for me to where I'm not constantly in the kitchen snacking between meals and love OEP alot. I also experienced nausea some but it is getting better but to me the nausea is good because it makes me not hungry so I eat less. And I have been eating pretty healthy in my opion. I am at 145 at the moment and hope to get down to 125 in a couple of months. We'll see what happens.
03-28-2010, 04:28 PM
after a 5-6lb gain over the winter...i tried this in mid feb..."with a strict diet"...lost 2 pounds in a month...subpar IMO...I bought a second bottle around march 15th..added 25mg of ephedrine to it and lost 8lbs in 2 weeks...i had to drop the ephedrine because i only wanted to lose 7-8 lbs....bottom line the ephedrine really sped things up for me.
For the record, i tried adding Ephedrine to lipo 6 and xenadrine with little or no results, so take it for what its worth.
03-28-2010, 08:09 PM
I know plenty of people have had great results with it, just not me.
03-29-2010, 01:07 AM
i just took my first dose of OEP this morning. I couldn't even tell that i took anything. So tomorrow, I will take 3 on empty stomach and see if i can feel this '"burn" i keep hearing about. I am an avid USP labs user so I really want to see another one of their products work for me.
Day 2 i took 2 OEP with N.O. Explode this mornin and my workout was crazy. Felt like i could lift the world and my body was on fire. Felt like i could lift the world and lost a million pounds in one workout. Also i drank a gallon of water with the OEP. Maybe this is what kicks it in. Try it out guys, it was worth the money.
03-29-2010, 08:37 AM
03-29-2010, 08:59 AM
I've used OEP with exceptional results. Had the diet on point, cardio 5-6 days a week, and a 4-day split lifting. I need to start a cut for the summer so I'm thinking of cycling clen two weeks and OEP two weeks, for a total of either 8 or 12 weeks, to see what kind of results I get.
03-29-2010, 12:34 PM
03-29-2010, 02:50 PM
Tons of solid reviews on OEP. Some of the negative reviews seem to be "user-caused" IMO. People not starting with a low dose, people expecting too much, people being dehydrated or not being serious with it.
That's just stimulants for you though...some people love them some people don't
03-29-2010, 05:45 PM
imo it gives a nice mild stim effect, but thats common with most of these products, all you need is a caffein cap and a cheap geranium cap to get the same effect, except that OEP increased appetite real bad. i am not the only one on these boards or other boards who have had this effect.
ok, i layed out my honest opinion again, now time for the usp guys to attack me again, lol
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