Just saw this around the web: Solid
no ingredients yet, any guess on what this product would be comparable to?
I'm in to read something about it
They must be really proud of it. I've been trying to get the ingredient profile for quite some time now on their facebook page
I didn't even get if it's a ph or not
Don't think so, even if it sounds strange to me. I read somewhere that are 'natural occuring ingredients'. In 2 weeks we will know much more about it..
Interesting....Curious as well
Has BPI ever put out anything that's earth shatteringly good?
Dunno, I've never tried anything from BPI to be honest lol
I am interested to see if this is another over hyped supplement. From what I read so far, it is a test booster. If it is worth anything, might nice to run this after a ph cycle. Would also be nice to see how it compares to AH by PP.
I've tried a few of their products, in fact I have a huge amount of samples of various BPI products. You're not missing anything.
SOLID™ Proprietary Blend 100mg
Borassus Aethiopum (Germinating Shoot) *
Tulbaghia Violacea Harv. (Leaf And Rhizome) *
Cynodon Dactylon (Aerial) *
Any feedback/serious science on these herbs??
Never heard of any of that.. No tests on humans = no buy for me
I made that mistake way too many times
Tulbaghia violacea (Society Garlic, Pink Agapanthus) is a plant species indigenous to southern Africa and is used locally as a herbal remedy/medicine to treat several ailments. Recently it ws demonstrated to have androgenic and anti-cancer properties in vitro.
Additional research is being conducted on C. dactylon involving its glycemic potential, which is involved in the treatment of diabetes. In laboratory rats treated with the ethanolic extract of defatted C. dactylon, hypoglycemic and anti-diabetic results were observed on the blood glucose levels of the tested population. Test populations showed nearly a 50% drop in blood glucose levels when the proper dosage was administered. This suggests the potential for Cynodon dactylon to become an alternative to current diabetes medications. Used in traditional cultures for toothache & amibiasis(dysentry)
So the third one seems some sort of GDA
Nothing on the first really
Cynodon Dactylon (Aerial) is even a mild diuretic.
As the majority of the supplements hitting the market in these years, there's little research and only experience could give an answer on effectiveness. We even cannot know anything about side effects of course.
That said, i'm really interested in knowing about the effectiveness of this supplement because it is claimed to act like a drug we all know and this make me really curious LOL
I will try this for sure