I guess I prefer to spill powder and wipe it up rather than spilling money into an abyss. Just think of the better stuff you could spend that cash on. Oh well, I won't try to convert you. Much.
Soooo, it's late at nite, and the math ain't quite at its best. So your saying the PP is a no go for someone who doesn't cap...Originally Posted by Strateg0s
I'm saying that there is nothing wrong with PP or with NF, but you will have to spend way less using Kalyx's generic powder. To use PP rather than Kalyx you are paying 6.5x as much cash. No thanks.
Math: $2.69/60g (1:1, from 15g 4:1) = 4.5c/g
$3.58/454g = 0.7c/g so
4.5c/0.7c = 6.5x the $, and as for the NF, it will be up by a similar factor again, so like 50x as much...
Now its hitting home, thanks...Originally Posted by Strateg0s
1 to 1 powder from ground seeds seemed to work well for me. I just took a couple grams at a time. Sooo Kalyx seems to be the best bargain overall.
hey guys my pops has been on BP meds for years but just stopped because insurance not covering all the cost or some sh*t. He is a stubborn old geezer who thinks that creatine = anadrol, and I've been hard pressed to get him to swallow anything that doesn't come from a pharmacy. I think I can get him to swallow two or three things a day and so far I got, and for BP. Is read yeast rice effective for BP? Would you recomend something instead or as an addition?
Red Yeast Rice is beneficial for cholesterol...I've known a few people who have benefited slightly for BP. If he doesn't have high cholesterol and his BP is still somewhat high, I would try out the Celery Seed Extract, it seems to be getting very good feedback.
This is good to hear.Originally Posted by size
I also read in another forum where it might also raise HDL levels.
Anyone have any input on this possibility?
I'm going broke buying BP and cholesterol meds.
Went to walmart the other day and used their little machine on my forearm and it said my BP was 180/100. Im on cycle right now, but started taking 2 caps 2x a day of the natural factors celery seed and will get it checked again in a week.
My bp is usually around 146 / 90, which I consider to be normal.
I just wanted to bump this as celery seed extract has been amazing for me. My BP was around 130/85 on average prior to taking it and now it averages 115/75. I take 150 mg of celery seed extract standardized to contain 85% 3nB (brand is Natural Factors) per day along with 3 of the Vitamin Shoppe's Hawthorne Berry caps. This stuff has been a godsend and kept me off taking prescription drugs.
Just wanted to thank Size, since this thread was one of the chief motivators to get me to purchase it.
Celery is claimed to contain androsterone; however, this is inaccurate. Celery actually contains androstenone, which has a different structure to androsterone and is otherwise unrelated.
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