The ingredients are different, but what is the difference between these products? Is one "better" than the other in general or for certain goals? Thanks.
Hmm, this looks familiar .
They're both great supplements, and while I haven't used , > for me...but not by much, and I'm curious to see if Erase Pro could put it over the top.
I've used (well still using) Erase pro, in addition to Triazole. They are both very similar in terms of effects. I've leaned out a bit more on Erase Pro and feel/look drier. Triazole my strength shot up dramatically and my mood was enhanced, leaned out as well. Both are quality products, made by quality companies. Can't go wrong either way.
From what I understand, Erase, Erase Pro and Triazole claim to raise testosterone, but most people do not seem to be using these products as a primary testosterone booster. Why is that?
I preferred Triazole to Erase (Triazole remains one of my favorite supplements of all time). I have not tried Erase Pro, but it would have to be a significant increase in quality over Triazole to make up for the 20 dollar difference....but that's just poor old me!
Erase Pro contains a potent synthetic aromatase inhibitor, so strong only one capsule per day is needed, along with 2 new ingredients utilizing mechanisms no other products use also potent enough for once capsule per day dosing...so its apples to oranges really.
Been looking at Erase Pro ... couple questions ... would it be OK to use with or immediately following Endosurge ?? I haven't seen anything about potential side-effects ... has anyone experienced some?? Kinda new to pro-hormones so forgive the questions ... been scanning through posts but haven't seen the answers to these questions ..
The primary function of a prohormone is to enhance the strength of the hormone that already occurs in the body... By that definition (and manufacturers claims) I believe this falls into this category .. not knocking it just calling it the way I see it ..
my questions about " stacking" it with Endosurge or following a bottle of Endosurge with Erase Pro is due to the manufacturer warnings of " only one pill per day" and "8 weeks max with 4 weeks off" .. while Endosurge has a higher dose it does have the same " cycle" recommendations ..
Running Erase Pro after 8 weeks of Endosurge would keep testosterone elevated for 16 weeks at this point, although you would be adding in estrogen inhibitors.. what are, if any, potential side effects ??
I ask these questions because I am 45yo .. my body had already slowed its testosterone production considerably so I am curious why I can't consistently take " natural" testosterone enhancers ..
You're thinking of something that has pro-hormonal effects on endogenous hormones, in which case Erase Pro and Endosurge are.
Endosurge and Erase Pro both utilize different ingredients and entirely different hormonal pathways, so stacking the two would be an excellent way to get the best of both worlds.
The only real side effect you may get is heightened libido and and dry joints from Erase Pro.
In the end the results may all be the same, but id prefer running Erase Pro/endosurge for 8 weeks vs Eight weeks of each alone.
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Only Erase Pro has a SERM portion in the formula. No other formula has this, so it cant be compared to other products.
If you are just talking about comparing products that increases test and decreases estrogen then i guess you could compare, but they work differently
Would erase pro compare to nolva?Originally Posted by nattydisaster
I've used both and I liked Erase and ErasePro much more.
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