Water Pill Question: Xpel Vs. SciFit Water Loss

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    Water Pill Question: Xpel Vs. SciFit Water Loss


    Ok I'm off to vacation in a couple weeks, and want to know which one is best for looking ripped (or at least cut) on the beach.

    (1) Xpel - Ingredients: B6, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium (3% DV)
    Diuretic Blend: Buchu leaf, cornsilk stylus (Zea Mays), couchgrass rhizome (agropyron repens), hydrangea root, juniper berry fruit, uva ursi leaf, dandelion root, horsetail extract.
    Green tea leaf extract and guarana seed extract (75 mg caffeine)

    (2) Water Loss - Juniper Berry Extract - 500 Mg
    - Dandelion Root - 500 mg
    - Uva Ursi - 500 mg
    - Buchu Extract - 500 mg
    - Magnesium Gluconate - 100 mg
    - B6 - 50 mg

    Ok they're pretty similar but maybe someone on AM has had experiences with one or both.

    Thanks in advance!

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    NOW foods "water out"

    same results less cash
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    NOW foods "water out"

    same results less cash
    Nice thanks brother! Although I have both of these (don't ask, they were pretty cheap anyway) so I'll probably end up getting Water Out next time..
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    1- 40mg furosemide (lasix) and 1- 2.5mg Metolazone (zaroxolyn), once in the morning and once in the early afternoon....you'll piss out everything you got
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Seaward

    Nice thanks brother! Although I have both of these (don't ask, they were pretty cheap anyway) so I'll probably end up getting Water Out next time..
    right on.

    make sure if you booze to stay hydrated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    right on.

    make sure if you booze to stay hydrated!
    my solution was not OTC, i should have asterisked it but man do you piss out a few gallons on that stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WARBIRDWS6

    my solution was not OTC, i should have asterisked it but man do you piss out a few gallons on that stuff!
    I just used water out and had booze and I was pissin every 20 minutes.
    got pretty dry too
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    right on.

    make sure if you booze to stay hydrated!
    Good call! I'll see if I can get a potassium supplement as well, anything else maybe that I should take to make sure I don't pass out or anything???

    You guys rock, thanks for the help.
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    good idea -I had magnesium, calcium, potassium with me
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    I've never taken a water pill before, do you lose any 'fullness' to your muscles? Hopefully it's the best of both worlds...definitely gonna drink by the way I'm hitting up Miami and then Bahamas baby!!!!!
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    thanks for the reps, just be careful you dont dehydrate yourself with drinking and taking a "water" pill
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    good idea -I had magnesium, calcium, potassium with me
    I do the same, these three morning and night. double up the dose as well if you are on heavy duty diuretics, esp the potassium .
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    I have used Xpel and it worked pretty well.
    Axis Labs Xtract used to work really well. I have not used these type of products in a long while though,
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