Mr Cooper, thanks for your input bro, it's appreciated, i know your posts n ur usually spot on.
I still think it's worthless to put l dopa into a prolactin inhibiting product also containing p5p or b6 in the form of macuna or otherwise in any amount. You may not be using enough to create side effects, but then again, if that's the case your not going to be using enough to get benefits either. Not to mention, while the full spectrum effects of macuna are great, they are not the point of this supplement in the first place and have no positive effect on prolactin. Only the l-dopa extract does.
I'm unsure of what benefit vitex plays here, especially in the manner your talking about it.... is it a decarboxylase inhibitor? A quick search pulled up nothing in regards to it negating the peripheral interactions of p5p and an l-dopa extract.
As for referencing what I've already said in the past (with citations) in regards to black lion research and their similar profiled product "prolactrone
".... here's a link to my post (yes I use a different name over there ) http://www.prohormoneforum.com/suppl...tml#post933624
Might want to look through that whole thread and search some of my other posts i made going rounds with that guy on the subject, he was completely ignorant to the issue and then got belligerent when it was brought to his attention... at least sns is a stand up company with good reps that know something and when to take into higher up....
i still don't think taking these combo prolactin products are wise especially considering the insanely low cost for the individual ingredients and increased benefits that are attainable with properly spaced dosing...