SNS Inhibit-P - Vitex Agnus Castus Extract?

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    SNS Inhibit-P - Vitex Agnus Castus Extract?


    I read on the lable of Inhibit-P from SNS that it contains 300 mg of a vitex agnus castus extract. What does extract mean here? Is it the unprocessed dried and powderized berries or a concentrated form of vitex agnus castus like a 10:1 extract?

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    It is neither. It is extracted for specific constituents that:

    1. Reduce prolactin
    2. Synergize with the mu-opioids in our mucuna extract
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    It is neither. It is extracted for specific constituents that:

    1. Reduce prolactin
    2. Synergize with the mu-opioids in our mucuna extract
    Very interesting. How did you find out which specific vitex agnus castus constituents are most effective for reducing prolcatin and synergize with the mu-opioids in your mucuna extract? Do you have a research lab or did you have a research lab perform the analyses for you? Or were these human trials with volunteers?
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    Mu-opioids you say

    Great for on cycle.... Or so I've researched. Good post cycle as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhulk View Post
    Very interesting. How did you find out which specific vitex agnus castus constituents are most effective for reducing prolcatin and synergize with the mu-opioids in your mucuna extract? Do you have a research lab or did you have a research lab perform the analyses for you? Or were these human trials with volunteers?
    There is pre-existing research on many compounds in Vitex.
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    The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
    It is neither. It is extracted for specific constituents that:

    1. Reduce prolactin
    2. Synergize with the mu-opioids in our mucuna extract
    Would this be good to use during an androbulk cycle? Basically anything 19 nor related right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD261985 View Post
    Would this be good to use during an androbulk cycle? Basically anything 19 nor related right?
    I see no reason why it wouldn't be beneficial. I know people who use it standalone for the mood and sleep benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
    I see no reason why it wouldn't be beneficial. I know people who use it standalone for the mood and sleep benefits.
    Inhibit p can be used in conjunction with AI's like arimidex correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD261985 View Post
    Inhibit p can be used in conjunction with AI's like arimidex correct?
    Correct. It will not lower estrogen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I see no reason why it wouldn't be beneficial. I know people who use it standalone for the mood and sleep benefits.
    I used it on Andromass and continued to use it afterwards for the above reasons.
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