2. I have addressed that question 100 times on this forum. Use the search function.
3. Inhibit-P is not designed to act as a clinical prolactin suppressor. It's a comprehensive, supplement formula designed to optimize/control prolactin levels.
But since you are so keen on dismantling Inhibit-P, let's once again reassess the facts on your product:
1. It's illegal.
2. It's overpriced l-dopa.
3. It uses a dose of EGCG fit for a single rat.
I have to go study for an exam, but take care fixing the above issues, especially #1, before making another go at Inhibit-P. I'm still curious as to where your hostility came from.
Oh, and what you posted isn't what you said in the PM(s). But alas, I don't blame you, as you'd look like a fool if you posted the full PM after reading my post previous to this.