Which Cissus to choose for joints?

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    Which Cissus to choose for joints?


    I am seeing a wide array of cissus products 5% 10% 20% 40%. I thought the higher percentages were for more anabolic affect and less joint and tendon healing affect. Which one?

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    Lower percent is for joint help while higher percent may have an anabolic effect although I personally haven't read any evidence on this yet.

    I will say though that with cissus it will help with joints and pains which will help you lift harder which will help you achieve more of an anabolic effect.
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    SNS Cissus XT - 5%
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Lower percent is for joint help while higher percent may have an anabolic effect although I personally haven't read any evidence on this yet.
    right
    the higher the ketosterone %, the more anabolic and less joint-targeted it becomes

    OP - Achilles has cq in it, along with some other herbs - is legit and powerful
    provides a unique pain-killing/healing experience i've felt nowhere else - and i took stand-alone cq for a good long time
    no comparison, for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Lower percent is for joint help while higher percent may have an anabolic effect although I personally haven't read any evidence on this yet.

    I will say though that with cissus it will help with joints and pains which will help you lift harder which will help you achieve more of an anabolic effect.
    Lifting harder = muscle anabolism.

    Cissus anabolic effect = bone anabolism (stimulation of osteoblasts)
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    Joint Help. Amazing reviews, patented technology, and real results.

    2g cissus and the almighty Paractin.

    The ONLY joint support supplement that offers both immediate and long lasting pain relief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    Joint Help. Amazing reviews, patented technology, and real results.

    2g cissus and the almighty Paractin.

    The ONLY joint support supplement that offers both immediate and long lasting pain relief.
    I second this. Cissus is a great standalone supplement (as in SNS Cissus XT) that can be a cost effective joint health solution, but the addition of ParActin in Joint Help is something that really sets it apart from the others and potentiates some remarkable effects above and beyond that of any cissus extract IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
    SNS Cissus XT - 5%
    Cissus xt, ftw, won't let you down http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/s...-120-caps.html

    Get it while it's still here. The best sells out quick
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Cissus anabolic effect = bone anabolism (stimulation of osteoblasts)
    is interesting you bring this up..

    not related to cissus adjunct, but was reading recently on osteoblast therapies

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    I have never really strayed for the Original Gangsters in the Cissus arena.

    Since the OG Cissus RX by USP.

    Now it is SuperCissus.

    I tried some bulk powders, but they never really compared.
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    Gran the bulk powder from nutra... tastes like clay and dirt but you can use the parachute paper method for poverty capping
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    I've used both SNS Cissus XT and USP Super Cissus. Both helped my shoulders, elbows and knees.
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    I have only ever used USP labs Version, so I stick with it, works wonders for me
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    Super Cissus is a life saver for me. I've tried Cissus XT and found it effective as well.
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    What percentage is Super Cissus RX... price wise it looks to be better deal than Cissus XT
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    Quote Originally Posted by chainsaw View Post
    What percentage is Super Cissus RX... price wise it looks to be better deal than Cissus XT
    SC is 10% i believe, bulk cissus 5%
    at least is what it used to be, can't imagine they have changed it
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleWade View Post
    I second this. Cissus is a great standalone supplement (as in SNS Cissus XT) that can be a cost effective joint health solution, but the addition of ParActin in Joint Help is something that really sets it apart from the others and potentiates some remarkable effects above and beyond that of any cissus extract IMHO.
    ^^^^

    cant beat joint help.....you get your full dose of cissus, and for only a couple bucks more a month you are getting a nice dose of paractin on top of it
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    formutech's flexible is a solid joint support product which includes 1000mg of cissus per serving (40%) along with other lubricating goodies....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginandtonic View Post
    Gran the bulk powder from nutra... tastes like clay and dirt but you can use the parachute paper method for poverty capping
    I thought it tasted like clay too.. i kind of like it though. It reminds me of when I was a kid and I tried to eat play doh lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    ^^^^

    cant beat joint help.....you get your full dose of cissus, and for only a couple bucks more a month you are getting a nice dose of paractin on top of it
    I am interested in trying joint help out and learning more about this paractin ingredient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    I am interested in trying joint force out and learning more about this paractin ingredient.
    It is not effective in repairing or rebuilding stronger joint cartilage nor does it lubricate as hyaluronic acid, it is helpful for those with pain caused from inflammation though.
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    you mean Joint Help!

    JF is a different product/company.

    Here is a link to more paractin info:

    http://www.hpingredients.com/index.php?page=Paractin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballesteri View Post
    It is not effective in repairing or rebuilding stronger joint cartilage nor does it lubricate as hyaluronic acid, it is helpful for those with pain caused from inflammation though.
    reduction of inflammation means your body can repair itself. We have yet to have anything but 10/10 reviews for Joint Help, it is without a doubt the fastest acting, and most powerful pain reliever/joint support product currently available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    you mean Joint Help!

    JF is a different product/company.

    Here is a link to more paractin info:

    http://www.hpingredients.com/index.php?page=Paractin
    My bad,that is what I meant.edited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack411 View Post
    and learning more about this paractin ingredient...
    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    you mean Joint Help!

    JF is a different product/company.

    I was simply answering Mack about exactly how paractin actually works in the body, no need for alarm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballesteri View Post
    I was simply answering Mack about exactly how paractin actually works in the body, no need for alarm...
    my response was to Mack, not you
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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    my response was to Mack, not you
    all gravy sir, at least Mack has no need to worry about having his questions answered
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballesteri View Post
    all gravy sir, at least Mack has no need to worry about having his questions answered
    LOL touche!
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