Forskolin and its effects on estrogen

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    Forskolin and its effects on estrogen


    I'm considering buying some forskolin to help me get more cut, I'm currently on eca and am trying to get rid of some stubborn fat particularly around one side of my chest and my abs and am wondering how this will affect my estrogen levels. Also, am considering doing a letro/nolva combo to get rid of this assymetrical chest fat and am wondering if Forskolin would be counter indicated for this (?). I've been trying to read up on this but figured I'd come here and get some of the experts opinions

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    Forskolin should have a negligible effect on estrogen in either direction
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    Quote Originally Posted by GigaPaladin View Post
    I'm considering buying some forskolin to help me get more cut, I'm currently on eca and am trying to get rid of some stubborn fat particularly around one side of my chest and my abs and am wondering how this will affect my estrogen levels. Also, am considering doing a letro/nolva combo to get rid of this assymetrical chest fat and am wondering if Forskolin would be counter indicated for this (?). I've been trying to read up on this but figured I'd come here and get some of the experts opinions
    You should take a look at Tropinol XP. It has Forskolin but also has nitrates which should help you dry out as well.
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    How do nitrates help you dry out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    How do nitrates help you dry out?
    Potassium Nitrate has a slight diuretic effect. Nothing drastic enough to dehydrate you, but it is noticeable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    How do nitrates help you dry out?
    potassium nitrate is used in some applications as a diuretic, puzo was prolly referring to that.
  

  
 

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