Coop's Corner #1: Forskolin + B-agonists

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  1. I dose 1-2 forskoin-95 caps with each scoop of alphamine. It totals to 50-150mg daily


  2. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I dose 1-2 forskoin-95 caps with each scoop of alphamine. It totals to 50-150mg daily
    So you're usually dosing the F95 on an empty stomach? I've been trying to dose mine 15-20 min before breakfast & dinner. But I didn't know if it makes a difference.
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  3. Great post OP

  4. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I dose 1-2 forskoin-95 caps with each scoop of alphamine. It totals to 50-150mg daily
    50mg Being the least and 150mg being the most. Now does the dose depend on body weight? If it doesn't than whats the difference in terms of effects?
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  5. I've been stacking Pure Forskolin with Compound 20 with a great results in the past. with added Alphamine it would be a killer stack
    i find that 75mg of Forskolin (pure) is the perfect spot. really enjoy the benifets of forskolin!
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by ddfox View Post
    So you're usually dosing the F95 on an empty stomach? I've been trying to dose mine 15-20 min before breakfast & dinner. But I didn't know if it makes a difference.
    With or without meals won't matter with the 95%. Forskolin has pretty decent retention time too

    Quote Originally Posted by halfhuman View Post
    50mg Being the least and 150mg being the most. Now does the dose depend on body weight? If it doesn't than whats the difference in terms of effects?
    The studies don't titrate according to bodyweight, but I'd say yes, the effects are weight-dependent. Lower doses create subtler body composition changes, while higher doses have your thyroid output, testosterone production, lipolysis, anabolic signaling, and vasodilation maxed out.

  7. Some sweet info in this thread. I'll definitely be picking up some forskolin to go with my next alphamine run.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post


    The studies don't titrate according to bodyweight, but I'd say yes, the effects are weight-dependent. Lower doses create subtler body composition changes, while higher doses have your thyroid output, testosterone production, lipolysis, anabolic signaling, and vasodilation maxed out.
    So would the effects of forskolin be "extra" noticeable or good in someone with an under active thyroid?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by SoupNaziNazi View Post
    So would the effects of forskolin be "extra" noticeable or good in someone with an under active thyroid?
    The most common cause of hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's, would be unaffected since it results in autoimmune destruction of the thyroid.

  10. Is cycling necessary... how long can you run it

  11. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post

    The most common cause of hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's, would be unaffected since it results in autoimmune destruction of the thyroid.
    Google here I come!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by doggy_dog View Post
    Does Forskolin offer any benefits in relation to lean body mass increase or is it more towards fat loss?
    I read a study a while back where it suggest that forskolin did offer benefits in relations to increased lean body tissue, but I believe the study was done on untrained individuals (female and males I believe). I'd have to try and find the study.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by mpaquett View Post

    I read a study a while back where it suggest that forskolin did offer benefits in relations to increased lean body tissue, but I believe the study was done on untrained individuals (female and males I believe). I'd have to try and find the study.
    It activated glp-1 as well

  14. How should forskolin be cycled? I've been using 100mg analyzed Supplements Forskolin 95 a day with OG Anabeta for July and August. Can I continue to run it or should I give it s month break and then get back on it?

  15. Could have sworn I saw a few people recommend 12 weeks.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Clemenza View Post
    How should forskolin be cycled? I've been using 100mg analyzed Supplements Forskolin 95 a day with OG Anabeta for July and August. Can I continue to run it or should I give it s month break and then get back on it?

    I've asked Cooper this question and he told me 12 weeks and then cycle off for a month. Cooper, is that correct?

  17. Clemenza, what have you noticed running it at that dosage?. Did you start at 100mg?

  18. It was taken for 3 months in the study so thats what I would do
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  19. A Coop thread? Sub'd for sum learninnn
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  20. This is a great thread

  21. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I've asked Cooper this question and he told me 12 weeks and then cycle off for a month. Cooper, is that correct?

  22. 1) I understand the utility of diminishing returns but Is there any value using the "more is better" principle with a product like Forskolin?
    I tend to need more than the average Joe for many products.

    2) PES T2: What is the ingredient that is a beta-2 agonist?

    3) Wouldnt adding an α-1 antagonists (Rauwolscine/isoyohimbine/α-yohimbine) make this even SICKER

    4) Would un-sexy old-school green tea supps add another punch to this (synergyistically) due to it's COMT inhibition (via catechins) thus allowing for epinephine to be more active? This lending itsefl to more fa- burning (more pronouced effects of the other items mentioned)? I've never seen green tea do jack on it's own but perhaps this is where it can shine?

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Here's the basic rundown:

    B-Agonists you can use: ECA stack, Alphamine, Alpha-T2

    A activates B. B activates C. C activates D. D activates fat burning.

    A B-agonist increases levels of A. More A means more B. More B means more C.

    Forskolin further increases levels of C. So you have way, way more C, which activates D. D activates way, way more fat burning.
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  23. Whacked, The new Alpha T2 has higenamine in it, I believe.

  24. Good call bro
    beta-1 and beta-2

    Quote Originally Posted by jwa254 View Post
    Whacked, The new Alpha T2 has higenamine in it, I believe.
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked View Post
    1) I understand the utility of diminishing returns but Is there any value using the "more is better" principle with a product like Forskolin?
    I tend to need more than the average Joe for many products.

    2) PES T2: What is the ingredient that is a beta-2 agonist?

    3) Wouldnt adding an α-1 antagonists (Rauwolscine/isoyohimbine/α-yohimbine) make this even SICKER

    4) Would un-sexy old-school green tea supps add another punch to this (synergyistically) due to it's COMT inhibition (via catechins) thus allowing for epinephine to be more active? This lending itsefl to more fa- burning (more pronouced effects of the other items mentioned)? I've never seen green tea do jack on it's own but perhaps this is where it can shine?
    1. Yeah, I use about 100mg myself.

    2. higenamine

    3. Those are alpha 2 antagonists, and yes, they further synergize (hence the alphamine/T2 recommendations)

    4. Green Tea does not physiologically inhibit COMT. You'd need several grams...like 5g EGCG.
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