High prolactin

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by dbenj7 View Post
    I've been intrigued about PS for a while. What dose do you guys use and what time of day do you take it? Something to chill me out a bit would be great and looks like alot of cognitive benefits too.
    PS is great, but that price...yikes


  2. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    PS is great, but that price...yikes
    Why? How much PS is needed to be beneficial?
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by JD261985 View Post
    Why? How much PS is needed to be beneficial?
    It depends on your goal, but the result is invariably expensive

  4. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    It depends on your goal, but the result is invariably expensive
    I've always read 800 mg for cortisol control but what about prolactin?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by JD261985 View Post
    I've always read 800 mg for cortisol control but what about prolactin?
    I'm not sure it helps with prolactin, or at least I haven't seen the data
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I'm not sure it helps with prolactin, or at least I haven't seen the data
    As far ad i know the "strongest" thing for prolactin is caber.

  7. What about PMS black p? I hear its excellent for prolactin an cortisol control

  8. Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    What about PMS black p? I hear its excellent for prolactin an cortisol control
    PMS black p...you'll never lactate again...amirite? Lol...

  9. Quote Originally Posted by dbenj7 View Post
    I've been intrigued about PS for a while. What dose do you guys use and what time of day do you take it? Something to chill me out a bit would be great and looks like alot of cognitive benefits too.
    It is a good product and I have used it a couple of times, but like mentioned, it is very costly. To get the results for cortisol control, it is in the 800-1200 range and almost all brands sell 100mg. That means you are taking 8-10 pills a day and they run about $25 a bottle. So, you'd be buying a bottle every week.

    When you say chill out, what are you after? If you are looking to chill and have cognitive benefits, you really may want to look at a little Bocapa and Ashwaganda stack.

  10. yup. only thing better would be pms black p xtreme, with the added pms black A (novel new aromatase inhibitor).

  11. This was great stuff!,



    I loved it!. Even tasted good!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    He had bloods done showing high P
    You're missing the big picture.

    If it's not attributing to any noticeable derogatory effects, than whats the issue? And if it is, why the **** would anyone think Inhibit-P would have any existential effect?
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  13. For cognitive benefits with PS, 400mg would be fine. NOW Foods PhosphatidylSerine isn't too pricey at that dose.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Diesel0022 View Post
    You're missing the big picture.

    If it's not attributing to any noticeable derogatory effects, than whats the issue? And if it is, why the **** would anyone think Inhibit-P would have any existential effect?
    Why would it have any existential effect?

    Because all of its ingredients have been studied in humans demonstrating that the effect exists?
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    For cognitive benefits with PS, 400mg would be fine. NOW Foods PhosphatidylSerine isn't too pricey at that dose.
    That is true for cognitive benefits, but he would be better off with other supplements for that if it were the goal. He is trying to address high prolactin.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by kisaj View Post
    That is true for cognitive benefits, but he would be better off with other supplements for that if it were the goal. He is trying to address high prolactin.
    PS didn't affect Prolactin in the one study that measured it.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by kisaj View Post
    That is true for cognitive benefits, but he would be better off with other supplements for that if it were the goal. He is trying to address high prolactin.
    I ordered Inhibit-P, should arrive until next week.. Curious to see if it works

  18. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    Why would it have any existential effect?

    Because all of its ingredients have been studied in humans demonstrating that the effect exists?
    Marginally? Or to a degree that makes any substantial difference?
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Diesel0022 View Post
    Marginally? Or to a degree that makes any substantial difference?
    On L-Dopa? Substantially, with the reduction being greater the further above normal range the persons' prolactin levels were.

    On Vitex Angus, modestly.

    On Pyridoxine? Again modestly, but synergistic with L-Dopa for even greater reduction.
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    On L-Dopa? Substantially, with the reduction being greater the further above normal range the persons' prolactin levels were.

    On Vitex Angus, modestly.

    On Pyridoxine? Again modestly, but synergistic with L-Dopa for even greater reduction.
    I'd like to see the information that planted this idea in your head.
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  22. I believe Diesel is a fan of L-Dopa for prolactin...

    I believe he's referencing something else.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    I believe Diesel is a fan of L-Dopa for prolactin...

    I believe he's referencing something else.
    That the decrease is higher the further prolactin is from the normal range?

    That statement is well-supported if you take a look at the full text data on each human study.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by Diesel0022 View Post

    I'd like to see the information that planted this idea in your head.
    De__eb highlighted a study earlier ITT that showed L dopa + P5P was effective at lowering prolactin

    Further, are you stating that inhibit P or L dopa are needed only when P is excessively elevated? Do you use AI's without out of range estrogen?
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  25. Diesel is just arguing to argue. Str8 trollin.
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