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Is forskolin bs?

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    Is forskolin bs?


    has anyone had any luck using forskolin to lose BF?Im starting to hear you need to stack with e/c to get any results? comments-

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    I havent used it stand alone but as part of the USP Camphibolic product its seems to work pretty well.

    Its not a stim and its not going to shred you in a week but certainly on camp i experience a steady ongoing recomp, many others have observed the same.

    I think there was thread around about a beta product using TTA, GT and Camp, i forget... a search should through it up, some studies there as well i think.
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    I'm not sure how good it is but the two fatburners I found most effective for me had that ingredient in it.
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    The Beta is from CNW and it works pretty well. Forskholi does work well as a long term body recomp agent. It is somewhat subtle, but all of the fat burning and health benefits make it worth it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman
    The Beta is from CNW and it works pretty well. Forskholi does work well as a long term body recomp agent. It is somewhat subtle, but all of the fat burning and health benefits make it worth it for me.
    I don't think forskolin is complete bunk but it works best in overweight or obese people where lipolysis is either a rate-limiting factor or they have a problem with HSL and so its effects in lean people can be limited. I think Matt's beta product should be good in theory though.
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    USP's Camphobolic works well. Like Bioman said its subtle, but if you're diet is locked down and you're in a deficit, it will help you shed fat and retain muscle.

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    I think it works, but has often been underdosed due to cost.
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    It's also kinda hard to find your sweet spot in regards to dosing. Too much and you'll have the summer reruns, too little..no effect.
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    Yeah and you need a degree in biochemistry to understand how it supposedly works.
  

  
 

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