A recent release, Anabol-5. The product description's main emphasis was on it's potential to increase protein synthesis, which immediately sounds like ecdysterones. I came across a few interesting reads, but first here are the ingredients -
Non-Steroidal Anabolic Multi-Phase Stack 155mg
Dicyclopentanone 10mg *
6-Keto Diosgenin 100mg *
Acetate Ester 25mg *
Propionate Ester 25mg *
Cypionate Ester 25mg *
Decanoate Ester 25mg *
Hecogenin Acetate 10mg *
25R Spirostan-5A-Diol-6-One-3-One-Undecanoate 25mg *
Rhamponticum Carthamoides 10mg *
I came to read how 6-Keto and 25R are both ecdysterones, and I see that Dicyclepentanone ( ) might be making a comeback. It was, like methoxy and ecdysterones, a supplement breakthrough in the 90's. The few reviews I've came across have noted how it was exceptional for fat loss.
Any opinions on this product? I used to use VitargoCGL, years ago, and it was an amazing product for myself, leaving an impact that I still remember today. Not too sure about Nutrex's reputation as of late, and some of their promotions sound a bit "Muscle-Techy" if you would.
So what do you think? I'm planning out a stack where this may, or may not fit nicely into(might overlap). Scheduling to run Methoxy, Ipriflavone, and NP's Ecdysterone. Can't say I know the breakdown of NP's , as which componants constitute the powder and how much, so I really do not know if I'm setting up for an overlap (can't see it doing harm however). Nonetheless, for a product with some high claims(I say that in a negative way), I'm looking forward to seeing if this produces any results. We all know the potential of Ecdysterones! Someone's bound to make the right formula...