Transdermal Resveratrol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooliganmel View Post
    having trouble finding this. I'm probably going to try r spray sometime in the near future just to see if I like it and if I do I'd prefer to make my own td resveratrol simply for financial reason.

    i have heard a couple of people claim that r spray relieved their symptoms of steroid lethargy. resveratrol enhances mitochondrial function (mitochondria are the energy producing structures in cells) so maybe there is something to this. Or maybe its placebro

    anyway, people have all these crazy theories about steroid lethargy. some think its lack of estrogen, or related to HPTA suppression. I dunno. I have a feeling it just may be that when your body is in a very anabolic state it is using up a lot of energy to build new tissue, and because of that you dont have much energy left over for other stuff. I know that sounds very simplistic but the essence of it may be just that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    i have heard a couple of people claim that r spray relieved their symptoms of steroid lethargy. resveratrol enhances mitochondrial function (mitochondria are the energy producing structures in cells) so maybe there is something to this. Or maybe its placebro

    anyway, people have all these crazy theories about steroid lethargy. some think its lack of estrogen, or related to HPTA suppression. I dunno. I have a feeling it just may be that when your body is in a very anabolic state it is using up a lot of energy to build new tissue, and because of that you dont have much energy left over for other stuff. I know that sounds very simplistic but the essence of it may be just that
    that makes sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    Or maybe its placebro
    I have no idea if it was intentional or not but here in the land of "bro" science, that is funny.
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    When will Patricks products be available at e-tailers other than Prototype Nutrition?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    i have heard a couple of people claim that r spray relieved their symptoms of steroid lethargy. resveratrol enhances mitochondrial function (mitochondria are the energy producing structures in cells) so maybe there is something to this. Or maybe its placebro

    anyway, people have all these crazy theories about steroid lethargy. some think its lack of estrogen, or related to HPTA suppression. I dunno. I have a feeling it just may be that when your body is in a very anabolic state it is using up a lot of energy to build new tissue, and because of that you dont have much energy left over for other stuff. I know that sounds very simplistic but the essence of it may be just that
    You have a good point, I think it's a combination of things ultimately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    When will Patricks products be available at e-tailers other than Prototype Nutrition?
    epharm products are available at nutra planet and other etailers

    prototype is a very small test marketing type company that only sells direct
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    Quote Originally Posted by specmike View Post
    Since I see some experienced users commenting here I thought I'd ask for opinions.

    Not considering cost, tastes, serving or container size, etc which form of resveratrol WORKS the best; transdermal or oral? Unless I decide on a different product between now and the end of my run, I'll be using PPs Sustain Alpha in my PCT and I am trying to decide on oral vs transdermal. I ran the oral last time but, I have nothing to compare it o as that was my first resv product.

    TIA.
    Combining TD and oral is a plus. The best oral is of highest purity and micronized, pre-emulsified. With low emodin content.
  

  
 

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