has anybody heard of using Glycyrrhetinic acid in a transdermal for localized fatloss. it is supposed to reduce the cortisol locally i think.
Is this what Carlito over at Outlaw offers?
There is a thread on it at avant
There's a thread here too that I started and Carlito began to post in. Search man.
well i have searched at all those places but have not seen anything that gave actual results. all i have found was a bunch theories and studies. i want to know results and side effects from actual users.
You could be our guinea pigOriginally Posted by primal1
you have to monitor your BP if you use transdermal glycyrrhetininc acid. One of the fellows at JAR Pharma and I have fooled around with it as part of a spot fat recuction formulation. If you use ti I would stick to very low concentrations. Perhaps 0.025% to 0.05%. Some will inevitibly get delivered systemically and it will increase BP in a dose dependant basis. It has an effect on aldosterone production and sodium retention as well. You should inly need small amounts delivered locally to see an effect and the less you use the less likely it will make it systemically.
Sup bro is that you ATlas from Outlaw? I think they are referring to my product whihc BTW is been a success. A very small number of persons have not responded well to it and some reported a small rash so I still need to work on the formula but all in all it does work and fast too !Originally Posted by Atlas
Thanks bro, unfortunately someone bashed me saying is all hype, lol..sure.Originally Posted by diminuendo