Yohimbine HCL and carbs?

  1. Yohimbine HCL and carbs?

    I know that cartbs stops Yohimbine HCL working, but how much carbs?

    i am asking Bc my shakes and Bcaa drink have arounf 5-16grams of carbs


  2. No idea, but when I take yohimbine HCL I take it first thing in the morning when I wake up, wait about 15-30 minutes, then either go to the gym and lift or cardio. When I ingest somethng, usually a BCAA-blend drink intra/post-WO, it has been a good hour sometimes 1 1/2 hours after I took the yohimbine.

    When I take a second dose during the day I take it in between meals, sometimes 1 1/2 to 2 hours after a meal and/or 1 hour before a meal. I'm still experimenting with dosing to see what works for me - I may have to do a TKD-like diet where carbs are consumed close to workout time and all other meals are super low to no carb.

    I know this doesn't answer your question, but hope it helps you in some way.

  3. Best to avoid carbs as much as possible as yohimbine stimulates a higher insulin response to carbs this throwing you from fat burning to fat storing.

    I've never experimented with adding a GDA into the mix to counteract this. Has anyone done this?

  4. does this mean i can take yohimbine any time i want, with meals or right after, while on CKD?
    For me, the action IS the juice.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by soontobbeast View Post
    does this mean i can take yohimbine any time i want, with meals or right after, while on CKD?
    empty stomach. As soon as you wake then again sometime after lunch.

  6. obviously the regular protocol is to take it on an empty stomach. the question i was asking is that since i am on CKD, eating no carb meals, why would it be more beneficial to take the yohimbine on an empty stomach? if, after all, the yohimbine ONLY effects the insulin sensitivity to CARBS?

    edit :
    i found this article

    For me, the action IS the juice.


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