Would sesamin oil be a useful addition to my cutting stact (Levithan RL/Incarnate)?
Also, is this a topical oil that you apply to problem spots or what?
Also, what is the difference between Sesamin oil and SesaThin, just different compaines?
Definitely. SesaThin is a great addition to any cutting regimen, IMO. It's not a topical product, however, it is just an oral oil(or softgel). If you are looking for a topical to help with areas of stubborn fat, I strongly advise you to look into Avant Research's Napalm. It is a yohimbine-based topical fat loss product made for that specific purpose.
Avant Labs were the innovators with SesaThin back in the day, which, to some, means a lot in terms of product superiority. The main difference between SesaThin and Sesamin oil is the manufacturer, although many have reported that they have experienced better results with Avant Labs' SesaThin than most other sesamin products.
Cool, thanks for the info man. I need to lose some fat all over, so I don't know if a topical oil would be the best idea.
And I've heard a lot of good things about avant labs, so I will probably pick some of that up.
I just ordered some Sesamin from AR, looking forward to giving it a shot; I'm sure I'll post my results.
Any more info on sesamin/sesathin?
What would you like to know?
Does the majority of people who use it see results?
In what time frame?
Generally, anything. This seems to be one of the few things I've never tried.
Hemp oil all the way!
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