Anabolic Effect, Epi-Plex, BMP & Androgin

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So I've been wanting to give AE, Epi-Plex, BMP and Androgin each a try for awhile now. Been watching the Black Friday Deals thread hoping to spot a good deal for them, but I found AE and Epi on Amazon for a decent price so I bought one bottle of each so I don't have to wait a few more weeks for deals/shipping.

I've seen a number of threads around the forums with folks mixing some of these together, and to my knowledge none of these supplements should require any sort of PCT (please correct me if I'm wrong). According to my last four blood tests my natural T levels are solid (lowest was high 700s, highest was ~1100), and I definitely don't want to mess that up. I'm currently taking Boron to try to get my free-T levels up, along with a few other supps.

But I've seen quite a few posts where guys have said they plan to run AE for 8 weeks, 12 weeks, etc.; which made me wonder if there is any reason why someone wouldn't be able (or wouldn't want/need) to take any/all of the above four supplements indefinitely?

I'm planning to get blood work done again in about a week and then get started with the AE and Epi (unless someone advises I stay away from any of the supps listed).

Thanks!
 
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I mean you could, but I am not sure I'd do AE and Androgin together, I'd separate them to see my results first.

Unless you want to go all in.

You run BMP you'll see a recomp in 2.5 weeks. Your mind might convince you it's the full stack tho.

No PCT needed.
 
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So I've been wanting to give AE, Epi-Plex, BMP and Androgin each a try for awhile now. Been watching the Black Friday Deals thread hoping to spot a good deal for them, but I found AE and Epi on Amazon for a decent price so I bought one bottle of each so I don't have to wait a few more weeks for deals/shipping.

I've seen a number of threads around the forums with folks mixing some of these together, and to my knowledge none of these supplements should require any sort of PCT (please correct me if I'm wrong). According to my last four blood tests my natural T levels are solid (lowest was high 700s, highest was ~1100), and I definitely don't want to mess that up. I'm currently taking Boron to try to get my free-T levels up, along with a few other supps.

But I've seen quite a few posts where guys have said they plan to run AE for 8 weeks, 12 weeks, etc.; which made me wonder if there is any reason why someone wouldn't be able (or wouldn't want/need) to take any/all of the above four supplements indefinitely?

I'm planning to get blood work done again in about a week and then get started with the AE and Epi (unless someone advises I stay away from any of the supps listed).

Thanks!
I don't speak for or about other companies products so I won't comment here on BMP or Androgin.

Anabolic Effect is commonly used for 12 to 16 week cycles and we are seeing more and more people doing what you said and running it continuously for longer cycles than that and/or using it as part of their daily supplement regimen with great results.

I use Epi-Plex year round myself and have for quite some time. It helps me a lot with muscular endurance and recovery between sets which is something I have always struggled with so its very nice in that regards. I know that @TheMrMuscle uses it year round as well.

You mentioned taking Boron to increase your free testosterone levels. I have an endocrinology condition that I've detailed a few times on AM and a big part of the issue is my free test levels running low compared to some other numbers (its a lot more complicated, just paraphrasing) but M-Test is the best thing I've ever used for my free test levels and it already contains Boron in there + a lot more.

Anabolic Effect + Epi-Plex + M-Test is a very popular natural anabolic stack.

If you are looking for different anabolic options to stack with Anabolic Effect and Epi-Plex, we have quite a few exciting new releases planned in the coming weeks. Anabolic XT, Phosphatidic Acid XT, Recomp 20, and a couple of other surprise natural anabolics will all be coming out spaced out over the next few weeks to months.
 
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So I've been wanting to give AE, Epi-Plex, BMP and Androgin each a try for awhile now. Been watching the Black Friday Deals thread hoping to spot a good deal for them, but I found AE and Epi on Amazon for a decent price so I bought one bottle of each so I don't have to wait a few more weeks for deals/shipping.

I've seen a number of threads around the forums with folks mixing some of these together, and to my knowledge none of these supplements should require any sort of PCT (please correct me if I'm wrong). According to my last four blood tests my natural T levels are solid (lowest was high 700s, highest was ~1100), and I definitely don't want to mess that up. I'm currently taking Boron to try to get my free-T levels up, along with a few other supps.

But I've seen quite a few posts where guys have said they plan to run AE for 8 weeks, 12 weeks, etc.; which made me wonder if there is any reason why someone wouldn't be able (or wouldn't want/need) to take any/all of the above four supplements indefinitely?

I'm planning to get blood work done again in about a week and then get started with the AE and Epi (unless someone advises I stay away from any of the supps listed).

Thanks!
I just got AE on DPS for 25% a few days ago
 
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BMP = Breast Milk Pump

Just kidding. BMP = Bone Morphogenetic Protein. We just started carrying it over at Strong Supplement Shop. There's a pretty good write up on it there. (https://www.strongsupplementshop.com/bmp-capsules-enhanced-formula-by-evomuse)
Actually, just found a thread in EvoMuse supplement company part of the forum. Reading the below, I assume that means BMP and the BLR product that lowers myostatin (was it Follidrone or Androgin?) could be a solid combo? If one lowers the levels of myostatin, it would make the other more effective, yes?

These two subfamilies have directly opposing functions on muscle mass, namely that BMPs are anabolic and myostatin is catabolic. Originally it was thought that BMPs were responsible, solely, for bone and cartilage formation, but recently it has been discovered that they are also key players in skeletal muscle growth.

Interestingly, BMPs are actually dominant over myostatin signaling; when levels are high they win the anabolic/catabolic battle.
 
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Actually, just found a thread in EvoMuse supplement company part of the forum. Reading the below, I assume that means BMP and the BLR product that lowers myostatin (was it Follidrone or Androgin?) could be a solid combo? If one lowers the levels of myostatin, it would make the other more effective, yes?

These two subfamilies have directly opposing functions on muscle mass, namely that BMPs are anabolic and myostatin is catabolic. Originally it was thought that BMPs were responsible, solely, for bone and cartilage formation, but recently it has been discovered that they are also key players in skeletal muscle growth.

Interestingly, BMPs are actually dominant over myostatin signaling; when levels are high they win the anabolic/catabolic battle.
I've seen folks stack BMP and Androgin by BLR before. A more common stack with BMP is running MyoSynergy from Evomuse and BMP together for an Evomuse stack that should yeild great results.
 

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