Arimistane Question

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I've read over and over that Arimistane does nothing to control Estrogen. However, it can be hard on the joints. Sooo..... naturally (for me) my question is....If it does nothing to control Estrogen, where does the "hard on the joints" come from?

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Arimistane apparently has the ability to lower cortisol. Low cortisol levels can result in joint pain because cortisol helps with inflammation.
 
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Arimistane apparently has the ability to lower cortisol. Low cortisol levels can result in joint pain because cortisol helps with inflammation.
Thanks bro! I haven't bought any in about 5 years, but after hearing this, I'll consider picking some up.
 
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Thanks bro! I haven't bought any in about 5 years, but after hearing this, I'll consider picking some up.
I’m not sure how effective it is for cortisol. There’s very little research on it, which makes it questionable lol. I personally got nothing from it.
 
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I’m not sure how effective it is for cortisol. There’s very little research on it, which makes it questionable lol. I personally got nothing from it.
Ok. What is your preferred cortisol control agent?
 
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Ok. What is your preferred cortisol control agent?
I’ve never really used anything else for cortisol. When I used the arimistane, it was from ar1macare pro and sup3r pct, all ran on different occasions, but I never really noticed much.
 

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