INVICTUS VS REDUCE XT

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Personally i'm a big fan of reduce xt by sns and have used it when it first came out with great results. However I don't think you can go wrong with either of those supps when it comes to cortisol reduction.
 

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Personally i'm a big fan of reduce xt by sns and have used it when it first came out with great results. However I don't think you can go wrong with either of those supps when it comes to cortisol reduction.
so do they work differently?can they be stacked?
 
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so do they work differently?can they be stacked?
IMO they are very similar in terms of benefits and I would choose one or the other rather than stack them.
 

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Invictus is probably one of the most underrated products on the market. b-AET is an incredible ingredient! Cortisol reduction, weight loss, improved immune response, reduced inflammation, etc.

Additionally, these compounds have incredibly an short half life...td is the ideal delivery for most people.
 
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Both are solid products, but definitely not ones I would stack. Personally, I prefer reduce XT if for no other reason than it is much more proven over time (has been around far longer). Also, pills vs TD is much more convenient for me with my travel and timing needs.

Overall, Reduce will be cheaper, and more convenient to carry but from a benefit standpoint, both should be fairly similar.
 
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Personally I take a lot of pill. I find hitting a TD in the AM and Midday is easy. I’ve used both over the years and like the TD better. Reduce XT is a fine product as with all SNS products, just my preference. Also with code chef Invictus is 25% off.
 

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Are these safe for women? I know some hormonal stuff isn’t. I’ve taken Invictus with great results and was going to recommend it to someone.
 
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Are these safe for women? I know some hormonal stuff isn’t. I’ve taken Invictus with great results and was going to recommend it to someone.
absolutely...invictus lavender scent was designed with women in mind!!!

use code THEBIGT to save 25% off at ironlegion.com
 
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ReduceXT is no joke .. I’m sure invictus works too

Preference of TD vs pill really

If you do decide reduce .. use 2caps only imo pretty potent
 
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Are these safe for women? I know some hormonal stuff isn’t. I’ve taken Invictus with great results and was going to recommend it to someone.
Both are safe for woman
 
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hi i was wondering which one works best for cortisol reduction?
Both are very good! You really cant go wrong with choosing one over the other.
 
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I do enjoy the effect I get from Invictus but I can get the same effect with the convenience of pills I’ll usually do that and go with reduce XT
 

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Neuro Aet was a freebie at iconic website..felt a substantial drop in cortisol and looked super ripped. Most noticable supp I've taken in recent memory. Will try Invictus to compare in pct in 7 weeks
 
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Neuro Aet was a freebie at iconic website..felt a substantial drop in cortisol and looked super ripped. Most noticable supp I've taken in recent memory. Will try Invictus to compare in pct in 7 weeks
glad you liked it...THEBIGT works at both iconicformulations.com AND ironlegion.com...use code to save 25% off.
 

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Hey guys... Didnt want to open another thread for this.. Im using invictus atm, and im looking into using mk 677 (10 mg ed)too.. Is there any cortisol related problem using them both?
 
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Hey guys... Didnt want to open another thread for this.. Im using invictus atm, and im looking into using mk 677 (10 mg ed)too.. Is there any cortisol related problem using them both?
Never heard of any
 
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Hey guys... Didnt want to open another thread for this.. Im using invictus atm, and im looking into using mk 677 (10 mg ed)too.. Is there any cortisol related problem using them both?
easy peasy, if any issues do arise adjust doses.
 

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