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Lithos is Powered by pomegranate extract BUT not just any pomegranate extract.

We use a highly purified extract which has been standardized to contain 98% Urolithin B a natural muscle-tone-enhancer, mitochondria-booster and antioxidant.

In addition Lithos contains Grape Seed Extract.

Once again we didn't settle for just any Grape Seed Extract, ours is standardized to contain 90% Polyphenols to support healthy blood flow by enhancing your body's natural production of "Nitric Oxide."

Nitric Oxide is the body's signal molecule to tell your blood vessels to relax and allow good blood flow. Unfortunately, like many of our bodies natural systems, Nitric Oxide molecules can be destroyed by free radicals and/or reduced to unnaturally low levels by many environmental factors such as poor diet, stressful conditions and lack of exercise.

To top it all off we added a unique "lipophilic" form of vitamin C.

"Normal vitamin C" (Ascorbic Acid) is unstable and breaks down quickly especially when it's dissolved in water. Since we humans are mostly made of water, "normal vitamin C" is usually broken down by our body's before it can get in to the tissue of our skin, muscles and other organs and if it can't even get into those tissues before breaking down, it's not going to be able to offer the benefits we sometimes hear about from scientific studies where vitamin C is injected into a tissue sample or given in a very high dosage to a lab animal.

Our vitamin C-ester (ascorbyl-palmitate for you science buffs) is better absorbed into the skin and other tissues where it can go to work for you offering collagen boosting, immune system protection and antioxidant benefits. In fact, vitamin C is the most abundant antioxidant in human skin but the human body can't produce it on its own!


Natural must mean weak, right?

Now, I'm not saying this is by any means the most potent anabolic ever to bless the iron worshipers buuuuuuut it did perform better than testosterone, on paper...

Urolithin B, a newly identified regulator of skeletal muscle mass.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28251839



And it has some other interesting potential benefits:


Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant mechanisms of urolithin B in activated microglia

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0944711318302204
 
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Absolutely loving my run on this
 
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Is this going to be re-stocked in the gel or spray? I'm currently trying Epoch in the newer spray form and really enjoying the delivery system. Never got to try Lithos but always wanted to and was just curious.
 
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Is this going to be re-stocked in the gel or spray? I'm currently trying Epoch in the newer spray form and really enjoying the delivery system. Never got to try Lithos but always wanted to and was just curious.
Lithos will be making a reappearance as a micro-emulsion if all goes well.
 
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I see Lithos is back in stock👍 Is this with the spray carrier or the original gel/lotion? I'm going to order some either way, just curious.
 
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I see Lithos is back in stock👍 Is this with the spray carrier or the original gel/lotion? I'm going to order some either way, just curious.
It's actually a new gel/lotion. I added a blurb about it under the descriptions of the ingredients.
 

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All the product will be updated with this new delivery technology?
 
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All the product will be updated with this new delivery technology?
For the most part. Some things that are very soluble in the spray carrier will likely stay as a spray; hormones tend to work well as a spray, so if we do another batch of Kronos, that will probably be a spray, Epichaos will still be a spray but just about everything else will be going to the micro-emulsion carrier.
 
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All the product will be updated with this new delivery technology?
For the most part. Some things that are very soluble in the spray carrier will likely stay as a spray; hormones tend to work well as a spray, so if we do another batch of Kronos, that will probably be a spray, Epichaos will still be a spray but just about everything else will be going to the micro-emulsion carrier.
 
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Just got my two bottles of Lithos delivered today, looking forward to #1 using Uro B in topical form, and #2 trying the newer carrier. Just need to finish my second bottle of Epoch I'm on now, then I'll give this a go! Out of curiousity, with both the Urolithin B and Grape Seed extract, would it be safe to assume one may get some decent anti-estrogen effects from Lithos?
 
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Just got my two bottles of Lithos delivered today, looking forward to #1 using Uro B in topical form, and #2 trying the newer carrier. Just need to finish my second bottle of Epoch I'm on now, then I'll give this a go! Out of curiousity, with both the Urolithin B and Grape Seed extract, would it be safe to assume one may get some decent anti-estrogen effects from Lithos?
I added it more from the perspective of bloodflow but it may help in other ways as well.
 
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I added it more from the perspective of bloodflow but it may help in other ways as well.
I see, that's also good to know. There has been some discussion about possible anti-estrogenic effects from Uro B, and grape seed extract is already fairly well known for the same. I get regular bloodwork done so I will be interested to see if this is a possible added effect.
 

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Just got my two bottles of Lithos delivered today, looking forward to #1 using Uro B in topical form, and #2 trying the newer carrier. Just need to finish my second bottle of Epoch I'm on now, then I'll give this a go! Out of curiousity, with both the Urolithin B and Grape Seed extract, would it be safe to assume one may get some decent anti-estrogen effects from Lithos?
Keep us informed how the lithos run goes. Have been eying this one a bit too and would love to hear some more feedback on what users are getting from it.
 
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I see, that's also good to know. There has been some discussion about possible anti-estrogenic effects from Uro B, and grape seed extract is already fairly well known for the same. I get regular bloodwork done so I will be interested to see if this is a possible added effect.
Sweet! Let us know.
 

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