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It's a pretty solid profile, but the 250mg NALT is a head-scratcher. Also, I'm not 100% sure, but is the 100mg SerinAid 100mg PS from SerinAid, or is it 100mg of SerinAid "enriched soybean phospholipid" because I've seen SerinAid listed at 50% PS before (maybe they have more than one option though?), which makes sense that it's not 100% PS since it is a PS enriched soybean, not straight PS. Still, it does have some good doses of nice ingredients.
F95 at 7mg ...:beerchug:
 
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It's a pretty solid profile, but the 250mg NALT is a head-scratcher. Also, I'm not 100% sure, but is the 100mg SerinAid 100mg PS from SerinAid, or is it 100mg of SerinAid "enriched soybean phospholipid" because I've seen SerinAid listed at 50% PS before (maybe they have more than one option though?), which makes sense that it's not 100% PS since it is a PS enriched soybean, not straight PS. Still, it does have some good doses of nice ingredients.
Vision support!? Is that really possible? What would be the purpose?
 
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F95 at 7mg ...:beerchug:
Haha. There are a few "questionable" ingredients/doses (like the NALT and F95 already mentioned), and I'd really have liked some standardization (bacosides) for the bacopa, as well as a bit more ALCAR.
 
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Took my first dose, now have night and X-ray vision.
 
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Wow, what a let down. I was holding out on buying clear edge because someone was insinuating brain bridge had an awesome profile.

Smh
 
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No there isn't yohimbine hcl in Reign haha.. we put quite alot of effort into sourcing and testing different combo's of this extract. Is everyone even looking at the correct plant
well it wouldn't be yohimbine HCl if its naturally extracted, which I assume it is...the plant in question however does have yohimbine alkaloids, which this extract undoubtedly includes
 
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Personally thought the RV was meh... You don't get much cream cheese flavoring in it, and there are 0 chocolate chips.
 
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cellcuor Creatine/Glutamine now come flavored in Blue Ras and Fruit Punch
Serving size went from 72 to 50

 
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CL will be releasing a new flavor of OT + Greens soon.
Flavor should be a mix of a protein powder + Ice cream flavor ... As much info as I have right now.
 
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Eradicate fat loss? That's a double negative indicating that fat loss will be eradicated or stopped. :) should be eradicate fat!
 
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Vision support!? Is that really possible? What would be the purpose?
Those ingredients have been in "occuvite" for years. I've never researched them myself but I assume there's some clinical reason for that. They both have a number of other health benefits beyond just the potential ocular benefits.

For me it's gonna come down to pricing on this especially considering it's only 20 servings BUT if it's affordable, I would consider making it a "staple"
 
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Those ingredients have been in "occuvite" for years. I've never researched them myself but I assume there's some clinical reason for that. They both have a number of other health benefits beyond just the potential ocular benefits.

For me it's gonna come down to pricing on this especially considering it's only 20 servings BUT if it's affordable, I would consider making it a "staple"
Personally, I'd still rather use NootropiMax or Clear Edge as a "daily staple" type supplement. I have both on hand now, and since one has stims and the other doesn't, it gives me complete control over how much stim I want; the two go well together IMO.
 
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Those ingredients have been in "occuvite" for years. I've never researched them myself but I assume there's some clinical reason for that. They both have a number of other health benefits beyond just the potential ocular benefits.

For me it's gonna come down to pricing on this especially considering it's only 20 servings BUT if it's affordable, I would consider making it a "staple"
If you head over to MAN’s website you can pick up Brain Bridge either by itself for $34.99 or get two tubs for $30 each, with both options getting you a free shaker.

https://www.stack3d.com/2017/06/man-brain-bridge.html
 
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Those ingredients have been in "occuvite" for years. I've never researched them myself but I assume there's some clinical reason for that. They both have a number of other health benefits beyond just the potential ocular benefits.

For me it's gonna come down to pricing on this especially considering it's only 20 servings BUT if it's affordable, I would consider making it a "staple"
Launch price special is 35 for one, 60 for 2.
 
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Eradicate fat loss? That's a double negative indicating that fat loss will be eradicated or stopped. :) should be eradicate fat!
I was just about to comment this hahaha doesnt look good
 
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CL will be releasing a new flavor of OT + Greens soon.
Flavor should be a mix of a protein powder + Ice cream flavor ... As much info as I have right now.
Oh interesting...

I wonder how it masks the ingredients. I wouldn't mind being able to add a scoop to my shakes and it not throwing the whole flavor of the shake off. I mix it separately as of now, but all at once would be ideal.
 
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new Flavor coming soon: The new addition to the protein powder is called Vanilla Fluff, a flavor the brand says was inspired by the delicious marshmallows you find in a lot of cereals.

Other flavors: Count Chocula inspired Cake Chocula, Froot Loops like ISO Fruity, and Cinnamon Toasted inspired by French Toast Crunch.



Oh interesting...

I wonder how it masks the ingredients. I wouldn't mind being able to add a scoop to my shakes and it not throwing the whole flavor of the shake off. I mix it separately as of now, but all at once would be ideal.
Once i get some more details on the flavor I will update you ASAP!
 
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The supplement world has moved from Chocolate and Vanilla to flavors which are out of whack. I still have a lot of catching up to do.
 

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The supplement world has moved from Chocolate and Vanilla to flavors which are out of whack. I still have a lot of catching up to do.
It's incredibly light and refreshing .. WPI fully open label. for anyone with stomach issues when drinking protein shakes, this is for you
 
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I love tea flavored supps.. maybe too much
 
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Vision support!? Is that really possible? What would be the purpose?
Lutein + zeaxathin are used for eye health and cognition, with supportive data in humans. A better relationship between brain and eyes can boost cognition. You can Google the combo amd cognition for your own data

I wanted this combo in Focus XT a long time ago haha
 
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Lutein + zeaxathin are used for eye health and cognition, with supportive data in humans. A better relationship between brain and eyes can boost cognition. You can Google the combo amd cognition for your own data

I wanted this combo in Focus XT a long time ago haha
You calling me stupid because I can't see good?!?!!
 
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well it wouldn't be yohimbine HCl if its naturally extracted, which I assume it is...the plant in question however does have yohimbine alkaloids, which this extract undoubtedly includes
Well for some reason everyone has found the first thing that pops up in google and latched onto it, there is more than one plant with this name, just putting a few out there to keep the excitement going, Cladonia Macroceras, Ceratium Macroceras, Centroglossa Macroceras and so on and so forth. :)
 
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Well for some reason everyone has found the first thing that pops up in google and latched onto it, there is more than one plant with this name, just putting a few out there to keep the excitement going, Cladonia Macroceras, Ceratium Macroceras, Centroglossa Macroceras and so on and so forth. :)
Why so much focus on "Google?" If it leads to published research, it's no different than accessing it via university databases, no? Yes, there is more than one c. Macroceras; would you be so kind as to tell us which you are using? I am in no way claiming that it does contain yohimbine alkaloids, just trying to explain to you that it's NOT some uneducated, out-in-left-field, random guess. All you told us is that you are using c. Macroceras extracted for alkaloids, and that it has a stimulant effect. There are multiple sources saying that c. macroceras contains yohimbine alkaloids, and yohimbine is one of the most popular, if polarizing, stimulant alkaloids out there. I fail to see how it is an unreasonable question/consideration/hypothesis/etc that it may contain yohimbine alkaloids. I completely respect you guys and your decision to keep things hush-hush, but you have to know that this will lead to people trying to figure things out on their own, no? Again, anyone claiming that Stim-X DOES contain yohimbine is making some assumptions and may be wrong, but suggesting/asking that it may have yohimbine alkaloids is hardly irresponsible/uneducated/etc. It's almost like you don't want people to try to educate themselves or do their own research; there's no reason to chastise people for doing so. Hell, people educating themselves and wanting to learn is one reason why the quality of supplements has improved in recent years.
 
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Why so much focus on "Google?" If it leads to published research, it's no different than accessing it via university databases, no? Yes, there is more than one c. Macroceras; would you be so kind as to tell us which you are using? I am in no way claiming that it does contain yohimbine alkaloids, just trying to explain to you that it's NOT some uneducated, out-in-left-field, random guess. All you told us is that you are using c. Macroceras extracted for alkaloids, and that it has a stimulant effect. There are multiple sources saying that c. macroceras contains yohimbine alkaloids, and yohimbine is one of the most popular, if polarizing, stimulant alkaloids out there. I fail to see how it is an unreasonable question/consideration/hypothesis/etc that it may contain yohimbine alkaloids. I completely respect you guys and your decision to keep things hush-hush, but you have to know that this will lead to people trying to figure things out on their own, no? Again, anyone claiming that Stim-X DOES contain yohimbine is making some assumptions and may be wrong, but suggesting/asking that it may have yohimbine alkaloids is hardly irresponsible/uneducated/etc. It's almost like you don't want people to try to educate themselves or do their own research; there's no reason to chastise people for doing so. Hell, people educating themselves and wanting to learn is one reason why the quality of supplements has improved in recent years.
That's fine, I meant people automatically assuming the plant extract is the one which has a high proportion of yohimbine present. We trademarked it for a reason and I have publically stated it doesnt contain Yohimbine hcl but you keep on doing these wall of text responses, saying the same thing "not saying it does, but...." Sorry I am unable to go any deeper into it but thats just how it is.
 
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That's fine, I meant people automatically assuming the plant extract is the one which has a high proportion of yohimbine present. We trademarked it for a reason and I have publically stated it doesnt contain Yohimbine hcl but you keep on doing these wall of text responses, saying the same thing "not saying it does, but...." Sorry I am unable to go any deeper into it but thats just how it is.
You said it doesn't contain "yohimbine HCL." That doesn't mean it doesn't contain yohimbine alkaloids, surely you realize that, and do do other people. Does coffee not contain caffeine because it doesn't contain dicaffeine malate? I think we're beating a dead horse at this point, but come on man, please don't try to deceive people with the "it doesn't contain Y-HCL" and don't talk down to people and dismiss their research. Research and seeking knowledge should be encouraged, not discouraged.

Anyway, I'll leave this topic alone, as I've made my thoughts clear by now. I'm sure it's a great product, whether it contains any yohimbine alkaloids or not.
 
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Its already been confirmed that this plant major alkaloid is yohimbine as confirmed by Olympus Labs.

[email protected] people thinking this is "yohimbine", just because google says that this is a major constituent of the plant it doesn't mean that its the ONLY constituent of the plant. .
I am really keen to give this a go and see what this feels like, maybe this specific extract has very little, hard to know but definitely interested in trying it.
 
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Its already been confirmed that this plant major alkaloid is yohimbine as confirmed by Olympus Labs.



I am really keen to give this a go and see what this feels like, maybe this specific extract has very little, hard to know but definitely interested in trying it.
Where is it confirmed? Seeing as i identified the compound/s and tested, im pretty sure i know what im talking about.
 
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Where is it confirmed? Seeing as i identified the compound/s and tested, im pretty sure i know what im talking about.
The post quoted does seem to indicate that OL admitted c. Macrocetas does indeed contain yohimbine alkaloids as major components, but that they aren't the ONLY components, therefore the extract STIM-X may be standardized for different alkaloids, and may not contain significant amounts of yohimbine alkaloids, or any relevant amounts at all.

The entire point I've been trying to make is that it is not unreasonable in any way to ask/wonder/consider/hypothesize that STIM-X may contain yohimbine alkaloids, and just because someone used Google to find the research doesn't make it any less valid. I don't think anyone is claiming that we know 100% that STIM-X is standardized for yohimbine alkaloids, just that it is a logical/reasonable thought/hypothesis.
 
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The post quoted does seem to indicate that OL admitted c. Macrocetas does indeed contain yohimbine alkaloids as major components, but that they aren't the ONLY components, therefore the extract STIM-X may be standardized for different alkaloids, and may not contain significant amounts of yohimbine alkaloids, or any relevant amounts at all.

The entire point I've been trying to make is that it is not unreasonable in any way to ask/wonder/consider/hypothesize that STIM-X may contain yohimbine alkaloids, and just because someone used Google to find the research doesn't make it any less valid. I don't think anyone is claiming that we know 100% that STIM-X is standardized for yohimbine alkaloids, just that it is a logical/reasonable thought/hypothesis.
No it didn't. And here we thought your third ceasation on the topic would actually hold. Lets all just get excited about its release. Pay me out after trying it if you still think your point you are haplessly trying to convey holds true
 
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Eradicate fat loss? That's a double negative indicating that fat loss will be eradicated or stopped. :) should be eradicate fat!
Precisely.
I have a tub of pre (otherbrand) and it was stated on the label that "unrelentless energy".
 
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Good grief, two pages of the same regurgitated argument.

Back to new products?
 
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No it didn't. And here we thought your third ceasation on the topic would actually hold. Lets all just get excited about its release. Pay me out after trying it if you still think your point you are haplessly trying to convey holds true
What? Again, I never said it isn't going to be a great product; trying it out and enjoying it, which I'm sure I would, has absolutely nothing to do with what I have been saying, at all. Fallacious logic is fallacious. :)
 

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