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Thread: On cycle protection

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    On cycle protection

    I've read a lot about supplement that supposedly protect against hormonal side effects during a cycle.
    Mainly the focus was on keeping testicular size / function, natural T and fsh production.
    Many of them have only been animal tested. Some have shown great results... in mice
    I wonder what your oppinion is on these.
    - Royal jelly
    - Taurine
    - Vitamin E and C in high dosis.

  2. #2
    dga organ st is the best option you can go with for on cycle protection

    https://www.dganutrition.com/product/organ-st/




  3. #3
    Organ st is a great choice to give you full and complete protection on cycle

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    Absolutely what Dylan and rick said above. Rich Pianas is good to however it’s missing a few ingriedients so I would add Beet Root and Tumeric at least unless you go with Dylan’s which is solid all around.

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    Royal jelly? Can’t say that’s something I can even recall hearing of. Now you have me interested lol

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Saiyan View Post
    Royal jelly? Can’t say that’s something I can even recall hearing of. Now you have me interested lol
    Isn’t royal jelly from sponge Bob? Ha

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    Royal jelly:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4103725/

    There are some studies done with a low dose of anadrol in mice:

    Results: In Oxymetholone group, sperm count, motility as well as testosterone concentration reduced significantly (p<0.05), while significant (p<0.05) increases in immature sperm, sperm with DNA damaged, and MDA concentration were announced in Oxymetholone group in comparison with control group and Royal jelly+Oxymetholone group. RJ caused partially amelioration in all of the above- mentioned parameters in Royal Jelly+Oxymetholone group.

    Conclusion: In conclusion, RJ may be used in combination with OX to improve OX-induced oxidative stress and male infertility.

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    not likely any doctor would prescribe "royal jelly" to help here but hey, to each their own...




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