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    I was wondering if any one can tell me what they think of the taste of Arimidex . The reason I ask is I purchases some at a very very good price almost too good to believe, and as with everything else .... if it seems too good to be true it usually is! The stuff i'm taking tastes very warm in the mouth, don't know how else to discribe it... but it definately has a taste all of its own. Any feed back guys???

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    Bro unless it was made by Lion and we haven't released it. You are talking about the tast of hammered ASS.....the emulsafier used is not good for you. BA od PEG

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    warm in the mouth...hmmmmmm

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    more like burning get what you pay for. Low tech low quality.

    next time use Letro it's a better compound and it's flavored ...
    Last edited by RUI-Products; 09-26-2004 at 12:01 PM.

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    Whats the daily dosage on Letro? and does it limit both estrogen effects AND water gains?

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    yes it stops the conversion of test to estrogen and its on sale


    Letrozol is femera, which is an anti-estrogen.

    Femara is 10-30x more effective than Arimidex in it's ability to pass thru the cell membrane of lipid (fat) cells and inhibit the activity of aromatase -- in other words, Femara is far superior in lowering estrogen levels in fat cells. This has two benefits for BBs; (1) Estrogen 'attracts' water, so less water retention (2) an average male BB is around 10%BF, that's a lot of lipid cells with aromatase inside them, so a substantial percentage of aromatase is left untouched by Arimidex due to it's poor ability to enter lipid cells Arimidex is approximately 80% effective at inhibiting aromatase, Femara is around 95-97%

    1. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2000 Jul;85(7):2370-7
    2. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol 1997 Nov-Dec;63(4-6):261-7

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