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    igf1 lr3 and the HPTA

    ive heard that igf1 lr3 increases endogenous test production

    im wondering if this is a function similar to what HCG or tribulus does, by increasing leutenizing hormone, which subsequently stops the entire HPTA from fully functioning

    or does it stimulate the ENTIRE hpta, similar to what clomid does

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    Is ZMA sufficient for post-cycle? Tribulus?

    No, these compounds will do next to nothing. There is no evidence that zinc is a rate-limiting factor in post-cycle recovery, or that it signals increased testosterone production if there is no deficiency. The mechanism of action of tribulus is not well known, but one of the possibilities is that the active ingredient converts to DHEA; this would introduce an exogenous hormone into the body and further shutdown. The fact of the matter is, you must use either a strong aromatase inhibitor or a SERM post-cycle



    I found that info in another forum, and i was wondering the same, i was taking tribulus and quit,im on clomid/nolva for the last 20 days, and im still having trouble keeping it up, i dont know if tribulus got something to do with that.

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    IGF-1 will fill your sacks..

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    hmmm bump

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