Thread: T 500 Extreme by SCI - FIT
01-10-2006, 07:56 PM #1
T 500 Extreme by SCI - FIT
it says it has 40% protodioscin content and a 80% overall saponin content , anyone tried this stuff , the price on this stuff isnt much , and if it is 40% this is going to be one awesome tribulus product ? let me know if anyone around here had used it thx !
01-11-2006, 05:52 AM #2
'bump' for bryan , and the older guys who have been around here !!!
01-11-2006, 04:13 PM #3
01-11-2006, 05:08 PM #4
Tribulus is no bueno!!!
It only works by converting into DHEA why not cut out the middle man???
If your using it for libido raising then its works to some people but never did for me
Tongat ALI is FAR superior
and if its for test raising there are much better options
Phytochemicals and the breakthrough of traditional herbs in the management of sexual dysfunctions.
School of medicine 'Hang Tuah' University, Teaching and Naval Hospital,Surabaya, Indonesia.
Traditional herbs have been a revolutionary breakthrough in the management of erectile dysfunction and have become known world-wide as an 'instant' treatment. The modern view of the management of erectile dysfunction subscribes to a single etiology, i.e. the mechanism of erection. A large number of pharmacological agents are orally consumed and vasoactive agents inserted intraurethrally or injected intrapenially to regain good erection. Modern phytochemicals have developed from traditional herbs. Phytochemicals focus their mechanism of he****g action to the root cause, i.e. the inability to control the proper function of the whole body system. Hence phytochemicals manage erectile dysfunction in the frame of sexual dysfunction as a whole entity. Protodioscin is a phytochemical agent derived from Tribulus terrestris L plant, which has been clinically proven to improve sexual desire and enhance erection via the conversion of protodioscine to DHEA (De-Hydro-Epi-Androsterone). Preliminary observations suggest that Tribulus terrestris L grown on different soils does not consistently produce the active component Protodioscin. Further photochemical studies of many other herbal plants are needed to explain the inconsistent results found with other herbal plants, such as in diversities of Ginseng, Eurycoma longifolia, Pimpinella pruacen, Muara puama, Ginkgo biloba, Yohimbe etc.
PMID: 10849504 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
01-12-2006, 08:17 AM #5Originally Posted by Bryan2
interesting thx for the info bro!
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