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    aspirin's effect in the eca stack

    Hey all
    I was wondering if anyone can explain to me the benefit gained from adding aspirin to the stack?

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    Ok I guess I should have just googled it.
    The aspirin is added to prevent blood clotting (which may be a side effect of ephedrine) and to aid in the signal transduction of ephedrine via prostaglandin inhibition.

    A little more digging and I saw...

    Aspirin inhibits prostaglandin production outside of the cells, which, in conjunction with caffeine, greatly prolongs the thermogenic effects and increased metabolism by substaining elevated cAMP levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gymmonster View Post
    Ok I guess I should have just googled it.
    The aspirin is added to prevent blood clotting (which may be a side effect of ephedrine) and to aid in the signal transduction of ephedrine via prostaglandin inhibition.

    A little more digging and I saw...

    Aspirin inhibits prostaglandin production outside of the cells, which, in conjunction with caffeine, greatly prolongs the thermogenic effects and increased metabolism by substaining elevated cAMP levels.
    Lol glad you dug deeper i was just about to post a few studies for you, it has more of an effect in "obese" people than lean, this of course being obese by bmi standards.

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