I’ve tried it. I actually like the results from separate eurycome and from separate vitex better. Don’t ask me why, but the A.M. combo doesn’t do it for me as much.
I’m also interested in experimenting and isolating what does and doesn’t work for me. Who knows? Maybe the tribulus IS somehow muting the effect of the other products for me – maybe it competes for absorbtion . . . I have no idea.
I would REALLY like to see Biotest come out with some other separate T-boosting herbals, though, so I could try “Biotest strength” extracts and delivery systems of, say, avena sativa, maca, etc. One can hope!
Yeah, I’ve tried Alpha Male but am more interested in now in trying the ingredients separately to see what does and doesn’t work for me. I’ve found that tribulus doesn’t; avena I think almost certainly might. RED KAT (eurycoma) did, but it’s gone now, unless it’s available somewhere else (?). I’d also like to try a quality, Biotest-made, nano-dispersed vitex-only supplement.
Oh, and I’ve been using Carbolin 19 on its own now for quite some time. I’m pretty happy with it.
Tim, TC, et al,
Whatever happened to the idea that Tim mentioned a few months ago of Biotest offering a line of “separates,” meaning single-ingredient supplements that are contained within some of the formulas (like Alpha Male, etc.) so that we could experiment and mix and match, etc.? I’d love to see a Biotest version of just vitex, or just eurycoma longfolia or (one can hope!) avena sativa.
Eurycoma Longfolia was their RedKat supplement, yes? And the blue TRIBEX contained Avena Sativa if im not mixtaken. They aren’t seperates but there you go.
It sounds like the compounds you are interested in, and then some, are all in Alpha Male. Have you tried it before?
Damici, you are using Carbolin 19, you like eurycoma and vitex, like Lonnie said why don’t you use Alpha Male? You feel tribulas doesn’t work for you, but it isn’t going to hurt the good effect from the other ingredients in your case.