Actually that is not correct at all.
Personally I wouldn't have made the comparison to Anavar out of considering the history of how such claims have been perceived. A claim for a given, modest improvement in muscle mass can be fine, but if the claim is that that it is this same exact number but also that this is the same as or better than seen with an anabolic steroid at some low dose just is not taken well by many. And it did turn out that there has been some adverse perception that resulted. The facts were correct, but it's just not a "politically correct" (so to speak) way to discuss efficacy.
By no means are we dissatisfied with the compound. Very much the contrary.
The difficulty with the compound originated with an extreme forskolin shortage due to crop failure greatly affecting the entire worldwide market. Unfortunately, on resumption of supply of forskolin itself, we could not get manufacture of the carbonate restarted from the same manufacturer.
We have continued to pursue the manufacture of forskolin carbonate both in the United States and abroad. In fact just two days ago I was contacting yet another manufacturer about doing so.
Its manufacture is chemically simple in one regard, and not difficult for a skilled chemist with the appropriate facilities, but requires very special facilities and handling for manufacturing-scale quantities. Quite literally, a gas leak during the reaction could kill thousands of people. By the way this is by no means unique to forskolin carbonate: the same reaction conditions are true for many pharmaceutical drugs and other compounds. But it takes very serious, very dedicated chemical engineering to be set up to do this. You can't have two pals doing it in their basement.
We continue to work on it. It is not that we've given up, let alone that any disappointment has set in.