Problem with buying the ingredients individually is that so many supplement companies have questionable quality. It’s just like AAS, the best brewer is only as good as his raw material. There are few checks on quality control. Christian Thibaudeau states that he only trusts products from Poliquin, Biotest and a native Quebec company. Many supplements like tribulus have to have their ingredients harvested from the right crop at the right time of the year, etc. How many companies do you think would go to those lengths? Only those who value the integrity of their name.
[quote]NZ RABBIT wrote:
Well like I said you can get the main ‘ingredients’ in powder form (and not from the Poliquin site lol) which makes it WAAAAAAY cheaper.
So turbo you don’t believe there would be any benefit even in addition to proper SERM use? I mean what is actually ‘proven’ when it comes to AAS anyway. We all just seem to learn from accumulated experience anyway.
I’ve actually ordered ALA, B5 and TT and will get some quotes tomorrow for blood work post current cycle and then pre next cycle. Problem is I haven’t had blood work before so I can’t compare the effects of this PCT protocol versus SERM only dam it.[/quote]