Just curious, does anybody have any experience or info on the efficacy of Syntrax’s new supp, Swole, “the muscle volumizer better than creatine”? Or is it just another one of syntrax’s over hyped rips?

to be honest I think swole is creatine, check the label of methoxy pro for an ingredient that starts with a g, similar to the ingridient of swole, I cant remember the exact name, but if they are the same then that is creatine. To be honest I would stay away from anything that syntrax’s makes, so far 2 products that they sold had illegal ingredients in them. not worth risking you life for something with good advertising, that compnay has no ethics.

I buzzed on over the their website (as I often do when mornings at work are slow and I need a laugh) and looked everywhere, but try as I might I couldn’t find an ingredient list for SWOLE. After checking out their bulletin board, I found that their moderator listed something called “Glycocyamie” as an ingredient (I think he means glycocyamine, but I still don’t know what the hell that is). In any event, SWOLE sounds like a CELL-TECH type product. That is, SWOLE is likely a creatine base with a bunch of proprietary stuff thrown in to justify the jacked up price. My advice: just stick with plain old 100% pure powdered creatine monohydrate and save yourself some dough for quality protein powder.

Swole contains the following:
Tricreatine Citrate…2g
Dimethylglycine HCl…500mg
Also: Citric Acid, Silicone Dioxide, Natural Flavors, Aspartame, Gardenia Extract Powder, Acesulfame K

I’ve never even heard of most of these things, and does anybody know what “Tricreatine vitrate” is? If it where me I would let everyone else try it before I would spend money on it and see what they say!!!

Jt…What products of syntrax’s contain illegal compounds and what exactly are those compounds???

my spelling will be off here, butI will try my best. Original Triax contained Triatricol which is trianica, which is a prescription used for the thyroid, check anabolic review for info on how it works. Original triax caused many problems for many people. the second product I believ was their product with the name guggle something, could have been a different product, but it was for weight loss (actually I believe its still on the market) anyway an ingredient in it is dnp, not something to mess with, The fda sent out a warning because a bunch of people taking this product wound up in the hospital with liver problems. what a great company, uh? to shady for me.