OP, I’m assuming you’re in the UK?
Ephedrine is legal to possess and use but the supply and sale is regulated. It can be bought OTC in any pharmacy under the name ChestEze (albeit not cheaply).
I think the product you are looking at is from Elite Nutrition? I’ve used them before for 1,3DMAA and they are legit. I know one person who has used the product in conjunction with IF (due to the Yohimbine) and had good results but was already lean to start with.
I am indeed from the UK. And yes this is the Elite-N ‘ultimate weight loss stack’ . thankyou for the post, very useful on multiple accounts. Can i inquire as to the link between yohimbine and IF? (assuming IF=intermittend fasting?) Is this known to be particularly effective with yohimbine?[/quote]
You want to take it on an empty stomach and not eat for several hours. Reason being that any insulin will negate the effects. This means no food not just avoiding carbs. I think that it would still work as a stimulant, but the insulin would negate the fat realeasing mechanism that it provides.
Obviously IF would help with that. Another suggestion I have heard is taking it after you lift but before your cardio session. If you do cardio after you lift that is. The idea is that you will have exhausted the glycimic storages with lifting and should be in a primed state for the yohimbine. This is how I am going to try this supplement starting today. [/quote]
Thanks for the info. IF it is. Is it also advised to avoid taking BCAA’s or EAA’s in ensuring the effects of yohimbine are maximised?
From what I have read you would want to avoid those as well. If you are not getting an insulin response when taking eaa’s or bcaa’s then they most likely are not being shuttled in to the cells or muscle. I can understand what I read, but forgive me as I do not have a science background so I can only speak in layman terms. [/quote]
Thanks again, i only ask because im hesitant to do cardio ‘fasted’ and usually while cutting i would do sprints in the AM, dont want to do so without any aminos present.