Ty man, then I'll try it.no side effects unless you are allergic to it or have severe liver/kidney damage already
it won't make you feel any different, but from what i've seen, the evidence for its muscle energy boosting effects is pretty solid and convincing, and you can get an entire kilo of the stuff (enough for more than half a year of daily 5g supplementation) for like 15 euros, so if you're physically active in any way there is no reason to not use it imo
Unless i revert to fatty, fatty, boombalaty mode bananas and tuna is pretty much all I eat.I take magnesium and potassium supplements because I can't be bothered eating tuna and bananas all fucking day.
Depending on how long you're doing this you're potentially fucking over your future self. Nothing worse than sitting there with a chronic condition ten years down the line only to have that sudden moment of clarity. That it was your own damned fault and that you could have prevented this endless hell that is now your existence if your younger self wasn't such a dumbass, but what the fuck do I know?morning pills: 6 costco fibers, 3 costco glucosamin-condroitens, 1 costco multi, ECA stack (bronchaid / jet alert / costco asprin). Used to do a shady online pre-stacked ECA stack and a costco guaifenisen, recently hopped over to stacking them myself again and the ephedrine includes a guaifensiensen.
evening pills: 6 fibers, 3 glucosamin-condroitens, 1 multi, 3 potassiums
sometimes I'll do an extra stack before biking to work
I took fish oil when I sprained my knee and it got better extremely fast. It's useful and I should take it again.Fish oil is worth it.
I inject Super Male Vitality directly into my testicles so that it mixes with the pee that is stored there.
I've taken it before, still have half a vial. It gives you a slight energy boost (not to mention it makes you horned up, so to say) but it tastes incredibly bitter.does it work
Supplementing calcium (beyond the trivial amount you'll find in a multivitamin) is not a good idea unless you have a specific reason to do so. Studies have shown an increased risk of dementia in women. Wouldn't be surprised if it's also true for men.Magnesium, Potassium, Calcium, and Vitamin C.