New supplement thread

New supplement thread
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Besides groceries and gas, Don’t really buy too much else besides some generic supps. That is why it never really interests me.

We see really good prices and incredible convenience

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Like I said the things I would be are very overpriced.
For example I got CL Multi and Fishoil for half the price from another vendor and not amazon and free shipping, no reason to pay double for the things i want.

I don’t think you’re crazy for not going to Amazon @TheSolution

It has to suit your shopping needs. If it doesn’t, no sense in following a trend. In my house, it’s essential to how we shop.

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Bingo. Exactly my point. At $110 or whatever for prime I can’t justify it if I never use it.
Especially for the things I buy (Which will vary from person to person). I maybe buy something off there once a year or twice… But very rare.

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Supplements specifically or items in general?

With the free rebate programs that I’m a part of, most of the purchases are through Amazon (some supplements but mostly household items).

I think most people go to Amazon because of the return policy and buyer protections.

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I love amazon for so much than just supplements. No issue buying supps if it’s the best price point.

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Supplements. Majority of the things I buy are very overpriced on Amazon, so I never buy on there.
Besides that I don’t buy much online at all.

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Olympus Drip

7.36g of fermented vegan-friendly amino acids.

Olympus has also thrown 25mg of AstraGin into the supplement to support absorption.

Flavors;

Apple Money, Bikini Bottom, and L Squad.

I like Mobi, but I dislike calling any supplement “Drip.” Unless maybe it’s a a fat burner/thermo.

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Ric Flair drip?

If you want kanna, buy it from Barlowe’s. It’s the same top-tier quality standardized extract (well, standardized for the same/similar things, not the same exact Zembrin product) used in studies, and sourced from the same company that many legit products use when they use it in their products.

Edit: plus you only need a tiny 25mg dose, yet it’s in 500mg caps and still not crazy expensive like Zembrin is.

  • Limited Edition - One batch run for bulking season
  • Designed for those on bulking diets

Mass-NP utilizes not 1…not 2…but 3 different pathways to better utilize your carbohydrate intake during a bulk.

Cinnulin-PF - This patent extract packed full of Type-A Polymers is one of the heaviest researched ingredients for blood sugar support. It works by activating the insulin signaling pathway, thus up-regulating its action.

Corosolic Acid - Another research-backed ingredient, CA takes action on the existing glucose in your blood by opening the door between muscle tissue and blood glucose (via an enzyme known as GLUT4).

4-OH Ile (4-hydroxyisoleucine) - Working further upstream in the process, 4-hydroxyisoleucine supports blood sugar by up-regulating your body’s existing process to absorb and distribute glucose

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Interesting product for sure. Limited run due to cost to manufacture? Or just marketing

Really excited about these.
Love the original flavor.

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Animal Pump


20 Serving Options:
Green Apple and Strawberry Lemonade

30 Serving Options:
Green Apple & Blue Ice Pop

Core is going to enter the vegan protein market soon!

Got to beta sample these. Honestly a solid product

Not bad at all. Don’t care for creatine in my pre, but it looks good

Edit: After seeing the Citrulline Malate dose, I may take back a slight amount of props…