Impressive Blood Work on Brassaiopsis glomerulata, i.e. DS Triazole. Less Test Boosting Than ATD, Though
|Figure 1: Driven Sports new |
aromatase inhibitor Triazole
If these values aren't fake (update: scans have been posted here) this equals an impressive rise of about 65% in total testosterone (less significant in view of muscle gains) and an even more important rise of 98% in free testosterone. Although you certainly won't see similar gains as on an AAS-cycle, the latter increase in bioavailable testosterone will certainly be noticeable in the gym.Total Test went from 625 to 1032.__________________
Free Test went from 74.9 to 148.1.
I'm posting from my phone, so I will have to post a copy of the results when I can scan them tonight.
Driven Sports Rep
Zinc (from Zinc Asparate) 5mg 33% 5mg 33% Triazole Propietary Blend: 750mg ** 750 mg ** LetroDex:
pZole (Propietary Extract of Brassaiopsis Glumerulata), Prunella Vulgaris PE 20:1, Zinc Asparate
** ** Tetrafene:
Maca Root PE 20:1 (Lepidium Meyenil), Curcumin (95% Curcuma Longa Root Extract), CAPE (from Propietary Bee Propolis Extract), Bioperine
Another close look at the Triazole formula (above) suggests that this testosterone boosting effect is mediated mainly via Bassaiopsis glomerulata, because the other herbs in the formula have been used for too long (stand alone) without providing similar results. It is also well known that a financially supported study (that is still more reliable than an N=1 forum report) revealed that the use of Gaspari Nutrition's Novedex XT, an ATD-based aromatase inhibitor delivered more significant results:
Novedex XT resulted in average increases of 283%, 625%, 566%, and 438% for total testosterone (P=0.001), free testosterone (P=0.001), dihydrotestosterone (P=0.001), and the testosterone:estrogen ratio (P=0.001), respectively, whereas fat mass decreased 3.5% (P=0.026) during supplementation.Now, Driven Sports's argumentation is that you would get about the same benefits from their product, but less side effects. The first part appears to be refuted by a company rep, already. As far as possible side effects are concerned, we will have to wait and see what the "crowd" will be reporting after is realeased on August 29.