Thanks again HenryV, you look as if you know your shizzle tis why im asking you but if BBwarehouse could chime in that would be fantastic. Also i heard some nasty rumours about it increasing prolactin so if you could tell me it isnt true that be very much appreciated :thumb:henryv said:Aspartic Acid exists as two different enantiomers, L-Aspartic Acid and D-Aspartic Acid. I believe it would be impossible to synthesize enough D-Aspartic Acid in vivo via D-Aspartic Racemase from dietary L-Aspartic Acid to match the doses found in these types of product.
Im sorry but could you simplify that please too many big words :turned:
It doesn't appear to inhibit the HPTA at all, it stimulates it. The only things that tend to trigger the negative feedback loop are exogenous steroids, artificial gonadotropins (like hCG), and GnRH agonists like goseralin.
Im sure i read some where that raising test will eventually inhibit itself its to do with GnRH blood brain barrier which rings a bell. Basically the ball starts rolling when GnRH has a pulse causing a chain reaction (HPTA is before that right?). Infact GnRH can inhibit itself if im correct im pretty sure anything that can raise test can also inhibit it as well. if you can fool the other processess i.e pituary gland it might take longer for the body to realise the increase before the signal gets back to the GnRH though.
If you have a source for d-aspartic acid stimulating HPTA id be really interested. :thumbup1:
Estrogen tends to be a problem only when it's not matched by a concomitant increase in androgens. I haven't seen any reports of estrogen related side effects, and I know of quite a few people that have used it.
It makes sense otherwise there would be reported cases of gyno et cetra. But thats also another point how can i tell this 40% isnt just converting to estrogen and androgenic metabolites of testosterone such as Di-hydrotestosterone? it would explain the mood and labido increases a bit better.
It's becoming popular as a standalone test-booster and a lot of people are incorporating it into their PCTs. The study done that showed it raised test by ~40% was done on guys with normal test levels.
I read some where the average for males is between 7-30 nmol/L this can be entirely individual. 40% would make it 45ish on the high end. Im not going to try and compare the results of d-aspartic acid to a shot of test e but a cycle of test e can last for 6-12 weeks for good results. Wouldnt i need a longer "cycle" of d-aspartic acid to notice anything in terms of muscular size and fat loss currently if i go by a test e cycle it would cost me approx £60-120! for 6-12 weeks. Surely it being a natural hormonal product with a small increase in test id need to be on this for alot longer than a steroid.
Also as mentioned with the negative feedback loop should the cycles be shorter and how long between each cycle should i give i.e. 12 days on 12 days off, could i use more than 3g for faster results?? Apologise if this has already been answered else where
(i know a "cycle" is often reserved for steroids i just cant think of a better word for on/off)
If D-aspartic acid really can stimulate HPTA would there be a product that can slow or stop an increase in SHGB or wouldnt this be a problem?