This is the beginning of an evolution. This is the beginning of a revolution. This is the Olympus Labs Revolution.
Once again, Olympus Labs is setting the standard for what a true over the counter post-cycle therapy (PCT) product should be. No more needing to purchase multiple products to be stacked together. With SUP3R PCT, we’ve made it simple and easy to protect your gains, and bring your libido and hormone levels back to where they need to be. This process of restoring homeostasis is critical to achieve rapidly after your cycle, to ensure that suppression is minimised and that all of that hard work was not wasted! SUP3R PCT is specifically designed with ingredients proven to work in the post cycle environment. SUP3R PCT is the most versatile and complete Post Cycle Therapy supplement. Period.
SUP3R PCT offers:
- Estrogen elimination
- Prolactin elimination
- Natural testosterone boosting
- Anti-oxidant support
- Liver support
How does SUP3R PCT provide all of the benefits for your PCT needs? By offering a staggering amount of ingredients at the right doses, hitting every angle to ensure a boost in your natural testosterone levels, decreases in estrogen and prolactin, and a jumpstart to healthy liver function. No longer do you need to purchase multiple products and spend countless dollars to get it right. With SUP3R PCT we’ve simplified the process.
Multi-Modal Aromatase Inhibition Complex
The start of the perfect PCT begins by ensuring that estrogen levels are kept in check by inhibiting the aromatase enzyme. SUP3R PCT provides 1000 mg of Trans-resveratrol, 600 mg of E. cottonii extract, and 75 mg of Androst 3,5-dien-7,17-dione.
Trans-resveratrol is a polyphenolic compound known to most as the cardioprotective component of red wine. In fact, resveratrol has been shown to improve heart functioning and lower LDL levels when supplemented in patients following a heart attack. While these benefits should not be overlooked, resveratrol was included in this complex because of its anti-aromatase activity, demonstrated in vitro, both at transcription and enzymatic levels. We have also added Eucheuma cottonii (E. cottonii), a red seaweed rich in polyphenols, which has been shown in an animal model to be more effective than tamoxifen in inhibiting tumor growth (indicating selective estrogen receptor modulator [SERM]-like properties), with less toxicity in the liver and kidneys. And of course, rounding out this complex is the well-known aromatase inhibitor, arimistane (Androst 3,5-dien-7,17-dione).
Multi-Modal Testosterone Enhancement Matrix
Additionally, in order to increase endogenous levels of testosterone, SUP3R PCT comes loaded with 4 ingredients demonstrated to support healthy testosterone levels and boost your libido! First, we have included the efficacious, clinically studied dose (3.12 g) of sodium D-aspartic acid (DAA) which in a clinical trial of 23 men demonstrated significant increases in LH by 33% and serum testosterone by 42% in just 12 days. Additionally, sodium DAA was shown to increase testosterone and improve sperm quality and motility, as well as enhance fertility rates, in infertile men. It is important to note that most other DAA-containing products do not use the correct form which was used in the clinical studies above – the clinically effective form is sodium DAA. This is key when examining studies claiming to have no benefit.
Additionally, we have added 1200 mg of Fadogia Agrestis PE, 700 mg of Bulbine natalensis, and 500 mg of Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium) PE. Fadogia Agrestis is an herb used anecdotally to treat male impotence, which has been shown to increase sexual behavior and increase serum testosterone levels in a dose-dependent manner. Bulbine natalensis has also demonstrated similar prosexual stimulatory properties, increasing sexual behavior and levels of serum testosterone and luteinizing hormone.
PDE5 inhibitors are a well-known class of drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction. Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium) has long been used for its pro-erectile effects, due to it being a specific PDE5 inhibitor. Horny Goat Weed also increases expression of nNOS and iNOS, which also interact with the PDE5 pathway to increase erectile functioning. As illustrated above, the combination of these 4 ingredients will not only work together to increase testosterone levels, but also enhance libido and sexual function through multiple pathways as well.
Dual Support Prolactin Care Matrix
In addition to decreasing estrogen and increasing testosterone, we have further optimized the hormonal environment during your PCT by reducing prolactin, with the inclusion of 300 mg of Mucuna pruriens (standardized to a minimum of 99% L-dopa) and 150 mg of vitamin B6, two ingredients with a wealth of clinical data to support their efficacy.
In a clinical study of 150 men, supplementation with mucuna pruriens improved spermatogenic parameters, significantly increased serum levels of testosterone and LH, decreased FSH and prolactin levels, mediated by an increase in dopamine levels, perhaps in part due to the high concentration of L-dopa and its metabolites.
Dual Support Mineral Recovery Matrix
We have also added magnesium oxide (450 mg) and zinc aspartate (35 mg) as part of a mineral recovery matrix, as research has shown that those with deficiencies in these two minerals may benefit, as they impact testosterone levels.
Quercetin, a well-known bioflavanoid found in many fruits and vegetables, has anti-oxidant properties and has been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory effects and act as a scavenger of free radicals. SUP3R PCT includes 60 mg per serving.
To support healthy liver function, we’ve also included 150 mg of N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC), the well known antidote to acetaminophen overdose. High doses of acetaminophen causes a loss of glutathione with increased formation of reactive oxygen (ROS) and nitrogen species. This oxidative stress can be seen in prohormone use. NAC increases glutathione and decreases the formation of ROS.
To top it all off, we included 5 mg of BioperineåÎå_Òà to enhance the bioavailability of our potent matrices, ensuring that you get more of what you need, when you need it. In fact, BioperineåÎå_Òà has been found to increase resveratrol exposure to 229% and maximum serum concentration (Cmax) to 1544% vs resveratrol alone.
Olympus Labs knows when dealing with your PCT it is important to get it right and restore balance quickly. There’s no room for error or inferior, underdosed products. You need to cover every angle to ensure that you are back on the road to recovery in record time. With SUP3R PCT, we’ve removed the guess work, providing the most comprehensive matrices designed to eliminate estrogen and prolactin, boost natural testosterone levels, and help protect your liver.
SUP3R PCT is the only fully transparent, clinically dosed product that delivers on both value and complete coverage. A new dawn is born. it is time for the REvolution where man can forge his own destiny!
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