Gene's Nitric Oxide Stack

Hi Nyce, You have just listed all the negative side effects of cialis. The only thing you did not list was stuffy nose.
On a side note I just ordered some LEVITRA to test out in place of the cialis. It is not suppose to have the same bad sides.
I am aware of the shorter half life and that low dose is not FDA approved.

I just finished an experiment where I only took 5mg of cialis split in two doses and I lost most of the NO effects. 5mg x2 daily gives me a far better pump in the gym and bedroom. But I have to use nasel spray every 6-8 hours when on 10mg.
Yes, 100% forgot the stuffy nose. I have a 1pn appt with my doc. I'm gonna drop the stack and restart. Cialis does give a great pump in the gym. Let me know about the levitra. I would live to see how it plays outs. I stopped the doxazosin and today I will stop the cialis. I don't beleive the arimidex has anything to do with it. Because I was great until I started the stack.
 
How likely would you guys be to trust a nitric oxide supplement designed by ExcelMale? I am thinking about our own line of evidence-based supplements. Thanks
I would for sure; getting all of the invidual ingredients and trying to measure them out to the suggested (in this thread) serving size is tedious compared to buying a turnkey product - that hopefully tastes better but not at the “expense” of a bunch of calories / sugar.
 
Vitamin Shoppe has 1000 mg citrulline caps. Why not use those instead of the source naturals 750/250 arginine/Citrulline? Since Citrulline is better absorbed. Thanks
 
Gene's stack looks great and I would like to give it a try, but the cost is really going to add up.

Can we apply an 80/20 to it? Can anyone recommend say 2 or 3 of the supplements from the list would give the best 'bang for your buck'? What would be most important if you had to prioritise?
 
Gene's stack looks great and I would like to give it a try, but the cost is really going to add up.

Can we apply an 80/20 to it? Can anyone recommend say 2 or 3 of the supplements from the list would give the best 'bang for your buck'? What would be most important if you had to prioritise?
I would call Citrulline the core component...5g
 
Great question, I am curious to hear answers to this as well!

Gene's stack looks great and I would like to give it a try, but the cost is really going to add up.

Can we apply an 80/20 to it? Can anyone recommend say 2 or 3 of the supplements from the list would give the best 'bang for your buck'? What would be most important if you had to prioritise?
 
Claim is is that Malate 2:1 is better absorption etc etc but the taste, for me, is horrible so I use plain L-Citrulline.
I'm just the opposite about the taste, I really like the sour taste of malate. You can add a little glycine that makes it even sweeter. Then it tastes like lemonade to me.
 
Thanks Vince. Even more important than the Tadalafil, or are you just talking about the regular non-prescription supplements? Feeling lost on post 972 implied the Tadalafil was the basis.
Citrulline is the substrate or foundation for all of it. In my opinion, the rest of the ingredient amplify or work in synergy but if I were only taking one ingredient it would be Citrulline, and then the Cialis second.
 

Nelson Vergel

Founder, ExcelMale.com
If ExcelMale started selling its own line of supplements (capsules, tablets, powders) what do you guys think the best nitric oxide blend would be and at what cost? Remember: NO prescription drugs, only over-the-counter products. Thanks
 
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