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#1 faxmulder

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Posted 02 March 2020 - 10:09 AM


Hi folks,
 
M34, normal-weight, bloodworks (overall parameters and hormones) fine, except low vit D and LH levels (the latter probably caused by low-grade varicocele).
I'd interested in trying Gotu Kola for my issues, i.e. focus, brain fog, mild anxiety and repetitive checking/OCD behaviours, dry skin, cold hands. I've seen that GT is often advised for "being more in the present", thus I believe it could be useful in my situation.
 
My current daily stack is: multivitamin, resveratrol, curcumin, vit D, chlorella, N-Acetyl Glucosamine, polygala, agmatine, magnesium, grape seed extract and ornithine (for deeper sleep).
 
Pre-workout stack: PanaMax ginseng (cycled with rhodiola and cordyceps), alpha GPC, dynamine, citrulline, taurine and forskolin (I'm considering adding also carnosine/beta-alanine).
 
I have a few questions:
  • Do you see any potential bad interaction or overlap by adding Gotu Kola to my daily stack?
  • GT's effects on libido and testosterone production: I've seen a reference on Examine and some scary stories about testicle shrinkage :-/
  • Is it okay to take agmatine daily, or would it be better to take only on workout days?
 
Thanks for your help!

 







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