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#1 faust

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Posted 08 November 2004 - 03:43 PM


What think of that? Opinions or comments?


http://dan.xtend-lif...redients#header

or

http://www.swansonvi...p_category=null

#2 Mind

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Posted 08 November 2004 - 10:37 PM

I would also like to hear what other members think of the Xtend-life mixture. I have been looking for a good anti-aging supplement. Something that is a combination of many anti-aging ingredients that is reasonably priced. I don't know enough about the ingredients so I defer to you supplement gurus here at Imminst.

Is it any good?

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#3 scottl

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Posted 09 November 2004 - 12:23 AM

I'm short of time. If you really want to pick one, pick the swanson one, but I would generally agree with Nootropi and rolling your own is best.

Also health promotion/"life extension" and nootropic/cognition are really 2 seperate areas. I'll try to post more later.

#4 olderbutwiser

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Posted 10 November 2004 - 03:12 AM

For an "anti-aging" supplement, Life Extension Mix from Life Extension Foundation is IMO the best formulation going. It is $pendy, but not far out of line with the content ingredients. The best place to get it is at Beyond a Century. Buying direct from LEF is a bit of a hassle because of their tiered pricing - depending on quantity ordered and "membership" status.

For a nootropic formulation, I'm not impressed with any I've seen including the two links posted above. I like a simple mix of piracetam, centrophenoxine, vinpocetin, and a acetylcholine precursor. Mixing your own is way cheaper and allows trying new ingredients one at a time at different doses.

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#5 faust

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Posted 10 November 2004 - 05:32 AM

Yes, maybe...but if I mix my own, Is more expensive (but also better)....

Also, I'm from Canada...with rate, is too expensive....

i.e for 1 month : Vinpo, 10-15$, Huperzine, 5-15$, CDP Choline, 20$, Alpha GPC 30$, Ginkgo 5$, PS, 25-30$, ALCAR 10-25$, etc, etc, etc..... total of 105$-140$

Add real smart drugs (Piracetam, Aniracetam, Hydergine, Centrophenoxine, etc..)

Add shipping

Add rates, tax, customs,

Add (Sometimes Adrafinil, Modafinil, and other meds...)

Is very too expensive....

I will buy : http://www.swansonvi...p_category=null

and

http://www.swansonvi...p_category=null

total 52$




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