Which supplements are you taking Ark?Well, there seems to be a good amount of decent ingredients.
L-Arginine isn't as powerful as L-Citrulline, from my experience. The amount of Zinc is quite high and I didn't notice copper, so there's a possibility for certain imbalance. Shouldn't happen with the adviced dosage though, but it's good to be cautious.
Maca is so-so, I'd take it alone as it needs to be cycled anyway. Same with Tongkat Ali and good Tongkat Ali is harder to come by from what I've read.
It's an "easy solution" to just take one or two capsules but I'd rather build up a stack of my own.
Sometimes a big combination of different herbs etc., can be so polarizing and while some ingredients might be beneficial there can be one or two that just down right don't agree with your body.
That's why I favor single supplements most of the time. I suggest getting a manual capsule maker and capsules so you can make your own special blends.
I've done so several times, I could buy some empty capsules soon enough. I actually have Butae Superba powder which should be pretty good regarding PE purposes, I might have a go with it soon enough, just waiting for my test results and possible medication plan.
Thanks for bringing this product to our attention. The supplementation business can be quite wild and finding the best or neutral good stuff can be a hassle. Overall a balanced diet, hydration and exercising are the three things that carry you very well. (And yes, I should practise what I preach, hopefully soon enough I can. )
Contrary to what DLD said, I'm just a hobbyist. Just have browsed the forum and elsewhere to have a small grasp on certain things.Which supplements are you taking Ark?
Contrary to what DLD said, I'm just a hobbyist. Just have browsed the forum and elsewhere to have a small grasp on certain things.
I think @TuffDong has good intel along with @Haursen about good supplements .
My stack has had a lot of variation as of late. I've taken some Grape Seed Extract, a multivitamin, NAC and L-Citrulline.
L-Citrulline mostly if I have a pump session coming up. A "bit" more natural than Sildenafil, although if cost effectiveness comes into play, I possibly can save with Sildenafil more than with L-Citrulline. (Crazy, right?)
Remember; they're supplements! Stay in the right path with good meal plans and a varied diet. Forgive yourself if you stray from time to time: we are not machines that can be programmed to one certain thing.