These ED drugs, like Viagra and Cialis, really does help increase your workout stamina, better than a protein energy drink… you don’t need to take the whole pill, I cut the pills in 6 pieces… I need more Cialis!
Hey how are you, I'm trying to figure out how to order a bottle of it from the RX site and there's no way purchase it. Just a picture of it . Can you talk about the ordering process so I can get me a bottle of it.
That sucks people can't buy what they want when they are trying to spend there hard erned money. I like your video on it. And if I can get more reps on the bench and go home and pump hard in the bed too. Shit I'm all for it. So I just want to try it out for myself. To see if it's for me. Thanks for posting
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PurplePandaLabs: They sell raws of tons of drugs including roids of course. Cialis costs $0.88 per gram of powder. Compare that to chemical sites, no competition. I've ordered from them, they are totally legit. But get over there and order and stock up before they get shut down. They have many rare drugs in raw powder; cialis, viagra, all your ai's, ralox, accutane (very rare), prami (super rare, never seen it anywhere else), t3, and even dnp. Prices are crazy low. Per gram, cialis under $1, prami $3, accutane $3, t3 under $20, dnp $120 per kg. I have a lifetime supply of prami and t3 and dnp, and I get to witness it being made since I make it myself. I don't have to wonder how old this batch of t3 liquid is or prami liquid is, or what the true dosage of this is, since I made it and saw the scale myself.
I totally suggest guys in this field try making some of their own stuff. It is fun and educational, gives you a sense of pride, makes you self sufficient, and saves you 95% over ordering from chemical sites.
Hahahaha.... You aren't going to get real roids or real Cialis or any other prescription drug from a distributor online. Most uses names like DBALL or DECCA, and other names like that that are roid code names to make people think they might be 'the real stuff'. They aren't. NONE OF THEM! Buyer beware. Your 1st clue would be getting roids in pill form, give me a break. Even in this video, the guy saying some name of some concocted vitamins and then claiming it is Cialis is just ridiculous.
And yes I do know. I get test-e from a TRT doctor, and take it with HCG to keep up my own testosterone making (you know, your balls do shrink a lot when your body stops making its own due to filling it with other). I also take prescribed Anastrazzole once a week to keep the estrogen levels down. Another side affect of increased testosterone.
Finally, I take Cialis, cause you know, again I was able to get a script for it. They are about $12 a pill and there currently are no generics available. And of course, none without a prescription anyway.
In short, this guy is taking a preworkout he likes that he feels gives him a pump, with a bullshit name to help it sell. Again, buyer beware!!!
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The class of drugs that Levitra, Viagra, Stendra, and Cialis belong to are called PDE5 inhibitors. They work by relaxing tight blood vessels, allowing more blood to surge into the penis and cause an erection, says Gregory Bales, M.D., an associate professor of urology at the University of Chicago.
The little pills do the trick for more than two-thirds of men with Viagra protects the heart (ED). They also work for guys who simply need them for a short time to get their “confidence back,” says Michael Eisenberg, M.D., director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at Stanford University.