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2014/11/25 11:03:41 (permalink)

Adamantine - Too good to be true??

I've just come across this and is promoted as a natural test booster, non hormonal. No cycle supps or PCT needed. I've spent the past couple of hours reading endless logs and reviews and I am unable to find anyone except for 2 people who haven't experienced tremendous gains using this. I've seen quite a few reviews now to say they managed to add more than 10-15kg to their bench and squat and with more reps within a 2 week period, now as we know that is what we are gaining from the strongest of pro hormones never mind a natty test booster. Sounds unreal? Surely there must be some 'secret' ingredients in there that aren't listed and I have to admit I am very sceptical about this especially at £60 for a 30 day supply. Has anyone on here used it or any thoughts on this. I'd like to run a log but I need some convincing first.
 

Hydrapharm Adamantine 90 Caps Benefits

  • The perfect muscle building supplement
  • Innovative formula never before seen
  • Natural alternative for building muscle
  • Rapid strength and size gains
  • Amazing recovery
  • Utilises the hottest ingredients available today never seen in the UK before
  • Stacks with any testosterone booster or natural anabolic to drive performance to heights not seen without the use of androgens
Hydrapharm have been working on Adamantine for a long time seeking out the highest quality nutritional ingredients out there for the single purpose of powering muscle and strength gains to new height. Adamantine means something which is indestructible and this helps explain not just the name of this product but why it was chosen. 
Can Adamantine live up to its name?
To answer this question it is essential to look at its composition as it is this what distinguishes it from other muscle building supplements. The four ingredients at the heart of this formula are laxogenin, epicatechin, creatine nitrate, and vitamin d3. Without going into exhaustive detail here is a quick synopsis to help you see how Adamantine was formulated.
Laxogenin
Laxogenin is structurally similar to ecdysterone, which is the key ingredient in one of the most popular supplements we sell, Mass Pro Synthagen. First discovered in Russia, laxogenin has been noted to have a similar anabolic/androgenin ratio as Anavar, a popular steroid, but unlike Anavar, laxogenin exerts its effects without impacting your own body's hormone levels meaning there is no suppression of testosterone or associated side effects seen with steroid use. With studies showing a massive improvement in muscle recovery, protein synthesis and reduction in inflammation, laxogenin alone would make for a phenomenal supplement in our view providing the right extract has been sourced which is something Hydrapharm have gone to great lengths to ensure is the case.
Epicatechin
Epicatechin is the key ingredient in two popular supplements sold by Predator Nutrition, Myosynergy and Follidrone and these are both getting incredible feedback as a simple google search will show for anyone interested. Epicatechin has been the subject of a number of studies and news articles with improvements in strength, muscle mass, and even showing it can help prevent various health maladies such as diabetes and cancer. Epicatechin is a nutrient found in chocolate, specifically dark chocolate which is undoubtedly one of the most interesting nutrients on the market today. As was the case with laxogenin, epicatechin alone would be a great supplement but in Adamantine its inclusion takes this formula to a level above the single ingredient epicatechins on the market.
Creatine Nitrate
Creatine Nitrate has grown to prominence in the past year with it being one of the key ingredients in Hydrapharm's all-in-one, Quantum. Creatine of course is a famously versatile supplement for improving performance, and muscle size but when it is bonded as it is here with a nitrate, the resulting compound, creatine nitrate, is transformed completely into a supplement which does more than build strength and size but generates muscle pumps and boosts muscle endurance to a remarkable degree. Creatine nitrate, added to laxogenin and epicatechin means you will be powering muscle performance and gains to levels not seen without the use of anabolic steroids but does so naturally.
Vitamin D3
Vitamin D3 is an essential vitamin which is deficient in virtually everyone in the western world and yet it occupies a role not just as a vitamin which is needed to support optimum health but also plays a role in ensuring natural testosterone levels are optimised (in men only) and is an important co-factor in a host of anabolic processes. By including vitamin d3 in Adamantine, Hydrapharm have ensured that Adamantine's performance stack of nutrients is further potentiated by this vitamin.
 

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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 11:25:14 (permalink)
Yeah I used it, gave me better gains than M1T.














No in all seriousness though I was reading the comments about this earlier, people saying it's as good as PH.

I wouldn't mind trying it to see but for £60 no thanks.

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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 12:04:33 (permalink)
I read your post on my iphone and saw you said it gave you better gains that M1T, I was thinking Damn I have to try it NOW! Lol! Then after a few second I scrolled down....
 
If it works then it's actually quite cheap when you take into consideration you don't need any PCT or cycle supports etc. Just a bit confused on how much protein you would need to take with it being a non prohormone. The more I think about it the more I get tempted to blow £60 on it and see what it can do for a recomp
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 12:07:32 (permalink)
Lol

They did dish out a 20% launch code in the newsletter apparently, unsure of the code though or if it's still running.

Maybe pred can clarify if they read this.

Reviews are something else for such product.

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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 12:39:21 (permalink)
A lot of reviews say the pumps are on the same level as PH pumps. Hmmm
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 13:01:52 (permalink)
If it's too good to be true it usually is. Save your money and just buy yourself some PH's. M1T, SD and M-dien are all cheap as fook and Nolva isn't exactly expensive. You shouldn't really need cycle support on most cycles either.
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 13:24:34 (permalink)
Remind's me of an old greek movie, where the protagonist wanted to be big and strong, so someone gave him some pills of "supermandoline" and he was convinced that they helped him.
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 13:33:42 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby DaveW3000 2014/11/25 14:28:49
Every couple of weeks a new supplement comes out that's supposed to give you gains like steroids, only it's "natural" and not a steroid and has absolutely no side effects.
 
It doesn't just sound too good, it sounds perfect. All those eggheads who researched synthetic steroids and SARMs for decades in search of something with the anabolic effects of testosterone without the sides were wasting their time, what they wanted was in some grass all along!
 
You'd think people would have learned by now, but no, they keep selling this junk because people keep falling for it and buying it.
post edited by Uriel - 2014/11/25 13:35:22
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 20:33:22 (permalink)
Same with politicians.

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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/25 21:28:05 (permalink)
Zing!
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/26 18:19:23 (permalink)
Sod it, I've nearly finished PCT for a 2.5 week M1T cycle and seeing that this product has no known side effects (at the recommended dose of 3 caps). I can't see any reason why I can't run it straight after PCT. 'If' it does work then there are benefits to be had, especially if I increase my bench by 10kg in 2 weeks. I'm the biggest sceptic out there but from the reviews I've seen it may be a genuine product, so I'll run a log on here but I'm not expecting big things from it. It can be run for 2 months on 1 month off which is the recommended time.
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/26 18:46:13 (permalink)
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/27 20:32:30 (permalink)
1+1 = 3

Now that's too good to be true.

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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/28 10:12:15 (permalink)
I now have a bottle here and a very sceptical log will follow shortly. Even if it does work there are questions that no one seems to know, eg. How permanent the gains are, what to stack it with, expected lbm gains. I've seen numerous reports about massive strength gains but as we know that doesn't always equal massive size increases with Tren being a good example of this. If I don't see any gains within 14 days then I'll consider it a failure for me anyway. For most people the strength gains were there from day 3-7 so a 14 day run is acceptable.
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/28 11:34:21 (permalink)
 
Watching Adam
Laxogenin some interesting stuff , mixed with the Epicat it may provide a good natty boost.
The problem is not with the product but the hype and price .
Epicatechin is one of our best sellers now primarily being bought by drug tested sports men and women by the looks .
Its wrong to put these products on the same standing with steroids because they aren't going to give the same affect but they have a place along with Creatine , DAA etc .  
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/28 12:44:46 (permalink)
It says 'superhuman strength and recovery' on the bottle so this is what I'm expecting! Lol. With it being natty then if it works then it would be awesome for pct.
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/28 19:48:41 (permalink)
Bo***cks , but I think you will get something out of it , when you look what's in it you should get something for your dollar.
Log it will you , we could be interested in something similar if you get anything out of it
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Re: Adamantine - Too good to be true?? 2014/11/28 21:23:46 (permalink)
I'll start the log either on Monday or Wednesday. Looking forward to it :). Think I'll stick with maintenance calories to see how well it puts strength on and burns fat and keep protein high to give it a good chance of working. I had a decent amount of strength gain using 6 Bromo @ 150mg but didn't gain any size or lose fat, it was all strength so I'm hoping this isn't the same.
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