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2004/03/16 20:55:36 (permalink)
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Humanovar

Hi,

what did you experienced when taking Humanovar ?

Dosing suggestion ?

Stacks ?

Pct use ?

Thanks in advance !

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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/16 22:34:37 (permalink)
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    As far as my knowledge goes, that product ( manufactured by a few companies ) is some new "breakthrough".
    Chicken embryo extract if i'm not mistaken, the next "eastern block secret unveiled " ( from Romania i guess ).
    They hype it up with the typical " folk medicine wonder " quoting chicken or other game embryo soup have been a cure-all for centuries.
    All good: here we eat blood...chicken or pig's blood.
    Either fried like omelettes or worked into an italian salami with bread, garlic & etc.
    You then cook the blood-made salami & eat it.
    Very tough to digest but damn i love it.
    The blood with which these are prepared must be fresh.
    That is, you cut the pigs or chicken's throat & collect blood into a pan for immediate preparation.
    We eat chicken & beef bowels (intestines ) as well ( trippa in Milan ) and the portion more towards the anus ( especially in Rome, pagliata ).
    HOWEVER
    this is not a cure all & hasn't turned us into Lou Ferrigno.

    Weeks ago i read a bit about humanovar & i'm N O T convinced at all.
    Perhaps it may be sort of colostrum ( sketchy evidence, mammouth dosages required for minimal effect ).
    Yes in China they eat duck's eggs or goose's eggs which they leave there once they're fecondated: i heard i should watch out for salmonella & other viruses.
    I never heard nor read Chinese recommend it as a cure all.

    My opinion sofar.
    As with colostrum, i doubt any PCT should be required.
    Besides that being a likely placebo, i'd worry more about health aspects ( is that really salmonella & virus free? ).


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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/16 22:54:50 (permalink)
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    What are You talking about ...guys ?!

    It´s always the same ...people don´t know it ..so it´s rubbish !

    Humanofort-A is actually a medcine in Europe...tested and proven...read a little bit at bodybuilding.com...rippedup has a nice review
    It could have some action on the HPTA and therefore a pct use would IMO be possible ! Of course with clomid or nolva...sure


    Ok i will test it !

    But if somebody has something productive...you are welcome !
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/16 23:02:06 (permalink)
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    It says this on T-Mag...

    Q: This supplement, Humanofort-A, has been getting a lot of hype lately. Will it stand the test of time?

    A: Humanofort-A is a supplement being marketed out of Romania as a medicinal food. To be blunt, it’s an extract of avian embryo (in other words, baby chick extract). This supplement is being marketed as an adaptogenic product much like ginseng used to be. Reportedly this product raised Testosterone in hypogonadic males by 83%, as well as enhancing ejaculate volume. (How would you like to be the person whose job it was to measure this?)

    Now this data sounds impressive, but please ask, if all of this was true, don’t you think we would’ve heard of this supplement by now? Besides, I don’t recall seeing too many buff Romanians.

    Forget the baby chicken parts.


    Go ahead and buy it if you wish...
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/16 23:50:35 (permalink)
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    Humanovar isn't a new thing and has been out a year and a half at the very least.

    I have tried it twice and have also tried their protein version. I can say without a shadow of a doubt in my mind that this has been the single biggest waste of money I have ever spent,

    My advice would be to stay well clear of it, of couse ime (in my experience!)
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/16 23:52:27 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Sherlock Holmes

    What are You talking about ...guys ?!

    It´s always the same ...people don´t know it ..so it´s rubbish !

    Humanofort-A is actually a medcine in Europe...tested and proven...read a little bit at bodybuilding.com...rippedup has a nice review
    It could have some action on the HPTA and therefore a pct use would IMO be possible ! Of course with clomid or nolva...sure


    Ok i will test it !

    But if somebody has something productive...you are welcome !


    I wouldn't use this for pct, use something that works, becuase in my opinion this doesn't!
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/16 23:54:50 (permalink)
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    Having tried a lot of supplements including this. i rank it along with ecdysterone and the likes. Great on paper but did absoloutley nothing for me physique wise
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 00:05:40 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by big_paul

    Having tried a lot of supplements including this. i rank it along with ecdysterone and the likes. Great on paper but did absoloutley nothing for me physique wise


    yeah make that glossy advertise splattered paper!lol
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 00:55:34 (permalink)
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    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=31530&highlight=humanovar
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 09:02:00 (permalink)
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    Can only speak from personal experience, but the only extra pounds moved by me when taking this stuff came out of my bank account

    Like most wonder supplements, if it seems too good to be true.....
    (you know the rest)
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 09:49:50 (permalink)
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    http://www.genn.co.uk/product_images/WHITEPAPERS.pdf
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 10:29:38 (permalink)
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    Ok your clearly convinced this product is the bees knees and no matter what we say your not gonna listen, so go for it, make the same mistake that I did and fall for all their glossy advetisements, I was just trying to save you from all that, I wish someone had told me not to bother!

    Goodluck
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 10:55:06 (permalink)
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    I have used this and not got much from it.
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 11:20:20 (permalink)
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    I already bought it from cyberflex. They have got a nice deal there....so it shouln´t be much pain in the ass if there is only marginal success ....

    What I am interested in is...

    Well it´s an Peptid...so entering the stomach would result in hydrolysis ?! I am not sure how this Peptid could survive the acid an enzyms...perhaps i should therefore go up with dosing...or take it with an liquid which buffers the acid... i am not sure

    Please give me a little bit hope...that i didn´t burn my money on this
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 12:30:25 (permalink)
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    just because someone with 5600 posts says something, it dont mean he is right
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 12:38:46 (permalink)
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    from reading some more of his comments, I think all those posts have gone to his head
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 13:55:47 (permalink)
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    ***********
    It´s always the same ...people don´t know it ..so it´s rubbish !

    Humanofort-A is actually a medcine in Europe...tested and proven...read a little bit at bodybuilding.com...rippedup has a nice review
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    I KNOW what you're talking about and as well there are at least THREE companies marketing it already.
    Same as Picamilone, Serrapeptase, Yohimbine & a thousand compounds they ARE marketed as "drug" somewhere...no proof they are the cure-all some claim them to be.

    Another bait you should learn to put in perspective is the "board factor".
    Boards ( ANY board ) is someone's bread & butter.
    On one board a compound is praised & touted a cure-all ( either they sell it or some resident sponsor/owner does )...on another board, they think it's a waste of money.

    Go for it...perhaps it will work to some extent but i ran an extensive search in the past ( as one said, about 1 year ago before at one board they got thrilled by it ) & i think as with Colostrum, well beyond a few caps may be required to sort an effect= expensive.

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    Well it´s an Peptid...so entering the stomach would result in hydrolysis ?! I am not sure how this Peptid could survive the acid an enzyms...perhaps i should therefore go up with dosing...or take it with an liquid which buffers the acid... i am not sure

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    You start to getting some clue.
    Either mammouth dosages are required ( not just 1 more pill ) OR you're wasting it all right away.
    Another example is Serrapeptase.
    For years it got produced as it was, and little to no benefit could be expected from a compound that has been researched into & used to treat pain & to revert artheries clotting ( dr. Hans Nepier ).
    Now they produce it enteric coated & all is ok.
    Just one company does so, to my knowledge...
    is you compound enteric coated?
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 15:54:17 (permalink)
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    Well it´s an Peptid...so entering the stomach would result in hydrolysis ?! I am not sure how this Peptid could survive the acid an enzyms...perhaps i should therefore go up with dosing...or take it with an liquid which buffers the acid... i am not sure

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    like said above it wont survive unless it is enterically coated and to my knowledge its not thus it is just becoming a very expensive amino acid supplement
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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/17 22:15:09 (permalink)
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    Well a few people are noticing a better sleep and I don´t think that it is a placebo effekt. So that i conclude that the peptide are a small amount will survive ....like the first pass of prohormones.

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    RE: Humanovar 2004/03/18 12:32:57 (permalink)
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    Who are these people? People you know or people from the advert? The first pass of prohormones happen due to their synthetic structure, humanovar is a peptide thus will be hydrolysed no if and buts about it. Possibbly it may contain a tryptophan unit so upon hydrolysis tryptophan is released thus leading to better sleep patterns....... possibly.
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