Re: SARMS or PH?
Does anyone else find it annoying that over a strong supps they have an entire section called 'estrogen blockers' but within that section they explain that they are actually not estrogen blokers but AIs:
'What is the difference between an Estrogen Blocker and an Aromatase Inhibitor (A.I.)?
Estrogen blockers help lower circulating levels of estrogen and/or prevent estrogen from binding to breast tissue receptors. Such Select Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) or Estrogen Blockers are best used during Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) or after completion of an AAS (anabolic-androgenic steroid) cycle.
Aromatase inhibitors help by optimizing free testosterone levels by preventing testosterone from converting into estrogen. Aromatase Inhibitors (AIs) are commonly only used during a PH or AAS cycle to help prevent estrogen build up, gyno flare-up, and to prevent excess water retention from compounds that have a high estrogen conversion rate.
In summary, Aromatase Inhibitors are mainly taken during a prohormone cycle while E-Blockers/SERMS are primarily used during a Post Cycle Therapy. '
FFS, of your gonna sell the stuff, get it right!