My #1 Pick is BEAT IT UP! http://www.BeatItUpSolution.com -- or Call 1.888.550.8231 (9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Central). Buy a Bottle on Ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/263174588139
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Extenze - $35.99
Viswiss - $35.99
VigRX - $60.99
Virectin - $44.95
Zytenz - $32.95
RexaVar - $38.00
Nugenix - $44.99
Penatropin - $39.99
Beat It Up - $39.99
L-Arginine/Citrulline - $50.00
I stack BEAT IT UP! with 3,000 mg (3 grams) of Arginine and 3,000 mg of Citrulline. You can easily get these online inexpensively.
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I looked "PHGH" over, it looks decent. I prefer a higher dosage of arginine, 3,000 mg (ten times more than listed on there). I found that arginine and citrulline really drive the "pump" effect at these higher dosages.
I have a couple of questions 1) were you paid by any of the companies you are endorsing and 2) with the Arginine and the citrulline, do you take all three at once or do you spread it out during the day
I built Alpha Upgrade for a client of mine who is purchasing the company, yes. I designed Beat It Up, personally. I was using PenaTropin and stacking it with Arginine and Citrulline, as mentioned (at 3,000 mg per day, each) -- taken at various times, not always together. My experience is that the Butea Superba in PenaTropin was an excellent component... but, I was not a fan of the other two ingredients. John Grey turned me onto Tongkat Ali, so I put that together with Butea Superba and added a little known secret to finish it off nice - Bacopa. This way, I could hit all the target areas that create the ultimate result I wanted.
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