In this review, we are going to take a closer look at Hi-Tech Estrogenex Depot, to see if it is a supplement which lives up to its claims
Hi-Tech Estrogenex Depot is a US manufactured pre-workout supplement made by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. It is a supplement in capsule form, that may help increase testosterone levels and lower estrogen levels to help promote health and build muscle. It’s used by many consumers as part of a post cycle therapy – for helping to keep testosterone levels up after a course of anabolic steroids.
There are many concerns about the manufacturer, who are just as well known for their ongoing legal battles as they are for producing supplements. They continued to manufacture and sell products containing DMAA, a banned substance, as well as being found to be marketing dietary supplements with unsubstantiated claims.
No side effects have been reported but the inclusion of indole-3-carbinol can cause skin rashes and small increases in liver enzymes.
From the official Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals website, the supplement costs $49.95 for 90 capsules, which is a 30-day supply. Shipping is free.
As soon as we saw who manufactured the product, we had our concerns. They are notably one of the most controversial companies in the supplement industry, having been raided by US Marshals in 2013, continuing to make and sell products containing DMAA, despite it being banned in 2013 by the FDA and the World Anti Doping Administration. In fact, the description for one of their products included the following:
Most companies let the FDA intimidate them into stopping the sales of this extremely potent combination. Well, not Hi-Tech.
This tells us everything we need to know about the company and their products – they are more interested in making a profit than the law and the health and wellbeing of their customers.
There’s no information whatsoever about money-back guarantees, or the refund or returns process, and the website.
We aren’t keen on the product, and certainly not on the manufacturer, but we do have to say that it probably will work for many consumers, as many of the ingredients do have some scientific backing. However, being a proprietary blend means the quantities are unknown. Anything that messes with hormones is a big no-no to us though, and especially a company with such dubious ethics, so with all of that in mind, we do not recommend Hi-Tech Estrogenex Depot to our readers.
Hi-Tech Estrogenex Depot is a supplement made by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, and is designed to help support an optimal free testosterone to estrogen ratio to promote health and build muscle.
All men, once they hit peak testosterone, usually around the age of 30, begin to experience some changes to their body that aren’t particularly welcome to most due to the decrease in testosterone. This may include a lower sex drive, being able to maintain an erection, reduced muscle mass, and increase in body fat and enlarged breasts. These symptoms are also common in athletes and bodybuilders who have stopped using anabolic steroids, which are used to boost performance and improve physical appearance. To reduce the effects, supplements such as Hi-Tech Estrogenex Depot are used by many as a post-cycle therapy (PCT).
Take one tablet three times a day. It is best taken at meal times. Do not exceed six tablets daily
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals are a US-based company. They were established in 1994 and their offices are in a town called Norcross, just north of Atlanta. Jared Wheat is the CEO and President of the company, who was once convicted for a large-scale illegal drug smuggling offence. The company has been in the midst of controversy for many years, originally being given a court order in 2008 for marketing dietary supplements with unsubstantiated claims. They were found in contempt of breaking this order in October 2017, and a $40 million judgement was set against them. They’ve also been in a legal battle with the Food Drug Authority (FDA) for continuing to make and sell products containing DMAA, despite the substance being banned by both the FDA and the World Anti Doping Administration (WADA) back in 2013 for being linked to deaths.
The manufacturer of Hi-Tech Estrogenex claims the product is:
A carefully selected synergistically combined formulation, based on methodically researched scientific strategy designed to support normal, healthy and optimal estrogen and testosterone levels in bodybuilders, strength athletes and all men once they hit ‘andropeak’ in their mid-20s and begin to experience undesirable changes in the levels of sex hormones
There is a long list of ingredients, some of which are known to be aromatase inhibitors, so there will be some effect on the levels of estrogen and testosterone after taking them. However, some of the ingredients have no research to back up the efficiency of them, and due to it being a proprietary blend, we have no idea how much of each ingredient is in there. Due to this, we think that it may have some effect on some consumers, but we cannot say that as a whole, it works.
Please note this is a proprietary blend, so quantities of each ingredient are unknown.
No side effects have been reported, but the inclusion of indole-3-carbinol can cause skin rashes and small increases in liver enzymes.
Like all supplements, it is advised to seek medical advice if you have any pre-existing medical problems before consuming this.
There are reviews on many different sites selling the product. The vast majority are positive.
Estrogenex is great at balancing my body’s estrogen levels to a point where I am able to maintain muscularity and vitality. My strength gains are steady and my overall confidence is up.
G-Man, April 2013
I have been able to tell some positive effects from this product since I have been taking it. It’s not something that you will take and immediately start to feel or notice it working.
Tank 66, August 2014
There is no information about any money-back guarantee or refunds or returns on the website.
The supplement is available from the official Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals website, as well as many other popular supplement stockists.
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