FEMATROPE: HARDCORE FEMALE “LEAN MUSCLE ENHANCER.”
“Strong is the New Skinny for Women!”
Dragon Pharma Labs new FEMATROPE: Ultimate Lean Muscle Enhancer for Women is an innovative new all-natural supplement that enhances lean muscle mass and reduces body fat without the side effects of androgen use. The scientists at Dragon Pharma Labs realized that they needed to develop specifically a product specifically for women that would enhance lean muscle and reduce body fat without the side effects of anabolics. Unlike prohormones, FEMATROPE does not interfere with a female’s endocrine system. In other words, it neither increases nor decreases hormones such as testosterone and estrogen. Men have more lean muscle mass and less body fat due to higher levels of the male dominant hormone testosterone. Females do produce testosterone but in minimal quantities. When women take testosterone, they have increased lean muscle mass, enhanced sex drive, and reductions in bodyfat but the side effects are often high and many times irreversible. Increased acne, facial hair, deepening of the voice, and just a few of the nasty side effects associated with increased androgen use. FEMATROPE contains a full 50mg pure 5-Alpha Hydroxy-Laxogenin per serving to drive dramatic increases in protein synthesis, promoting lean muscle mass gains, significantly increasing strength and minimizing muscle soreness post workout. Additionally, it contains 6, 7-Dihydroxybergamottin (DHB) and Piperine to enhance the absorption of 5-Alpha Hydroxy-Laxogenin. FEMATROPE does not affect testosterone levels or estrogen, furthermore, there are no adverse side effects. Fematrope, the ideal product for female athletes.
5-Alpha Hydroxy-Laxogenin- 50 mg
Laxogenin is a naturally occurring steroid from plants. Laxogenin is a plant compound that exhibits anabolic properties5. Unlike synthetic steroids, laxogenin is all natural and non-hormonal, which means it doesn’t put you at risk for the potential liver damage and other health consequences that come with anabolic steroid abuse. Laxogenin belongs to a family of plant-based steroids collectively known as brassinosteroids. 5-Alpha-Hydroxy-Laxogenin demonstrates growth-promoting properties in plants. After seeing the growth-promoting effects in plants, researchers began testing to see if it also showed growth properties in animals and that’s where the excitement started!
Laxogenin has been found to dramatically increase muscle protein synthesis while simultaneously reducing muscle tissue breakdown. It didn’t increase protein synthesis just a little, but it increased protein synthesis by as much as 200%1,2,3. Additionally, laxogenin is an adaptogen, helping to reduce the stress response which is critical for the dieting female competitor4. Other reported benefits of laxogenin are improved cholesterol levels and muscle recuperation5. Human studies have found similar results to that of animal studies.
In one study, test subjects were divided into three different groups and were assigned to receive 5-Alpha Hydroxy-Laxogenin, Laxogenin, or a placebo every day. The subjects performed barbell bench press; barbell bicep curls, and seated leg press at 65% maximum exercise. At the end of the study, the 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin group gained about 3% more strength than the laxogenin group and a little over 4% more strength than the placebo group. The 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin group also gained a little over 2% more upper arm size than the laxogenin group. 5-Alpha-Hydroxy-Laxogenin has also been found to increase several anabolic signaling pathways to enhance muscle mass. Before you go out and buy any 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin on the market, you should know that 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin has very poor bioavailability but the scientific team as Dragon Pharma Labs have solved this issue.
6, 7-Dihydroxybergamottin (DHB)- 15 mg and Piperine- 5mg
Piperine and 6,7 dihydroxybergamottin inhibit specific enzymes in the blood. Piperine which is derived from black pepper has been found to significantly enhance the absorption of the poorly absorbed herb curcumin. 6, 7-Dihydroxybergamottin increases the oral bioavailability of other ingredients it's ingested with. Therefore, 6′,7′-Dihydroxybergamottin can be thought of as an amplifier. For example, one study found that 6′,7′-Dihydroxybergamottin resulted in a higher bioavailability of supplements after oral dosing but of the same supplements. DHB enhances absorption, yielding better results for poorly absorbed supplements. Remember, that 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin has extremely poor bioavailability, but the combination of 6,7-Dihydroxybergamottin and Piperine are going to dramatically increase the absorption of 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin. Without the addition of these compounds found in Fematrope, there would be very poor bioavailability of 5-alpha-hydroxy-laxogenin.
- Increased Strength, Performance, and Lean Muscle Mass
- No Unwanted Side Effects- doesn’t affect hormones like testosterone and estrogen
- Increased Protein Synthesis while inhibiting protein breakdown.
- Powerful adaptogen (Promotes Resilience to Stress)
- Enhanced Nutrient Absorption
Fematrope can be stacked with VENOM and Mr. VEINZ for even better results.
It is recommended 2 capsules per day with meals. The recommended cycle for Fematrope is 4 to 8 weeks and 4 weeks off before repeating the cycle one more time.
Is Fematrope a Anabolic Steroid?
NO. Fematrope is derived from plant steroids. It’s enhances lean muscle mass, reduces bodyfat, and enhances performance; however, it does not generate side effects like anabolics such as virilization, liver damage and changes in natural hormonal production of the body.
Does Fematrope Increase Testosterone?
No. Fematrope is a supplement that does not have any effects on natural hormone production.
What are the reported benefits of Fematrope?
There are no stimulants or hormone altering effects from Fematrope. It may take up several weeks for the results to occur. Users often report increases in muscle mass and a significant increase in strength and fatigue reduction during training are noted. This is due to the fact that the product increases protein synthesis by up to 200% in this period.
Will Fematrope Cause Me to test positive in a drug test?
No. Fematrope is not a supplement based on any hormones and is totally safe. It does not show up on narcotic or anabolic drug screens or drug tests (can be used by Athletes in NCAA and other major league sports).
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