In the search for supplements that help you to enhance muscle mass and give you a leg up when it comes to working out, it is important to find those that are straightforward and have a wide range of feedback. However, some products seem to wish to take ignorance for granted and utilize that for their benefit.
We wondered whether DecaVol was one of these products. DecaVol’s manufacturers advertise that it is meant to help you build mass and strength. Through its ingredients, DecaVol enhances muscle building capabilities and works to increase your ability to lift and maintain strength throughout your workouts.
This allows for greater increases in strength, faster reduction of body-fat and a leaner look to the physique.
However, those who do not look into the ingredients and processes of DecaVol may find that it is not quite what they had anticipated based on information provided and the outcomes they experience.
Some of the primary ingredients of Decavol are NorAndrostene-3b-ol, 17-one – 60mg, 1,4,6 etioallocholan-dione – 3mg, Luteolin – 2mg, Stinging Nettle – 100mg, and Piperine – 4mg.
NorAndrostene-3b-ol, 17-one is a milder version of a prohormone that was discontinued in the past. Though the manufacturers have added it into a testosterone boosting supplement, this ingredient’s main functions seems to be producing estrogen. Since this produces the opposite effect of what is desired, we are unsure why they added this ingredient. We are especially skeptical since it is the first ingredient and in the highest dosage.
1,4,6 etioallocholan-dione does have better effects than the first ingredient. It is well known for its ability to block estrogen creation through the use of ATDs. However, there is not a large enough dose to counteract the estrogen that may be made by the first ingredient.
Luteolin is a flavonoid that is commonly used in muscle building supplements, but is known for having some side effects. It can sometimes cause nausea and cause other problems with the digestive system.
Nearly all of the consumer reviews we found for this product said that it was expensive, did not work, and was unclear about what ingredients were, what they did, and how to effectively use this product.
DecaVol consumers also found that they had some side effects, such as painful urination, that did not sit well with them.
We could list all of the aspects of DecaVol that we do not like, but it may be easier simply to say what it has going for it: very little. Through the use of ingredients that are ineffective, work against each other, and actually increase rather than decrease estrogen, it is easy to see that this product would be ineffective.
Through our research, we also found that this product has been discontinued. This is not surprising considering the dangers and ineffectiveness of this product.
Obviously, we would not recommend this product. There are many other types of muscle building supplements that are straightforward with their ingredients and directions, effective, affordable, and have not been discontinued. We suggest looking around for these types of products.