Biotest

Indigo-3G on the Way, Interaction?


#1

K, I’ll have my bottles of Indigo-3G in a couple days. I’m fired up because I do well on lots of carbs anyway. 350-375g daily over the last 2.5 months and I am getting stronger/bigger while remaining (slightly) sub 10% bf. Hoping this will help me be even more efficient with the carbs.

Here’s my question (I searched for a bit but couldn’t find specific info and got tired of looking): I will be taking Indigo-3G prior to lifting mid-morning. Am I safe to take 500mg Rez-V in the evening or before bed, or should I bag it entirely? Same question applies for an antioxidant I take which has NAC (200 mg), Green Tea Extract (100 mg), Quercetin and Tumeric (25 mg each) ALA (15 mg) and Rosemary (10mg.

I don’t consider either of these supps earth-shattering, but they have been part of my plan for awhile. I do not want to risk messing with the efficacy of the Indigo-3G. Thank you for any input.


#2

Rez-V in the evening is fine.

We’d suggest ditching the anti-oxidant entirely since it directly contains something that will interfere with Indigo-3G (quercetin).


#3

I appreciate the prompt response Chris, thank you. Cool I will ditch the antioxidant. While I’ve got this thread front and center I would like to bounce some ingredients off of you from my normal pre-lift supplement and a digestive enzyme that I take with each meal. I’m most concerned with the pre-lift supp because it will occur 30 mins after I take the Indigo-3G (at least in my current plan). I couldn’t find specific info on most of these ingredients, so hopefully this thread will help someone else who is searching for the same info down the road. Thanks again.

pre-lift (so 30 mins after Indigo-3G):

Vitamin C
Niacin
Beta-Alanine
Rhodiola rosea
American Ginseng
Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate
Betaine HCL
L-Tyrosine
L-Citrulline
L-Histidine HCL
Glycine
L-Alanine
L-Ornithine HCL
HMB

Digestive Enzymes (with meals throughout the day but at least 2 hours from Indigo-3G ingestion):

Pepsin
Pancreatin
Mycozyne
Papain


#4

Quercetin and other compounds (anthocyanins and anthocyanidins) can either inhibit or diminish the effects of Indigo-3G. You’ll have to check those ingredients yourself. And honestly, that pre-workout looks like a garbage kitchen sink supplement with several ingredients proven to be worthless 10 years ago. Seems like a waste.


#5

I may have been unclear. I only needed info on those ingredients as they relate to Indigo-3G (read: will they inhibit/diminish Indigo-3G effects). So it is just the anthocyanins and anthocyanidins that I need to worry about? (If so, that answers my question) Thanks again for your time.


#6

If none of those things are quercetin, anthocyanins or anthocyanidins, then they’re fine. You’ll just have to check and see if any of those other non-Biotest supplements fall into those categories.


#7

Excellent. That I can do. Thanks for your attention, I appreciate it.