One criticism behind the rationale of GABA supplementation is that for GABA to work, it needs to find its way into the brain. However, GABA does not readily cross the blood brain barrier, so it may not be able to exert its effect on the pituitary gland. It seems that although GABA may be able to increase hGH, taking too much may actually have the opposite effect. A study has shown that a dose of 18 g/day for four days actually reduced hgH levels (Driskell & Wolinsky, 2009). The use of GABA appears to be safe. However it is not as well studied as some other supplements. Therefore, if you are pregnant, are on medications, or have any serious illnesses, consult your healthcare professional before commencing supplementation.
WHAT’S THE MAIN DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANABOLIC FREAK AND TEST FREAK? Both ANABOLIC FREAK and TEST FREAK are testosterone boosters, however, each product works to increase testosterone in 2 distinctly different ways! ANABOLIC FREAK supplies your body with a clinically-proven dose of D-Aspartic Acid (DAA), which accumulates in the pituitary gland and testes and stimulates an increase in luteinizing hormone (LH) and natural testosterone production. TEST FREAK supplies your body with steroidal saponins from a clinically proven dose of TESTOFEN (Fenugreek) and Tribulus Terrestris, which target the hypothalamus and pituitary and stimulates the release of LH and testosterone.
The only ingredien in Anaolic Freak that has the potential to raise testosterone is D-Aspartic Acid, which may cause a short-lived (a few weeks) rise testosterone levels. Whether this temporary rise results in any meaningful increase in strength or lean muscle mass remains to be determined. However, Anabolic Freak contains roughly half the dose of D-Aspartic Acid required to produce this effect (according to the studies), so two servings would likely have to be consumed. At about $ per serving, taking two servings at a time may be costly to some.