65-3H is a proteolytic enzyme acting as a testosterone booster, it is classified as a glycoprotein. The enzymatic strength is 500,000 IU/g making it the strongest on the market.
We’ve all heard ‘drinking pineapple juice makes your sperm taste better’, well this isn’t far from the truth. The enzyme bromelain is found in pineapple, different areas of the pineapple contain different enzyme strengths. We make sure our bromelain is extracted from the optimal part of the fruit. In 2013 studies showed that bromelain directly increased testosterone levels in athletes.
Testosterone levels fall during exercise. In 2015 it was discovered that during high intensity exercise bromelain administration kept testosterone levels from falling, giving athletes a peak advantage on their performance.
What 65-3H Does:
It directly increases testosterone blood serum 
It maintains testosterone levels during exercise 
Provides testosterone during PCT and gets those boys back in action sooner
It increases the bioavailability of other drugs  Breaks down proteins faster so they absorb better  Is antiedematous (meaning it gets rid of water retention)  Beneficial to run on cycle
125mg/mL | 3.6mL/day | 450mg/day
1.8mL twice daily | one month supply
For post cycle therapy (PCT) protocol use the following regime:
Weeks 1-2: 2.2mL twice a day.
Weeks 3-4: 1.8mL twice a day.
Weeks 5-6: 1.4mL twice a day.
65-3H contains the bromelain enzyme at a strength of 500,000IU/g, in a proprietary SMEDDS blend. It has the strongest enzymatic activity on the market.
The active compound is isolated from pineapple.
Bromelain has low lipophilicity and SMEDDS gives it that boost to cross the phospholipid cell membrane. Our proprietary SMEDDS blend is infused with caprylic acid a natural SARM.
To activate SMEDDS mix the recommended dose by stirring vigorously, shaking, or blending in water, milk, or juice.
Balliett, M. D. C. & Burke, J. R. 2013. Changes in anthropometric measurements, body composition, blood pressure, lipid profile, and testosterone in patients participating in a low-energy dietary intervention. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, 12(1), pp. 3-14. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcm.2012.11.003
Shing, C. M. Chong, S., Driller, M. W. & Fell, J. W. 2015. Acute protease supplementation effects on muscle damage and recovery across consecutive days of cycle racing. European Journal of Sport Science, 16(2), pp. 206-212. DOI: 10.1080/17461391.2014.1001878
Pavan, R., Jain, S., Kumar, S. & Kumar, A. 2012. Properties and Therapeutic Application of Bromelain: A Review. Biotechnology Research International, 2012(976203). DOI: 10.1155/2012/976203