Quick Take: Any man would know who Michael Jordan is and anyone who knows Michael Jordan knows Space Jam. Now, I will ask you a question. Remember when Looney Toons was getting beaten by those aliens at half time? Remember when Bugs Bunny made his entire team drink “Michael’s Secret Stuff” and made the entire team better even if it was just water? The Beast Anabolic Activator COULD BE that same formula. Or it could be for real. Let’s find out in this review… but treat it as a history lesson in homeopathy for test, ’cause The Beast Anabolic Activator is discontinued and disappearing fast.
- A product of UltraLab, The Beast Anabolic Activator is unique among all the other supplements
- The formula is designed around the belief in “homeopathy”
- It’s been UltraLab’s best selling product back in 1996 but has since been discontinued
- Has growth and sex hormones that are otherwise illegal and risky. Though because it is a “homeopathic” formula, it’s considered legal and “safe”.
- Homeopathy is a controversial branch of alternative medicine
- Available to buy online (including Amazon) and in retail stores (I didn’t see it in GNC though).
The Beast Anabolic Activator Ingredients
|Somatotrophine (GM)||6 C|
|Gonado Stimuline||6 C|
|Chorionic Gonadotrophine||6 C|
|Saw Palmetto||3 C|
|Tribulus Terrestris||3 C|
Now, I’m not exactly sure how and where they got these hormones but they’re part of this formula which is pretty intriguing to say the least.
Somatotrophine – I’ll cut this straight. This is THE actual growth hormone.
Gonadostimuline – As the name suggests, it stimulates gonadotropins (LH and FSH) – hormones that promote the gonads to produce sex hormones.
Chorionic Gonadotropin – Its pituitary analog is LH so it might be here for the same reason as Gonadostimuline.
Folliculostimuline(FSH) – It’s a gonadotropin that works together with LH in promoting sex hormones
Adrenocorticotrophine – Its primary effect is increasing cortisol which is a steroid hormone released in response to stress. In bodybuilding, I guess it’s here to help in metabolizing fat, protein, and carbs. (?)
Progesterone – This is a natural hormone that plays a role in the production of sex hormones
Estrone, Estriadol – Two of several estrogens in the body.
Cortisone – Along with cortisol, is a hormone released by the adrenal gland in response to stress. It has anti-inflammatory properties.
Thyroidinum – This is a homeopathic thyroid gland preparation that according to its use in this study, is for weight reduction.
Adrenalinum – derived from epinephrine (better known as adrenaline) which increases blood flow to muscles.
Orchitinum – According to this website, this is homeopathic preparation derived from our testicles used to enhance male virility and vitality and for muscle strengthening.
Insulinum – A homeopathic preparation of the pancreas’ active ingredient which is typically used as a homeopathic medication to treat blood sugar levels in diabetics.
Dopamine – Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that according to this study, increases secretion of HGH. It is also a precursor for epinephrine.
Acetylcholine – This is also a neurotransmitter that helps the brain learn and process memories.
ATP – Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) is basically our body’s energy. In this formula, I think it’s meant to aid in cellular function.
RNA/DNA – along with protein and carbohyrdates, these are the four major macros that are essential for life. They might help with recovery if paired with L-arginine and eicosapentaenoic acid but neither are part of the formula.
Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine, Glutamine – All these are amino acids that are used in the biosynthesis of proteins and every man should know the importance of protein.
Tribulus – Not exactly a T-booster but studies have shown that it does good to male sexual health.
Saw Palmetto – Inhibits the conversion of T to DHT which essentially raises T levels but also decreases DHT and I’m not sure that that’s a good thing.
What is homeopathy? Otherwise known as homeopathic medicine, it’s an underound alternative medical system that was developed in Germany more than 200 years ago. There are two “weird” theories that back-up homeopathy.
“Like cures like”
– This theory states that a substance that causes symptoms of a disease in healthy people can cure the same symptoms in the sick. For example: if I ate some kind of plant and that plant produces cancer-like symptoms, an actual cancer patient can be cured by that same plant.
“law of minimum dose”
– It states that the lower the dose of medication, the greater the effectiveness. Thereby, in homeopathic medication, the preparations are so diluted that very little to no molecules of the substance mixed remain.
**No offense to homeopathic supporters but if you ask me, this goes against a whole lot of science. To learn more about homeopathy, click here.
The Beast Anabolic Activator Directions
- Spray 3 times under the tongue.
- Hold it there for 1 minute.
- Repeat 3x/day
- Training days – Before workout, after workout, and at bedtime
- Non-training days – morning, afternoon, bedtime on an empty stomach
Do I have to say this again? HOMEOPATHY IS CONTROVERSIAL. And my logic tells me that, that means The Beast Anabolic Activator, grounded on homeopathy, is controversial too. With that said, I wouldn’t say that this indeed ineffective. If I did, going by the same logic, I’d be calling the entire homeopathic society ineffective too. Even if it is alternative medicine, it still is medicine after all.
To be honest, the hormones in this is pretty amazing. It indirectly targets T-boosts by stimulating LH and FSH, targets cortisol, and also does a little bit of estrogen regulation.
The homeopathic preparations also seem to be multi-tasking. These ingredients hit weight reduction, improves blood flow which may play a part in anabolic growth, muscle strength, male sexual health, and regulates blood sugar levels.
The neurotransmitters seem to have their eyes on muscle growth, focus, and stamina.
The amino acids in this formula are worth noting too. There isn’t a gym rat in the world that doesn’t want protein and that’s what these amino acids are for. Although, I do have my doubts on why RNA and DNA are in the formula. Maybe they want to support life? I don’t know.
The herbs on this supplement aren’t exactly the best T-boosters but they do provide potential in male health as well.
All in all, I need more scientific evidence to say that this product works. All I could get my hands on now are anecdotal evidence that instead of providing light in the situation, has made it even more confusing. For now, The Beast Anabolic Activator’s ingredients do show potential in muscle growth, sex, and testosterone in a safe and legal way but then, it is also homeopathic. Which means that these ingredients along with their potentials MIGHT be dilluted to zero concentration or maybe very little to have any kind of effect.
Does it Work?
Like the rest of the ingredients, I can’t say for sure. It’s a coin toss at this point. With some reviews saying that it worked wonders for them and others saying that it’s no more than distilled water floating in alcohol. In any case, it’s cheap, legal, and because the dosages are so low, there most probably won’t be any side effects. If you’re a believer in homeopathic/alternative medicine, then by all means go for it. If you’re not, I suggest you check out these other T-boosting stacks and start from here.
- Legal ingredients that may otherwise be illegal – Because it’s homeopathic, the hormones in this stack are considered legal by the FDA.
- One of a kind – Well, it’s definitely different.
- Cheap – If it works, then you’re getting more than your money’s worth at just 30$.
- Still being sold – Considering that production has been stopped, the remaining products are still being sold by retailers.
- Discontinued – That raises a red flag right there.
- Website sucks – I mean, the website was hard to find in the first place and when I found it, I found it a waste of time.
- Controversial – I personally wouldn’t want to take anything controversial. But! Considering it’s homeopathic medicine, there wouldn’t be any side effects anyway.
The Bottom Line
Well, I still don’t know if “Michael’s Secret Stuff” was a homeopathic medicine just like The Beast Anabolic Activator. But if it was and it worked, then The Beast might very well work too. If it doesn’t, then at least you won’t have to worry about side effects. If you don’t want to take the risk, then there are more T-boosters on the market that are non-controversial, safe, and effective.