SNS Serious Nutrition Solutions Inhibit P 60 caps

Serious Nutrition Solutions

SNS Serious Nutrition Solutions Inhibit P 60 caps.

SNS Inhibit-P contains a precision blended Prolactin Control Complex that may help lower prolactin, increase dopamine, and improve feelings of well-being.

Is Inhibit-P for you? Ask yourself:

  • Are you concerned with high prolactin?
  • Do you have symptoms of high prolactin (sensitive nipples, gyno, etc.)?
  • Are your mood and natural level of energy not what they used to be?
  • Do you have a tough time getting to sleep and staying asleep?
  • Is your sex life lacking?
Inhibit-P’s Precision Blended Prolactin Control Complex is designed to:
  • Lower Prolactin*
  • Naturally, Boost Testosterone Levels*
  • Relieve Symptoms of Increased Prolactin such as Nipple Puffiness or Sensitivity Associated With Gynecomastia*
  • Improve Mood and Sense of Well-Being*
  • Improve Libido and Sex Life*
  • Produce Deeper and More Restful Sleep*
  • And Much More! 
Stacking and Versatility:

SNS Inhibit-P can be used as part of an overall supplement regimen, as part of a natural testosterone boosting regimen, or for a variety of other uses and reasons.

Inhibit-P can be stacked with a variety of other SNS products to help fit your individual needs. It is commonly stacked with Inhibit-E, Growth Factor XT, DAA Caps or Powder, and other select SNS products for improved, synergistic results.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1
Servings Per Container: 60
Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (Bioactive Coenzyme Form of Vitamin B6) 50 mg.
Vitex Agnus Castus (Extract)300 mg.
Mucuna Pruriens 150 mg.

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow #5.


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