The effects of androgen precursors, combined with herbal extracts designed to enhance testosterone formation and reduce conversion of androgens to estrogens was studied in young men. Subjects performed 3 days of resistance training per week for 8 weeks. Each day during Weeks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, and 8, subjects consumed either placebo (PL; n = 10) or a supplement (ANDRO-6; n = 10), which contained daily doses of 300 mg androstenedione, 150 mg DHEA, 750 mg Tribulus terrestris, 625 mg Chrysin, 300 mg Indole-3-carbinol, and 540 mg Saw palmetto. Serum androstenedione concentrations were higher in ANDRO-6 after 2, 5, and 8 weeks (p <.05), while serum concentrations of free and total testosterone were unchanged in both groups. Serum estradiol was elevated at Weeks 2, 5, and 8 in ANDRO-6 (p <.05), and serum estrone was elevated at Weeks 5 and 8 (p <.05). Muscle strength increased (p <.05) similarly from Weeks 0 to 4, and again from Weeks 4 to 8 in both treatment groups. The acute effect of one third of the daily dose of ANDRO-6 and PL was studied in 10 men (23 +/- 4 years). Serum androstenedione concentrations were elevated (p <.05) in ANDRO-6 from 150 to 360 min after ingestion, while serum free or total testosterone concentrations were unchanged. These data provide evidence that the addition of these herbal extracts to androstenedione does not result in increased serum testosterone concentrations, reduce the estrogenic effect of androstenedione, and does not augment the adaptations to resistance training.
Synthetic anabolic steroids does not aromatize to estrogen but suppresses the testosterone levels significantly and also suppresses the estrogen levels as a result and therefore influences the cholesterol levels very negatively. Adding a small amount of testosterone to your anabolic regime that aromatizes to a small amount of estrogen with a Nolvadex will give you great results. Studies showed that a 200mg per week enanthate injection lowered the LDL (bad cholesterol) by 16% but with 6mg of Stanazol per day orally it increased the LDL (bad cholesterol) by as much as 29%.
All forms of Trenbolone Enanthate are currently being made NOT UNDER LICENSE and thus can never claim to be pharmaceutical standard (in other words sold under prescription and dispensed from a pharmacy). As previously mentioned Ciccone Pharma would be the first to register this product and all its other products if the world changed their views and allowed us to do so. Our manufacturing processes are according to GMP (Good medical practice) but the laws of the world prohibits us to register our products. There is a huge difference between a kitchen lab product, a GMP product that is not registered and a registered pharma brand.