Re: ANDROSTENEDIONE, NORANDROSTENEDIONE, AND ANDROSTADIENEDIONE!
Posted by Jef on March 25, 1997 at 02:46:41:
In Reply to: Re: ANDROSTENEDIONE, NORANDROSTENEDIONE, AND ANDROSTADIENEDIONE! posted by Unique on March 24, 1997 at 22:29:32:
: OK, Norandrostenedione occurs NATURALLY in the placenta of pregnant females--this is a well-documented
: fact. Androstadienedione has been found naturally in the urine of an epilectic boy but that is all I've
: been able to find. Norandro. can be brought to the market; I'm not sure about the androstadienedione. Too
: bad about the latter though as it is also a great anti-aromatase. Anyway, what evidence of them being a good
: substrate. Well, there really isn't any studies but you have to put two and two together. The hydoxylases are
: pretty nonspecific. It is well documented that androstAnedione gets converted into DHT. Also, if you look at
: the metabolism of a c-19 and its corresponding 19-nor you will see a remarkably similar metabolic fate (pharmokinetics)
: of the drug. Obviously, there are some differences such as the aromatase enzyme but in terms of the hydroxylase there
: is no reason that I can see that it won't convert in sufficient quantities the sister compounds. These compounds are just
: the beginning--there are many others that occur naturally that have efficacy!
: Keep up the fight
Ok...maybe I sound dumb, but what does it mean when you say "found in nature" I know thats the basis for androstenedione being legal, but does that mean found outside of humans, or just found naturally in humans?
If the latter is the case, then why isn't testosterone also legal? It is obviously found in nature.
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