Why does Dienedrone have Milk Thistle in it? Is it still liver toxic even though it's not methylated? Or is the Milk Thistle in there for some other reason (BP, etc.)?
milk thistle also can help with cholesterol too. There are many other benefits to MT than just liver detox.
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This is not a dig against AMS alone, but seems to be the way the industry works in general. How hard would it be to run a simple blood test on a sample group before releasing a product like this? At least be aware of what it's doing to the body and be able to advise what the problems COULD be.
I want to get big as bad as the next guy but I have become very cautious. I have used products in the past that I regret. Some of the methylated products out today are pure poison. I am interested in AMS products because it appears they have NOT gone that route and have some concern for health (I hope).
However, when I saw "Milk Thistle" as one of the ingredients in Dienedrone it sent up a flag. Yes, it is good for a lot of things but why did AMS feel the need to include it in the mix? What problem is it there to counteract? That's all I want to know.
I talked to the formulator of the product and this was his reply:
"We decided to put it in as a safety precaution (or more like an over safety precaution). It's not an admission of guilt - I'm just being an overprotective parent. Dienedrone has a fairly low dose and the 19Nor molecule doesn't increase (remember - I'm not a doctor) liver enzymes. I've never heard any reports of it doing so (and not even increasing blood pressure for that matter). It's a very safe compound."
Some of the stuff thats out there has labelling thats far from professional both in design and information.