AndroHard * 100% natural steroid hormone
* Non-liver toxic – Non-estrogenic
* Increases libido & erection hardness
* Enhances fat loss & vascularity
* DHT pro-hormone helps prevent gyno
Warning: This article contains sexual and potentially offensive language.
(And if this article offends you, I recommend you immediately take AndroHard and man-up) What is AndroHard?
The active ingredient in AndroHard is androsterone – a natural hormone, a natural steroid and a natural androgen.
Androgens are a group of “male hormones” or “steroids”. They do two things to the male body – * Reinforce manly properties
* Reject womanly properties
This means that androgens support masculine traits such as strong muscles, strong sex drive, and a strong erection – while countering estrogenic effects such as gyno (breast growth), body fat storage, and water retention. (1-5)
In other words, androgens to make you hard, while preventing you from getting soft.
Since androsterone is a 100% natural steroid, it also has an excellent safety profile, even at high doses (6-15) –
* Zero conversion to estrogen
* Non-methylated & Non-toxic to the liver
* No negative effect on cholesterol levels
* No lethargy or nausea AndroHard & Hair Loss
Regardless of the origin of hair loss, elevated androgen levels can increase hair shedding in men who are prone to androgenic hair loss. If you are not prone to hair loss, AndroHard will likely have no effect on your hair line.
If you believe you are susceptible to androgenic related hair loss, we recommend ramping up your dose of AndroHard over the course of 2-3 weeks to carefully examine hair shedding. If hair shedding becomes a problem, discontinue AndroHard and shedding shall stop within 5-7 days.
Androsterone is legal because it must be converted before it becomes active in the body. Therefore the body must convert androsterone to a more powerful androgen in order for it to have any positive effects – luckily the body is well equipped to make these conversions – which you will learn about next. Androsterone - Incredible Potential
Androsterone is pretty weak stuff and has very low androgenic potency in its native form. It’s excreted through the urine and sweat as a hormone metabolite – an end product of other male androgens. (10,12-15)
So why did we use it as the active ingredient in AndroHard?
Because androsterone has the perfect structural backbone to be recycled back into a fully potent male androgen if exposed to the right biological environment.
For instance, when taken orally, the digestive track converts androsterone to a more powerful androgen known as dihydrotestosterone (DHT). (6-14)This conversion is driven by the high concentration of two steroid converting enzymes – 3b-HSD and 17b-HSD – locatedthroughout the liver and intestines. It is these specific enzymes that convert androsterone to the target hormone DHT -- and this is exactly what we want.
The conversion only takes two steps, and can happen through either pathway listed below – AndroHard & The Prostate
Contrary to popular belief, high levels of androgens are not the cause of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) – a.k.a. prostate growth – and associated side-effects such as frequent urination. (1,5)
It is a combined effect of estrogen and DHT that is known to cause BPH, therefore if estrogen is reduced or kept at a normal level, elevated DHT will not cause BPH. (4,5)
In fact, administration of DHT alone has actually been shown to reduce prostate size and side-effects associated with having an enlarged prostate. (5)
Therefore, increasing DHT levels with a non-aromatizing androgen such as androsterone may help support prostate health and limit BPH. Penetrate, Inseminate & Conquer!
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is man’s best friend.
If it wasn’t for DHT, men wouldn’t have a hairy chest and ripped abs or the urge to penetrate the opposite sex. If it wasn’t for DHT, Chuck Norris would not exist, and the universe would likely be ruled by Martha Stewart.
DHT is literally the strongest natural androgen known to man. It’s the gold standard of androgens, known to be about 10x more powerful than even testosterone. (16) In fact, most of the masculine effects associated with testosterone actually come from the conversion of testosterone to DHT. (1,4,5,16)
Since AndroHard (androsterone) readily converts to DHT upon ingestion – it is the ultimate DHT pro-hormone. Sex Drive & Gyno Problems?
Every day I get emails from steroid users who have developed either sexual impotence, gyno symptoms or both.
These problems seem to occur most frequently from the use of unnatural steroids – which all share one thing in common – they can’t convert to actual DHT.
Legal or not, steroids that lack the ability to convert to DHT can cause some serious problems.
Remember, DHT is the ultimate libido supporting and anti-gyno hormone.
For instance, most progestin based steroids such as nandrolone, trenbolone and dienedione (TREN) are unnatural and lack the ability to convert to DHT. Other popular unnatural steroids such as methyldrostanolone (Superdrol), methylepitiostanol (Epistane) also lack the ability to convert to DHT. Guess what? All these steroids are known to be associated with libido and gyno issues.
Users will typically revert to a steroidal anti-estrogen to lower estrogen in an attempt to stop the gyno or raise the libido. However, this can worsen the situation by further suppressing DHT since steroidial anti-estrogens (6-oxo, ATD and formestane) cant convert to DHT and actually lower DHT levels by blocking other hormones from converting to DHT (by hogging the 5a-reductase enzyme).
Therefore, no matter how much you suppress estrogen, DHT must be present to prevent gyno related side-effects and libido loss. Unnatural steroids simply lack enough androgenic potency to replace DHT. The Industry’s Strongest Legal DHT Pro-Hormone
Every cycle should have a DHT source, such as testosterone, actual DHT, or a legal DHT pro-hormone, such as AndroHard.
AndroHard (androsterone) is the most effective legal DHT pro-hormone and should be used during all cycles with unnatural steroids to support the body with sufficient DHT levels.
NOTE: Dermacrine can also be used as a DHT pro-hormone, however its estrogen conversion may prohibit its use in extremely estrogen-sensitive individuals. Boosting DHT levels with AndroHard will offer the following benefits –
Harder Chest (Anti-Gyno) – DHT is known to prevent or even reverse gyno. This has been established in several human studies where almost complete reversal of gyno was seen in as little as 2-3 months in a high percentage of subjects. (2,3)
The anti-gyno effect of DHT is attributed to its ability to lower estrogen by attaching to the aromatase enzyme and preventing the conversion of androgens to estrogen. (17-22) DHT can also directly oppose the action of estrogen at the estrogen receptor (ER). (2,3)
Harder Abs (Enhanced Fat Loss) - DHT administration has been shown to lower body fat in men. (4,5) This can contribute to increased vascularity and definition of the muscles.
AndroHard is known as a “dry” compound, since it can improve the quality and appearance of muscle as it reduces fat and water weight. AndroHard will stack well with nearly any steroid or pro-hormone to reduce bloat and enhance muscle definition.
Harder Erections (Increased Libido) – Multiple studies have demonstrated the positive effect of DHT administration on sexual performance, libido and erection quality. (23-25) AndroHard & Finesteride
A popular drug for men suffering from hair loss is the DHT suppressing drug finesteride (Propecia). Finesteride works by preventing conversion of testosterone to DHT through inhibition of 5a-reduction.
Since AndroHard (androsterone) is already 5a-reduced, finesteride will not prevent DHT conversion, and therefore will offer no protection against androgenic related hair loss.
If you are considering using finesteride for hair loss, insist that your doctor prescribes the lowest dose possible for the desired effects. Some men have been able to successfully use finesteride without noticeable side-effects after finding a balanced dose.
Remember, finesteride can be effective for preventing hair loss, but it is known to cause devastating side-effects associated with suppressing DHT to undesirably low levels. A high number of men who use this drug eventually experience erectile dysfunction, gyno, increased body fat, low libido and a non-existent zest for life – a result of low DHT levels. (26)
Want to discuss this further? Visit our Primordial Health Forum or propeciahelp.com Results from our Testers
“By day three, I was noticing an increase in vascularity. I was seeing veins that I normally don't see, even from past cycles I never saw veins popping out of my shoulders and chest. My endurance drastically increased by day four which made completing my workouts easier.”
“Ive noticed that my pecs feel like slabs of cement. Id flex them before and they weren’t nearly as hard. Everything in general just feels more dense, heavier and stronger than usual.”
Starting weight 260lbs @ %21.2 bf
Ending weight 251lbs @ %18.8 bf
“strength stayed exactly the same - which with how low I was in calories was pretty amazing
great fat loss assistance - It appears to have really helped me cut just fat and retain the muscle”
“If the ancient Farnese Hercules was using steroids, he was probably using AndroHard.”
- Anonymous tester
Testers of our AndroHard reported effects relatively quickly. The first reports appeared within the first 1-2 weeks of using AndroHard, where most users noticed the following effects –
* Enhanced muscle hardness
* More muscular endurance & power
* Increased mental aggression & motivation Continuing to use AndroHard for 4-6 weeks started to produce more pronounced physiological effects, such as –
* 2-3% drop in body fat
* Reduction in subcutaneous water
* Increase in appearance of veins
* Improved muscle density and definition
Getting huge on AndroHard?
Keep in mind, AndroHard is not a bulker or a heavy mass builder. Running AndroHard alone will help you cut away extra fat tissue and water weight. Therefore, it will serve best for cutting or re-composition cycles -- where reducing body fat and maintaining muscle mass is the primary goal.
If you are seeking significant gains in muscle size and mass we recommend stacking AndroHard with a stronger anabolic such as 1-T or our most powerful mass builder Turinabol. AndroHard vs. Dermacrine
Both Dermacrine and AndroHard are safe and natural pro-hormone products to be used alone or stacked with stronger anabolic compounds. In regards to improving strength, lean mass and fat loss both products will offer similar potency. For sexual performance, AndroHard will likely provide stronger effects for most users.
Also, if you are extremely sensitive to estrogen, or you wish to avoid any possible bloat or water retention that Dermacrine may cause, we recommend AndroHard. Guaranteed to Make You Hard
Give AndroHard a try either alone, or in your steroid stack.
Before you start, get your body fat % checked, preferably by someone who knows what they’re doing. Then, check your body fat % again after 4-6 weeks – Then jump on the forum or give us a call and tell us how it worked for you.
If you don’t feel that AndroHard helped you make significant improvements to your physique or sex life, then let us know. If you don’t love it, we will make it right, I guarantee it. Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 5cc (5mL oral syringe)
Servings per container: 50
Amount Per Serving
*Daily Value not established
Liqua-Vade Technology [Distilled water, sorbitan monolaurate, exthoxylated sorbitan trioleate, ethoxylated mono and di-glycerides, ethyl oleate, dimethyl isosorbide, sesame oil, medium chain triglycerides, grape spirits, phospholipid complex (phosphatidylcholine, lysophosphatidylcholine), glyceryl triacetate, tocopheryl acetate, hydroxyproply methylcellulose], juice extract from purple carrot and hibiscus**, malt syrup, natural grape flavor, malic acid, sucralose, trisodium citrate, simethicone, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate.
Contains soy phosphatidylcholine
Version 1 Recommended Use:
As a dietary supplement take one 5mL dose, 2 times daily, with 12 hours between each dose. Shake bottle well before each dose. Take with or without meals.
Do not use this product longer than 6 weeks without 6 weeks off between each cycle.
Product is not recommended for women, elderly, anyone under the age of 18 or anyone diagnosed with a serious health condition including but not limited to cancer, BPH, epilepsy, depression, diabetes, cardiovascular disease or high blood pressure. Always consult your physician before using this product with any over-the-counter or prescription medication.
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