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    do all methylated orals have the same liver toxicity? or does it depend on the compound/amount taken or other things?


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    no depends on the compound. for example...m-drol has a much higher toxicity than say h-drol or epi/havoc. phera compounds can be high also. and the original M1T was even higher in toxicity than superdrol i believe.

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    Big difference...for example M-drol and other superdrol clones are very very harsh on your liver where things like Epistane are not near as hard on it.
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    why exactly is it harsher on your liver does anyone know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chize View Post
    why exactly is it harsher on your liver does anyone know?
    out of what compounds? examples?

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    oh just why would superdrol be more toxic than say epistane mg to mg?

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    because m-drol is a steroid. it is just a very harsh compound all around in general. i think it has to do with where the carbon atoms and methylated structures are in the make up but i am not 100% on that

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    It has to do with the steroids individual affinity for glucuronyl transferase. Glucuronyl transferase converts the steroid to a glucoronide metabolite that's toxic to the liver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space View Post
    It has to do with the steroids individual affinity for glucuronyl transferase. Glucuronyl transferase converts the steroid to a glucoronide metabolite that's toxic to the liver.
    thanks!! thats the answer i was looking for

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