question about the different sd isomers
- 10-30-2009, 11:34 PM
- 10-30-2009, 11:38 PM
- 10-31-2009, 01:34 AM
your thinking about the difference between MDROL and PPLEX, or superdrol, and phera, as they have the same exact make up except the A and B isomers.
10-31-2009, 11:24 AM
not true. phera is 2-ene. while sd is not . lemme post exactly what i am talking about to make it clearer for every one.
Real superdrol nomenclature
which can also be written as this
MDROL and some other clone nomenclature
NOTICE THAT THE ETIOCHOLAN = 5b-androst = 'b skeleton' or 'b isomer'
and the ETIOALLOCHOLAN = 5a-androst = 'a skeleton' or 'a isomer
and the difference here is that phera is not DIMETHYL and it has the 2-ene
10-31-2009, 11:59 AM
Very interesting...I have 3 different versions of S-Drol: 2 with the 2a,17a-dimethyl-etiocholan-3-one-17b-ol structure (I Force, Methadrol, CEL, M-Drol), and 1 with the
2a,17a-dimethyl-5a-androst-3-one-17b-ol structure (Proven Products, P-Drol--at 12 mg./cap!).
If the P-Drol turns out to be real original S-Drol I'll kick myself in the ass for not buying more before they quit producing--especially considering the potency and price.
10-31-2009, 12:24 PM
10-31-2009, 06:18 PM
its not a misprint or spelling error like im trying to tell everyone who doesnt kno already there are two isomers of superdrol the A and B. i tried to outline it but let me reiterate etiocholan is the b isomer that is found in clones like mdrol. ok now original AX SD said masteron or whatever but if u can dig up old COA for it u can see that its nomenclature will be spelled out with either etiolallocholan or 5a-androst. UNREAL HELP US OUT IM SURE U KNOW THE ANSWERS UR THE SD KING
10-31-2009, 09:02 PM
there are some threads on this subject if you look for them.
here, i did the searching for you. i want to call you a bad name for not searching, but posting up a thread, but it's halloween, here's your treat.
posted from a thread from allinboard:
The original superdrol, was hydrogenated Anadrol/ methylated Masteron, which (under the same nomeclature) would look like this:
If you buy a bottle of M-Drol, the compound listed on the label should read:
That would be the beta isomer. It's not as anabolic, but also less harsh on your system."
"etioallcholane = 5-alpha-androstane
etiocholane = 5-beta-androstane
I know, it's tough to notice the difference between the two. Essentially, the 5-beta-androstane looks like a 5-alpha that someone stepped on. It's kinda smushed. "
Olympus Labs Rep in the UK ;)
10-31-2009, 09:45 PM
According to CEL, their compound is not another isomer. Rather, the naming convention on the label was inherited from... AX i believe? The reason being that the AX stuff had tested the same as the real original (DS i believe) and so was an established standard. There's some old posts about it.
All I can say is that I'm using SD-1 and it's
and it's GOOD.
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10-31-2009, 09:49 PM
ok thanks for clearing that up i guess i was right in thinking that the a isomer is the better one and i was right it seems. the main reason for asking was because i have a few bottles of sdrol and i noticed the differences in nomenclature and being somewhat educated in chem i knew there was a difference. im interested to see differences in gains versus sides and whatnot when i run the two different isomers.
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