i know that the original was the 5a androst or etiolallocholen and some of the clones like mdrol are the etiocholan or b isomer. anyone tried both and noticed the differences? maybe unreal will drop by with an answer
I know I read something about this a little while ago but can't remember it for the life of me.
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.
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
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.
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
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. "
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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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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.