Even if it i actual 4AD, which I doubt it is, the best use for it is transdermally. The oral availability of 4AD is very poor and requires about 1g/day.Originally Posted by FlexfxI got an email from a retailer that i have purchased from before stating:
"Ahhh...The good old days. When Andro ruled the world. Ergopharm's Androdiol, VPX's Paradeca and 4-Test, Biotest's Mag-10, AST's 4-Diol 250. What did all these have in common? They all contained the first legal anabolic that was at the core of the prohormone revolution, 4-Androstenediol. The mother of all prohormones that directly converted to testosterone in the body. Well, they came and went and we've been starving for this androgenic/anabolic replacement ever since...
The wait is finally over! Advanced Muscle Science has reproduced this formula to pefection in a perfectly legal and safer of a compound than its predecessors. The product is called 4-AD and has a higher conversion efficiency to testosterone than the older andros. Better yet, the main ingredient is found naturally in several tissues of the body and does not convert to estrogen or DHT."
Anyhow....looked up the product and here are the specs:
4-AD Ingredients: Diandrone Ethyl Ester (150mg), Beta Sitosterol (100mg), Quercetin (50mg), ), 1,4,6 etioallocholan-dione (3mg) 4-AD Other Ingredients:Pyrolsate acetate, gelatin, magnesium stearate, silica.
4-AD Recommended Use: As a dietary supplement, take one (1) to three (3) capsules per day in divided doses with food. Use in cycles of 4 to 6 weeks. Do not exceed three (3) capsules per day.
My question is based on the specs does this product have any legitimacy or is it just a clever way of marketing?
Thanks in advance.