7, 8 benzoflavone cancerous?

  1. 7, 8 benzoflavone cancerous?


    has anyone heard this?


  2. like this?..

    http://www.topformsecrets.com/2008/1...cinogenic.html

    as in sustain alpha...i wanna know too
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  3. "In some cases 7,8-Benzoflavone reduces cancer, but in others (such as when it is applied topically with benzo(a)pyrene) it increases cancer.2"


    So don't consume benzopyrene.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by bioman View Post
    "In some cases 7,8-Benzoflavone reduces cancer, but in others (such as when it is applied topically with benzo(a)pyrene) it increases cancer.2"


    So don't consume benzopyrene.
    Roger that.
    ~ Nothing can kill the Grimace!!



  5. How about sublingual application?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by bioman View Post
    "In some cases 7,8-Benzoflavone reduces cancer, but in others (such as when it is applied topically with benzo(a)pyrene) it increases cancer.2"


    So don't consume benzopyrene.
    Exactly.

    ben·zo·py·rene (bnz-prn, -p-rn)
    n.
    A yellow, crystalline, aromatic hydrocarbon that is a carcinogen found in coal tar and cigarette smoke.

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  7. so not a good idea to take sustain alpha? clarification please. thanks

  8. Bump for more

  9. Quote Originally Posted by steam View Post
    like this?..

    http://www.topformsecrets.com/2008/1...cinogenic.html

    as in sustain alpha...i wanna know too
    That is the only place that eroneously identifies 7,8-benzoflavone as a cancer causing substance. Ive tried contacting the writer of that blog without success, to point out the misrepresentation of 7,8-benzoflavone.

    Ive also already addressed it here –


    If you follow the same line of thought that the author of that blog does, then resveratrol, quercetin, or any other naturally occurring polyphenol/flavone would be a carcinogen too. (which is obscene)

    Basically, 7,8-Benzoflavone not a carcinogen.

    -Eric

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Primordial Perf View Post
    That is the only place that eroneously identifies 7,8-benzoflavone as a cancer causing substance. Ive tried contacting the writer of that blog without success, to point out the misrepresentation of 7,8-benzoflavone.

    Ive also already addressed it here –

    If you follow the same line of thought that the author of that blog does, then resveratrol, quercetin, or any other naturally occurring polyphenol/flavone would be a carcinogen too. (which is obscene)

    Basically, 7,8-Benzoflavone not a carcinogen.

    -Eric
    Thanks for clearing that up.

  11. Yes, I appreciate that also Eric. I know you wouldnt use anything overtly harmful. The problem is there were 9 refs to studies. There is always contradictory studies like this with any popular supplement. Anything can be harmful with excessive amounts. JMO

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Primordial Perf View Post
    That is the only place that eroneously identifies 7,8-benzoflavone as a cancer causing substance. Ive tried contacting the writer of that blog without success, to point out the misrepresentation of 7,8-benzoflavone.

    Ive also already addressed it here –

    If you follow the same line of thought that the author of that blog does, then resveratrol, quercetin, or any other naturally occurring polyphenol/flavone would be a carcinogen too. (which is obscene)

    Basically, 7,8-Benzoflavone not a carcinogen.

    -Eric
    yes, thank you for clearing that up. Sustain Alpha is great, and I really looking forward to the oral since I can't take the transdermal version because of skin rashes.
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