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Ginger Extract doubles Testosterone values in rats: new study

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    I just read about a study done in rats regarding ginger extract. It has an unbelievably high LD50 and is safe even when highly dosed. The rats doubled their T values in 28 days at a dosage of 1gr/kg (don't have the time to convert it).

    So, I guess we'll all be taking ginger extract soon?

    Link to study (disussion is in Dutch, but you can use google translate for those who don't read Dutch):

    ergogenics.org/supplement239.html#1

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    geeeez, here goes the onion thread all over again.. at least ginger taste better than onions i guess..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTransforma View Post
    I just read about a study done in rats regarding ginger extract. It has an unbelievably high LD50 and is safe even when highly dosed. The rats doubled their T values in 28 days at a dosage of 1gr/kg (don't have the time to convert it).

    So, I guess we'll all be taking ginger extract soon?

    Link to study (disussion is in Dutch, but you can use google translate for those who don't read Dutch):

    ergogenics.org/supplement239.html#1
    1g per kilo? That's a heck of a lot of ginger extract!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UKStrength View Post
    1g per kilo? That's a heck of a lot of ginger extract!
    Nah, you need to convert that to human values. Don't have time to do the exact conversion, but you'll probably end up between 4-7 grams/day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zodiiac523 View Post
    geeeez, here goes the onion thread all over again.. at least ginger taste better than onions i guess..
    Ginger, onions, celery, all mixed up in the juicer.
    Would taste awful but be easier than any other form.
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    is there a supplement company out there who is willing to make an methanol extract of the ginger? it does not only raises test levels significantly, but also dramtically raises sperm values.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTransforma View Post
    Nah, you need to convert that to human values. Don't have time to do the exact conversion, but you'll probably end up between 4-7 grams/day.
    In which case that's more achievable.
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