PES AnaBeta - Revealed
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06-21-2011, 11:39 AM
Since AnaBeta wont ship till next week will the rest of our orders ship. Or does NP hold the entire order?
06-21-2011, 11:46 AM
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06-21-2011, 12:03 PM
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06-21-2011, 12:12 PM
Ive waited long enough during my lunch break, getting my 4 bottles somewhere else.........Too slow NP!!
06-21-2011, 12:21 PM
06-21-2011, 12:41 PM
Got my 2 bottles, and a T2.. I'm all set. So since 2 bottles will take me almost up to my wedding in cancun, is it cool to go right into AI Perform? Just Sayin lol 11 days in Cancun I may need a little boost
06-21-2011, 12:55 PM
So uhm, yeah......Karma just reminded me why I never order from anyone other than NP. Another site advertised the presale price but charged my card full price. I called, cancelled the order, called NP and Andrew took care of me. Sigh.....lesson learned.
06-21-2011, 12:58 PM
06-21-2011, 02:53 PM
This isn't actually pyrethrin, as in the pyrethroid compounds being present. Unfortunately, as luck (or the lack of it) would have it, even though pyrethroids are not present, the substance was called pyrethrin. Consequently, it's confusing and probably would make for an easy assault by competitors ignoring the truth. An analogy would be like if, in 1876 and 1887, someone examined let's say a lemon or an orange and managed to distill the portion that is responsible for the citrus smell and they called this whole portion which consists of many compounds, "caffeine". Then, 20-30 years later, someone examines coffee and isolates a compound and calls it "caffeine" as well. This creates a situation where people would look into old literature and incorrectly believe that oranges and lemons contain caffeine. See below:
"Pellitory root has been frequently analyzed, and its activity proved to reside in an acrid matter, known as pyrethrin. But this so-called pyrethrin is, in reality, a mixed substance, consisting of a brown acrid resin."
Other studies who are aware of this fact mention the same thing and explain how it came to be called that:
"Alcohol or ether dissolves its active principle.This is claimed by Buchheim (1876) to be an alkaloid, pyrethrine, a body splitting into piperidine and an acid, resembling piperic acid, called pyrethric acid, when treated with alcoholic solution of caustic potash (see Piperinum). The pyrethrin of Thompson (Pharm. Jour. Trans., Vol. XVII, 1887, p. 567) is an ether-extract, composed of acrid fat and resin. This author found the cortical portion of the root to contain 5 per cent of pyrethrin."
So to answer your question cubsfan, there are no such pyrethrin toxins in AnaBeta.
As always, you can trust PES with each step of innovation we make. We take our time with projects and are focused on quality, integrity, and results.
06-21-2011, 02:54 PM
06-21-2011, 02:58 PM
One or more products in your cart are currently oversold. This may delay the shipment of your order.
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