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What's everyone's opinions on this? Is it really good for controlling cortisol?
 

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I've used it stacked with Core Hard and after an 8 week run so some pretty good results.
 
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beta-androstenetriol/b-AET? Tis good stuff especially in a TD.
 
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I'm referring to 5-Etioallocholen-3b,7b,17b-triol. Thats not the same thing, is it?
They are the same. Not sure why someone is using that defunct nomenclature but yeah. I'd go with Invictus over any oral version.
 
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Transdermal "might" be more effective but oral seems to work as well.
 
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Transdermal "might" be more effective but oral seems to work as well.
What is a typical dose for oral administration?

I think with 3 hydroxyl groups hanging out it'll probably be largely conjugated in the gut...
 
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What is a typical dose for oral administration?

I think with 3 hydroxyl groups hanging out it'll probably be largely conjugated in the gut...
The product I'm considering is oral and has 50mg per serving
 
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I was thinking 100mg would be a solid dose oral. It's sold as a standalone.
 
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What's everyone's opinions on this? Is it really good for controlling cortisol?
Haven't used this product to control cortisol. I typically will go with reduce xt by sns when it comes to cortisol supps.
 
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I'm referring to 5-Etioallocholen-3b,7b,17b-triol. Thats not the same thing, is it?
It is. You can substitute "Etioallochol" with "androst" so it's just 5-androsten-3b,7b,17b-triol aka b-AET.
 
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There was another thread recently where someone was discussing how rapidly the body metabolizes AET, this is part of the reason transdermal is likely a superior delivery method...as it buffers delivery over an extended period of time.
 
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There was another thread recently where someone was discussing how rapidly the body metabolizes AET, this is part of the reason transdermal is likely a superior delivery method...as it buffers delivery over an extended period of time.
it is in the category of substances I have used that were unimpressive as oral but really shined as transdermal...formestane and trans res are other examples to name a few.
 
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