Unanswered Hexadrone

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Considering Pre’s hexadrone. Any thoughts on this? Seems like 100mg for 6 weeks would be good for a cut. Looking to cut fat/gain muscle. Stack with dmz?
 
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its the proper isomer. I have researched it. I think it depends on your level of experience, but that dose may be a little low.. more so i guess, depending on your expectations. I gave my mice up to 600 mgs per day. At its best its an endurance powerhouse. I also still prefer good old epi to cut with. at 40 mgs and up you can build strength and mass on it while in a deficit. Hex will not provide you what epi will in those regards.
 
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I doubt there is a true alpha version. The racemate is probably the best you could hope to obtain. Still, both forms likely have decent anti-estrogenic properties by separate mechanisms, so at least you have that going for you, maybe. :)
 
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I doubt there is a true alpha version. The racemate is probably the best you could hope to obtain. Still, both forms likely have decent anti-estrogenic properties by separate mechanisms, so at least you have that going for you, maybe. :)
Do my eyes deceive me or is it really you?!

I was thinking of researching this and felt that the price was good for the dose but haven’t pulled the trigger yet.
 
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Do my eyes deceive me or is it really you?!

I was thinking of researching this and felt that the price was good for the dose but haven’t pulled the trigger yet.
Well, it's been a few years, figured I better check in on you guys. :)

I haven't tried any Hex lately, didn't even know it was still available, but I remember stacking it with something wet and liking what it added.
 

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its the proper isomer. I have researched it. I think it depends on your level of experience, but that dose may be a little low.. more so i guess, depending on your expectations. I gave my mice up to 600 mgs per day. At its best its an endurance powerhouse. I also still prefer good old epi to cut with. at 40 mgs and up you can build strength and mass on it while in a deficit. Hex will not provide you what epi will in those regards.
So realistically speaking its not 'Halodrol' like gains as some stuff on the internet suggests. Would it be more like weaker epi??
 
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in my research. some people respond to differently to stuff. but i felt it was quite mild.
 
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So realistically speaking its not 'Halodrol' like gains as some stuff on the internet suggests. Would it be more like weaker epi??
Definitely not like Halodrol. Very mild and a good hardener. Mass gains are not going to blow you away.
 

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I doubt there is a true alpha version. The racemate is probably the best you could hope to obtain. Still, both forms likely have decent anti-estrogenic properties by separate mechanisms, so at least you have that going for you, maybe. :)

I dont think racemate applies here. Racemate refers to right and left hand enantiomers. 6a and 6b do not refer to either R or L enantiomer. The 6a and 6b designators refer to different molecular positioning.
 
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I dont think racemate applies here. Racemate refers to right and left hand enantiomers. 6a and 6b do not refer to either R or L enantiomer. The 6a and 6b designators refer to different molecular positioning.
There are necessarily enatiomers present (as you already conceded mentioning the a/b configuration) and it's almost always a serious consideration regarding steroid potency, but you are correct that I used an erroneous term. I suppose it's technically a positional isomer.
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I dont think racemate applies here. Racemate refers to right and left hand enantiomers. 6a and 6b do not refer to either R or L enantiomer. The 6a and 6b designators refer to different molecular positioning.
There are necessarily enatiomers present (as you already conceded mentioning the a/b configuration) and it's almost always a serious consideration regarding steroid potency, but you are correct that I used the term erroneously. I don't think it's a positional isomer either, if that's what you're suggesting. It's technically a cis/trans isomer isn't it?
 

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