|Anti-Aromatase System from PBL
If you are supplementing with prohormones and
you are concerned about estrogenic side-effects, AAS may be the
answer for you.
Laboratories (PBL) is an up-and-coming supplement company that has
quickly gained a reputation for producing high-quality products
that get results.
One of PBL’s hottest offerings to date is their widely
popular Anti-Aromatase System (AAS). In particular, AAS has become
the supplement of choice for prohormone users concerned with
AAS is marketed as the most innovative anticatabolic and
anti-aromatase formula ever developed. It contains 1000 mgs of the
chrysin and additional ingredients including: L-Glutamine,
L-Taurine, Lysophosphatidyl Choline, and Vanadyl Sulfate.
Chrysin has been shown to lower estrogen levels and boost natural
testosterone synthesis which is why many people using prohormones
consider it a “must-have” supplement.
And as we found out in our discussions with PBL, in addition to
being designed to prevent natural testosterone from being converted
to estrogen in the human body, AAS is also designed to aid in the
support of androgen production.
Q. What does AAS contain?
A. AAS contains the powerful isoflavone Chrysin
(5,7-dihydroxyflavone), L- Glutamine, Lysophosphatidyl Choline,
L-Taurine and Vanadyl Sulfate.
Q. What is chrysin and what does it do?
A. Chrysin is actually a phytochemical which is naturally found in
the plant Passiflora coerulea. Chrysin's chemical name is
5,7-dyhydroxyflavone, and has been referred to as Flavone X.
Studies have indicated that Chrysin has anti-estrogenic properties
and may even support androgen production.
Q. Why should someone use an Anti-Aromatase?
A. Athletes are always looking for ways to support androgen
production, especially testosterone. Many athletes have used
popular hormonal precursors such as Androstenedione,
Norandrostenedione, 5-Androstenediol, 4-Androstenediol, and DHEA.
Other athletes have used anabolic steroids to enhance their levels
of testosterone. The problem is these powerful hormonal substances
convert to estrogen and inhibit the output of testosterone. Once
testosterone is converted to estrogen, it is no longer beneficial
for enhancing muscle. Research has shown that Chrysin literally
blocks the aromatization of testosterone to estrogen.
Q. How does chrysin compare to a pharmaceutical Anti-Aromatase?
A. In one study, Chrysin was compared to the powerful
anti-estrogenic drug Cytadren. Chrysin, surprisingly performed very
well compared to Cytadren. This study is important due to the fact
that Cytadren has shown the ability to inhibit estrogen production
by up to 92%. In addition, serum testosterone levels increased by
300% and 500%.
Q. How about real-world experiences? What have users reported from
supplementing with AAS?
A. Users have reported a definite hardening of the physique in as
little as one month. Other users have reported increases in the
effectiveness of hormonal precursors such as Androstenedione,
Norandrostene and 5-Androdiol. Finally, users have reported that
they do not hold as much water when taking AAS.
Special thanks to PBL for providing UMN with the scoop on AAS.
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