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Biotest Supp Question. . .

It might be dumb, but I was thinking about what the numbering scheme is for some of the Biotest supps. You have Methoxy-7 (old), MAG-10 (slightly less old), Carbolin-19 (brand spanking new). I was wondering if the numbers refer to the product number in the chronology of the Biotest line.
Just a thought.

[quote]jodgey wrote:
It might be dumb, but I was thinking about what the numbering scheme is for some of the Biotest supps. You have Methoxy-7 (old), MAG-10 (slightly less old), Carbolin-19 (brand spanking new). I was wondering if the numbers refer to the product number in the chronology of the Biotest line.
Just a thought. [/quote]

With respect to the 7 and the 19, these have to do with specific nomenclature of the compound therein.

To illustrate Cy’s point, the active ingredient in Methoxy-7:
7-hydroxy-5-methyl-3-phenylchromone propylcarbonate

7-hydroxy-5-methyl…

nuts. Thought I was onto something. Oh well, back to teh dunce corner. Someone throw a spitball at me.