Hey Cy, what is your opinion of combining the old T2 with HOT-ROX? I got the idea from reading a HOT-ROX thread and I think you approved the notion of combining T4 with HOT-ROX for those who have a T4 prescription. It would make an awesome addition to HOT-ROX with the gel technology and all, IMO.
Next question, why is the T2 still being sold by one of your competitors when the FDA came down so hard and fast on Biotest when it was introduced? I am just curious and confused as to the how and why is all, thank you.[/quote]
I’ve actually gone over, long, long ago, in previous threads that HOT-ROX and T3, T2, etc., are best not used concurrently, in euthyroid individuals. In those who are hypothyroid already, I didn’t see the problem. In those that are euthyroid, however, HOT-ROX is best used after a period of exogenous thyroid hormone supplementation (i.e., “cycle”) has ceased, in order to regain a euthyroid state more quickly and lessen any potential gain in fat mass.
To the best of my knowledge, T2 is still not to be sold as a dietary supplement, and I was not aware that anyone was attempting to continue to sell it. Are you sure it’s 3,5-diiodo-L-thyronine that this other company is selling?