T Nation

ecdysterone

I don’t know if Randy was thinking of Bill Phillips or me (not someone I’m flattered to be confused with if that were the case) but as I recall, what I said about ecdysterone was not that I had observed it didn’t work, or it was proven that it didn’t work, but that the burden of proof was on the product to perform. A burden which, if it works, will eventually be
met from the positive experiences of a lot
of people (if just a few, then even HMB, boron,
or smilax qualify); or if it doesn’t, won’t.