You’re right about the tabs.
the issue is that if someone purchases “Tamoxifen Citrate” powder they need to take this into account to ensure accurate dosing as they need to dose themselves 30mg of TC to get 20mg of nolvadex.
Yes, I see what you are saying, however this is useless information as just about every drug has a binding chemical. many use citrate. This is how they are administered, there are standard dosing protocols, and the amount of active ingredient in each tablet is not considered, as dosing administered per amount of std tablet for the most part. For example, someone is going to get 20mg of nolvadex, not 20 and 2/5th of a tab to make up for the fact that not all of the formula is active.
This is straight out of the FDA brochure on Nolvadex (I think they probably know what they’re talking about)
Sorry, P#22 I wasn’t specific enough. Yes tamoxifen and nolvadex are the same thing but you do need to account for the citrate part of the molecule if you’re dosing “tamoxifen citrate” rather than just “tamoxifen”.