I don’t really understand this product…
I kind of stopped reading after they stated that it actually increases the number of androgen receptors in the body, I mean I really don’t see how that is possible.
I mean part of what makes the pros the pro’s is that they are more sensitive to androgens. They have more receptor sites for the testosterone or whatever androgen to bind to, and that’s a genetic thing.
I’m not sure how an OTC product can manipulate that variable to any significant degree.[/quote]
That’s an irrational attitude. You can’t discover the truth about how things affect a biological system by reasoning. These are empirical questions.
“Genetics” is not a fixed program that runs without inputs. Many, many, MANY molecules that occur in foods, plants, and synthesized drugs turn genes off or on. Every single meal you eat expresses certain genes and inhibits others.
New molecules or new understanding of their effects get discovered, so it is irrational to say that an OTC product can’t do X. That’s like saying, “If you want a new book, you have to drive to a library or bookstore, you can’t just press a button and have it magically appear on an electronic device like a Kindle, that’s just not possible.”
A person with “genetically” low adrenaline production might discover that a cup of coffee each morning boosts his adrenaline level to equal another person’s “natural” production. Or someone whose blood clots excessively might take aspirin daily to have his blood clotting factors act like a healthier person’s “genetic” or “natural” clotting factors. So what?