Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

3,4,5-trihydroxystibene

3,4,5-trihydroxystibene is a tough one: I can't find anything on it. Is it a mispelling on 3,4,5-trihydroxystilbene? Or is it a shortened form of /trans-3,4,5-Trihydroxystibene'? Or maybe 3,4,5-trihydroxystibene-3-beta-mono-D-glucoside?

Dunno.

3-4'-5-trihydroxystilbene is also know as Phytoalexin Resveratrol, amd most pf you reading this know what Resveratrol is. If that's what it is, why the hell don't thye just say so? I'm pretty tired of companies using all the different compound nomenclatures for stuff.

Hey dumbass supplement makers: I research everything before I take it. Guess what? If I can't figure out what it is, I don't take it!

If it IS Phytoalexin Resveratrol then it's a compound found largely in the skins of red grapes used in traditional medicine to treat diseases of the blood vessels, heart, and liver. It came to scientific attention during the mid-1990s as a possible explanation for the "French Paradox" - the low incidence of heart disease among the French people, who eat a relatively high-fat diet.

Since then, it has been touted by manufacturers and examined by scientific researchers as an antioxidant, an anti-cancer agent, and a phytoestrogen.

Epidemiologic studies can find associations between the consumption of foods or dietary supplements and various health outcomes. Animal experiments can demonstrate what can happen in the species tested. However, only human clinical trials can determine whether supplementation is useful for humans. Resveratrol has not been tested in clinical trials, and most clinical trials of other antioxidants have failed to demonstrate the benefits suggested by preliminary studies.
Supplements with this ingredient:
Testavate 500 (Test Boosters/Hormone Regulation)

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