Gonadin is a chemical for optimizing endogenous steroid synthesis. One of its ingredients – phytol – has been shown in scientific studied to both promote the synthesis of steroids from endogenous precursors like cholesterol, as well as potentially inhibit aromatase and thus lower estrogen synthesis. Phytol has also been shown to possess a variety of other beneficial effects in animal (and some human) studies including restoring mitochondrial function in aged organisms, lowering cholesterol levels and triglycerides, protection from radiation-induced injury and immunosuppression, improvement of bile acid synthesis, antimicrobial, cytotoxic, antitumorous, antimutagenic, anti-teratogenic, antibiotic-chemotherapeutic, antidiabetic, lipid lowering, antispasmodic, anticonvulsant, antinociceptive, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic, antidepressant, immunoadjuvancy, hair growth facilitator, hair fall defense and antidandruff activities, etc. Its other 3 ingredients – methyl palmitate, methyl oleate, and diosgenin – have been shown to increase androgens levels in both serum and muscle. Thus, the combination of the four (4) ingredients may help increase endogenous synthesis of androgens (and possibly progesterone as well) while simultaneously decreasing estrogen.
Units per container: about 30
Unit size: 8 drops
Each unit contains the following ingredients: