Chrysin is a naturally occurring extract from the Passiflora coerulea plant. This substance is another testosterone booster that works in a different manner than DHEA, Tribulus Terrestris, etc. This product will minimize the conversion of testosterone to estrogen. This kind of product is known as an anti-aromatase. There are several prescription anti-aromatase agents such as Teslac or Cytadren. This supplements was shown in one study to be nearly as effective as Cytadren. I am a little skeptical of these claims but there is no doubt that it is significantly minimizing testosterone conversion to estrogen. Once estrogen levels get to a certain level in your body it signals the pituitary gland to shut down testosterone production. With a supplement like this your body would increase testosterone naturally. For those that dabble in anabolics that will convert to estrogen it would give you a legal anti-estrogen supplement to battle all of the bad side effects that it causes such as gynocomastia, etc.
dosage of this compound is currently 3 grams per day at 3 different intervals
(morning, noon, and night before bed). There have been no known side
effects with the use of this supplement either. A good supplement formula
containing it is Andro-Shock.