Revivarant to raise testosterone levels
Apr 28, 1999
I have heard of Revivarant enhancing resistance training progress by making the body naturally produce testosterone. Literature on Revivarant statess to take it a bedtime. It also says do not take with other medication. It contains Furanone di-hydro. Is there any truth to the claims? Would this be a way to combat wasting?
Response from Dr. Fisher
Sorry but I have never even heard of revivarant of furanone di-hydro. The only thing I know that raises testosterone levels is testosterone. DHEA or androstenedione (Mark McGuire's favorite "supplement") might raise testosterone levels but only modestly. Alvan Fisher, M.D.
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