Chrysin is a naturally occurring isoflavone that is chemically extracted from the Passiflora coerulea plant.
Scientific studies show that Chrysin may reduce estrogen levels by cutting down on its conversion from testosterone.
This means that if you have elevated testosterone levels, the conversion of testosterone to estrogen may be reduced.
This is especially important to guys who are taking the every growing popular androstenedione (andro). Because
of the risk of aromatization (when our bodies convert testosterone to estrogen) the user may experience feminization
problems such as the growth of female breast tissue when taking androstendione. When taking Chrysin however,
the aromatization is minimized and the side effects are minimal.
The recommended dosages should be around 1-3 grams daily and is best taken before workouts and bedtime.
There have been no reported side effects when taken properly.