Best T3 Currently Available?

Discussion in 'Supplements, Pharmaceutical Drugs' started by cyclops, Nov 27, 2017.

  1. cyclops

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    Anyone have an opinion on what the best T3 currently available is? Cytomel? Does anyone thing Tyronene is just as good or better? Maybe something else?
     
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    Writing something here in order to bring this post back to the top of the forum.
     
  3. ddjd

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    tyronene definitely works and i like that its clean from all the fillers in tablet versions
     
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    Ray Peat has talked about using Cynomel / Cynoplus.
     
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    haiduts products work very well, ordering is easy and safe.
     
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    Thanks, has anyone out there tried both Tryonene and Cytomel? Im wondering if someone can give an informed comparison?
     
  7. jitsmonkey

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    I've used both Tyronene and Cynomel
    I've had a much more consistent experience with Cynomel.
     
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    IME generic U.S./Canadian cytomel (liothryonine, such as SigmaPharm and Paddock) works best, and brand name Cytomel works OK. Differing from Dr. Peat, I have not found the Mexico-sourced Cynomel to be very good, though a previous formulation seemed good years ago. I have tried many different forms, including ones mentioned here, compounded T3 and “long acting” T3, and various international sources. I have not seen clear positive results from topical applications of T3, though I remain hopeful.
     
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