Hyperdrol is a sports supplement made by anabolic Xtreme. It was a mix of some natural plant extracts, along with a unique, totally synthetic steroid called 6-Bromo-androstenedione. The new version removes the 6-Bromo-Androstendione component and has D-aspartic acid and some other plant extracts.
6-Bromo-androstenedione is an anti-aromatase/anti-estrogen with some very unique properties. Like other steroidal anti-estrogens, this product is very potent and causes a boost in testosterone via the shut down of the testosterone to estrogen conversion pathway.
6-Bromo-androstenedione was probably the most advanced estrogen suppression agent since it contained both 6-alpha and 6-beta isomers of the steroid. This was unique because the 6-alpha isomer was found to be a suicide inhibitor of aromatase (meaning it knocked out the enzyme completely, destroying it) and the 6-Beta form was a competitive inhibitor (meaning it temporarily deactivated the enzyme).
This mixture of isomers made the product very potent at suppressing estrogen without having the negative side effects of ATD. Additionally, it was thought that 6-Bromo could have some anabolic activity on it’s own, but this is very unlikely and even so the activity would be very mild.
6-Bromo-androstenedione is 100% synthetic and not at all natural, which makes it an illegal steroid by the FDA’s definition of dietary supplements. You can still find this steroid around, but it’s mostly in very horrible mixes that don’t have any science behind them.
The current Hyperdrol Extreme contains: D-Aspartic acid, Trigonella foenum-graecum seed extract (standardized to 50% Fenuside Saponins), Coleus forskohlii extract (standardized to 20% Forskolin), 7-Methoxyflavone.
These ingredients help boost testosterone and reduce estrogen but have none of the prohormone/steroidal activity of the original. Still, it’s not a bad formula and does contain some interesting ingredients like Forskolin and 7-MethoxyFlavone.