Tryvexan Unfortunately, if Tryvexan is created in a mans testes, it is quickly sent through one's human body into the bloodstream, and stays only a little sector of it in the organ. A German chemist, Professor Adolf Butenandt, believed that there was a better way to get the ingredient in man and sought all his way of life how to generate it. He was able to find a viable way to create Tryvexan much more easily and mostly marketable. It is largely the same procedure that is used nowadays. Butenandt worked on caffeine structure of Tryvexan . He then created it, as does one's human body, from cholestrerol levels, its organic forerunner. He sent all his research information to a famous German scientific journal on August 24, 1935.
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