Although I am usually not inclined to posit speculations on why a particular drug does or doesn't do something, in this case I will. Im guessing that the higher doses of Anadrol cause enough appetite suppression (at least anecdotally) to make eating rather difficult. It can also increase insulin resistance and glucose intolerance (5). This has the effect of making macronutrient absorption more inefficient, and could also be a factor in reducing gains when the dosage goes over 100mgs/day. Unfortunately, Anadrol also has a reasonably profound effect on your body's natural hormonal system, on par with most other oral steroids , but not as bad as most injectables, and its certainly not as harsh on your lipid profile as many anabolics are
(-)-(1'R)-2-methyl-4-(2',2',3'- trimethyl-3'-cyclopenten-1'-yl) -4-penten-1-al - possesses an unexpected odor in view of the prior knowledge regarding the odor properties of campholenic aldehyde derivatives. It develops a woody-sandalwood type odor note, slightly aldehydic, which is more reminiscent of the cedar-pine odor connotation than of the sandalwood type one, which note is combined with a distinct marine, ozone character. The latter is reinforced in the bottom note, which is strongly ozone-marine-like, recalling the odor of seaweeds. In addition, the odor of this compound has a good strength and tenacity.
In those children with allergy causing the eczema, they will usually get rashes or more extensive eczema soon after eating a particular food or drinking milk (in the case of babies). If you notice this, remove that food from your child's diet ( if you have a baby, this will need to be done under supervision with an appropriate other formula ). If there is a marked improvement on removal of the suspected food, then the food may have been the cause - cautious reintroduction of the food after 3-4 weeks will enable you to be sure. If on reintroduction of the food, the skin remains clear, the food can continue in the diet. If the skin flares up again, that food needs to be removed from the diet. In those toddlers who do have an allergy to a food causing eczema, a trial of reintroduction can be made in 6 - 12 months time as many children will grow out of these allergies.