If marijuana inhibits DHT binding with androgen receptors, wouldn't it inhibit growth
I recently observed this study, http://endo.endojournals.org/cgi/co…tract/107/3/848
I’m not too intelligent science wise, but what this study seems to say is that marijuana greatly inhibits DHT binding with Androgen receptors. I came across it by reading a thread on a random site trying to claim marijuana would stop hair loss by inhibiting the DHT binding with the receptors on the scalp. Can anyone understand the numbers in the study and vouch that this is an accurate conclusion to make of it, and wouldn’t this mean that smoking would greatly inhibit penis growth, especially before 21, being that the DHT reacting with the receptors in the penis are what causes it to grow?