Monday 30, Jul 2012
Anadrol is an artificial anabolic steroid ointment that is suggested to professional sportsmen, especially those into weight training and bodybuilding, as it is one of the best steroids and does not cause adverse reactions.
Also known as Oxymetholone (A50 or A-bombs), Anadrol is suggested by doctors to cure sufferers with brittle bones and anemia and provide comfort to undernourished or underdeveloped patients. Anadrol is also recommended to individuals suffering with bone marrow failure as the drug can significantly improve the production and urinary secretion of erythropoietin (EPO).
This Schedule III drug has the chemical name of 17ß-hydroxy-2-(hydroxymethylene)-17-methyl-5a-androstan-3-one and has the molecular formula of C21H32O3. Its active ingredients include the steroid oxymetholone and inactive ingredients include lactose, povideone, starch, and magnesium stearate. Anadrol has an active life of nearly 14-16 hours and can be detected over a period of 6-8 weeks. The anabolic steroid has the anabolic/androgenic ratio of 320:45 and has the melting point of 178° to 180°C. This DHT-derived compound is not a progestin or a compound with progestenic activity.
Anadrol, the 17-Alpha-Alkylated anabolic steroid ointment, is second to none when it comes to promoting body strength, muscle function, muscle size, muscle definition, and appetite. Moreover to all these benefits, Anadrol is also valuable to enhance lean muscle mass, protein synthesis, nitrogen retention, aggression, and performance in as short as six to eight weeks. Anadrol use is also associated with an enhancement in the count of red blood cells and stamina improvements.
Anadrol must be stored at a controlled room temperature of 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F) with excursions permitted to 15° to 30°C (59° to 86°F) to maintain its shelf life and efficacy and should be guarded against unauthorized use, direct light, heat, and moisture.
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