There are several different forms of steroid medicines. Those in this category are the injectable form, taken by intramuscular/subcutaneous injections called injectable steroids.
Testosterone is a hormone found in humans, as well as in other animals. The testicles primarily make testosterone in men. Women’s ovaries also make testosterone, though in much smaller amounts.
The production of testosterone starts to increase significantly during puberty, and begins to dip after age 30 or so.
Testosterone is most often associated with sex drive, and plays a vital role in sperm production. It also affects bone and muscle mass, the way men store fat in the body, and even red blood cell production. A man’s testosterone levels can also affect his mood.
Trenbolone is a derivative of Nandrolone (Deca-Durabolin), and alongside Nandrolone, is in the family of anabolic steroids known as 19-nor compounds. This category of 19-nor steroids is named as such due to the fact that these compounds contain a specific alteration at the 19th carbon on the anabolic steroid’s molecular structure. This alteration, which is the removal of the 19th carbon, is not seen in any other anabolic steroid classes. It also contains other alterations in this area that grant it enhanced androgenic strength (its ability to bind at a much greater strength to the androgen receptor), as well as a high degree of resistance to metabolic breakdown within the body.
Equipoise was in fact developed in 1949, even before Dianabol (Methandrostenolone), making Equipoise technically the very first synthetic derivative of Testosterone even before Dianabol was ever thought of. Furthermore, Dianabol itself is actually Equipoise (Boldenone) with a methyl group attached to its 17-beta hydroxyl group on the steroid chemical structure (also known as C17-alpha alkylation) in order to allow it to become orally bioavailable in the body.
Nandrolone was first introduced within the scientific community in 50's, making it among the first handful of pioneer anabolic steroids developed. It was sold commercially under the brand name, Durabolin.
Its origins begin in 1959 when its details were first released in the medical and scientific community. It was Winthrop Laboratories in the UK that marketed Stanozolol on the prescription drug market, and Sterling in the USA ended up buying the patent in 1961 for the US market where it was branded as Winstrol.
Masteron’s details (as Drostanolone) were first released and published in 1959. The origins of this compound are quite interesting, as Syntex had synthesized and developed this anabolic steroid. Syntex was also known for the development of other popular anabolic steroids as well, such as Anadrol and Methyldrostanolone (AKA Superdrol). It would not be until about 10 years later after the publishing of its details that Masteron would finally be released onto the market.
Methenolone was first released back in 1962 under the trade name Nibal (oral) and Nibal Depot (injectable). This was very short-lived in the US market and by the mid-1960s the German company, Schering, owned all of the rights to the Methenolone hormone. Schering then introduced this steroid as Primobolan Depot (injectable). This steroid represents one of the more popular anabolic steroids to the performance enhancement athlete and bodybuilder, thanks to the great Arnold. Primobolan Depot carries one of the highest safety ratings among all anabolic steroids and is considered quite mild; therefore, it is popular not only for use by men, but also by women.
This category brings several blends of all the steroids forms availabe, combined for bulking.
This category brings several blends of all the steroids forms availabe, combined for cutting.