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Drostanolone Propionate 10ml

Chemical Name: Drostanolone Propionate

Dosage: 100mg/ml x 10ml multi doses vial and 100ml/ml x 1ml Single dose ampoule

Tritasterone propionate basic information

Androgen Index 25-40

Anabolic Index 62-130

Estrogenic activity None

Low progesterone activity (no study data)

Common trade names Masteril, Drolban, Mastabol, Drostanolone, Drostopro. Drostanolonum, Mast-100, Mastebolin, Mast-Depot, P-Drostanolon, Mastabolic, Masagen, Mastblood, Masterone, Nomasteron, Remastril

Introduction to Tritasterone Propionate:

The most common trade name for Tritasterone propionate is Drostanolone propionate, which is a unique anabolic steroid derived from DHT (dihydrotestosterone), which is altered by adding a methyl group to carbon 2. This can be passed through skeletal muscle The 3-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase found in 3-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase protects the hormone from metabolic breakdown, and this structural change gives tripasterone a greatly increased anabolic property, making it a significantly more potent booster than the unmethylated version of tripasterone. The growth of muscle tissue forms its unique style. Tritasterone propionate is very popular in bodybuilding; most of the time, it is often used for athletes preparing for competition, off-season for dimension gain, and even as an (anti-estrogen) aromatase inhibitor (AI), propionate Tritasterone is a great choice for athletes preparing for competition because it works synergistically to control estrogen levels and the body's water storage during the cycle.

Tritasterone Propionate History:

Tritasterone propionate was first developed in 1959 by Syntex along with other well-known steroids, along with Anadrol and methyldrostanolone (Superdrol), also in the same paper for the first time describe. About a decade later, tricasterone propionate was introduced as a prescription drug product. Lilly entered into an agreement with Syntex to share certain R&D expenses in exchange for the right to market the results of that research. As such, Lilly will market Tritasterone Propionate in the U.S. under the Drolban brand name, while Syntex will sell/license in other markets. Products include Masteron in Belgium (Sarva-Syntex) and Portugal (Cilag), Masteril in England and Bulgaria and Metormon in Spain, in popular formulations such as Permastril (Cassenne, France), Mastisol (Shionogi, Japan) and Masterid (Grunenthal, as such). Tritasterone propionate is also found in .

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved tricasterone propionate for the treatment of inoperable advanced breast cancer in postmenopausal women, the primary clinical indication for tricasterone in all international markets. Prescribing literature reminds physicians and female patients that the use of triclosan propionate is much less masculinizing than equal doses of testosterone propionate, which is a good for androgen-sensitive patients Alternative medicine. Nonetheless, the given dose level of tricasterone (300mg per week) is relatively high, and the literature also reminds us that mild virilizing symptoms such as deepening of the voice, acne, facial hair growth and clitoral enlargement still frequently occur.

Tritasterone propionate was very popular among athletes in the 1970s and 80s, while its performance in the medical market was short-lived and not so satisfying, and it wasn't long before manufacturers began voluntarily discontinuing it in various markets Tritasterone propionate is marketed, possibly due to the advent of more effective breast cancer treatments and the slow decline in steroid prescriptions during this treatment phase. One of the first to be discontinued was the Drolban in the US, which was eliminated from the market in the late 1980s. Permastril and Metormon were also quickly eliminated. The last remaining western formulation containing tricasterone propionate was Masteron from Belgium, which disappeared in the late 1990s. Tritasterone propionate is still listed in the US Pharmacopoeia to this day.

Common product specifications of Tritasterone Propionate:

Tritasterone is no longer produced as a prescription drug preparation, it is all produced in the laboratory, and the common packaging and specifications are loaded in 1ml and 2,1 ampoules and 10ml vials, and the common contents are: 75mg/ml, 100mg/ml

Tritasterone Propionate Structural Characteristics:

Tritasterone (English name Drostanolone, also known as dromostanolone) is a modified form of dihydrotestosterone. It differs by the introduction of a methyl group at carbon-2(α), which significantly increases the anabolic intensity of steroids by increasing its metabolic resistance to 3-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase in skeletal muscle tissue. Tritasterone propionate is a modified form of tripasterone in which the propionate ester has been attached to the 17-beta hydroxyl group. Esterified steroids are less polar than free steroids and are absorbed more slowly from the injection area. Once in the bloodstream, the ester is removed to yield free (active) tricasterone. Esterified steroids are designed to prolong the therapeutic effect window after administration and are injected relatively less frequently than free (unesterified) steroids. The half-life of Tritasterone propionate after injection is about half a day. The cycle type is usually scheduled to be injected once a day or every other day. Drostanolone Enanthate is also available in some brands. Tritasterone enanthate does not need to be injected. Injected often, but it's a bit rare compared to the propionic acid version. The majority of all tricasterone on the market is tricasterone propionate.

Pharmacokinetics of Tritasterone Propionate

Bioavailability Oral: 0-2%, Injection: 100%

Metabolic pathway Liver

Half-life intramuscular injection: 0.8 days

Excretion route Urine

Tritasterone propionate is still effective by the oral route, but has very low activity, almost no activity, so it must be administered by intramuscular injection

Tritasterone Propionate Functional Properties:

On a functional basis, Tritasterone is known for being the only anabolic steroid with strong anti-estrogenic properties. Not only does this steroid have no estrogenic activity, but it actually acts as an anti-estrogen. This is why it is effective in treating breast cancer. In fact, the combination of tripasterone and tamoxifen (Nolvadex) is often used in the medical field to treat inoperable breast cancer in postmenopausal women. This also makes it a popular steroid among bodybuilders, which is also very popular in fat loss cycles due to the visual muscle-hardening effect it can provide.

Tritasterone has relatively low anabolic and androgenic ratings; however, these ratings are somewhat misleading. It is important to remember that the basal DHT of tripasterone has a stronger binding affinity for the androgen receptor, while DHT has five times the androgenic index of testosterone. These characteristics allow tricasterone to promote a leaner appearance in fat loss and also aid in fat loss. Most all anabolic steroids are known to increase metabolic rate, but strong androgens have a tendency to directly promote lipolysis.

As an anabolic steroid, tricasterone is not known for promoting muscle mass gain. It has never been used in the medical field to treat muscle wasting and is almost always found in the preparation plans of athletes who are preparing for competition. At the same time, tricasterone can promote a significant increase in strength, which is also true for some athletes who are prone to strength. very attractive. All of these features make the effects of tricasterone great in a fat loss cycle, however, in order to really appreciate the effects, users need to be very low in body fat. This is why tricasterone is most commonly seen at the end of the prep cycle, when the individual should already be fairly lean. Using tricasterone will help him lose the last bit of fat, and it will also ensure that his physique is as tough as possible. For those bodybuilders who are not competitive with high body fat, the effect of using tricasterone may not be so significant. The best stage of using tricasterone is when the body fat is below 10%. At this time you can A significant effect of tricasterone was seen.

Tritasterone Propionate Side Effects: Estrogen

Tritasterone is not aromatized by the body, and it does not have any progestin properties, making it impossible for this steroid to have estrogenic side effects. This means you don't have to worry about nipple feminization and water storage, and you don't have to worry about a host of side effects from high estrogen levels. Due to the use of this steroid, anti-estrogens are not required; as mentioned above, it can produce anti-estrogenic effects on its own. However, depending on the user's actual cycle schedule, anti-estrogens may be required.

Tritasterone Propionate Side Effects: Androgens

Because Tritasterone is a DHT derivative, it has certain androgenic activity that may cause accelerated growth including acne, hereditary hair loss and body hair growth. Thankfully, tricasterone has moderate levels of total androgenic activity, even though it is a direct derivative of the potent androgen DHT. However, the actual use of the situation will vary according to each person's physical differences in sensitivity. Tritasterone's effect on hereditary hair loss is more pronounced than other steroids because it is a DHT derivative. One more important point; Tritasterone is not metabolized by 5-alpha reductase, the enzyme responsible for converting testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. Because tripasterone itself is DHT, it also does not need to be converted, which means that the androgenic properties of tripasterone are not strongly affected by 5-alpha reductase inhibitors such as finasteride. Due to its androgenic properties, Tritasterone produces virilizing symptoms in female users. Virilization symptoms can include body hair growth, deepening of the vocal cords, and an enlarged clitoris, but tricasterone is not recommended for female athletes. If it is used and related symptoms start to appear, stop immediately as hormone levels in the body drop, allowing the side effects to gradually go away. If symptoms are ignored, it is likely to become an irreversible condition.

Tritasterone Propionate Side Effects: Cardiovascular

Tritasterone can have a significant effect on cholesterol. This results in an increase in LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol), and a decrease in HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol), but the overall effect of triclosan propionate on cholesterol will not be like that of many oral steroids, especially C17-alpha alkylated steroids as strong as is commonly seen in . However, the overall effect on cholesterol levels will be stronger compared to nandrolone or testosterone. It's also possible that tripasterone has a slight negative effect on blood pressure, but it's not a problem for most people.

Due to the cholesterol effects of tripasterone, you should not use this anabolic steroid if you already have high cholesterol. If you're healthy enough, it's important to maintain a cardiovascular-friendly lifestyle, with a diet high in omega fatty acids, saturated fats, and simple sugars, with plenty of aerobic exercise also recommended.

Tritasterone propionate side effects: Inhibition of native testosterone secretion

Tritasterone will significantly inhibit the production of natural testosterone, and it is important to use exogenous testosterone at the same time as Tritasterone. Not using exogenous testosterone will result in low testosterone symptoms in most people, which is not only accompanied by many symptoms but is also very unhealthy.

Since most people will use tripasterone in their fat loss cycle, high doses of testosterone are usually not used because testosterone can cause high levels of estrogen. If this is the case, a low dose of testosterone of 100-200mg per week is sufficient to combat suppression and provide the body with the testosterone it needs.

Once all steroids are discontinued and metabolized by the body, the body's natural production of testosterone will begin again. Returning to previous levels usually takes several months. Because recovery is slow, a PCT program will usually begin after steroid use ends. Although, PCT will not bring your levels back to their peaks, it will still take time, but a PCT program will ensure that you have enough testosterone to maintain normal physical function while significantly reducing overall recovery time.

Tritasterone Propionate Side Effects: Hepatotoxicity

Tritasterone is not a hepatotoxic anabolic androgenic steroid and does not stress or damage the liver.

Dosage of Tritasterone Propionate

The standard tripasterone dose for adult men is usually in the range of 300-400 mg per week. Typically, this means 100mg injections every other day, and most people will schedule tricasterone use for a total of 6-8 weeks. In medical use for the treatment of female breast cancer, a standard dose requires 100 mg three times a week for 8-12 weeks. This often results in symptoms of virilization that may be difficult to reverse. However, even that is better than cancer. For female athletes, a weekly dose of 50 mg should be more than sufficient for 4-6 weeks in total. Some women can use doses closer to 100 mg per week if they tolerate androgens well. Doses in this range should be manageable for most women, but individual sensitivities must be kept in mind. Doses over 100 mg per week or over 4-6 weeks of use are likely to produce androgenic symptoms to some extent.

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