Manufacturer: BRITISH DRAGON
Category: Injectable steroids
Substance: trenbolone hexahydrobenzylcarbonate
Package: 100 mg/ml (10 ml)
We recognize these three types of trenbolone, which differ in half-life, that is:
1.Trenbolone acetate (short half-life)
2.Trenbolone enanthate (long half-life)
3.Trenbolone hexahydrobenzylcarbonate / cyclohexylmethylcarbonate (a slightly longer half-life than enathate)
Trenabol Depot 100 has been used by veterinarians on animals to increase muscle growth and appetite.
It shows strong anabolic and androgenic action, which is supplemented by pronounced lipotropic effects. It causes an increase in strength without excessive weight gain, which means that it almost does not hold water in the body, its special feature is that it burns fats at the same time, while simultaneously creating a large, strong and hard muscles. It promotes protein synthesis.
As for side effects, androgenic problems are commonplace – acne, headaches, enormous aggression and mood swings, testicular atrophy, hair loss, prostate enlargement. Relatively strongly affects the production of testosterone itself, which can lead to sexual dysfunction. Other side effects include insomnia nutritional supplements and night sweats. It is classified as high-toxic. Trebonbolone has a high level of damage to the kidneys (beware of severe dark urine, blood in urine, or kidney sting). Therefore, it is necessary to take enough fluids (3 to 5 liters per day). It is also worth mentioning that the enormous kidney damage has not been demonstrated, so it can also be a myth. The solubility of trenbolone acetate in vegetable oil is 50 mg / ml. When benzyl alcohol trenabol is used to increase solubility, its concentration can be increased to 75-100 mg / ml. A drawback of more than 50 mg / 1 ml is a frequent short-term cough that lasts about 1 minute after the injection.
Trenabol Depot 100 has a long half-live, ie over 14 days. Therefore, it is usually dosed once a week from 200-600mg, and extremes are known to be 1400mg weekly. It is dosed at 6-8 weeks, extremes are known at 12 weeks or more.