Category: Oral steroids
Package: 10 mg/tab. (50 tab.)
Turinabol Hubei (also known by the name: turanabol, turamoth, turanabol, turian, turinabolos, turvanobar, oral turbine, Oral Tbol) is an oral anabolic and androgenic drug (AAS) based on chlorodegromethyltestosterone (4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone). The pharmacological activity and molecular structure of turinabol is very similar to that of methandienone (in fact, it is a derivative of this substance), corrected for the presence of an additional CHLORINE atom. Roughly speaking, this drug is somewhere between methandrostenolone and closterbol. Tbol has a high anabolics 10th edition anabolic and moderate androgenic activity (50% of testosterone). The clear advantage of turinabol over other common anabolic steroids is the relatively low toxic effect on the liver (compared to the same methandienone) and the lack of aromatization in estrogens (in most cases).
In fact, oral turbanabol can be called a “light version” of methandenone, which does not have significant side effects. At the same time, the drug remains effective enough to achieve a variety of goals: from a set of muscle mass and increased strength indicators – to burning fat and increasing the relief of muscles. The drug is considered a good choice for those who are just starting their way of applying sports pharmacology. In connection with the formation of long-lived fat soluble decay products, turinabol has been found in the blood for a long time (about 9 months), therefore, its use is not recommended in the period of preparation for the competition. The structure of Turinabol Hubei is quite simple. The compound of simple testosterone with the addition of a double bond of carbon atoms, which, in turn, changes the anabolic and androgen ratio (anabolic index) in favor of anabolic. In addition, CO2 is added to the chlorine group, which inhibits (reduces the rate of chemical reaction) the hormone from aromatization, in addition, reducing its androgenic nature. Final changes occur when a methyl group is added at the position of the 17th carbon atom, which protects the integrity of the hormone when administered orally (taking drugs through the mouth).