Bodybuilding Supplement Testosterone Anabolic Steroid Methyltestosterone 58-18-4
1.Alias:Mesterone; Andrometh; 17-Methyl Testosterone; Nu-man; Testoviron;Metandren
3.Assay: 99% min.
4.Packing: foil bag or tin.
7.Molecular Weight: 302.45
8.Delivery: Express courier.
9.Character: White crystalline powder
11.refractive index +69-+75°.
12..Usage: treat lack of testosterone in men, and treats breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
|Molecular Weight||302.45||Assay||99% min|
|Customized||Non-Customized||Character||White Crystalline Powder|
17-Methyltestosterone for Men:
To treat androgen insufficiency,prescribing guidelines call for a daily dosage of 10-40 mg.When used for physique- or performance-enhancing purposes,a daily dosage of 10-50 mg is most commonly used,taken in cycles lasting no more than 6-8 weeks in length.
17-Methyltestosterone For Women:
17-Methyltestosterone is generally not recommended for women for physique- or performance-enhancing purposes due to its strong androgenic nature and tendency to produce virilizing side effects.
Methyltestosterone is one of the more unique testosterone compounds on the market. In fact, while varying testosterone compounds all carry a bit of a unique nature, in truth most are fairly identical outside of Methyltestosterone. Methyltestosterone’s lacking anabolic power, higher translatable androgenicity and estrogen traits alone make it unique. When we consider its C17-aa nature, this truly separates if from most testosterone compounds.
While Methyltestosterone is a bit unique in nature, it is also a bit unique in use. While there is a performance purpose for some most will find there are far better options when we examine effectiveness. As a medicinal testosterone, for the male patient, while effective it will often be found lacking compared to most testosterone compounds. Most men will be far more pleased with injectable testosterone or testosterone gels, and in some cases, testosterone implant pellets. The only true benefit of this hormonal compound appears to be in female use to combat the effects of menopause, but even then only when used in low doses with esterified estrogen. It does appear to hold a lot of potential in this category of use and may become a regular part in many female hormone replacement therapy plans. However, in the modern age it is far from the only option and as this field of medicine continues to grow it too may become obsolete in the near future
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