Tesla Pharmacy Oxymetholone 50mg/tab 50tab
Oxymetholone (also known as anadrol,A-drol, or just Drol) is one of the most mysterious of all steroids. It was released in the U.S. Back in 1960 to treat anemia - which in itself is weird since anemia was all but non existent by that time in most developed countries. (And B12 and iron supplementation worked fine is most cases). Then again, it was originally developed by Syntex, a Mexican company so that may explain the need for a medication to counteract malnutrition. Equally odd is that it's derivative of DHT so it does not aromatize, yet, it can cause gynecomastia and bloating. It was once thought that the affliction was progesterone related but oxymetholone isn't a progestin either, nor does it have any progestenic activity. (One theory is that the chemical itself somehow activates estrogen receptors). Also unusual is its dose - a whopping 50mgs per pill. This has led to the reputation that oxymetholone is the strongest oral steroid available. In reality, it's the strongest DOSED oral steroid available. The truth is, oxymetholone doesn't bind very well to the androgen receptor which is most likely the reason it has such a high dosage. It needs to be high in order to be effective. Oxymetholone is also considered highly toxic but that too may be due to the dosage more than anything else. When these drugs were being tested they were using recommend dosages. Compare one oxymetholone tab to a single stanozolol or oxandrolone tab, which came in doses of 2.5 or 10 mgs each and it's no wonder oxymetholone came off as more toxic per dose. Therefore, oxymetholone tabs are often referred to as a A-bombs. Since it's a medication used to treat anemia, one of oxymetholone main component is the ability to increase red blood cell count. This leads to increased strength though increased blood volume, but also to water retention. This increase in fluids in part, also contributes to the extraordinary leaps in strength. The more water you hold, the greater the hydraulic strength, plus, the more your joints are lubricated the more "padding" it receives when undergoing extreme stress.