Here you can find range of our Methytestosterone tabs for sale. It has quiet androgenic being than anabolic. One of the oldies but goldies.
Active Life: 6-8 hours
Drug Class: Oral Androgenic/Anabolic Steroid
Average Dosage: Men-25-200 mg daily
Water Retention: Yes
High Blood Pressure: Yes
Liver Toxic: Very
DHT Conversion: Yes, high
Decreases HPTA function: Yes, severe
Andriol and Methyltestosterone are the only oral Testosterone. In the body, the enzyme 5-alpha reductase converts methyltestosterone into the more potent 17-alpha-methyldihydrotestosterone.
This product is essentially aimed to promote strength rather than muscle mass. What is interesting is its ability to aggravate aggressiveness.
This form of testosterone is more easily aromatized to estrogens than the injectable version of Testosterone. As a result, most of the initial weight gains are mainly water weight !
High blood pressure, aggressive behavior, gyno are common.
Methyltestosterone is mostly an androgen. Androgenic side effects are dose dependent and include oily skin, acne, and body/facial hair growth, hair loss, aggressiveness (as far as this is considered as being a negative side effect !).
In women, the unwanted effects include a deepening of the voice, menstrual irregularities and clitoral enlargement.
Finasteride or dutasteride may help to reduce all this to a certain extend.
Methyltestosterone is a c17-a alkylated steroid molecule in order to slow its deactivation by the liver. This however makes methyltestosterone highly toxic to the liver.
Prolonged use may lead to liver damage. This is why, in order to preserve the liver, it is wise to limit the intake of methyltestosterone, but this is true for any c17-alpha alkylated steroids, to 8 weeks.
Hepatotoxicity is low however when taken at a dose of 30 mg daily for 5 weeks.
Of course, as one may expect, Methyltestosterone induces a negative feedback on endogenous testosterone production. It will recover slowly, requiring months unless the recovery is correctly made with the help of HCG ond/or Clomid.