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Rus Bio - Methandienone
(also known as Methandrostenolone, Dbol, Dianabol) is an orally-effective anabolic steroid originally developed in Germany.
It also has the effect of decreasing the steroid's affinity for sex hormone binding globulin. As a result, Methandrostenolone is significantly more active than an equivalent quantity of Testosterone, resulting in rapid growth of muscle tissue. However, the concomitant elevation in estrogen levels - a result of the aromatization of Methandrostenolone - results in significant water retention. Hence, do not forget to perform blood works and use an aromatase inhibitor.
In summary, this is a potent tool for quick gains or retaining gains when used properly and safely.
Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianobol) History and Overview
Dianabol, known by its scientific and chemical name as Methandrostenolone (and/or Methandienone), is the most popular and widely utilized anabolic steroid by bodybuilders and athletes today. It gained its popularity in the late 1950s and throughout the “Golden Era of Bodybuilding” of the 1960s and 1970s. Methandrostenolone was introduced to the pharmaceutical and medical community by Dr. John Ziegler in the mid-1950s as an American response to the Soviet use of Testosterone in their Olympic athletes. Dr. Ziegler and his team created Methandrostenolone as a result, which was then introduced to the prescription market under the trade name of Dianabol by the Ciba pharmaceutical company. It was the first orally active anabolic steroid to be synthesized and sold on the prescription market.
Dianabol possesses a half-life of 4.5 – 6 hours, contains a moderate level of Estrogenic effects in the body, and has less of a rate of conversion into a stronger androgenic metabolite via the 5-alpha reductase enzyme. It is for these reasons that Rus Bio Dianabol tends to be favored by bodybuilders and athletes in the quest for mass and strength above all else.
The Effects of Rus Bio Methandienone
Rus Bio - Methandienone (Dianabol) does succumb to some limitations of its own, with the first being its C17-Alpha Alkylated property. As previously mentioned, C17-Alpha Alkylation allows an anabolic steroid to become orally active and bioavailable – without it, the anabolic steroid would not survive liver metabolism. However, the negative downside in this case is that of increased hepatotoxicity (increased liver toxicity). C17-Alpha Alkylation allows an anabolic steroid to become more resistant to hepatic breakdown, and any compound that is further resistant to hepatic breakdown with always have greater hepatotoxicity associated with it. As a result, it is a smart choice to run Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol) for periods no greater than 4-6 weeks at any given time in a cycle. This is to ensure healthy liver function, and for proper liver recovery following the cycle. It is because of the risk of hepatotoxicity that Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol) main function in a cycle is to serve as a supportive kickstarting compound. Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol), normaly oral anabolic steroid, should ever be run solitarily on its own. Testosterone in some form no lower than a TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) dose should always be run with an oral anabolic steroid such as Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol).
Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol) contains moderate Estrogenic activity and is a compound that is exposed to aromatization by the aromatase enzyme, which is the enzyme responsible for converting androgens into Estrogen. This is why Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol) is commonly known for its Estrogenic side effects of water retention, risk of gynecomastia, elevated blood pressure (often as a result of water retention), and possible fat retention/gain due to Estrogen. It has been mentioned already that Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol) expresses far less androgenic strength and activity than does Testosterone, but it is important to understand that androgen-related side effects and issues are still a concern with Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol), although they are not as pronounced as Testosterone. Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol) possesses an androgenic rating of 40-60, and when compared to Testosterone’s androgenic rating of 100, we can see there is quite a significant reduction – however, the risk of androgenic side effects can still be prominent especially in those individuals sensitive to androgenic side effects. Androgenic side effects can include: increased risk for male pattern baldness (MPB) if the individual possesses the genetic trait responsible for it, increased sebum secretion (oily skin) and associated acne, and increased facial hair and bodily hair growth. In addition, the 5-Alpha Reductase enzyme which is the enzyme responsible for converting Testosterone into the much stronger androgen Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) does also interact with Rus Bio Methandienone (Dianabol). In this case, Dihydrotestosterone is not created but instead Dianabol’s own more androgenic metabolite is the result. A positive note on this issue, however, is that Dianabol possesses a lower binding affinity for the 5-Alpha Reductase enzyme.
|Dosage||Men 150-350 mg/week|
|Active half-life||5 - 6 hours|