$60.00 – $195.00
Oxandrolone is a 17-alpha-alkylated oral anabolic steroid. Oxandrolone has an excellent myotrophic activity index of 3.2 and a low androgenic activity index of 0.2. At low doses, Oxandrolone will not cause suppression of endogenous testosterone production and does not aromatize to estrogen.
Oxandrolone was approved for treating alcoholic hepatitis, Turner’s syndrome, and weight loss caused by HIV. In addition, the drug has shown positive results in treating anemia and hereditary angioedema and for preserving muscle mass in burns patients. Oxandronolne also has been used with good success for idiopathic muscle mass loss and osteoporosis. At low dose (5-10mg), Oxandrolone binds weakly to androgen receptors and therefore can be used by woman and does not cause virilisation.
Oxandrolone is an excellent compound for females and pre competition body builders requiring advanced skin conditioning. As a muscle building drug for men, its relatively useless – a far better option in that regard is either Tbol or Superdrol, which are considered to be ‘Anavar for men’. However, its worth noting the two particularly superb effects of Oxandrolone, first is the positive effects it has on the rejuvenation of the skin, wound healing, stretch mark reduction and burns treatment and the second its role in post cycle AAS therapy since it offers no aromatisation and is weak enough not interfere with the bodies testosterone recovery.
Anavar is available is four (4) variants; 60 capsules per pouch: Anavar 10mg, Anavar 25mg, Anavar 50mg, Anavar 100mg.
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Dosage and administration:
Half life 8 hours
10-200mg per day or as required
Average Cycle Length: Any length – there are no side effects, aromatisation or toxicity with this compound
Anabolic #: 322
Androgenic #: 630:24
Oral Bioavailability: Estimated at 97%
CAS Name: (5a,17b)-17-Hydroxy-17-methyl-2-oxaandrostan-3-one
Synonyms: The female steroid, Var, Annies, Anavar
Known or suspected carcinoma of the prostate or the male breast.
Carcinoma of the breast in females with hypercalcemia (androgenic anabolic steroids may stimulate osteolytic bone resorption). Pregnancy.
Hepatic: Cholestatic jaundice. Hepatocellular neoplasms and peliosis hepatis with long-term therapy. Reversible changes in liver function tests also occur. In females: Clitoral enlargement, menstrual irregularities.