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METHASTERONE

  • [SUPERDROL]
  • [METHYLDROSTANOLONE]

(2ALPHA,17ALPHA-DIMETHYL-5ALPHA-ANDROSTAN-17BETA-OL-3-ONE), METHASTERONE; 2ALPHA,17ALPHA-DIMETHYL-17BETA-HYDROXY-5ALPHA-ANDROSTAN-3-ONE

DEA CODE 4000: Schedule 3

Methasterone is one of the most popular and equally controversial steroids. It is used to help people gain lean muscle mass, and is loved by many because of its incredible effectiveness. However, there are drastic side effects that are associated with using the steroid, thus the raging debate on whether using it is advisable at all. Simply put, Methasterone is an oral steroid that primarily focuses on increasing muscle weight in a short period of time. Its bodybuilding qualities far surpassed the amount that it could affect the body's hormones. Its anabolic to androgenic ratio is 400%:20%. The lesser androgenic properties a product has the better it is, since it will not negatively affect the body's hormones.

Initially, the drug could be sold to just about anyone who was interested in gaining muscle by using it. However, with time, the side effects that were associated with the product became too severe for the authorities to turn a blind eye to it. A series of legal battles ensued, with some of the products that contained Methasterone being banned.

Superdrol:
Superdrol is one of the products that are synonymous with Methasterone. For many years, it was the face of Methasterone in the market, until it was banned in the United States in 2012.

Potent:
Methasterone is a potent oral anabolic steroid. Methasterone is a modified form of dihydrotestosterone. It differs by: 1) the addition of a methyl group at carbon 17-alpha, which helps protect the hormone during oral administration, and 2) the introduction of a methyl group at carbon-2 (alpha), which considerably increases the anabolic strength of the steroid by heightening its resistance to metabolism by the 3-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase enzyme in skeletal muscle tissue.

Anabolic-androgenic steroids are synthetically produced versions of the naturally occurring male sex hormone testosterone. The term "anabolic" refers to muscle-building whilst "androgenic" refers to increased male sexual characteristics; "steroids" refer to the class of drug.

Orally active:
It's a very potent steroid that is relatively unique in the fact that it can be absorbed orally - meaning that you don't need to use any needles to experience the benefits. This alone is a game-changer for many people. However, it's important to remember that any form of anabolic-androgenic steroid is not without its risks. Superdrol is believed to be one of the strongest orally active steroids that you can find. This is impressive because it allows for the opportunity to not need an injection to experience the benefits of a steroid. Methasterone has been around since the early 1950s, but it wasn't sold as a prescription drug. This means that it was never officially supposed to be available through the pharmaceutical market. Just because Superdrol wasn't marketed as a pharmaceutical doesn't mean that it wasn't sold, though - it was marketed as a prohormone and dietary supplement. This was back in 2006. The FDA caught on to the misleading advertising - methasterone is neither a prohormone nor a healthy supplement - and the compound was completely banned in 2012. Now it's considered a controlled substance like many other androgenic steroids. Despite its legality, a lot of people are still sourcing the steroids illegally and using it because of its high oral bioavailability. Not only is it illegal, it's also known to cause a number of side effects and be extremely bad for the liver.

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Methasterone resurfaced in 2005 as a "designer steroid". It was brought to market by Designer Supplements as the primary ingredient of a dietary supplement named Superdrol. Its introduction into commerce may have represented an attempted circumvention of the U.S. Anabolic Steroids Control Act of 1990 (along with its 2004 revision), since the law is, in part, drug-specific; methasterone, as is the case with many designer steroids, was not declared a Schedule III class anabolic steroid in that act because it was not commercially available at the time the act, and its subsequent revision, were signed into law. Methasterone was therefore being sold as an over-the-counter dietary supplement.

  
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