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Raw Hormone Muscle Mass Steroids / Safe Muscle Building Steroids CAS 57-85-2

Raw Hormone Muscle Mass Steroids / Safe Muscle Building Steroids CAS 57-85-2
Raw Hormone Muscle Mass Steroids / Safe Muscle Building Steroids CAS 57-85-2

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Product Details:
Place of Origin: Hubei, China
Brand Name: Mking
Certification: ISO9001, SGS
Model Number: CAS 57-85-2
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Grams
Price: Negotiable
Packaging Details: Disguised Package or As Required
Delivery Time: Within 24 Hours
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 1000 Kg Per Month
Detailed Product Description
Appearance: Oily Liquid Full Name: Testosterone Propionate
Standard: USP Injectable: Yes
Type: Raw Hormone Powders Assay: 98%+
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Injectable Fast Muscle Growth Hormone Test Propionate CAS 57-85-2


Testosterone Propionate is the shortest-estered testosterone steroid. It's an injectable compound with a slower rate of release than un-esterified Testosterone, but a faster rate of release than all the rest of esterified testosterones.There are some advantages and disadvantages to the short acting ester. The major disadvantage is that users have to inject Testosterone Propionate at minimum every other day throughout the cycle to get proper results. The advantages, however, are easier control and prevention of potential side effects. Also because there is less ester per vial, there is more actual testosterone per injection, which produces better results. The Propionate ester expands Testosterone's half-life to about 4 and a half days.



Test Propionate Basic Info.


Product Name: testosterone propionate
CAS No.: 57-85-2
Synonyms: Ethylsecodione; Ethyldione; Testosterone-17-propionate; 17-(1-Oxopropoxy)-(17b)-androst-4-en-3-one; TESTOSTERON; PROPIONATE; TESTOSTERON 17-PROPIONATE; TESTOSTERONE 17-PROPIONATE; PROPIONIC ACID (8R,9S,10R,13S,14S,17S)-10,13-DIMETHYL-3-OXO-2,3,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17-TETRADECAHYDRO-1H-CYCLOPENTA[A]PHENANTHREN-17-YL ESTER; 17-(1-oxopropoxy)-(17-beta)-androst-4-en-3-on;
Molecular form: C22H32O3
Molecular weight: 344.49
Appearance: White crystal or white crystalline powder, odourless
Assay %: 98%+
Usage: Anabolic steroid. Androgen. Controlled substance.
Mp: 118-123 °C
Water Solubility <0.1 g/100 mL at 24.5 oC



Performance Testosterone Propionate Doses


For a true anabolic benefit, standard male Testosterone Propionate doses will normally begin at 100mg every other day giving the individual a 350mg per week average. Most healthy adult men should find this to be a very comfortable dosing that is very well-tolerated. Higher Testosterone Propionate doses can be used; it is not uncommon to find plans that call for 150-200mg every other day. However, such Testosterone Propionate doses will increase the risk of side effects, which must be kept in mind. Before such doses are attempted, you must have an understanding of adverse reactions, how to combat them and have some experience with high testosterone levels if you are to remain safe. Side effects can be controlled, but it will take some effort on your part. Testosterone Propionate doses above 200mg per day are rarely needed, but some men will attempt them. Once again, keep in mind this will increase the risk, and in this case, dramatically so. Most men will not need this much testosterone.



Estrogenic Side Effects of Testosterone Propionate


The estrogenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate represent the primary area of concern for many men. The estrogenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate are due to the testosterone hormone interacting with the aromatase enzyme, which causes a conversion of testosterone to estrogen. As estrogen levels rise, this can lead to and promote gynecomastia and water retention. If water retention becomes severe, this can promote high blood pressure. In a therapeutic setting, such as Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), the estrogenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate are possible but extremely easy to avoid. For the performance athlete supplementing with supraphysiological doses, the risk is greater but again avoiding such effects isn’t difficult. In order to avoid the estrogenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate supraphysiological doses will normally need to be accompanied by the use of an anti-estrogen. For the TRT patient, he may or may not need an anti-estrogen; it’s impossible to predict. When choosing an anti-estrogen you have two choices, Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERM’s) like Nolvadex (Tamoxifen Citrate) or Aromatase Inhibitors (AI’s) like Arimidex (Anastrozole). AI’s are the most effective as they will inhibit aromatization thereby lowering serum estrogen levels. Then we have SERM’s and while they won’t inhibit aromatization or lower estrogen levels, they will bind to the estrogen receptors preventing the estrogen hormone from binding. SERM’s can be enough for some men, but many men will need an AI. Unfortunately, AI’s can have a negative affect on cholesterol, particularly HDL cholesterol. Alone they do not appear to have a strong affect, but when conjoined with an AI the suppression of HDL cholesterol can be significant. SERM’s do not have this affect; in fact, SERM’s will promote healthier cholesterol. SERM’s are anti-estrogenic in part but actually act as estrogen in the liver thereby promoting healthier cholesterol levels. It is often said the estrogenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate are less severe than other testosterone compounds, especially water retention. However, testosterone is testosterone regardless of the ester attached. The testosterone hormone does not become active in the body until the ester has been removed. Once the ester is removed, regardless of the ester that was attached, you now have the same testosterone hormone in your body.



Androgenic Side Effects of Testosterone Propionate


The androgenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate are highly unlikely in TRT plans, but can be problematic in sensitive men supplementing with supraphysiological doses. The androgenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate include acne, hair loss and body hair growth. However, they are dependent on genetics. The androgenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate are due to the testosterone hormone being metabolized by the 5-alpha reductase enzyme and reduced to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). If you are predisposed to male pattern baldness this may cause you to lose some hair. You were going to lose your hair with or without testosterone use but use of the exogenous hormone may speed it up. Those who are not predisposed will not be at risk. The same can be said of acne, if you are genetically sensitive to acne you will be the first to have a problem. If you are not sensitive breakouts will rarely occur if they occur at all. If you are sensitive, staying clean and dry at all times will help. Always shower after becoming sweaty, if a shower isn’t possible, change into a clean, dry shirt and shower as soon as you can. Important note – the androgenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate can be combated by the use of a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor like Proscar (Finasteride). Such inhibitors will reduce the androgenicity of the testosterone hormone, not completely but significantly. However, such compounds should not be used unless absolutely necessary as they will weaken the testosterone hormone and carry side effects of their own. The androgenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate can also promote virilization in women. Virilization symptoms include body hair growth, a deepening of the vocal chords and clitoral enlargement. This compound is rarely used clinically in women. Women can suffer from low testosterone, but normally other options are more suitable. In a performance capacity, while exogenous testosterone is normally not recommended, if used this will be the version to go with. Due to the short/small ester, it will be easier to control blood levels, but the risk of virilization is still present and strongly so. If virilization symptoms appear, and they most likely will, if use is discontinued at their onset they will dissipate rapidly. If symptoms occur, are ignored and use continues, the effects may become permanent.




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