Category: Oral Steroids
Package: 10 capsules/BOX
Substance: Prohormone

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Dimethazine, also known as mebolazine, is a potent oral anabolic steroid derived from dihydrotestosterone. The dimetazine molecule is unique in structure and consists of two molecules of methyl-drostanolone, connected by an azine bridge. In the human body, the connection is broken and the free methyl-drostanolone enters the bloodstream. Dimethazine is a strong anabolic steroid, with moderate androgenicity, but without noticeable estrogenicity or progestagenicity.

What is Dimethazine?

I imagine the is a type dimetazin that can be formulated using Azine Bond technologies. Now, when it was released on iForce Nutrition in the regular market in 2009, Italian nutritional supplements researchers discovered 1962 oral insulinic steroid spheres and discussed in medical literature but did not get much attention from time to time. Other names for this prohormone include Mebolazine, Roxilon, Mebalozine and Dimethazine. Half-life time: 96-95, and 10 to 16 hours: according to medical reports, it has an intracellular / androgenic ratio of 210.

While the full scientific name Dimethazine has some evidence, there is a 17-beta-hydroxy-2-alpha, 17 beta-diameter -5 a-LFA-androstan-3-onazin to point out that there are 2,17-dimethyl-5 in androstane-17-tarro broccoli Found 3,3′-azine. A very close resemblance to the prohormone hypothesis metasteron when it is thoroughly studied, which is active ingredient in the inhibitor steroid Superdrol.

Reception of dimetazine

The effective dose of dimetazine to improve physical fitness for men is in the range of 10-20 mg per day, not more than 6-8 weeks in a row. This level gives a noticeable increase in muscles and is accompanied by burning fat and improving the drawing. Higher doses give more stress to the liver.

The effective dose of dimetazine to improve the physical form of women is in the range of 2.5 mg per day, no more than 4-6 weeks in a row, in order to minimize the chance of virilization.

Typical side effects of Dimethazine

Liver toxicity, even in short cycles and small doses, jaundice, cholestasis, kidney damage. “Drying” of joints, due to lack of aromatization, risk of injury, change in blood lipid profile, increase in LDL, drop in HDL, risk for the heart and circulatory system. Hematocrit increase, inhibition of testosterone production in the testes, blocking HPTA axis, effect on LH and FSH, increasing body weight, infertility, temporary or permanent, acne, oily skin, hair loss, baldness.

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