Category: Injectable Steroids
Package: 10 ampoules (100mg/ml)
Substance: Drostanolone propionate (Masteron)
Max-Pro is also known as drostanolone propionate. It was first described in 1959. He was used in medicine to treat breast cancer. A very popular measure in the 1970s and 1980s. Currently less frequent. Its main drawback is the short half-life requiring regular injections. Fortunately, there is also an enanthate version – which requires much less frequent use. A short Drostanolone propionate should be administered at least 3 times a week, which is a nuisance. Max-Pro is rather a weak anabolic agent, giving slight increases in muscle mass.
Advantages and disadvantages of Max-Pro
The biggest disadvantages of Max-Pro result from its chemical structure. As a DHT derivative, it intensifies the side effects typical of 5-alpha-reducing agents. Unfortunately, what makes the situation much more serious, Max-Pro itself is a dihydrotestosterone derivative, so finasteride type (5AR inhibitors) will not help here! People who have problems with baldness, prostate, joints – should consider well the use of masteron.
The main advantage of Max-Pro is its low toxicity to the liver, which means that it can be taken longer. There is no gynecomastia or increased pressure. Only acne, oily skin, and increased hair may occur, while the hair falls out of the head.
The masters are used only in the pre-start period, adding it to Boldenon, Winstrol, Testosterone propionate, Parabolan, Oxandrolone, Primobolan. The right combination of funds and a properly balanced diet will increase the quality of muscle tissue.
Typical side effects of using a Max-Pro:
“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. Virilization in women: enlargement of the clitoris, lowering of the voice, facial hair, acne,hematocrit increase – attention: a phenomenon much more severe in men over 60 years of age!
Inhibition of testosterone production in the testes, blocking HPTA axis, effect on LH and FSH, increasing body weight, infertility, temporary or permanent, hair loss, alopecia and other effects typical of DHT derived substances.