Anabolic steroids

Masteron’s real name (pharmaceutical name) is Drostanolone Propionate or Enanthate. “Mast,” “Masto,” and “Masterbol,” are all different nicknames used for the drug. Masteron is chemically composed of 2a-methyl-androstan-3-one-17b-ol, and is used by injection.

Masteron is one of the most unique anabolic steroids that’s legal for athletes to use. It was designed in 1959 by a company called Syntax, but the drug wasn’t marketed until around the 1970’s. Masteron was originally developed by Syntax as a drug known as Masteril, an anti-estrogen steroid that was supposed to be used to treat breast cancer. It was used along with the drug SERM (Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator) Tamoxifen (aka Nolvadex), in the treatment process. This went on for about a 20-year period. While the combination of drugs did actually produce some positive results in treating breast cancer, they’re rarely ever used in its treatment now. Instead, Masteron is now one of the go-to steroids for serious athletes like bodybuilders.It is actually considered to be necessary when preparing for bodybuilding competitions, so it sees frequent use in the cutting cycle. This is because of its anti-estrogenic properties, which provide the user with a more sculpted and defined body.
It is actually considered to be necessary when preparing for bodybuilding competitions, so it sees frequent use in the cutting cycle. This is because of its anti-estrogenic properties, which provide the user with a more sculpted and defined body.

There are two types of Masteron: propionate and enanthate. Ethanate originated in underground labs and saw most of its use in the early 2000s. At the time, there was a high demand for the steroid because its propionate counterpart needed to be constantly injected into the body to have lasting effects. Basically, the Masteron enanthate effects last for a longer period than the propionate, meaning fewer needles.

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