A common clinical dose of Oral Turinabol is estimated to be 5 mg per day; actual prescribing guidelines are unavailable. In the athletic arena, an effective oral daily dosage falls in the range of 15-40 mg, taken in cycles lasting no more than 6-8 weeks to minimize hepatotoxicity. This level is sufficient for measurable increases in lean muscle mass and strength. This agent is most often applied as a pre-contest or cutting steroid for bodybuilding purposes, and is not viewed as an ideal bulking agent due to its lack of estrogenicity. Athletes in sports where speed tends to be a primary focus also find strong favor in chlorodehydromethyltestosterone, obtaining a strong anabolic benefit without having to carry around any extra water or fat weight.
Hello guys i'm new on here just joined T Nation because it seems to have so much more useful and well informed information on the do's and dont's when it comes to taking oral supplements that boost your testosterone level and increase muscle mass, suffice it to say for obvious reasons because of my age my testosterone level has kind of flatlined for want of a better way of putting it...LOL, anyway i have heard a lot of chatter lately about something called T Bol being a great muscle and strength enhancer so i took the liberty of sending off for 200 tabs for a trial test run along with 100 anavar tabs 50mg in strength which i took 75mg in the morning and 75mg in the evening which boosted my lifts, anyway my point is, is T Bol worth the trip using these to build muscle mass whilst keeping the fluid retention to a minimum and increasing the vascularity and definition, I know that anavar does this anyway but i thought why not stack them both and see what happens where my lifts are concerned, anyway guys your feedback would be greatly appreciated on the issue of this T Bol that i am quite keen to try out, yours respectfully Martin
Turinabol, or to use its proper name, Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone, was originally developed in the early 1960’s by an East-German company, Jenapharm. Used extensively by East German athletes it propelled them on the world stage to rival superpowers USA and Russia in the seventies and eighties. In 2005 the company was forced to contribute $ to a fund to compensate former athletes forced to dope, many suffering life changing physiological issues. With the collapse of the eastern bloc, and more modern anti doping methods Turinabol gradually fell out of fashion (despite its relatively short detection window) and officially is no longer manufactured despite being widely available.