Testosterone No Ester, TNE, Suspension Testosterone

Testosterone No Ester, TNE, Suspension Testosterone
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  • Testosterone No Ester, TNE, Suspension Testosterone

Half I +/- 24 hours

ABOUT: The oldest anabolic steroid ever developed. It is just testosterone powder suspended in water. It has a well-deserved reputation for producing rapid increases in strength and size. DOSAGE AND APPLICATION: 10Omg injected, on average, per day. PRACTICAL USE: Produces rapid gains in size and strength.

Converts to oestrogen and dihydrotestosterone, so side effects can include gynecomastia, acne, oily skin, hair loss and the inhibition of the body’s natural production of testosterone.

In women, severe virilisation (development of male sexual charatceristics) can occur.

FACTS

  • Iso known as: Femara
  • Non-steroidal aromatase inhibitor
  • Half life: 2-4 days

ABOUT: A type II (non-steroidal) third generation aromatase inhibitor. It attaches to the aromatase enzyme and prevents it from converting androgens to oestrogen, making it a powerful aromatase inhibitor. DOSAGE AND APPLICATION: 100-500mcg taken for up to 60 days to get a steady blood plasma level.

In a study, just twenty micrograms of Letro was enough to reduce oestrogen levels by roughly a third, while 100mcg was potent enough to lower oestrogen by about half.

PRACTICAL USE: Eliminate water retention and excess oestrogen.

Can cause reductions in oestrogen to levels that are too low to function properly, which may result in severe immune suppression, joint injury and hormonal imbalances, among others.

SYNTHETIC GROWTH HORMONE

FACTS

  • so known a Growth hormone 1
  • 22kDa isomer of a protein-based 191-amino acid singlechain polypeptide hormone

ABOUT: The injectable compound is technically rhGH – GH produced by recombinant DNA (rDNA) technology. It increases circulating insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-I) and also causes the synthesis of IGF-I in most non-hepatic tissues, including muscle. This is thought to be a major contributor to its anabolic effect as IGF-I has a profound anabolic effect on protein metabolism – it inhibits whole body protein breakdown and simultaneously stimulates protein synthesis.

DOSAGE AND APPLICATION: 1 -2iu/day for women or 4-8iu/day in male bodybuilders, used with a dosing schedule of one day on, one day off (1 /1), 5/2 or every day use.

PRACTICAL USE: Increases strength and lean body mass, while decreasing body fat. GH administration can also have beneficial effects on tendon and joint repair.

Potential side effects include nerve, muscle, or joint pain, fluid build up in tissue (edema), carpal tunnel syndrome, numbness and tingling of the skin, high cholesterol and it may contribute to the growth of cancerous tumors.

A survey conducted in 2013, and released by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids in 2014, found that 7% of students from grades 9 to 12 acknowledged they took steroids at

some point, an increase from 5% in 2012. The number of high schoolers surveyed who said they used synthetic human growth hormone more than doubled from 2012 to 2013, increasing from five to 11%.

TESTING FOR

While it has traditionally been difficult to test for the use of synthetic GH as it is difficult to distinguish between synthetic and natural GH, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has been working on two suitable forms of detection. The first form, in use in some form since the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, is the isoforms test. It measures the ratio of the different types of growth hormone, including those naturally produced by the body and forms that can be produced both by the body and synthetically. If someone is using synthetic GH, the latter part of the ratio increases. The other test, which is in the final stages of redevelopment after being briefly introduced at the 2012 London Olympics, is the  Biomarkers Test.

GRASSROOTS TESTING

Draft amendments to the South African Schools Act currently before parliament, driven by the Basic Education Department and the Department of Sport and Recreation, could make South Africa the first country in the world to allow random steroid testing of minors in schools. The draft legislation also proposes recommended sanctions for those caught using steroids and banned stimulants, which can include life-time bans.

TESTING FOR IIGil

While it has traditionally been difficult to test for the use of synthetic GH as it is difficult to distinguish between synthetic and natural GH, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has been working on two suitable forms of detection. The first form, in use in some form since the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, is the isoforms test. It measures the ratio of the different types of growth hormone, including those naturally produced by the body and forms that can be produced both by the body and synthetically. If someone is using synthetic GH, the latter part of the ratio increases. The other test, which is in the final stages of redevelopment after being briefly introduced at the 2012 London Olympics, is the hGH Biomarkers Test.

GRASSROOTS TESTING

Draft amendments to the South African Schools Act currently before parliament, driven by the Basic Education Department and the Department of Sport and Recreation, could make South Africa the first country in the world to allow random steroid testing of minors in schools. The draft legislation also proposes recommended sanctions for those caught using steroids and banned stimulants, which can include life-time bans.

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