Price: USD 10.00/gram
MOQ: 10 gram
Anavar (Oxanabol), unlike most oral compounds is categorized as a Class I anabolic steroid, most efficiently stacked with Class II compounds such as Dianabol or Anadrol. It adds little if anything to high-dose use of Class I anabolic steroids such as or to high-dose , which is classified as having mixed activity. It can be an aid, albeit an expensive one, to moderate dose testosterone usage.
Anavar is an intriguing drug. It seems to defy the definition and limitations of oral steroids. You have read about its “clean gains” and relative safety. Curiously, it’s so safe that unlike other steroids, which were used for malnutrition and anemia, Anavar was originally prescribed mainly for burn victims. In a randomized, double-blind study, patients with 40% total body surface area burns were selected to receive standard burn care plus oxandrolone, or without oxandrolone. Oxandrolone was used to help regain weight lost after surgery, severe trauma, or chronic infections. Those treated with oxandrolone showed quickened healing, improved body composition, preserved muscle mass and reduced catabolism and consequently lessened hospital stay time.
Oxandrolone is rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, resulting in a maximum plasma concentration between 30 and 90 minutes and a plasma half-life of about 9 hours. Oxandrolone has been given orally in the treat-ment of constitutional delayed growth and puberty in boys. Courses of treatment are short (about 3 to 4 months) because of the risk of epiphyseal closure. Oxandrolone has been prescribed to post-menopausal women in the treatment of osteoporosis. Oxandrolone is also under investigation in the treatment of Turner’s syndrome in girls. As oxandrolone is C17-alpha-alkylated there is the potential for liver damage.