What is Turinabol?
A modern, established steroid called Turinabol is actually the younger brother of Methandienone. From a chemical point of view, it differs from the known “methane” in that there is another chlorine atom on the fourth carbon atom. A drug that athletes called “Turik” appeared in Germany in the 1960s. It can also be found in the domestic “Pharma” market under the trade names Turinover, Turanabol, and Turamoth. It was originally used to increase stamina and speed in athletes. Turinabol has been used by other athletes when it has actually been shown to be effective.
Benefits of drugs
Buying Turinabol today means buying a superior drug with 180% anabolic and 50% androgenic effects of testosterone. The duration of the active function of the oral drug form in the body is about 16 hours. The drug has a low conversion to estrogen, has a moderate effect on the action of the hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis, is highly toxic to the liver, and can be detected in blood structures by laboratory tests for up to 250 days. Therefore, competitive athletes cannot “wind”. The Turinabol solo course is suitable for professionals and beginners, even women.
It is recommended to take 20-40 mg of steroids per day to prevent side effects. To reduce the burden on the liver and balance the hormonal background, experts recommend taking the daily dose in three divided doses. Professional bodybuilders often consult their doctor to take 100-159 mg of the drug per day. Athletes, skiers and boxers where endurance is important will need 10-20 mg. A standard stand-alone course does not last more than 6 weeks. “Turik” is often combined with testosterone enanthate to strengthen muscles. In this case, the first steroid is taken at 20 mg daily and the second at 250 mg weekly. PCT is done with estrogen receptor blockers such as tamoxifen.