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Everything You Need to Know About Turinabol

Turinabol, commonly known as ‘Tbol’ or oral Turinabol is an anabolic steroid derived by combining the chemical structures of Dianabol and Clostebol. It was first manufactured by a pharmaceutical company in East Germany named Jenapharm in the year 1962. Earlier it was used in the medical world to treat certain chronic diseases. It was also used to increase bone strength and mass. Once very popular among athletes and bodybuilders, this steroid was banned and its production discontinued. Though still popular among masses, Turinabol does not produce estrogenic side effects.

Compared to other steroids, Turinabol is considered to be a weak anabolic steroid. An anabolic steroid is a compound which acts like the natural hormone, testosterone in your body. Testosterone is responsible for major physical changes during adolescence and puberty. Intake of anabolic steroids enhances the function of testosterone in your body. Due to this reason, it is only suitable for you if you want a slow and steady body mass gain. Like other drugs, Turinabol gives better results when stacked with other steroids. The most commonly stacked drugs are Sustanon 250, Testosterone enathlate and Deca-durabolin. Best results are usually observed after 4-5 weeks.

Turinabol is generally used to achieve lean muscle gain and extensively used to enhance the performance of athletes

One of the biggest advantages of Turinabol is that it is hard to be detected in doping tests due to its fast rate of excretion from the body. For this reason, athletes who have to face regular doping tests find it convenient to use.

Dosage:

Turinabol is generally recommended to be taken at 5-10 mg per day. For women, the prescribed dose is 1-2.5mg per day.

If you are a beginner, your daily dosage of Turinabol would be recommended at 30-40 mg per day.If you are an intermediate user, you would be advised to intake 50-80 mg on a daily basis. For professional athletes or bodybuilders, the recommended dosage would be 8-100 mg per day.

However pregnant women and lactating mothers need to consult their physician before taking Turinabol.

Overuse:

Unlike other steroids, Turinabol does not produce estrogenic side effects hence considered a safe option for women. It does not disturb the natural estrogen level in your body.

Though it has a weaker androgenic strength, Turinabol, if taken in higher doses than recommended can cause androgenic symptoms like acne, aggression etc.

Like any other anabolic steroids, Turinabol also affects the testosterone production in your body. Overuse of Turinabol can affect the normal functioning of liver, kidney and also affect cholesterol levels in your body.

Turinabol, if continued beyond a cycle period of 6-8 weeks can cause side effects like high blood pressure, thickening of the artery which may lead to serious heart ailments in future.

Availability:

Turinabol banned a long time ago has been out of production in almost all pharmaceutical laboratories. However, you may be able to find them in several underground manufacturing laboratories and online selling platforms. You should be careful while purchasing it. Due to its rare availability, it runs several risks such as mislabelling or you might end up buying under-dosed, poor-quality fake products.