Active substance: methyldrostanolone
Methyldrostanolone known as metasteron, is a powerful oral steroid, which was never marketed as a prescription drug. But for a brief period it was produced by an American company and sold as a sport supplement. Structurally it is a close derivative of Drostanolone (Masteron). The only difference is the addition of a C-17 alpha-methylated structure which gives it a great oral bioavailability. Masteron and Superdrol can be compared. None of them aromatize and both have favorable anabolic-androgenic ratios. Superdrol is ahead of Masteron, being 4 times more anabolic than methyltestosterone and having only 20% of his androgenicity.
Methyldrostanolone is appreciated by athletes and bodybuilders for its mild anabolic effects which are accompanied by fat loss and minimal androgenic side effects. Methyldrostanolone was first discovered in 1959 by the pharmaceutical company Syntex. It was never produced as a prescription drug in its original form. It was sold as a hormonal drug, made up of two molecules of methyldrostanolone linked together, with the name of dimethazine. So even if it was not sold in its normal form, was used to create hormonal drugs.
In 2005 it appeared on the US market as a legal sports supplement, who could be bought without a prescription. It was included in the gray area of prohormones (many sold prohormones being anabolic steroids). No State or Federal laws identify this drug as an anabolic steroid, which remove the legalities associated with being a Class III controlled substance like other steroids. This is simply due to the fact that methyldrostanolone was not in commerce at the time such laws were written, and was unknown to law'makers. It was never legal to sell as a dietary supplement, however, and in late 2005 the FDA angrily acknowledged methyldrostanolone was being sold on the sports supplement market. In early 2006, the FDA sent letters to the manufacturer and a distributor demanding it be pulled from commerce. Superdrol has since been discontinued.
It does not aromatize so gynecomastia and water retention are not a problem. It is not necessary to use an antiestrogen. Possible side effects are androgenic and may include: acne, oily skin, increased aggression, baldness (in those genetically prone), body hair growth. Other common side effects are feelings of lethargy and lack of libido.
It is toxic for the liver, being methylated, so cycles must be limited to a maximum of 6 weeks, and it is mandatory to use a mhepatic protector like Silimarin or Liv 52. Cycles usually last 3-4 weeks. It is one of the most hepatotoxic steroids available.
It will suppress the natural testosterone production so a good PCT must follow the cycle.
The dose is 10-30 mg per day. It can be stacked with testosterone to gain mass or Primobolan or Parabolan wfor cutting. It is recommended to add DHEA during the cycle.
Superdrol is no longer sold as a legal supplement but there are underground laboratories that produce it.
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