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History of creation:

In the mid-60s of the last century, the American pharmacological company synthesized the active substance Oxandrolone. Initially, it was intended only for medical purposes and has been successfully used to treat severe endocrinopathy in women and children, protein metabolism disorders, dystrophy.

Oxandrolone is a drug from the group of steroids that combines low androgenic activity, pronounced anabolic action and minimal risk of toxic or other adverse side effects. Due to these unique properties, it has become widespread among fans of power sports.

A few years after the introduction into mass production, Oxandrolone has gained popularity in sports medicine: it began to be used by athletes, swimmers, sprinters, boxers, skiers. The drug due to anabolic activity proved to be especially useful in disciplines in which endurance, speed and explosive power are important.

Effect of reception:

The effect of the drug is based on the stimulation of protein synthesis in the body, resulting in a positive nitrogen balance, improves the overall health of the athlete. There is also guaranteed: gain muscle mass, increase the relief of muscles, increase strength and increase endurance. According to reviews, Oxandrolone is a good alternative to the common steroid Danobol, due to its milder effects and lower risk of side effects.

Application of preparation:

The daily dosage of the drug-20 mg-is divided into two doses, since the time of its exposure does not exceed 9-12 hours. If necessary, the dose can be gradually increased (the maximum safe-80 mg per day).

For men, in order to prevent side effects, the drug is recommended to be combined with Primobolan, Sustanon or synthetic testosterone. After a solo course of Oxandrolone or combined administration, Tamoxifen may be prescribed.

Women with the use of medication are shown monitoring of hormonal background. Contraindications include cancer, age less than 18 years, renal failure, liver disease and cardiovascular system.