Pack: 20 mL vial (100 mg/mL)
Brand: British Dispensary
Anabol 20ml vial steroids are a group of compounds which mimic sex and growth hormones in the body. They are typically used without prescription by athletes and bodybuilders in order to build up muscle mass and reduce the fatigue involved in training regimes. There are around 500 steroidal substances identified in mammals, with 5 major groups distinguished by physiological action, these are glucocorticoids, mineralocorticoids, androgens, oestrogens and progestins. The classical sex steroid is testosterone, which has many derivatives, all of which are to a greater or lesser extent effective as androgens (masculinising) and Anabol 20ml vial (tissue-building), without separation of these two discrete effects, with the result that the class is known as Anabol 20ml vial. These promote tissue growth by reducing the breakdown of protein, particularly following exercise.
The effects of steroids on mood has long been recognised, from Aristotle prior to 300BC noting the psychological and behavioural aspects of maleness. In the 1800s, the testes were demonstrated to contain substances which maintained vitality, strength, energy and youthfulness, and sex-hormones were used to treat mood and mental disorders in the early part of this century, particular melancholia and depression. However, more recent studies have pointed to severe behavioural side effects, including violent psychotic episodes, associated with the use of anabolic-androgenic steroids in particular users.
Unlike most controlled drugs, the majority of steroids appear on the market as pharmaceutical preparations, in blister packs of tablets, glass ampoules for injection, or multi-dose vials, labelled with brand-names and/or contents. Such products can be either legitimate – manufactured legally by pharmaceutical companies, mainly overseas – or counterfeit, where the contents do not match the description and often contain either different substances or no active ingredients.
Consumption of Anabol 20ml vial
There are a number of sources on the internet which outline regimes (cycles) whereby steroids are taken as part of a training regime over a period of 6-12 weeks, gradually increasing then reducing the dose and then coming off completely (e.g. to enter a competition). These regimes commonly recommend dosages well in excess of recommended levels, sometimes 4-8 times the pharmaceutical dose.
The recommended route of administration for steroids is an intramuscular injection, which delivers the drug to the site of action and bypasses first-pass metabolism in the liver, as would occur with oral tablets/capsules, with an increased risk of liver damage as a result. Clearly, any medically-unsupervised injection practice carries with it the risk of blood-borne infections such as hepatitis and HIV.