Sport Pharmaceuticals Trenabol 200
Trenbolone is an anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) that falls under the 19-nor (short for norandrostenedione) or nandrolone family.
Originally designed as a pellet to help cattle bulk up and keep them lean before slaughter, Tren became a popular bodybuilding drug in the 1980s once it had been synthesized into injectable ‘juice’ form.
However, the FDA have never approved it’s use in humans, which has forced manufacturers to synthesize it in underground labs and sell on the black market. The way that the drug is converted to an injectable form can be crude, unsafe and unsanitary.
You’re never guaranteed a safe product, no matter how much the manufacturer says it’s clean.
As one of the more popular steroids on the market, Trenbolone is used by both athletes and physique enthusiasts who’re wanting to shortcut their way to gains or develop monster mass that surpasses their measly genetics.
It has a number of street and slang names including tren, fina and para.
Anabolic and androgenic properties
Tren is a compound with 3-5 times the strength of testosterone.
It’s highly androgenic and doesn’t have estrogenic properties, meaning you don’t get the spike in estrogen associated with other forms of testosterone, or the fluid retention and fat mass associated with AAS drugs in general.
It’s pretty much the strongest injectable steroid out there.
A moderate dose of Trenbolone is considered to be between 75 and 100 mg every other day. This equals approximately 300 mg to 400 mg each week and provides huge changes to the physique. Advanced uses typically stick to the moderate dose of Trenbolone due to its strength. It is important to note that the higher the dosage of Trenbolone is, the more likely uncomfortable side effects are to arise. Looking at the extreme end of the scale, it is extremely rare for even the most advanced user to use more than 400 mg to 600 mg of Trenbolone each week.