Winstrol is a fast acting androgenic anabolic steroid derived from dihydrotestosterone. When winstrol is applied it passes quickly through the bloodstream generating an elevation in hormone levels for several hours. Winstrol has a half life of 2-3 days, due to this frequent applications are required to maintain hormones levels and avoid fluctuations.
Winstrol is derived from dihydrotestosterone. This substance can be used orally or intramuscular. It possesses an alkylation on carbon 17 to protect the hormone when it passes through the liver. It possesses a union of a pyrazole group to ring A, making this a heterocyclic steroid. Winstrol does not have the capacity to aromatize in the body and it is generally found in a water base.
Winstrol does not have the capacity to aromatize in the body, meaning it does not get converted into estrogen. Winstrol contributes by giving a dry, toned appearance. It is commonly used in pre competition by bodybuilders and cyclists. Common side effects of winstrol are acne and oily skin.
Winstrol is a fine white powder, easy to compress, and stable in normal environmental conditions.
Winstrol is generally found as a water base, although it can be found as an oil base. Winstrol is a crystalline powder dissolved in water. In normal concentration winstrol can be manufactured in up to 50 mg because it is not possible to contain to much raw material in a single ml.