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Prohormones

Post cycle therapy – What do you need after prohormone cycles?

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You know what really grinds my gears? When guys drop hundreds of dollars on a prohormone or AAS cycle and try to cheap skate their way through their post cycle therapy. I really don’t get it. Hundreds of dollars are spent to make gainz in the gym, but by half assing your post cycle therapy you never fully reboot your natural testosterone production.

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One of best non-methylated prohormones – Propadrol

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Propadrol is a mild designer prohormone that is coupled with an anti-estrogen component, Propadrol was brought to market by EST and has been reformulated since it’s original release, it’s current incarnation is not anabolic, this guide/review covers the original version (and comparable clones).

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Methyl 1 AD – Strong prohormone for bulking

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Methyl 1 AD is one of the strongest compounds available on the OTC market, it’s generally recommended to start with a lower dosage, asses tolerance and then slowly increase it to the desired range, assuming side effects are tolerable. Our dosing layout is unique to the user depending on experience, Methyl 1 AD cycles are most commonly 3 weeks in length, however advanced users typically run 4 week cycles,

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Top OTC Anti-Estrogens for Post Cycle Therapy

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Anti-estrogens have many purposes for the chemically enhanced athlete. Many of the drier contest prep androgens that bodybuilders use gain much of their affect due to antagonizing estrogen at both the receptor site and inhibiting its creation all together. For those that wish to not use anabolics then anti-estrogens are much desired because they can help you achieve a better hormonal alignment without actually having to ingest hormones.

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Legal prohormones 2017 – Some new compounds

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Between the 2004 Steroid Control Act and the 2014 Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act, these two pieces of legislature wiped the majority of prohormones off the market in the USA. This caused them from changing to legal prohormones to illegal designer steroids. But what’s left? There is a several left on the market that are both great at helping you build muscle but also without the toxic side effects.

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1-Androsterone – A new prohormone on the ground

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1-Androsterone (1-dehydroepiandrosterone or 1-androsten-3b-ol-17-one) is a prohormone that undergoes a two step conversion through the enzymes 3b-hsd and 17b-hsd to become the potent androgen 1-Testosterone. 1-Testosterone is a DHT derivative, therefore this compound or its converted forms can not convert to estrogens.

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The ultimate guide to Methdrol – The most popular prohormone

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Methdrol (or Superdrol) is marketed as a prohormone (PH) in the post-ban era of pro-hormones. Following the ban of most prohormonal substances in the United States, including the likes of 1-test, 1-AD, 4-AD, M1T, etc, Designer Supplements designed this prohormone based on the steroid Masteron, with an additional methyl group attached to the 17th carbon position.

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Formadrol – What Does This Anti-Estrogen Do For You?

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Formadrol Extreme from LG Sciences is promoted as an anti-aromatase, anti-estrogen and a testosterone boosting agent. It contains a complex of ingredients that each work in a unique pathway for obtaining the desired outcome.

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Chrysin – Boosting Testosterone and Blocking Estrogen?

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Chrysin has been around as a sports supplement since the late 1990's, meaning it's been around for quite a long time in the bodybuilding circles. It was found to possess anti-aromatase activity in the lab, so many sports supplement companies jumped on the bandwagon to include it with "andro" as a means of reducing the negative estrogenic effects of this prohormone.

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