RPN Havoc contains epistane prohormone. Epistane (2a,3a-epithio-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol) is an orally active compound derived from dihydrotestosterone. Due to Epistane being orally active no conversion is required to illicit its muscle building effects. Many claim that Epi has anti-oestrogen effects whilst others repudiate the notion. At Anabolic Addictions we side with the notion that Epi DOES have anti-estrogenic effects. Why? Any meaningful research will lead you to know that Epistane is a c17-alpha alkylated analog of ‘epitiostane’ (note the name ‘epitiostane’ is reflective of methepitiostane ‘meth’ of course denoting the methylated addition). It’s only logical to agree that Epi has anti-estrogen effects given that the non-methylated analog ‘mepitiostane’ is used clinically for its inherent anti-oestrogenic effects. As such a degree of anti-estrogenic effect is reasonable to assume in the methylated analog Epistane. As such an anti-estrogen is not necessary when running an Epi cycle and gyneocomastia (gyno) is of minimal concern, even with sensitive individuals.
Furthermore, since estrogen is the main culprit for water retention, bloat and fat gain the anti-estrogenic effect from Epi means it is a prohormone which offers a high quality look to the physique. Thus Epi is a very favourable prohormone to use during cutting phases with a calorie restricted diet. However, Epistane is also noted to greatly increase the rate of protein synthesis and adds to strength gains which means it can equally be used to add lean muscle mass without the addition of unwanted fat and subcutaneous fluid retention. Epistane is an extremely versatile prohormone suitable for both bulking cycles and cutting cycles.
Serving Size: 1 capsule
Servings per Container: 90
2a,3a-epithio-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol 10 mg per cap
Other ingredients: Gelatin (Capsule), Microcrystalline Cellulose