99% Purity 17alpha Methyltestosterone 17MT Oral Anabolic Steroids Tilapia Feed Additives

99% Purity 17alpha Methyltestosterone Tilapia Feed Additives 17MT Oral Anabolic Steroids

17alpha Methyltestosterone Description
Methyltestosterone
Synonyms: METANDREN; 17-Methyltestosterone,17a Methyltestosterone
CAS: 58-18-4
M.F.: C20H30O2
M.W.: 302.45
EINECS No.: 200-366-3
Assay: 99.1%

Methyltestosterone was first synthesized in 1935, and was the first 17α-alkylated AAS to be synthesized.

Methyltestosterone (brand names Android, Androral, Metandren, Oraviron, Testred, Virilon), also known as 17α-methyltestosterone or as 17α-methylandrost-4-en-17β-ol-3-one, is a synthetic, orally active androgenic-anabolic steroid (AAS) and 17α-methylated derivative of testosterone that is used to treat males with androgen deficiency. It bears close structural similarity to testosterone, but has a methyl group at the C17α position in order to increase oral bioavailability. Due to efficient aromatization into the potent estrogen methylestradiol, methyltestosterone has relatively high estrogenicity and hence potential side effects such as gynecomastia.

 

17alpha Methyltestosterone Raw Powder Character:

White crystalline powder, odorless, tasteless, hygroscopic, light case of deterioration. ethanol solution at 240nm wavelength of maximum absorption. Soluble in chloroform and dioxane, soluble in ethanol (1:5), acetone (1:10), methanol, slightly soluble in ether, insoluble in water, vegetable oil. Mp 161-166°C, refractive index +69-+75°.

17alpha Methyltestosterone raw powder specifications:

Application of 17alpha Methyltestosterone :

Pharmaceutical material, Androgen for testosterone deficiency, replacement therapy can also be used for functional uterine bleeding, aplastic anemia and other diseases treatment. Preparation Products Bolasterone. Tilapia feed additives.

 

Methyltestosterone is one of the oldest anabolic steroids in existence and one of the most important anabolic steroids ever created. The testosterone hormone is the first anabolic steroid ever synthesized, and it was simply raw testosterone. The first testosterone compound was an injectable form with no ester attached; think Testosterone Suspension. In 1937 Testosterone Propionate would hit the market, and it would be the first ester base testosterone compound. It would also be the first testosterone compound made regularly available for commercial use. However, a year before in 1936 Methyltestosterone would appear, and while it’s not as common as it once was it still has a place in medicinal testosterone treatment plans.

 

Methyltestosterone is a pure testosterone hormone that has an added methyl group attached in order for the hormone to survive oral ingestion.
Methyltestosterone dose reviews:

Effective dose: (Men) 25-100mgs/day; (Women) N/A
Active Life: 6-8 hours
Detection Time: 4-6 weeks

In a therapeutic setting, standard male Methyltestosterone doses will fall in the 10-40mg per day range. This is a wide range in dosing, and it is impossible to predict where the individual will fall until his full condition is examined. It is not uncommon for the starting dose to be 40mg per day or close to it and then a lower dose used for maintenance. Use may also surpass the recommended 6-8 week range if lab results show the individual is maintaining proper liver and lipid health.

 

In a performance setting, standard male Methyltestosterone doses will normally fall in the 40-50mg per day range for 6-8 weeks of use. However, keep in mind that very few athletes will benefit from this steroid’s use and will normally find there are better alternatives.

Female Methyltestosterone doses will be a little different than male plans and in no case is there any recommended female performance level plan. In a therapeutic setting, 2.5mg per day along with esterified estrogen is standard. This is where Estratest tablets will be useful as they are a mixture of Methyltestosterone and esterified estrogen.

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