Produced by G.D. Searle & co under the Anavar label in 60’s Oxandrolone had its ups and downs. After massive pressure on steroid manufacturers from the FDA, Oxandrolone almost wholly disappeared from the markets but came back in the mid-’90s under the Oxandrin label. Today, Oxandrolone is much more affordable than it was some decades ago, yet it can still be called one of the most expensive anabolic steroids. It has numerous therapeutic applications and is widely used to treat traumas, muscular dystrophy, osteoporosis and hormonal and nutritional dysfunction. Bodybuilders and athletes can enhance athletic performance and desired muscles for big pumps.
by using Oxandrolone athletes can increase lean muscle gains and definition, boost strength and stronger bones and stimulates faster body regeneration.
The most common adverse reactions attributed to Oxandrolone are acne, temporary testosterone reproduction shutdown, high Low-density cholesterol levels (LDL), and raised liver enzymes.
When using this product, consider the inclusion of gonadotropin to minimize side effects. Don’t use Oxandrolone in combination with other oral anabolic steroids, or you have any gastrointestinal tract diseases. As a result of increased load on the liver, we recommend to sprit the dosage in half and don’t use Oxandrolone for longer than 8-12 weeks.
Don’t use Oxandrolone in combination with other oral anabolic steroids due to the load on the liver.