Anapolon (Oxymetholone) Abdi Ibrahim 50mg: a brief description
Oxymetolone is the strongest anabolic steroids known today (in terms of its anabolic effect), but also one of the most dangerous in use. Except perhaps Halotestin (fluoximesterone), there are hardly any steroids that are more toxic to the liver on the market. Anapolone should therefore be used with great care if at all. Having said this, let us admit that the muscle mass arrived with Anapolone is huge, although not easy to maintain and aesthetically not very attractive. The reason is the significant fat and moisture retention caused by the estrogenic effects of this drug. The probable explanation is that Anapolone itself activates the estrogen receptor, which is not ruled out, given the shape of its molecule (with a ring similar to estradiol). It is quite obvious that anti-estrogen supplements are often used in conjunction with this drug, but it should be remembered that much of its effect is mediated by the activation of the estrogen receptor, which means that anti-estrogens can also reduce the weight gain in Anapolone.Safety: Oxymetolone can cause many side effects not experienced with some other steroids. These include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, insomnia, headaches and abdominal pain. The hepatotoxicity of Anapolone is severe and the treatment should not exceed 5 weeks (which does not mean that it can not cause liver damage if used for a shorter period). Estrogen side effects include gynecomastia and high blood pressure.