Winstrol Stanozolol Powder
1. CAS No: 10418-03-8
2. Molecular Formula: C21H32N2O
3. Assay: 99%
4. Appearance: White crystalline powder.
5. Usage:Stanozolol -Winstrol is the trade name for the anabolic steroid Stanozolol. This is the third most popular and widely used anabolic steroid in all history and in the whole world;And is a very commonly used anabolic steroid for cutting cycles.
Winstrol – Stanozolol is a very commonly used anabolic steroid for cutting cycles. While many people will attempt to use Dianabol or even Anadrol for cutting cycles, Ive really never heard of anyone using Stanozolol for anything except a cutting cycle. Its a bit of a one-trick-pony in this respect. Let me repeat that: Stanozolol is a cutting drug. Not many people will argue for its use in a bulking cycle. Its certainly not a very effective compound for treating anemia (1) and thus, one could rightly assume that its role in bulking cycles is very limited. One novel use for Winstrol in any cycle (perhaps even bulking) would be to use it at a very limited dose, in order to lower SHBG. (2) One of the properties of Winstrol is its profound ability to lower SHBG much more than other steroids. A dose of .2mg/kg lowered SHBG significantly, which would in turn, raise the amount of free testosterone circulating in the body. As with 99% of steroids, however, its important to note that suppression of your natural hormonal levels will occur (though perhaps not to the extent that it will with many other steroids).(10) As with running virtually any compound, testosterone supplementation (i.e. running test in a cycle containing Winstrol) is warranted to avoid possible sexual dysfunction.
Winstrol is the trade name for the anabolic steroid Stanozolol. This is the third most popular and widely used anabolic steroid in all history and in the whole world. The first most popular anabolic steroid is Dianabol (Methandrostenolone), second most popular is Nandrolone Decanoate (Deca Durabolin), and the third most popular is stanozolol In particular, Winstrol is the anabolic steroid best known for its supposed use by Canadian Olympic sprinter Ben Johnson when he was tested positive for this compound in the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games. Winstrol’s information was first documented, published, and released in 1959. Shortly thereafter, Winthrop Laboratories located in the United Kingdom manufactured it into a prescription drug for use, and in 1961 Sterling in the United States purchased the patent for the drug. Shortly thereafter, it was then released onto the North American market and given the brand name label of Winstrol.
Winstrol’s approved list of treatments for various medical conditions included: appetite stimulation for individuals suffering from tissue wasting diseases/disorders, weight maintenance and weight gain for the same conditions, strengthening of bone mass and density in Osteoporosis patients, the promotion of retarded and stunted growth in children, an adjunct medication to offset muscle wasting from long term corticosteroid administration, and for the recovery of burn victims as well as treating debilitating conditions (such as frail elderly patients). As is common with all anabolic steroids, the list of approved treatments for various medical conditions in the mid-1970s became limited and restricted by the FDA. It was then approved for a list of treatments which dwindled down to an Osteoporosis medication, and for the growth promotion in growth-retarded children.
Winstrol is one of the only anabolic steroids alongside Anavar and a couple of select others that had survived the anabolic steroid manufacturing cessation in the late 1980s and early 1990s. This anabolic steroid instead enjoyed a successful survival during the 1980s and up through the 1990s, which as a time period where pharmaceutical companies had been discontinuing the production of various anabolic steroids to a very vast degree and very quickly. During the 1990s, its use had also expanded to the treatment of Anemic patients in order to bolster red blood cell count, as well as treating Angioedema, which is a condition whereby an individual’s tissue underneath the skin swells up (often the result of hereditary genetics). Eventually, manufacturing issues caused it to be discontinued but its production was then soon after resumed by Ovation Pharmaceuticals, which purchased the rights for manufacture in 2003. Stanozolol continues to be approved for the treatment of medical conditions in North America today, but unfortunately manufacturing operations by Ovation Pharmaceuticals are not currently active. Therefore, no pharmaceutical grade related products currently exist on the American market. Internationally, Winstrol is still manufactured and marketed under several big name pharmaceutical companies, as well as generics.is used extensively as both a human-grade product as well as a veterinary product.