Magnum Test-Prop 100
Magnum Test-Prop 100
|Brand :||Magnum Pharmaceuticals|
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|Package:||100 mg/amp. (10 amp.)|
Magnum Test-Prop 100 by Magnum Pharmaceuticals
Magnum Test-Prop 100 is a popular injectable derivative of the main male hormone, testosterone, known as Testosterone Propionate.
The Propionate ester that has been introduced slows down the release of testosterone from the injection site. As a result, Testosterone Propionate needs to be taken much more frequently and is quicker acting than other testosterone esters like Cypionate or Enanthate.
It is a widely available drug that can rapidly boosts muscle size and strength as it is an injectable form of testosterone. The 17-beta-hydroxyl group of testosterone is bonded to a carboxylic acid ester (propionic acid) in the form of Testosterone Propionate. Testosterone Propionate has a half-life of around two days following injection.
The primary benefits of Testosterone Propionate:
- Enhanced muscle mass
- Burns fat.
- Improves definition
- Increases power indicators
- Increases libido
- Lowers the level of blood cholesterol.
- Reduces the risk of coronary artery disease
Methods for taking Testosterone Propionate
Every other day, 50 to 100mg of Testosterone Propionate are generally injected and the cycle normally lasts 4-6 weeks. Up to 200–300mg may be taken by experienced users. If women decide to use this steroid, 25–50mg every four–six days will be more than sufficient.
Side effects of Testosterone Propionate
The body can quickly convert testosterone to oestradiol (oestrogen). This testosterone metabolism is carried out by the enzyme aromatase.
Increased body fat, increased water retention, and gynecomastia are all possible negative effects of elevated oestrogen levels. The androgenic side effects of elevated testosterone levels include greasy skin, acne, facial and body hair development. Accelerated baldness in men who have androgenetic alopecia, a genetic propensity to hair loss, is possible.
Injections of testosterone propionate hurt, because the propionic acid ester's very short carbon chain can irritate the tissues near the injection site.