What is Oxandrolone?
This man-made steroid is a synthetic analog of testosterone.
This means it is based on testosterone, but it’s been engineered to provide a higher anabolic to lower androgenic ratio. What the hell does that mean?
Anabolic refers to muscle tissue growth while androgenic is used to talk about male development characteristics. Think deep voice, facial hair, and a love for the UFC. In other words, Oxandrolone has become so damn popular because it’s said to promote more muscle with fewer worries about putting stress and strain on your organs.
Is that the case?
Truth be told,
Oxandrolone might provide great results, but the side effects just aren’t worth rolling the dice. Let’s take a look at this steroid’s history, how it works, Oxandrolone dosages, Oxandrolone side effects, and a safe and natural alternative to Oxandrolone.
Anavar vs. Oxandrolone Tablets
Speaking of finding illegal steroids online, one of the most popular phrases typed into Google is “Anavar vs. Oxandrolone.” The irony here is that Anavar is just a brand name for Oxandrolone.
Put it this way: Oxandrolone is the scientific name or the name that’s harder to pronounce. If you want to sell medications, even steroids, you need something that sounds sexier. Introducing Anavar. See how much easier that is to say?
But is there a difference between the two? Maybe a small one, depending on whether you get the generic, Oxandrolone or the brand name, Anavar. Oxandrolone is identical to Anavar on a formula level, but you’ll notice a difference in the appearance of the tablets and the dosage of each one.
Dosages, Stacks and Cycles for Oxandrolone.
Speaking of dosages, what is a proper Oxandrolone dosage? Here are the commonly used dosages, stacks, and cycles for Oxandrolone, but we don’t recommend them. Why? These substances and stacks pose huge health risks, not to mention jail time.
Depending on user experience, bodyweight, and goals, dosage levels will vary:
· Men: 30 mg to 80 mg per day
· Women: 5 mg to 15 mg per day
We’ve seen dosages as high as 100 mg per day for men and 20 mg per day for women, but it’s not very common. The higher the dose, the more likely you’ll run into side effects and health issues.
Oxandrolone has a half-life of 8 to 10 hours so the daily dosage should be split between two servings. For example, if you are taking 30 mg per day, you’ll take 15 mg in the morning and 15 mg in the evening.
A typical Oxandrolone cycle will run six weeks, and this will be followed by post-cycle therapy, a supplement that is used to reverse liver damage and kickstart suppressed testosterone. Keep in mind that even the best post-cycle therapy supplements (PCTs) don’t always work to undo the damage.