About to commence a cycle of liver-toxic orals.
Yep orals only for six weeks.
So: How does one determine which oral steroids are the most toxic? what makes one oral steroid more toxic than another?
From what I’ve learned only oral primo is not 17-alkylated, but anadrol, dianabol, winstrol, tbol, anavar, halo, etc are all 17-alkylated.
Among these, is it just the mg dosage commonly used to get the desired effect that makes some more toxic than others? Or are there oter factors involved?
Anadrol is typically dosed much higher than dbol for instance. Is that the only reason drol is regarded as more toxic?