I just noticed that the folk that are stealthy – and let’s not be any more precise than that — are now offering “Oral Trenbolone,” that is to say, methyltrienolone.
Who knows, perhaps they have before, but I had not noticed it if so.
(EDIT: Turns out the site says they’ve had it since 2007, so it must be that I’d never paid attention to it, due to the name “Oral Trenbolone” instead of methytrienolone.)
This is interesting and I wanted to make a small comment on it.
First, I’ve never used it and have nothing to say about it beyond the following:
It has a reputation from popular-audience steroid books of supposedly being vastly liver toxic. In the past I looked into this and never found a trace of evidence for that. Nor did anyone claiming it ever provide any.
Most certainly it is remarkably potent – which is a precise term when properly used, meaning only that quite few milligrams (or depending on the case, micrograms) are required for a given effect.
I think it is fair to characterize it as being among those anabolic steroids that were looked at by pharmaceutical companies but never chosen for human use – or in this case, veterinary use either.
To me it is quite interesting that it is readily available now.