Anavar(Oxandrolone) is the popular brand name associated with the dihydrotestosterone derived anabolic steroid is specifically a dihydrotestosterone (DHT) hormone that has been structurally altered. It is DHT with an added oxygen atom replacing the carbon-2 in the A-ring. Anavar also possesses a second alteration at the 17th carbon position by the addition of a methyl group that allows the hormone to be ingested orally officially classifying Anavar as a C17-aa anabolic is also a very popular anabolic steroid among performance enhancing athletes,the most important revolve around its ability to increase nitrogen retention in the muscle, decrease SHBG and inhibit glucocorticoid hormones. The increase in nitrogen retention will promote the anabolic atmosphere as reduced levels often lead to a catabolic state. The decrease in SHBG will yield a higher level of free testosterone in the body, not only providing more of an anabolic punch but promoting a free or unbound state of all circulating anabolic steroids. Anavar is also well-known for promoting increases in red blood cell count, which will enhance muscular endurance. Some studies have even shown this steroid has the ability to promote enhanced cardiovascular endurance. Last but not least, Anavar is one of the only true fat burning steroids. Many attribute this to its ability to firmly bind to the androgen receptor, as well as in its ability to reduce thyroid-binding globulin, as well as increase thyroxine-binding prealbumin. This action results in the triiodothyronine hormone or T3 hormone being utilized to a higher degree. The fat burning results of Anavar are not entirely conclusive; there have been a few studies that produced alternate
results as it pertains to fat loss. However, most data strongly supports the Oxandrolone hormone being a strong promoter of Oxandrolone doses for therapeutic treatment will normally fall in the 5-10mg per day range with 20mg per day normally being the maximum dose.
Below is the step by step guide about how to make Dianabol capsules:
1. Fill a capsule with your filler, including tampering if you plan on doing so with your ‘real’ capsules.
2. Determine how much filler weight occupies this specific capsule. This will give you a weight/volume ratio and you can determine the
relative density of the filler.
3. Fill a capsule with your active ingredient (Anadrol, DNP etc.), including tampering if you plan on doing so with your ‘real’ capsules.
4. Determine how much active ingredient weight occupies this specific capsule. This will give you a weight/volume ratio and you can
determine the relative density of the active ingredient.
5. Now you have to do the ‘more involved’ math to determine the correct ratio of filler to active ingredient.
1) Determine the dosage of active ingredient you’d like per capsule.
2) For example you want 10mg Dianabol capsules. You determined your filler density to be 500 mg per capsule and your active ingredient density to be 400 mg per you have to set up the two equations and then cross multiply and solve for the unknown.
10 mg Dianabol = Unknown mg Filler
400 mg Dianabol = 500 mg Filler
10 mg Dianabol x 500 mg Filler = 400 mg Dianbol x Unknown mg Filler
(10 mg Dianabol x 500 mg Filler) / 400 mg Dianbol = Unknown mg Filler
Unknown mg Filler = mg
NOW you take the total quantity of filler that will fit in one capsule and subtract the Unknown Filler amount we just calculated.
500 mg filler – mg = mg filler per capsule
Now you’ve got all the information you need to make 10 mg Dianabol capsules. For every capsule you make you need 10 mg of Dianabol
and mg of filler, so for 50 capsules just multiply these two numbers by a factor of 50.
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