Testosteron-E BodyPharm


Manufacturer: BodyPharmSubstance: Testosterone EnanthatePackage: one vial of 10ml (250mg/ml)

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Testosteron-E (Testosterone Enanthate) one vial of 10ml (250mg/ml) – Injectable Steroids from BodyPharm.

Testosterone Enanthate is an esterified form of testosterone. The active substance is planted on ether, and stored in fat depots, is split not immediately and in full quantity, but enters the blood gradually.

Testosterone has pronounced anabolic properties, accelerates protein synthesis (provides positive nitrogen balance), and also has a lot of other effects useful to the athlete. In men testosterone is produced by Leydig cells and adrenal cortex, in women – exclusively adrenal cortex. The hormone is a product of peripheral metabolism, while it itself has extremely low activity because it hardly binds to androgen receptors. Testosterone is pro-hormone. This means that before acting on androgen receptors, it is processed (modified) by a special enzyme – 5-alpha-reductase. Thus, an active form of the hormone, dihydrotestosterone, is obtained.

Effects of steroid Testosterone Enanthate 250

Gain of muscle bulk. The rapid increase in muscle volumes is partly caused by fluid accumulation, which occurs due to estrogenic testosterone activity and sodium delay. After the Testosterone Enanthate 250 course ends, a rollback phenomenon (more or less pronounced) is observed.

  • Increase in power indicators.
  • Participation in the formation of secondary sexual features (male facial features, ostracism, low voice) and the development of male genital organs.
  • Effect on sexual behavior and provision of spermatogenesis.
  • Improvement of phosphorus and nitrogen exchanges.
  • Elimination of joint pain, problems with intervertebral disks and crunch in shoulders.
  • Stimulation of regenerative processes in the body.
  • Strengthening of general tone and increase of motivation to trainings.
  • Increase in erythrocytic blood mass.
  • Prevention of overtraining.

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