Trenbolone hexahydrobenzylcarbonate (Trenboxyl Hexa) is derived from its parent, Nandrolone. Both Trenbolone and Nandrolone belong to the category of norandrostenedione/norandrostenediol (called 19-nors) because they don’t have the 19th carbon within their makeup, as do other steroids like testosterone and other anabolic-androgenic steroids, which are merely synthetic variations of testosterone.
Trenbolone hexahydrobenzylcarbonate has an androgenic/anabolic rating of 500/500, which means it plays an important role in muscle growth and recovery. It is an injectable anabolic used to gain large amounts of lean muscle mass and strength, as well as to accelerate fat loss. This steroid accelerates and stimulates protein synthesis in the body and provides a positive nitrogen balance in the muscles.
It is an injectable anabolic used to gain large amounts of lean muscle mass and strength while promoting fat loss.
Trenbolone acetate is a "dry" compound, unlike other steroids for gaining muscle mass, which are usually "wet." This means that trenbolone does not convert to estrogen, so users do not experience water retention or fat accumulation during the cycle. It is also a versatile compound and can be used as a steroid to reduce or increase body weight.
The two most popular forms of trenbolone are enanthate and acetate. Although they are essentially the same compound, they have different esters. Trenbolone acetate consists of short esters, while enanthate consists of longer esters.
Trenbolone acetate includes symptoms of masculinization such as acne, increased body hair growth, hair loss on the head, voice changes, and increased sexual desire.
The most harmful side effect of Trenbolone is its effect on cholesterol, causing increased cardiovascular strain and left ventricular hypertrophy.
Enlargement of the prostate gland may be indicated by difficult urination, which may occur while taking this cycle.
Progesterone can cause estrogen-like effects, but anti-estrogens are usually effective in treating the side effects of high progesterone.