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The following is an article about stanozolol, more commonly known as Winstrol. Caution should be used when using Winstrol, and as with Anadrol, this drug can cause severe hepatic damage if administered incorrectly or for too long. Even when you buy steroids from a reliable source and you are under the care and guidance of a knowledgeable professional, you should know all of the implications of each drug yourself. With the rising popularity of HGH [Human Growth Hormone] and other newer anabolic steroids, educating ourselves about them should be a top priority.
Winstrol (Stanozolol) is a really interesting variant of Dihydrotestosterone. It’s been modified at the A-ring (there’s 4 rings on steroids usually), to make another whole “ring” called a pyrazol group. There’s only one other steroid I’ve ever seen that has a similar modification. Winstrol is a commonly used anabolic steroid for cutting cycles, and certainly it’s been shown clinically to not elicit any really impressive weight gain (if any at all) (1). It’s usually seen as a less expensive alternative to Anavar. And just like Anavar and other DHT derivations, it can not convert to estrogen at any dose, and is not progestenic.
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