Winstrol: Uses, Dosage, Side Effects, Alternatives

Winstrol which is also known as Winny and Stanozolol is a famous 17alpha-alkylated anabolic androgenic steroid. Also, it belongs to derivatives of Dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It is widely applied by the athletes who aspire to give a strong boost to their sports performance.

This steroid has originated in the late 1950s. It was manufactured by Winthrop Laboratories. The product of this manufacturer was launched into the market in the 1960s. Initially, this steroid was developed as a medication for curing different diseases; in particular, osteoporosis.

Mechanism of Winstrol Action

Winstrol is notable for its ability to straightforwardly tie to the androgen receptors which are located in bone and muscle tissue. These receptors are very crucial for everyone who aspires to have considerable muscle gains.

This steroid works by triggering AR-mediated signaling, due to which erythropoietin synthesis and protein production may occur at a highly intense rate. It intensifies the fat-melting potential of the body, as well as maintains muscle gains.

Since this compound has a strong anabolic effect, it also has the impressive anabolic to androgenic ratio. Thus, this ratio of 320:30 distinguishes Winstrol among the rest of similar steroids. By the way, this Winstrol ratio is identical to Anadrol ratio.

So, you can understand how strong the first one actually is.

If steroid keeps the body in the anabolic state, this implies the creation of anabolism. In this state, cells grow and you can count on size increase. Since Winstrol has a powerful anabolic ratio, it will be a great choice for you.

In addition, Winstrol makes sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) drop. By doing this, the steroid activates the mechanism of protein synthesis in your body. Also, collagen production is almost immediately enhanced.

Dr. Bryan Schuetz

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