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Trenbolone Enanthate was first studied in 1967 during experiments into synthetic anabolic steroids by Roussel-UCLAF. The wide spread applications of different esters of anabolic steroids made this one of the obvious compounds for studying but the product never came to the market for many decades. British Dragon was the largest underground manufacturer in the world and they were the first to introduce Trenbolone Enanthate to the market calling it Trenabol 200mg.
Tren E was never approved for human or veterinary use anywhere in the world and all versions of Trenolone are not being manufactured under license. It was never sold on prescription through any pharmacy worldwide. Even the Ciccone Pharma Tren 200mg 10ml, although manufactured in a legitimate facility is not done under license and no doctor can prescribe it to you. Any brand claiming to be a licensed Parma brand that stock Tren Enanthate is obviously lying. You will find many dishonest brands in the world. And if they can lie about such an obvious fact then what else are they lying about. We at Ciccone Pharma would be the first ones to license our products if this was possible and we wish the world would change their views on anabolics sooner than later so that we can start registering our products. But until they do we prefer to be honest about how we operate.
Because of the use of the enanthate ester this drug will have virtually identical pharmacokinetics to testosterone enanthate meaning a peak in blood serum levels within several days after administering it and declining after about two weeks.
Trenbolone is a derivative of nandrolone but exhibits strong anabolic and androgenic properties. Its characteristic is nothing like nandrolone. Milligram for milligram Trenbolone Enanthate is considerably more potent than testosterone as both an anabolic and androgenic agent although it does carry a more favorable balance to anabolism. Trenbolone does not convert to estrogen like a testosterone although it does exhibit noticeable progesterone activity, which may mimic estrogen side effects in certain athletes but this also varies from individual to individual. Trenbolone Enanthate will promote strong gains in lean muscle mass but it will keep the athlete very hard and defined.
Although classified as an anabolic Trenbolone is very androgenic. Androgenic side effects are as common as in any testosterone but without the water retention. Oily Skin, acne and body/facial hair growth in men and woman is evident but also dose related and varies from individual to individual. Males who have a genetic predisposition to hair loss may experience accelerated male pattern balding. Trenbolone does not put strain on the liver in low doses but hepatotoxicity cannot be completely excluded in high doses.
Trenbolone does not aromatize (convert to estrogen) and has a strong resistance to hepatic metabolism and this causes a negative impact on cholesterol. Trenbolone will decrease the HDL (good) cholesterol and increase the LDL (bad) cholesterol levels. To help reduce cardiovascular strain you should follow an active cardiovascular exercise program and minimise the intake of saturated fats and simple carbohydrates. Supplementing with fish oils and a cholesterol/antioxidant formula is also recommended.
All androgenic compounds taken in doses high enough to promote muscle gains does suppress natural (endogenous) testosterone production. Without intervention and taking your PCT (post cycle treatment) testosterone levels generally return to normal within 1-4 months after stopping the use of a drug. Trenbolin was found to be three to four times stronger in suppressing natural testosterone levels milligram for milligram when comparing it to any form of testosterone.
All forms of Trenbolone Enanthate are currently being made NOT UNDER LICENSE and thus can never claim to be pharmaceutical standard (in other words sold under prescription and dispensed from a pharmacy). As previously mentioned Ciccone Pharma would be the first to register this product and all its other products if the world changed their views and allowed us to do so. Our manufacturing processes are according to GMP (Good medical practice) but the laws of the world prohibits us to register our products. There is a huge difference between a kitchen lab product, a GMP product that is not registered and a registered pharma brand.