Oxandrolone is a synthetic oral anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) which was first available as a prescription medicine in the United States in 1964. It is a 17α-methylated dihydrotestosterone derivative (DHT) having an oxygen atom instead of carbon in 2 Position. Researchers and medical specialists have used oxandrolone to treat a wide variety of diseases. These include idiopathic small stature, Turner syndrome, loss of body weight of catabolic diseases or long-term corticosteroid treatment, severe burns, surgical or general trauma, osteoporosis, anemia, hereditary angioedema, HIV / AIDS, alcoholic hepatitis and hypogonadism.
Doses are individual. Usually 30-50mg per day for men, and for women 5-15mg. Taking Oxandrolone is good to be at several daily intake.
Combination with other drugs:
Oxandrolone is an oral steroid with a stronger anabolic than androgenic nature and can be combined with all types of steroids, both injectable and oral, because it is not so hepatotoxic. Typically, Oxandrolone is used in relief cycles in combination with Testosterone Propionate, Testosterone Base, Stanozolol, Trenbolone Acetate, Parabolan, Clenbuterol. When you want to boost your strength, you can combine Oxandrolone with Nandrolone phenylpropionate.
Like other anabolic steroids, oxandrolone is an androgen receptor agonist. This increases protein synthesis, which increases muscle growth, in particular body mass and bone mineral density. Oxandrolone does not receive any water retention, which makes it suitable for sports where functionality, endurance and strength are sought without additional muscle mass, such as athletics, martial arts, rowing, and so on. In bodybuilding, Oxandrolone is included in relief cycles in combination with other preparations. Oxandrolone is also used by many female athletes due to its less androgenic effect.
The half-life of Oxandrolone is 9 hours after intake, and the doping test is detected in the body within 3 weeks after the last dose.