TURHOGED is actually a modified form of Methandrostenolone, so it is actually a combination of the chemical structures of Methandrostenolone and 4-chlorotestosterone. It has the same general chemical structure of Methandrostenolone along with the 4-chloro substitution that 4-chlorotestosterone has.
The result is that Tbol turns into a much milder hormone than its hormone Methandrostenolone. Alterations in its chemical structure eliminate the possibility that it may be flavored with estrogen, in addition to exhibiting a much weaker androgenic strength.
Therefore TURHOGED has an anabolic rating of 54 and a very low androgenic rating of 6, which makes its separation between anabolic and androgenic effects very distinct and favorable. Although anabolic block is considerably less than the Methandrostenolone rating of 90 to 210, the distance between anabolic and androgenic effects TURHOGED tends to be much more favorable to the individual.
TURHOGED chemical modifications also give it a half-life of 16 hours, as well as the ability to bind to SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin).
TURHOGED is alkylated at C17-alpha to allow oral bioavailability and, as a result, will exhibit a measure of liver toxicity. It also has a double bond between carbon 1 and carbon 2 (also known as carbon 1-ene), and it is this double bond that is responsible for the reduction of androgenic strength. Finally, as mentioned above, a chlorine group has been added to the 4th carbon, responsible for its inability to aromatize, as well as for further reducing androgenic strength.