Anavar has earned a reputation of being a steroid that you can use without losing your hair.
Which makes it very appealing for fitness models and actors whose careers depend on their appearance.
And there seem to be a large number of people willing to opt for an Anavar only cycle despite the results being pretty washed-down if you compare it with any injectable steroid cycle.
That’s the general consensus at least.
But what kind of results can an Anavar-only cycle get you?
Can you gain a decent amount of muscle?
Or will it only be a minor step-up from a natty workout cycle?
More importantly, can the results justify the risks that come with using anabolic steroids?
Let’s demystify ‘The Woman’s steroid’ or Anavar.
What is Anavar?
Anavar or Oxandrolone is an oral anabolic steroid that has been in use since 1960s.
Formulated by G.D.Searle, it was widely used in the treatment of cachexia and osteoporosis in the early days.
But it is believed to have been debuted in the world of bodybuilding in the late 60s and early 70s when oral steroids were considered to be the norm.
Anavar’s use for therapeutic applications has been discontinued in the United States since the late 1980s and you can only source the drug from underground labs today.
It is however available more readily in other countries like Europe, India and Thailand.
What does an Anavar pill look like?
Bayer, which is one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world manuafactures Anavar.
The pills are round, small and white with no noticeable branding. It is sold under the drug name, Oxandrolone.
However, there may be variations in the color and size depending on the lab that you source it from.