TTOKKYO Trenbolone Hexhydrobenzylcarbonate Parabolan 76.5mg
Trenbolone is one of the most coveted anabolic steroids among bodybuilders, due to its sheer power at building lean muscle mass, whilst simultaneously burning fat (without causing water retention). Aromatization, or the stimulation of estrogen receptors, will not occur on Trenbolone. Thus, some assume that Trenbolone cannot cause gynecomastia — which is not accurate.
Due to its versatility, Trenbolone can be successfully utilized during cutting or bulking cycles, making it one of the most aesthetically pleasing AAS on the market.
Although it may not cause excessive increases in overall weight gain, its ability to add lean muscle tissue is only rivaled by the likes of Dianabol and Anadrol.
However, as with any drug, if there are notable benefits, there are also equally notable drawbacks — and Trenbolone isn’t the exception.
Trenbolone Acetate may be the most potent steroid on the market for rapidly transforming a user’s physique; however, it could be argued that it’s also among the most harmful (both physiologically and psychologically).
Note: Different esters of Trenbolone (such as Acetate and Enanthate) will produce the same side effects, as they are essentially the same compound. However, due to the varying length in esters and serum testosterone levels peaking at different speeds; the timing of side effects will occur at different stages.
For example, users will experience side effects sooner during a cycle of Trenbolone Acetate, whereas it may take 1-2 weeks later to notice the same level of effects on Enanthate (due to it being a longer ester).
Trenbolone Side Effects
1. Cholesterol & Blood Pressure
The most damaging side effect of Trenbolone is its effects on cholesterol, causing an increase in cardiovascular strain and left ventricular hypertrophy.
Regular use of Trenbolone and other anabolic steroids could ultimately result in cardiomyopathy (heart disease), particularly in users with a genetic predisposition to cardiovascular implications.
We do not advise Trenbolone use; however, should any of our readers choose to go down this route, it is recommended to perform regular cardiovascular workouts, whilst supplementing with 4g/day of fish oil. This will help to decrease blood pressure and maximize blood flow to and from the heart.
Such measures will not completely reverse cardiovascular strain from Trenbolone; however, they may help to subdue the risk of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).
Trenbolone should not be stacked with any oral steroids, such as Dianabol, Anadrol or Winstrol, due to their devastating effects on cholesterol levels. Orals are particularly damaging to the heart, as they stimulate hepatic lipase in the liver; an enzyme responsible for decreasing HDL cholesterol (the healthy cholesterol that reduces plaque build-up).
All anabolic steroids will suppress natural testosterone production, as the administration of exogenous testosterone causes the body to cease endogenous production.
Thus, when you cycle steroids, your overall testosterone levels shoot up, but your natural testosterone levels plummet, as the body detects excessive hormone levels.
This causes a transient effect that ultimately leads to a crash post-cycle when Trenbolone injections cease.
Due to the potent nature of Trenbolone, users can expect to be fully ‘shut down’ post-cycle, due to it severely affecting the HPTA axis. Thus, natural testosterone levels can take several weeks or months to recover back to standard levels, with the duration depending on the dosage taken, length of the cycle and PCT protocol (which can accelerate this recovery period).
During this transition period, where testosterone levels are shut down, users can experience depression, erectile dysfunction, diminished libido, low energy levels and decreased overall wellbeing.