AVG Turinabol 20mg
|International Brand Name
|50 x Tabs
Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone, the generic name for the more recognized brand Oral Turinabol, is a potent derivative of Dianabol. This oral steroid is structurally a cross between methandrostenolone and clostebol (4-chlorotestosterone), having the same base structure as Dianabol with the added 4-chloro alteration of clostebol. This alteration makes chlorodehydromethyltestosterone a milder cousin of Dianabol, the new steroid displaying no estrogenic and a much less androgenic activity in comparison to its more famous counterpart. The anabolic activity of chlorodehydromethyltestosterone is somewhat lower than that of Dianabol as well, but it does maintain a much more favorable balance of anabolic to androgenic effect. This means that at any given level of muscle-building activity, chlorodehydromethyltestosterone will be less likely to produce androgenic side effects.
Oral Turinabol became a steroid of infamy during the 1990s, when it was revealed that the drug had been one of the closely held secrets inside the “East German Doping Machine.” This is referring to the state-sponsored doping program, called “State Plan Research Theme 14.25,” that operated in East Germany between 1974 and 1989. It was an aggressive anabolic steroid administration program, designed with one goal in mind: cheating the Olympic drug test. In many cases, the Olympic athletes, both male and female, were unwitting participants, simply told by their trainers and coaches that they were being given “vitamins.” Many of these blue vitamins turned out to be Oral Turinabol, a potent and undetectable (at the time) anabolic steroid. As many as 10,000 athletes were given anabolic steroids during the time the program was active, many of them taking Oral Turinabol.