This prohormone is very useful for lifting weights. The chemical name of Halodrol is Chlorodehydromethylandrostenediol-CDMA (4-chloro-17amethyl-androst-1,4-diene-3b,17b-diol), otherwise called HD and H-Drol. Halodrol works by stimulating the circulation system and adhering to the muscle cell walls. This causes a response which is beneficial for the synthesis of protein. This prompts a development of muscle tissue that will in the end become muscle gains. This assists in ab development, improves vascularity and enhances the dry look of muscles. Water retention is prevented. It is very anabolic to androgenic compounds when cycled while preventing the danger of aromatization.
It is also a very popular fat eliminator.
Gaspari Nutrition brought out this product in 2006. Rich Gaspari called it a clone of Oral-Turinabol (otherwise called Tbol and Oral Tbol), an anabolic steroid made by in the mid 1960s by Jenapharm, an East German pharmaceutical organization. It also had some properties of Madol. In spite of the fact that Halodrol was prohibited by specialists and the doctors, there are still clones of this prohormone.
A daily dosage of 50 mg is recommended to measure your resilience to this prohormone. If suitable, raise to a dose of 75 mg in 3 to 4 days in case you’re not feeling any negative side-effects. Weight lifters say that 125 mg a day is the optimal dosage. Halodrol can give you an “alpha male” feeling very quickly. Visual outcomes can take as short as fourteen days. Halodrol cycles run for 5 days to about a month and a half (regardless of whether you’re utilizing it as an individual prohormone or combining it with other compounds). It should never be combined with non-methylated substances. One dose can be taken at the beginning of the day and another at night. On-cycle support is a must. Care should be taken to prevent liver ailments and cardiovascular diseases.
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