Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

Methyl 1-testosterone (17aa-1-testosterone)

Methyl 1-testosterone AKA 17aa-1-testosterone is the methylated version of the steroid 1-testosterone. This structural modification makes steroids much more orally bioavailable by inhibiting breakdown in the liver.

Now illegal in the United States (but still available in the UK) reputation has this as the most effective legal prohormone/steroid product to ever hit the market. On the flip side, most users report a numerous side effects. It does not have a long history of use or a well-established safety profile, and proper precautions should be taken.

Methyl 1-test doesn't convert to estrogen and is highly anabolic and moderately androgenic. When compared to orally administered methyltestosterone, methyl 1-test is 910-1600% as anabolic and 100-220% as androgenic.

Reported side effects include lethargy, which can range from mild to severe, increased blood pressure, bloating, joint pains, cramps, mild headaches, insomnia, aggressiveness, and irritability.

Many users also find that methyl 1-test decreases appetite, which can be harmful or beneficial depending on one's goals. These side effects can be reduced by lowering dosage or taking smaller doses more frequently.

Another concern with methyl 1-test (and methylated steroids in general) is hepatotoxicity. Other substances that are toxic to the liver (such as alcohol) should be avoided to avoid placing extra stress on the liver. Milk thistle, alpha lipoic acid, and N-acetyl-cysteine are commonly recommended to help protect the liver.

When taking methyl 1-test, it is best to start out with at least a week at a dose of 5-10 mg to see how you react. Many find a lower dose to be just as effective as a higher one, but with less side effects. Most seem to find their ideal dose to be in the 10-30 mg range. Cycle length should be kept short, in the range of 1-4 weeks.
Supplements with this ingredient:
None (for now)

Links to additional information on Methyl 1-testosterone (17aa-1-testosterone)
M-1-t (Methyl-1-testosterone) (Added on 5/23/2012)
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M1T Methyl 1-Test Prosteroid Review (Added on 5/23/2012)

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