D-Zine Information (Prohormones)
Competetive Edge Labs (CEL)
Serving size: 1 capsule
Servings per container: 75
Other ingredients: Cellulose, Gelatin
Bottle recommended dosage: 1 capsule 2 to 3 times evenly spaced per day. Don't exceed 6 weeks of continued usage. Take at least an 8 week break between cycles.
Warning: o not use this product if you are under 21 years of age. This product should not be used by women. Do not use this product if you have high blood pressure, diabetes, or any other physical and/or psychiatric condition.
Company blurb: D-Zine is a pro-anabolic compound that is thought to help increase stored glycogen, nitrogen retention, and androgen receptor activation. It is commonly used by those looking to achieve gains in lean muscle and strength, as well as in muscle fullness and vascularity. Since it doesn't aromatize, users generally report little to no fluid retention.
Hmmm... I'm getting a lot of mixed signals on this one. Some people claim good results, but others claim little to no effect. For most, the answer probably lies somewhere in the middle.
Yes, a methyl, so you your liver support.
2,17-dimethyl-5-androstan-17-ol-3,3'-azine (Dymethazine)I'm seeing this compound also referred to as Dymethazine, so it must be a chemical nomenclature equivalent to 17b-hydroxy-2a,17b-dimethyl-5a-androstan-3-one-azine, which is also named Dymethazine according to my research.
Dymethazine (aka Dimethazine) is a DHT derived compound that's essentially a double bonded Superdrol with an Azine bridge. Users report results similar to dry, non-aromatizing products such as Epistane with accompanying muscle and strength gains.
Dimethazine was a prescribed steroid that has been around since 1962 when it was presented in the literature. Dimethazine is basically an oral Masterone (drostanolone propionate). Published reports indicate Dimethazine possesses an androgenic rating of 96 and an anabolic rating of 210. Furthermore it seems to possess little to no estrogenic or progestational activity.
Dimethazine is an oral c-17alpha alkylated steroid that is Liver toxic to a degree. Note that in studies administering 20mg per day to patients for 45-95 days, dimethazine was shown to induce modest to moderate bilirubinemia (excess bilirubin in the blood, indicative of hepatic stress) in close to 50% of patients. Approximately 25% of the patients noticed substantial increases in serum transaminases. These results suggest this steroid has significant hepatoxicity and should therefore be limited to shorter durations of use.