Super-DMZ Rx Ingredients
17b-hydroxy-2a,17b-dimethyl-5a-androstan-3-one-azine (Dymethazine)Trade Name: Dymethazine
Dymethazine (aka mebolazine) was brought to market by iForce Nutrition in 2009, however, despite Dymethazine being 'legal' it was largely taken off the market due to recent FDA activities. Despite this, clones of the original Dymethazine have already been brought to the market. Dymethazine and DZine are interchangeable featuring the same compound (2,17-dimethyl-5-androstan-17-ol-3,3-one-azine)
Dymethazine is an azine, two superdrol molecules attached to each other by a nitrogen atom. Stomach acid separates the two superdrol molecules from each other, after which they make their way to the androgen receptors. Dymethazine is also known as mebalozine.
Dymethazine is nearly identical to Superdrol, except it's two (as opposed to one) superdrol molecules attached to each other. Your body's stomach acid separates these two molecules prior to absorption, so it becomes a single molecule with two potential pathways. Despite this difference, Superdrol remains the more powerful compound.
The one advantage Dymethazine has over Superdrol is the lower likelihood/greater managability of side effects. Dymethazine is an incredibly potent compound and carries the same risks as any other powerful anabolic steroid or pro-hormone.
In a study, patients were administered Dymethazine for 45+ days. Liver values did not change for 50% of patients, while the other 50% noticed only modest to moderate increases in liver values. So, while Dymethazine can increase liver values, it is not as harsh as the current strong methyls currently available.
Dymethazine features 0% ability to aromatize and expresses an extremely weak androgenic activity. This means Dymethazine will produce gain with little to no liver impact and will cause no estrogen related side effects.
Estradiene dion-3-ketaOK, there is evidentally a big mystery around this. I ultimately ended up on Patrick Arnold's blog, where he talks about this new "mystery steroid".
You can read part 1 and part 2 for yourself, Here are relevant excerpts:
The first name used for this was 3-ethylenedioxy-stem-5(10),9(11)-dien-17-one. Although they bastardized this name it is pretty clear they are referring to 3,3-ethylenedioxy-estra-5(10),9(11)-17-one.
The ingredient is referred to most commonly as Ethylene Deltenone, and is a readily available synthetic intermediate used in China for manufacture of some progesterone derivative drugs.
What it is, in organic chem speak, is the 3,3-ethylene ketal of estra-4,9-diene-3,17-dione. Estra-4,9-diene-3,17-dione, as you may know, was a popular prohormone ingredient that was commonly (and somewhat erroneously) referred to as "tren".
What we have here is (possibly) a "tren" pro-drug--a chemical derivative of "tren" that might convert to "tren" in the body.
Bottom line then is that this is the first ketone derivative of a controlled anabolic steroid to hit the market. Whether it fully converts into its original compound via double bond isomerization in-vivo is still up for debate.
I suggest reading parts 1 and 2 through the links above for hte full story.
So... the just is still out. Does this work or not? Sides? Effectiveness? Why all the mystery? I recommend staying away until these questions get answered.