Triumphalis Information (Prohormones)

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Ingredients
Manufactured by:
Iron Legion

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 90

Active Ingredient
3,3-azo-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol - 15mg

Other stuff
Gelatin, magnsium stearate.

Bottle recommended dosage: Take 2-3 capsules daily for 4 weeks with on cycle support finish with a proper post cycle therapy and post cycle support.

Triumphalis and it's active compound, 3,3-azo-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol, are very new, having just appeared on the marketing in March 2013. Some logs are being run right now, but as of the writing of this, there's not much information available.

There are a few things we can specualte on though. 3,3-azo-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol is structurally similar to Epistane, Stanozolol, and Furazabol. It's also very similar to Superdrol in it's Anabolic/Androgenic ratios. We weren't able to find any information on the conversion rates, however we know that it does not aromatize, and has strong nitrogen balance without any excess water retention.

The recommended dosage is 2-3 caps a day, or 30-45mg. For a Superdrol dose, that would be high. For the sake of looking at some numbers, let's say it converts at 50%. That would put the Superdrol dosage at 15-20mg, which would be in line with a common dosage used by many Superdrol users.

So for right now, we'll just have to play the waiting game and see how results shake out.

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3,3-azo-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol (Methyldiazirinol)

As of 26 March 2013, an apparently new-to-the-street compound. There's still a lot of speculation on this one, and not a whole lot of information. Credit goes to TotalFlexBlog for the following (edited) information.

Methyldiazirinol was first synthesized by researchers at Lederle Laboratories, a subsidiary of American Cyanamid. Their results were reported in 1965. They patented the invention in 1966. Lederle/American Cyanamid also synthesized some 2a-cyano-substituted compounds similar to Cynostane.

Methyldiazirinol was one of many steroids listed in Julius Vida's Androgens and Anabolic Agents. In a section detailing “Compounds displaying decreased androgenic activity coupled with increased anabolic activity”, the 3,3-azo steroid is listed alongside steroids such as oxandrolone (anavar), methenolone (primobolan), stanozolol (winstrol) and norbolethone (one version of “the Clear”).

According to the Lederle Laboratories researchers, the Methyldiazirinol has an oral anabolic:androgenic ratio of 300:20 when compared to methyl testosterone, giving it a "Q factor" of 15. This provides anabolic to androgenic effects similar to the recently-banned methasterone (superdrol), which was reported to have an anabolic:androgenic ratio of 400:20.

Methyldiazirinol was never commercialised, though they continued to explore the possibilities of the diazirine group in other (non-steroidal) molecules. Methyldiazirinol was first released onto the dietary supplement market as Iron Legion Triumphalis (2013).

Street rumble speculates effects similar to that of dymethazine.

Gelatin

Gelatin is a tasteless substance created from collagen found in animal skin and bones. It is used to thicken liquid in processed foods as well as having applications in photography, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. Gelatin is found in many forms of candy, marshmallows, Jell-O, and some types of yogurt. Gelatin can be bought in many grocery stores for use in home cooking. In the vast majority of cases, gelatin is not harmful to the consumer.

Magnesium Stearate

Magnesium stearate is often used as a diluent in the manufacture of medical tablets, capsules and powders. In this regard, the substance is also useful, because it has lubricating properties, preventing ingredients from sticking to manufacturing equipment during the compression of chemical powders into solid tablets.

Magnesium stearate is the most commonly used lubricant for tablets. Studies have shown that magnesium stearate may affect the release time of the active ingredients in tablets, but not that it reduces the over-all bioavailability of those ingredients.