Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

17a-methyl-1-androstene-3-one-17b-ol (M1T)


M1T is a methylated oral steroid first researched in the 1950??s for medical purposes but never introduced as a prescription drug. M1T was sold over the counter as a supplement until January of 2005, when it was banned as an illegal anabolic steroid.

M1T is significantly more anabolic than androgenic, but is still fairly androgenic. Androgenic side effects such as acne, hair loss, and heightened blood pressure and cholesterol are a concern.

M1T cannot convert to estrogen, but being a Primobolan derivative it has moderate progestational activity, so risks of side effects such as gynecomastia and bloating are still present.

M1T inhibits the enzyme 11-beta hydroxylase, causing a water loading effect in which the muscles swell due to water retention. This effect can bring instant gratification because the user appears to have put on instant size, but this engorged look will dissipate quickly once the cycle ends.

Side effects associated with M1T are lethargy on cycle due to the high anabolic to androgenic ratio of M1T and liver stress. Stacking M1T with a more androgenic steroid can help balance the cycle and resolve this issue.

Typical dosage of M1T falls in the range of 5-10 mg/day for cycles of 6-8 weeks, while some users go as high as 20 mg/day. Cycles longer than 8 weeks are not recommended.

M1T is a very potent mass builder, but it does come with a long list of side effects. Watch out for acne, hair loss, liver stress, lethargy, and gynecomastia. M1T was outlawed in 2005 so its availability is very limited. Due to its harsh side effects, it may not be for everyone.
Supplements with this ingredient:
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