D-Plex Information (Prohormones)

D-Plex by

Manufactured by:
Competetive Edge Labs (CEL)

Serving Size
1 capsule

Servings per Container

17-a-methyl-etioallocholan-17b-ol-3-hydroxyimine - 25mg

Recommended use
Take 3 to 4 capsules daily in divided doses, no more than 2 capsules per time, not to exceed 4 capsules daily. Do not take within 4 hours of bedtime. Do not exceed 6 weeks of continued usage. Take at least an 8 week break between cycles of this product.

D-Plex contains the same compound as The One, a prohormone marketed by Applied Nutriceuticals. it's essentially essentially mestanolone (methyl DHT) with a 3-oxime group.

I'm reading real-world doses of 150mg daily+, quite a bit more than recommended by the bottle. I read a couple of logs of people using this to combat gyno. D-Plex is methylated, so I wouldn't be dosing it too high.

The half-life of D-Plex has been reported to be 8-10 hours, so it's best to split dosages into two dosing times at least 8 hours apart.

D-Plex isn't known for being a great gainer. Gains in the 2-6lb range have been reported and most users also report a very slight decrease in body fat. An OTC PCT is probably adequate.

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17-a-methyl-etioallocholan-17b-ol-3-hydroxyimine (D-Plex)

Alternate nomenclatures:
17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol-3-one oxime

Also called:
D-plex, The One

First appeared being marketed as "The One" by Applied Nutriceuticals, this is essentially mestanolone (methyl DHT) with a 3-oxime group.

Taken orally, the oxime group should be fairly efficiently hydrolysed by the stomach acids, leaving plain methyl DHT, and so it can be considered a prohormone to it. Some will survive the acid bath, and the results experienced will be partly from the mestanolone metabolite, and partly from the compound as described by Vida.

17a-methyl-etioallocholan-17b-ol-3-hydroxyimine is outdated. Etioallocholan is the old name for dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, the masculinising metabolite in testosterone. DHT doesn't really build muscles, but it does cause the typically male side effects, such as increased aggression.