24,80 € per 25
Quantity: 100 mg/ml
Pack: 10 ml
Steroid cycle: bulking
Active substance: Testosterone Propionate
Testosterone Propionate is similar to enanthate, cypionate, and sustanon. However, compared to enanthate or cypionate, propionate is a much shorter ester and will release more quickly into the bloodstream. As a result of its short action, more frequent (daily) injections are required to prevent steroid blood levels from tapering down and becoming ineffective. An injection schedule of every third day is about the longest you would want to perform using propionate to achieve good results. For best results - daily injections are more suitable given the nature of this agent. Peak propionate levels take place after 24-36 hours and taper down from there.
Testosteron propionát has a short active life of 2-3 days. It has a short half life and is active in the system only a day after injection. Testosteron propionát is one of the componenets of the four testosterone ester blend Sustanon, and, along with Phenylpropionate, is the reason why more frequent injections are required with Sustanon (to take full advantage of all esters in the blend). Testosteron propionát has the same benefits of every other testosterone along with the advantage of being fast acting. Another advantage of Testosteron propionát when compared to other steroids is that the level of water retention and water based gains on cycle are lower when compared to counterparts such as Testosterone Enanthate or Testosterone Cypionate. The benefits of testosterone, such as improved muscle pumps can be seen very soon after propionate is administered due to its short half life and related length of activation.
HOW DOES IT WORKS?
As a short-lived oil based injectable, most will want to opt for doses of 100 - 300 mg every day to every other day. Those of a lighter stature seeking to use it for cutting purposes may want to make that every 2nd or 3rd day, or add Proviron as a precaution instead, 100 - 200 mg/day sufficing in most cases. The site of injection is best rotated each time, or problem can occur. The compound is irritative and the damage to the skin and underlying tissue can cause some cosmetic problems if it becomes repetitive. Subcutaneously , balls of fat or tissue can build up. In most cases these need to surgically removed. So rotating is wise.
Since Testosteron propionát is indeed simply another form of injectable testosterone, the side effects associated with it are for the most part those commonly encountered with any type of testoserone compound. For more specific information about these, including those that may effect women.
Far more than the other testosterone esters, for the possible exception of Sustanon, users of Testosteron propionát will often complain of injection site irratation and swelling. Some individuals find that the reaction that they experience with the ester is so bad in fact that they will have to cease administration of the compound. As well, due to the frequent injections of the compound and the possibility of injection site irritation, it is advisible that users rotate injection sites as frequently as possible so that no complications arise.
Some users also anecdotally report that they are much more likely to experience low grade fevers when using Testosteron propionát in comparison to other testosterone compounds. This symptom will usually only persist for a few days to a week or more, but can sometimes last far longer.
As should be expected with an ester such as Propionate, suppression of endogenous testosterone production will occur quite soon after the intial administration of the drug. The usual protocal of post-cycle therapy and possibly the use of human chorionic gonadotropin during the cycle should be followed, but no special considerations need to be taken into account because of this.