The use of stanozolol

The use of stanozolol

Stanozolol is a steroid that comes in both oral and injectable versions, water-based or oil-based, although the oily one is very hard to find and has a short (but not as relevant) half-life.
In the oral version, its half-life is on average 6 to 8 hours, which can vary from person to person. Thus, their administration must be relatively frequent with the fractionation of the daily dose. In contrast, in the injectable aqueous version, its half-life is only one day, requiring daily or every other day administration (which is the most common form). In the oil version, this half-life can be up to 2 or 3 days, then it is administered on average every 2 days. Both injection versions are to be administered by deep intramuscular injection.

Oral administration of the aqueous injectable version

Oral administration of the aqueous injectable version
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There is a third way of administration of stanozolol, which is the oral administration of an aqueous injectable version. Since it is also 17-AA (although injectable), stanozolol will resist hepatic metabolism and perform the same functions as when using tablets, remembering that whenever you think of using oral steroids, the loss and bioavailability of part of the substance will be much lower. than compared to the injection option. And that is why, as a rule, oral doses are slightly higher than injection doses.
Stanozolol is usually found in capsules or tablets of 5 and 10 mg. In the injectable versions (both aqueous and oily), the most common dosages are 50 or 100 mg per ml. Today, stanozolol is commonly sold in clandestine laboratories and is no longer found in the original, traditional market as it is in pharmacies. The best known brand is Landerlan.

The use of stanozolol by women

The use of stanozolol by women

Women are also very adept at using stanozolol. However, they should be aware that the saturation of virilization with the substance is much higher than, for example, with drugs such as oxandrolone. The effects on the cardiovascular system and the suppression of the hormonal axis of the body are also much more intense with stanozolol.
Although it gives a greater effect than oxandrolone, women who are inexperienced or even do not want such significant results are not recommended to use stanozolol.
The most common doses of stanozolol used by women are around 20 to 50 mg per day. It is often combined with another substance, such as boldenone, nandrolone (in cases where more volume is needed) or even oxandrolone, although using two 17-aa in one cycle is not recommended.
However, there are combinations with GH which has become a widely used drug in the professional, amateur and/or simply aesthetic world. All of these combinations and dosages vary depending on the individual.
Usually, the greatest caution to be taken during a course of stanozolol in women concerns the hepatic factor, and the recommendations made previously also apply to these (diet, use of hepatoprotectors, good fluid intake, etc. )