Formula concentration: 250mg/ml - 10ml per vial
Affinity for conversion to estrogen: Moderate to high
Sustanon is a relatively unique product available on the market. Created in the 70’s, it was relatively new at the time because it was not a single chemical, but a combination of different versions of the same basic, active compound.
These different versions have the same primary impact on the body, but differ in their release and processing times. This means Sustanon will become active in the body as soon as one day after administration, and remain so in one way or another for around 3 weeks.
The three different versions specifically, are:
- Testosterone Propionate - the
fastest acting version, with a half-life of only 4.5 days, each millilitre
would provide 30 milligrams
- Testosterone Phenylpropionate - a
more moderate version, with a half life of roughly 3 days, which is provided in
an amount of 60 milligrams
- Testosterone Isocaproate - a
similarly rapid acting version to that of propionate, with a half-life of 4.5
days, provided in a 60-milligram dose here
- Testosterone Decanoate - a
slow-acting version, with a 7 to 8 days half-life, provided here in an amount
of 100 milligrams
The above-mentioned timeframes mean most users employing Sustanon for recreational or competitive goals will likely only use it in a single administration each week. It also seems to provide a better impact on the user milligram for milligram than any other version alone, most likely due to the greater free testosterone the structure of this compound has.
The most common amount taken by athletic and recreational users is between 250, all the way up to 2000 milligrams, administered once every 7 to 10 days. This is usually carried out for a period of 8 to 12 weeks. Although some users have reported continuous use for up to a year.
The positive outcome many experience is a substantial increase in muscle and force capacity, a quicker and greater recovery from strenuous training or competition, and a greater bone density and red blood cell count, which will likely lead to less fractures, and greater work capacity, respectively.
But, this doesn’t come without its shortomings too. Lean tissue is not the only cause of mass gain. Water retention and fat gain are significant, although it has been reported as less that with other agents. Hepatic strain isn’t really an issue here either. But, the endogenous manufacturing of testosterone is, and means those utilizing it will need to consider a Post Cycle Therapy regime, after its use has ended.
Any women who use it should also be wary of virilizing effetcs, as its not recommended for this population for exactly these reasons. Those who do decide to use it should keep dosing very low and consider the use of DHT blockers like Finasteride.
|Package||1 vial (10 ml/vial)|
|Substance||Sustanon 250 mg/ml|