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Winstrol Depot


Winstrol Depot 50 mg / 1 ml

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    Winstrol Depot, the world's third most used anabolic steroid, is now known to anyone who is in the world of top sport, especially athletics and bodybuilding. But it will certainly not be unknown for cyclists, swimmers and skiers who are interested in doping. The Canadian sprinter Benjamin Johnson, who was positively tested for stanozolol during the Olympic Games in South Korea in 1988, was also notified of this anabolic drug and was subsequently awarded a gold medal for proven doping. However, Winstrol Depot has been known to the scientific and medical community since 1959. For the first time, it was marketed by the pharmaceutical company Winthrop. In 1961, the American firm Sterling purchased a patent for the US market and began to sell stanozolol under the commercial name Winstrol.


    The dosage of Winstrol Depot is individual, each user has different experiences from the available information. In fact, Stanozolol is one of the few steroids that does not have a clearly defined and recommended dose among athletes, but even so, the belief is that high doses are useless. In case of tablet swallowing, the daily dose of stanozolol is divided into two doses and the total daily dose is between 10 and 30 mg. The user injects Winstrol Depot every second or third day, sometimes every day. Athletes often combine stanozolol with other androgen preparations for better desired results. Many athletes have suffered from the fact that stanozolol is left in the body for a long time. It can be found at doping control about 3 weeks after the last tablet use and even 3-5 months after the last injection.

    Side effects:

    Risks associated with Winstrol Depot use. A person taking any anabolic drug without a medical indication is exposed to the following risks:
    increased fatigue, liver damage, gynecomastia (male breast growth), explosiveness, aggressiveness and severe mood swings, decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, hot flushes, depression and anxiety, increased risk of water retention and subsequent hypertension excessive hair loss sometimes resulting in alopecia, increased cholesterol, impaired lipid metabolism.

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