Turinabol (2) Raws

Turinabol (2)
Turinabol (2)
  • Model: Steroids-017
  • 1000 Kilogram in Stock

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Oral Turinabol Powder For Increase Muscle Mass

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Understanding Turinabol From A Scientific Perspective

Oral Turinabol has the scientific name of Chlorodehydro Methyltestosterone, also referred to as Dehydrochlor Methyltestosterone or DHCMT. Broadly, all anabolic steroids can be classified into two categories: endogenous steroids and exogenous steroids. Endogenous steroids are ones naturally produced by the human body such as testosterone and dihydro testosterone. Exogenous steroids are altered versions of endogenous steroids designed by pharmaceutical companies in an attempt to create steroids with more desirable properties including oral bio-availability, increased anabolic effects and lowered androgenic or masculinizing side effects.


Assuming you are lifting weights and training like a bodybuilder, it is more than possible to increase your lean muscle mass when using Turinabol. Remember, Turinabol is a derivative of dianabol, which is one of the most effective anabolic steroids in the world when it comes to muscle growth and recovery.


Where did Turinabol come from?

Chlorodehydro methyltestosterone was first described in 1962. Soon after this point, the East German pharmaceutical company Jenapharm released the drug for prescription sale and medical usage, under the brand name Oral-Turinabol.

How do we test for Turinabol?

Turinabol is detected by identifying distinct metabolites in the urine of the athlete. In general, this is the case for most oral-exogenous steroids. When oral-exogenous steroids enter the body, they are heavily metabolized by the gastrointestinal tract and liver resulting in the creation of structurally distinct metabolites, excreted into the urine. Anti-doping tests are intended to identify these unique metabolites in the urine of the athlete, using techniques such as gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). These metabolites will be excreted by the body for a period of time, after which Oral-Turinabol itself can no longer be detected in the urine.