Sustalad 250 mg/ml (Sustanon)

Sustalad 250 mg/ml (Sustanon)
Sustalad 250 mg/ml (Sustanon)
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Sustalad 250 mg/ml (Sustanon)
Sustalad 250 mg/ml (Sustanon)
Sustalad 250 mg/ml (Sustanon)
Active ingredient: Testosterone isocaproate 60 mg, testosterone phenylpropionate 60 mg, testosterone... Read More
36.00€
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Package: 10 x 1 ml
  • Type: AMP
  • Active ingredient: Testosterone isocaproate 60 mg, testosterone phenylpropionate 60 mg, testosterone/ml propionate 30 mg, testosterone decanoate 100 mg/ml
  • Type: Anabolic steroid (Testosterone derivative)  
  • Form: Injections
  • Carrier oil: SSesame oil + MCT

Description 

Testosterone is the primary sex hormone in humans, it plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissues such as testes and prostate and woman both, as well as promoting secondary sexual characteristics such as increased muscle and bone mass and body hair for man. In addition, testosterone is involved in health and well-being and in the prevention of osteoporosis in both sexes. Insufficient levels of testosterone in men may lead to abnormalities including frailty and bone loss. Testosterone - has pronounced anabolic properties: increases muscle mass, accelerates protein synthesis, increasing recovery rate and the supply of glycogen in muscles etc. Testosterone controls an infinite number of processes in the body, which is the most common hormone in our body that is always necessary, because testosterone drugs are used both by elderly people with age hypogonadity and athletes on steroid cycle as a basis.

Mechanism of action

Testosterone binds to androgen receptors and is a precursor to another biologically active androgen, dihydrotestosterone, which is formed by exposure to testosterone of the enzyme 5α-reduction. Dihydrotestosterone has a 5 times greater ability to bind to androgen receptors.  Under the influence of these hormones, the receptor changes its structure and transmits a signal to the cell nucleus, where androgenic effects are realized by changing the activity of certain DNA genes. Testosterone can be converted to estrogen under the influence of aromatase (this feature is called aromatization). Predominantly estrogens, rather than testosterone, activate feedback through the hypothalamus-pituitary-testes axis and suppress the secretion of endogenous testosterone when exogenous drugs are administered. 

Medical Use

Testosterone