Description Methenolone Acetate Radjay Healthcare & Pharmaceutical 50mg:
Methenolone Acetate Radjay Healthcare & Pharmaceutical 50mg is a brand name for the anabolic steroid methenolone acetate. This agent is very similar in action to Primobolan® Depot (methenolone enanthate), except here the drug is designed for oral administration instead of injection. Methenolone acetate is a non-c17-alpha-alkylated oral steroid, one of only a few commercially available oral agents that presents limited liver toxicity to the user. It is also highly favored for its properties as a moderately effective anabolic with low androgenic and no estrogenic properties. It is, likewise, commonly used during cutting phases of training, when lean tissue growth and solid muscularity, not raw bulk, are the key objectives.
Methenolone Acetate Radjay Healthcare & Pharmaceutical 50mg was first described in 1960.577 Squibb would introduce the drug (as methenolone acetate) to the United States in 1962.578This agent was sold for a very short time as a 20 mg tablet, under the brand name of Nibal®. Schering in West Germany (now Bayer) would be granted rights to the drug that same year, and would sell it under the Primobolan® name. Nibal® was soon removed from the U.S. market, never to return as a commercial product. Schering now had exclusive patent rights to produce methenolone acetate, and would continue to sell the drug uninterrupted since 1962, and consumers had naturally come to identify methenolone acetate as a product of Schering.
Primobolan® has always been identified as a European steroid, and during the 1960’s and ’70’s was being offered for sale in such countries as Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Finland. At one time Schering also manufactured a 20 mg/ml oil-based injectable of methenolone acetate in limited markets (called Primobolan® Acetate), but it has been out of manufacture since 1993. Injectable methenolone acetate proved to be very popular for pre-contest cutting use, and was gravely missed among European competitors when discontinued. Although we still have the acetate in oral form, it is a close, but not equal, substitute (injection is a much more efficient form of delivery for this steroid).
Methenolone Acetate Radjay Healthcare & Pharmaceutical 50mg is prescribed as a lean tissue building anabolic agent, often used in cases where body wasting has occurred secondary to major surgery, infection, wasting disease, aggressive corticosteroid administration, or malnutrition. (Some clinicians also prescribe this agent for treating osteoporosis and sarcopenia, or the natural loss of muscle mass with aging). This steroid has also been used to promote weight gain in underweight premature infants and children in clinical studies, and was able to do so effectively and without signs of toxicity or undesirable effects.579Athletes have long favored the combined strong anabolic, weak androgenic, and non-estrogenic nature of this drug, which makes it very desirable for building lean muscularity without side effects.
Although Methenolone Acetate Radjay Healthcare & Pharmaceutical 50mg demonstrated a good record of clinical safety, Schering had withdrawn this drug from most markets by the early 2000s. No 50 mg versions are still in manufacture, and at most a select couple of products containing 5 mg or 25 mg may still be in circulation. The only confirmed sources for oral brand name Primobolan in recent years were in Japan and South Africa, and these were sold under the Schering name. It is unknown if any such products have been brought over to the new Bayer label. Aside from this, a very small number of pharmaceutical preparations containing methenolone acetate may still be in production.