What is ANADROL?
Oxymetholone, also known by the brand names Anadrol and Anapolon, is an androgen and anabolic steroid that is an artificial form of a testosterone-like hormone.
Oxymetholone is a drug that is used to treat anemia (a loss of red blood cells), including chemotherapy-induced anemia. It has been used to treat osteoporosis, HIV/AIDS wasting disorder, and to help people gain weight and grow muscles.
What does ANADROL do to your body?
Anadrol aids in the production of RBC in the body as well as the protection of the body against illness and weight loss. It also helps you build muscle and heal faster.
Medical uses of ANADROL
The main therapeutic uses of oxymetholone are the treatment of anemia and osteoporosis, as well as the enhancement of muscle growth in malnourished or underdeveloped patients. Oxymetholone is extremely effective at facilitating significant body mass gains, owing to its ability to significantly increase protein synthesis.
What is ANADROL and how do I use it?
Those who want to try Anadrol for the first time can only take one 50 mg tablet at a time. It is possible to increase the daily dosage to two tablets, one tablet in the morning and one tablet in the evening, taken with meals, after a few days or better, after one week.
The daily dose varies from person to person. For any athlete, a daily dose of 0.5 to 0.8 mg per pound of bodyweight would be sufficient. In any case, an athlete does not take more than four tablets in a single day. We believe that a daily dose of three pills should not be exceeded.
Side effects of Anadrol
Anadrol’s most common side effects include:
- male pattern baldness,
- breast swelling or tenderness (in men or women),
- feeling restless or excited,
- sleep problems (insomnia),
- vomiting, and.