Anapolon (Oxymetholone) first appeared on the drug market in the early 1960s and was intended for the treatment of anemia, osteoporosis, appetite stimulation and muscle tissue growth. Although other studies have shown that for the treatment of these pathologies, nonsteroidal drugs are much more effective, this drug has always found its consumer and is used in professional bodybuilding.
Oxymetholone is considered one of the most effective anabolic drugs when light athletes have already developed some resistance to lighter steroids. The effectiveness of this drug is several times greater than that of testosterone. It is a molecule that has the ability to provide incredible gains in mass and strength in a very short time. In terms of effects, it is quite similar to the famous dianabol, with the difference that it is more powerful than the latter and that the side effects will be more consistent. Originally available in oral form, oxymetholone is very toxic; because of this, its use is often limited to 4-6 weeks maximum.
Athletes need doses of 250-350 mg anapolon per weeks. On the course, it is desirable to monitor the liver of the kidneys. Due to the high water accumulation, it is also necessary to monitor the blood pressure.
First, Anapolon is an extremely toxic anabolic for the liver: so avoid exceeding 4-6 weeks of use; a liver in bad condition is immediately felt by a big tiredness, a lack of energy, a loss of appetite, but also a difficulty to assimilate the proteins, etc. Due to its estrogenic nature, it can cause gynecomastia in some cases, as well as an excess of water retention that may, in turn, cause an increase in blood pressure. It will therefore be necessary to use an aromatase inhibitor and perform blood tests, in order to better control its estrogen levels. This steroid will further negatively impact your cholesterol level: it will contribute to the increase of bad cholesterol (LDL) and the decrease of the good (HDL); in the long run, this cholesterol can accumulate in the arteries and cause some cardiovascular problems.