PHARMA TEST P 100 (testosterone) was synthesized in 1935 by the German biochemist Adolf Butenandt and Swiss chemist Leopold Ruzicka, both of whom received a Nobel Prize for their work.
Testosterone is the main human sex hormone, which directly affects the development of the testes and prostate, has a significant impact on the construction of muscle tissue, bone density, and strength. In addition, testosterone is to a large extent responsible for dozens of functions in the human body: common health, well-being, increased libido, energy, immunity, prevention of osteoporosis (loss of bone density) and possible protection against heart disease. Maintenance of higher testosterone levels in older men has been shown to improve many of the parameters expected to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases, such as increased lean body mass, decreased visceral fat, decreased total cholesterol and glycemic control. It determines not only the differences between the sexes but, for example, regulates the population of thromboxane A2 receptors on megakaryocytes and platelets and therefore platelet aggregation in humans.
Testosterone is highly valued by athletes for its ability to promote strong increases in muscle mass and strength. As a natural hormone, it remains the most popular anabolic steroid and is generally used as the basis for all cycles and batteries.
For use in bodybuilding, testosterone is almost always used as an ester or injectable suspension because of the low oral bioavailability and the practical impossibility of high-dose transdermal or sublingual administration. All forms of testosterone in the broad sense are the same: active agent testosterone + attached ester, which determines the release time and active life of the compound. In summary: long esters release the active agent into the blood slowly, but provide a stable hormone level for a long time (depending on the ester), without creating peaks.
It should be noted that in humans, about 5% of testosterone undergoes a reduction of 5α to form the more powerful androgen, dihydrotestosterone (DHT), also called androstanolone. On the other hand, about 0.3% of testosterone is converted to estradiol (the main female sex hormone) by aromatase, an enzyme expressed in the brain, liver, and adipose tissue. Therefore, do not forget to take precautions to avoid the respective side effects. Therefore, we recommend performing blood tests and taking aromatase inhibitors at cycle (if necessary, preferably anastrozole) and SERM (clomiphene, toremifene) during post-cycle treatment ( PCT).
Dosage of PHARMA TEST P 100
Testosterone propionate has a half-life of 1-1.5 days due to the shorter propionate ester compared to longer esterified testosterone variants
For a real anabolic benefit, testosterone propionate in humans the dose is 300 to 700 mg per week,
Side Effects of PHARMA TEST P 100
The following is a list of possible side effects that may occur in medicines that contain Testosterone Propionate This is not an exhaustive list. These side effects are possible but do not always happen. Some of the side effects may be rare, but serious Consult your doctor if you notice any of the following side effects, especially if they do not want to go away.
Changes in liver function tests
Increase or decrease in sexual desire
Pain at the injection site
Increase in the number of red blood cells
Sperm formation disturbed