Because of its reduced anabolic power, methenolone acetate is often used in stack and during slimming periods. For a larger weight gain, athletes stack the methenolone acetate with stronger anabolic. For cycles of slimming, it can be combined for greater efficiency with another slimming product such as Winstrol. Finally, we must note that methenolone acetate gives a particularly voracious appetite, which naturally promotes weight gain.
The main feature of methenolone acetate tablets is that it is absolutely not toxic to the liver or other organs, unlike Winstrol and many other oral anabolic. This is because there is no alpha alkylated and this makes it one of the least dangerous oral steroids. Moreover, as it has a little androgenic compound, its side effects are nonexistent when taken at usual doses. So there is usually no water retention or virilization or gynecomastia with this product, except of course for susceptible cases or cases of very high doses.
The usual doses used by bodybuilders range from 75 to 150 mg per day depending on the weight and experience of the subject.
The authorities have classified Primobolan too as an illegal steroid but it is easily available in the black market. The worrying factor about Primobolan drugs being sold in the black market is that there is enough evidence to suggest massive counterfeiting and adulteration with this drug in this market. Since Primobolan has such an impressive cult-following, it is pretty easy to guess the number of enthusiasts looking for this drug in the market and many of them are being conned by black market agents with sufficient ease. This has to be effectively controlled by the governing authorities immediately.
Primobolan (Methenolone Acetate) is void of the typical C17-alpha alkylation common in nearly all oral anabolic steroids, and therefore Primobolan presents no measurable hepatotoxic effects on the body. Oral Primobolan has failed to demonstrate any changes in liver enzyme values that would be cause for concern. Primobolan in particular does possess in its own right a resistance to hepatic metabolism and breakdown, and only one incidence of a death resultant of hepatotoxicity and liver failure from oral Primobolan has been recorded in one male elderly individual who was prescribed the compound for the purpose of treating anemia. Therefore, higher doses of oral Primobolan can indeed be utilized but it must be noted that oral Primobolan does still possess a measure of resistance to metabolism and breakdown in the liver, and therefore the risk of hepatotoxicity from Primobolan must not be completely ignored, especially as doses of the oral format are increased to higher and higher amounts.