As a steroid, superdrol provides very dry and hard gains that are really noticeable after about the second week of using the product. Gains of as much as 15lbs to 30lbs of muscle mass in a short 4 week cycle were very commonly reported by users. Gains in strength are also very noticeable, with most users reporting a 15% to 25% increase in their maximum lifts after using this drug for only a couple of short weeks.
While methyldrostanolone can stack well with most other steroids, it should never be stacked with another methylated (17aa) steroid.
Methyldrostanolone was developed in 1959 by Synex, but Superdrol in its actual form was never sold as a commercial medical product. Instead a modified version known as dimethazine was sold for a short period before being discontinued.
Due to the possible cardiovascular issues created by Superdrol, a healthy lifestyle will be imperative. Those with high blood pressure or cholesterol should not supplement with this steroid. If you are healthy enough for use a blood pressure and cholesterol friendly lifestyle will be imperative. The individual’s diet should be rich in omega fatty acids; daily fish oil supplementation is highly advised. The individual should also strictly limit saturated fats and simple sugars and ensure he implements daily cardiovascular activity into his routine. The use of a cholesterol antioxidant supplement is also highly advised.
Estrogenic Activity = none
The drug was being sold without restrictions as a nutritional supplement product, barring some minimum age disclaimers by the manufacturer. No State or Federal laws identify this drug as an anabolic steroid, which remove the legalities associated with being a Class III controlled substance like other steroids. This is simply due to the fact that methyldrostanolone was not in commerce at the time such laws were written, and was unknown to lawmakers. It was never legal to sell as a dietary supplement, however, and in late 2005 the FDA angrily acknowledged methyldrostanolone was being sold on the sports supplement market. In early 2006, the FDA sent letters to the manufacturer and a distributor demanding it be pulled from commerce. Superdrol has since been discontinued.