Anastrogen: Sport Uses and benefits
Anastrozole is the main component of our product Anastrogen. It belongs to a group of drugs called aromatase inhibitors.
Actúa disminuyendo la cantidad de estrógeno que produce el cuerpo. This can slow or stop the growth of several types of breast cancer cells that need estrogen to grow, mainly in women who have gone through menopause.
Anastrogen in sports
For male athletes, Anastrogen shows great potential.
0.5 mg per day should be sufficient to avoid any estrogen-related side effects from anabolic steroid use.
When used with strong, easily aromatized androgens such as Dianabol or Testosterone, it effectively blocks gynecomastia and fluid retention. At the same time, strong androgenic testosterone, in theory, can provide incredible high-quality muscle growth.
Previously, drugs such as Nolvadex and Proviron were the only means to combat excess estrogen. These products, especially in combination, are very effective. But anastrozole can do the job much more effectively and with fewer side effects.
Anastrozole is very gentle on blood lipids and has no negative effects on them. However, if natural estrogen levels were systematically suppressed over a long period of time, this would likely have a negative effect on health, including cholesterol levels. Despite this, there is no scientific evidence that anastrozole can be harmful to healthy people, even over long periods of time.
This compound has few side effects associated with its use and is among the safest an athlete can take.
Anastrozole has the following effects on the body:
- Reduces the degree of aromatization (by approximately 80%).
- Has the properties of an inhibitor
- Reduces the level of estrogens in the blood.