What is Mastoral
Methyldrostronolone (Mastoral), is a modified form of dihydrotestosterone. It differs: 1) by adding methyl groups to carbon 17-alpha, which helps protect the hormone when taken orally, and 2) by introducing methyl group to carbon-2 (alpha), which significantly increases the steroid’s anabolic power .. by increasing its resistance to enzyme metabolism 3-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase in skeletal muscle tissue.
Side Effects of Mastoral:
Methyldrostronolone is not a flavoring substance in the human body, and does not show noticeable estrogenic effects. The use of anti-estrogen is not required when using this steroid, and gynecomastia should not occur even in sensitive people. Estrogen usually affects the retention of water in the body, but Methyldrostonolone produces a physique that looks good, without excessive fluid retention. This makes it a favorable steroid for use during drying cycles, when fluid and fat retention are major issues.
Although the steroid is classified as an anabolic, androgenic side effects when using this substance occur quite often, and may include such manifestations as oily skin, acne, and body / face hair growth. Anabolic / androgenic steroids can also exacerbate male-pattern baldness. Women should be warned about the potential virilizing effects of anabolic / androgenic steroids. These may include deepening of the voice, menstrual disorders, changes in skin texture, hair growth on the face, and an increase in the clitoris. Methyldrostronolone is a steroid with relatively low androgenic relative activity, which makes the threshold for strong androgenic side effects relatively higher than when using more androgenic substances such as testosterone, methandrostenolone or fluoxymesterone. Please note that the enzyme 5-alpha reductase does not affect Methyldrostonone, therefore the relative androgenicity of the substance does not depend on the simultaneous use of finasteride or dutasteride.