Dianabol is one of the strongest steroids for building lean muscle mass and quickly gaining strength, stamina and energy. It will also help users recover faster from their workouts and train harder, more frequently.
Dianabol is one of the most popular anabolic steroids used, and often abused, by bodybuilders and athletes around the world today. Known by its nickname Dbol, it’s an oral anabolic steroid that bodybuilders swear by when it comes to accelerated muscle mass and strength gains. However, be aware of its common usage, dosage recommendations, effectiveness, and most importantly, short-term and long-term side effects associated with use.
Before considering use of an anabolic steroid for bodybuilding, know that it is not recommended by medical professionals and communities around the world. D-Bal’s powerful formula mimics the effects of Methandrostenolone, otherwise known as Dianabol, the granddaddy of steroids. By increasing nitrogen retention, D-Balcreates the ultimate anabolic state required for mega muscle growth, giving you rapid gains in size and strength
Dianabol is known by numerous generic and chemical compound names including but not limited to:
Methandienone was created in 2005 as a synthetic steroid with anabolic properties. Under a variety of brand and generic names, the drug is manufactured and sold by a number of pharmaceutical companies around the world, including Sigma Aldrich.
The anabolic properties associated with Dianabol are more significant than its androgenic effects, with little progestational activity. As an anabolic agent, Dianabol stimulates anabolism while inhibiting catabolism. This results in the stimulation and development of muscle, muscle mass, strength, and power. Much of the metabolic effects of anabolic and androgenic steroids in regard to mechanisms of action and function have been studied in animals, and some human groups. In the animal studycases involving specific effects of anabolic steroids on various body systems, results can translate into human benefits, but so too do the potential side effects.
Anabolic steroids effectively reverse catabolic functions and processes and restore otherwise negative nitrogen balances. This is achieved by catabolism of proteins and a stimulation of the appetite as long as adequate intake of calories and proteins is achieved. Targeted organs of Dianabol include the liver, kidneys, central nervous system, circulatory system, and respiratory system. Dianabol is classified as a Schedule III controlled substance, found in Section 202 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 812).A Schedule III controlled substance is defined as one that has the potential for misuse, overuse, and abuse.
Dianabol have been used in the past as part of a treatment plan for osteoporosis. In a two-year study, use of the anabolic steroid increased total body potassium levels, although with no significant alteration in bone mass. In veterinary usage, the drug may be recommended in oral form to enhance retention of nitrogen and increase protein serum values that can facilitate healing following a surgical procedure, burns, or skin grafts. It is no secret that the medical community at large discourages the use of anabolic steroids for athletic performance or for increasing muscle size and strength. Very little scientific evidence has found significant increases in either muscle or strength-building capabilities. Some claims of weight gain are not muscular in nature, but rather due to retention of fluids, which is a side effect of anabolic steroid use.
Dianabol tablets are available in 2.5 mg and 5 mg oral tablets. While no medical doctor will recommend dosage suggestions for nonmedical reasons, cycling dosages are often found on bodybuilding websites. However, dosage will depend on whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or advanced user. Individual responses (physiologically and psychologically) are case-based and recommended dosages provided by non-medical experts may be dangerous for some users. Dianabol is not generally used as a stand-alone steroid by experienced bodybuilders, but as part of a cycle.
Dianabol cycles, depending on goals, often combine Dbol with one or more forms of testosterone and esters, as well as anti-estrogenic drugs. For example, one 18 week cycle recommendation on the Internet included:
Dianabol – used week 1 through week 5 at approximately 40 mg daily
Testosterone enanthate/testosterone decanoate blend – weeks 1 through 12
Arimidex – weeks 1 through week 14
Clomid (post-cycle therapy or pct) weeks 15 through 18
Nolvadex – pct weeks 15 through 18
Another cycle combines approximately 40 mg daily of Dianabol for the first six weeks with Nandrolone Decanoate (Deca at 400 mg weekly from week 1 through week 8), along with Testosterone Enanthate/Testosterone Cypionate/or Sustanon 250 at approximately 500 to 600 mg weekly from week 1 through week 8.
A 10 week beginner cycle with a recommended eight week rest period may look like this. Another bodybuilding website sample for a beginner cycle: Dianabol – starting with 30 mg daily for weeks 1 and 2
40 mg daily for weeks 3 through 5 five, decreasing to 30 mg daily for week 6
Tamoxifen- 10 mg daily from week 3 through week 6
Clomid – 50 mg daily during the weeks 2 through 7 or 8
Liv52 – 4 tablets daily through entire cycle
N-Acetyl Cysteine – 2 g daily through entire cycle
You’ll find a variety of combinations and drugs used in stacking Dianabol to enhance results or to minimize side effects such as aromatization or conversion of testosterone into estrogen, resulting inestrogenic effects. Combinations may also be used to help reduce androgenic (masculinization) effects of the steroids.
Stacking combinations with drugs for other which they were designed can also contribute to unwanted and unexpected side effects. Some of the most common drugs combined with Dbol (and their real medical uses) may prove interesting. This is just a handful of drugs used to counteract negative side effects of anabolic steroids.
Aromatase inhibitors – Used to reduce estrogen levels and in medical usage are often recommended in the treatment of gynecomastia (males) and breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
Aromatase inhibitors inhibit actions of an enzyme known as aromatase, which converts androgens into estrogens. Common aromatase inhibitors, also known as anti-estrogens, may include:
Clomid – Clomid is, at its most basic definition, a fertility drug. It’s recommended in the treatment of infertility or inability to ovulate. It’s a synthetic form of estrogen that has antagonist and agonist properties. Men using Clomid may benefit from some anti-estrogenic effects, which are often employed to counteract aromatization of steroids that contributes to gynecomastia and water retention. It’s often used at the end of a cycle to boost testosterone levels and help restore endogenous testosterone production and levels in the body.
Nolvadex (tamoxifen) – Medically used to treat metastatic breast cancer or to decrease high risk development of breast cancer. As an anti-estrogen it blocks estrogenic effects.
Arimidex (anastrozole) – Another anti-estrogen mainly used as a treatment for breast cancer and an adjuvant treatment of breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
Formestane (lentaron) – Not (legally) available in the US.
Femara (letrozole) – Often recommended to decrease estrogen levels in postmenopausal women and is often used in the treatment of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. It’s also important to build in some liver support to your Dianabol cycle. (read about hormone therapy for women here)