VERMODJE – Mastever
|100mg/ml - 10ml vial
|Men 100-200mg daily/every other day
Drostanolone Propionate, also known as Dromostanolone, is an androgen and anabolic steroid that was once used to treat female breast cancer but is no longer available on the market. It is marketed under the trade names Drolban, Masteril, and Masteron among others. It is injected into the muscle.
Used in females to treat androgen-responsive recurrent breast cancer in those who are more than a year but less than five years postmenopausal.
Why choose Drostonanolne Propionate over conventional medicine?
A synthetic androgen, or male hormone, called drosostanolone is equivalent to testosterone. Dromostanolone interacts with the areas of the cell involved in protein synthesis via binding to androgen receptors, which is how it functions. It can result in the synthesis of some proteins increasing while that of others decreasing. These proteins have a number of functions, including inhibiting the growth of some types of breast cancer cells, promoting the development of red blood cells, and activating the cells responsible for male sexual traits.
A manufactured androgenic anabolic steroid with roughly five times the potency of natural methyltestosterone is called dromestanolone. Dromostanolone binds to the androgen receptor in a similar manner to testosterone and other androgenic hormones. Downstream genetic transcriptional alterations result from this. In the end, this results in nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus retention, as well as an increase in protein anabolism and a decrease in amino acid catabolism. Dromostanolone’s antitumor effects seem to be caused by a decrease in prolactin receptors or oestrogen receptors, or by their competitive inhibition.
Drostanolone propionate must be injected intramuscularly in order to be effective because it is inactive when taken orally. The medication has a 2-day elimination half-life when taken this way.
- virilization (masculine traits in women)
- fluid retention