VERMODJE – Trenaver H
|PRODUCT NAME:||Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate|
|Amount:||100mg/ml - 10ml vial|
|Detection Time:||6 Months|
|Carier Oil:||Sesame Oil|
Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate is known as Parabolan. A steroid ester’s half-life is primarily influenced by the ratio of its fat to water solubility; the longer the ester’s chain, the higher this ratio, and the longer the half-life. The enanthate ester would be the most appropriate comparison for this specific carbonate as its half-life is most likely shorter than a week.
Improves muscle mass, feed efficiency, and mineral absorption
Why choose Parabolan over conventional medicine?
The properties of Parabolan are the same as trenbolone acetate (Finaject) except for longer half life.
It is a steroid with the benefits of having a short half-life, likely no longer than a day or two, being a very strong Class I steroid, and not being affected by aromatase or 5alpha-reductase. A reasonable dosage for a first-time user or someone who hasn’t gained more than, say, 20 pounds above their natural limit is 50 milligrammes per day. A more experienced user who has gained more than this may prefer 100 milligrammes per day. These dosages are based on the usage of trenbolone as the sole Class I steroid. In reality, stacking is not necessary—the only logical exception being testosterone—but if it is, trenbolone dosage may need to be adjusted correspondingly.
It was first made available in France in 1980, and its maker voluntarily stopped making it in 1997. When injected intramuscularly, the medication functions as a prodrug of trenbolone that lasts a long time. In clinical settings, one ampoule (76 mg, or 50 mg of trenbolone base) was administered every 10 days.
- coughing fits during or shortly after injection (‘Tren cough’)
- excessive perspiration/sweating especially at night