Testosterone Compound Injection Genesis 10ml [250mg/ml]

Pharmaceutical Name: Testosterone propionate,
Isocaproate Phenylpropionate and Decanoate

Active Life: Approx. 21 days

Average Dose: 250-1000 mg / week (men only)

Water Retention: Yes

Toxic to the liver: Low

Aromatization: Yes



Product Description

MIX testosterone (Sustaject, consisting of testosterone, Sustanon “250”)


MIX testosterone
is essentially a mixture of testosterone propionate, testosterone phenylpropionate, testosterone decanoate isocaproate testosterone. The different proportions of esterified blends offer a different lifetime. This provides a sustained release of testosterone in the injected site. Sustanon is widely used to treat few medical conditions in Europe. The drug was useful for the treatment of infertility and administered once a month. Although Sustanon has been heavily promoted by athletes and bodybuilders as a drug of choice, a single formulation of testosterone enanthate or cypionate can do the same. The combination of esters is more suitable for the treatment of medical conditions and not for bodybuilders. One negative aspect is that MIX testosterone remains in the body for a very long time and can be easily detected in urine.
Besides being an anabolic agent, MIX Testosterone also has the ability to increase red blood cell production. This means more oxygen-carrying capacity and resistance therefore exercise more.





Like all anabolic steroids testosterone MIX, also has side effects. Although side effects are rare, most of the builders to develop when the drug is used for a long time. The most common side effects are: general fatigue, changes in mood, depression, anger, anxiety, insomnia, gynecomastia, hair loss, impotence, water retention, changes in liver enzymes, liver masses, testicular atrophy, acne, oily skin.

Most of these side effects are reversed when the medication is stopped. It is important that all people who use anabolic steroids are monitored by a doctor to monitor your liver. Rare cases of liver failure and cancer are reported.


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