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FURAZABOL (Miotolan)

Pharmaceutical Name: Miotolan
Chemical Name:17-beta-hydroxy-17-methyl-5alpha-androstano[3,2-c]furazole
Anabolic Rating:270-330
Active-Life: About 16 hours
Drug Class: Anabolic/Androgenic steroid (Oral)
Average Reported Dosage: Males 50-100-mg daily Women 10mg daily
Acne: Possible
Water Retention: No
High Blood Pressure: Rare
Liver Toxic: Probably not
DHT Conversion: DHT-derived
Decreases HPTA Function: No
Average Price:$1/10mg tab Furazol is a DHT molecule with a 17-alpha-methyl group (making it both liver-toxic and orally available, as you know).. As with other DHT derivatives not estrogenic in any way, doesn’t aromatize, and you’ll only have to worry about possible DHT-sides from it (Acne, Hairloss, etc…) and potential liver problems in higher dosages. Furazabol can decrease in plasma cholesterol levels, thus making it a reasonably safe oral. One month after cessation of the furazabol treatment, these altered parameters tended to return to normal. Furazabol is often compared to Winstrol, and certianly, with regards to it's structure, it is a warranted comparison although it would appear that the minor difference (the furazan group instead of the pyrazole group) has a profound effect on cholesterol levels. Winstrol is incredibly harsh on HDL and LDL cholesterol while Furazabol improves your cholesterol values. That difference is the only one noted though, because their anabolic and androgenic properties are basically the same, as is their ability to bind to the androgen receptor (low). Furazabol is clearly not estrogenic in any way, so water retention is not a problem, and thus it may be useful as a precontest drug or in any type of cutting cycle.