• Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone 100 tablets
  • Excipients : Magnesium stearate, dextrose monohydrate, compressible sugar (glucose), starch, citric acid, lactose, crospovidone
  • Dosage : As directed by the physician
  • Storage : Store at room temperature
  • Protect from the light.
  • Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
  • For oral administration.
  • For export only.
  • Golden Dragon Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. China, Hong Kong.

Pharmacokinetics and Indications:

As previously mentioned, TURHOGED is in reality a modified form of Dianoged (Methandrostenolone), whereby it is actually a combination of the chemical structures of Dianoged and Clostebol (4-chlorotestosterone). It possesses the same general chemical structure of Dianoged along with the 4-chloro substitution that Clostebol possesses. The result is that Tbol becomes a much milder hormone than its parent hormone Dianoged. The alterations to its chemical structure remove the ability for it to be able to be aromatized into Estrogen, as well as exhibiting a far weaker androgenic strength. TURHOGED therefore possesses an anabolic rating of 54, and a very low androgenic rating of 6, making its separation between anabolic and androgenic effects very distinct and favorable. Although the anabolic strench is considerably less than Dianoged rating of 90 – 210, the distinct distance between TURHOGED anabolic and androgenic effects tend to be far more favorable to the individual.

TURHOGED chemical modifications also grant it a 16 hour half-life as well as the ability to bind to SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin).

TURHOGED is C17-alpha alkylated so as to allow oral bioavailability, and as a result, will exhibit a measure of liver toxicity. It also possesses a double bond between carbon 1 and carbon 2 (also known as the 1-ene carbon), and it is this double-bond that is responsible for the reduction of androgenic strength. Lastly, as previously mentioned, a chloro group has been added at the 4th carbon, responsible for rendering it unable to aromatizeas well as reducing the androgenic strength even further.

Properties of TURHOGED
Because of its distinct separation of its androgenic to anabolic effects, it is a weaker anabolic steroid than its parent hormone Dianoged. However, the assurance with Tbol is that with any apparent muscle building capability, it will present much less in the way of androgenic effects and absolutely no estrogenic effects (due to its inability to aromatize into Estrogen). Because of its fairly weaker strength than Dianabol, the doses required to elicit effects from Tbol are considered to be quite high (this will be explained shortly in the TURHOGED doses section of this profile).

In general, athletes and bodybuilders can expect steady and quality lean mass gains with no risk of any bloating,gyno, or any other estrogenic effects. Mass and strength gains are not known to be dramatic due to its lack of anabolic strength, but steady and quality lean gains that grow consistently over time can be expected. It is also used as an ideal cutting agent during periods of fat loss or pre-contest preparation due to its inability to convert into estrogen. TURHOGED capabilities really shine as an adjunct to other anabolic steroids when it is run (stacked) with other anabolic steroids due to its ability to bind to SHBG. Binding to SHBG allows more of the other anabolic steroids it is stacked with to be available to do their job, being uninhibited by SHBG, which is another advantage that it exhibits.

Possible Side effects:

Oral TURHOGED is known as one of the ‘mild’ oral anabolic steroids, often put in the same category as Anavarged (Oxandrolone) and Primoged. Turinabol also lacks any estrogenic component and does not cause estrogen levels to rise. This means T-ged is a relatively safe compound for women and those wanting a mild steroid as an introduction into the world of anabolics.

Androgenic Side Effects
TURHOGED chemical alteration of holding a double-bond between carbons 1 and 2, as well as the 4-chloro modification, grant it with a significantly reduced androgenic strength. This, though, does not avoid the androgenicity of Turinabol on users. In higher doses, Tbol can cause androgenic symptoms such as aggression, roid rage and acne. TURHOGED is also metabolized by the 5-alpha reductase enzyme into a stronger androgenic metabolite, but the rate of 5AR reduction that Turinabol is exposed to is known to be very minor. The usage of 5AR inhibitors such as Proscar, Dutasteride and Finastride would likely be ineffective.

Estrogenic Side Effects
TURHOGED is a modified form of Methandrostenolone (Dianoged), and while Dianoged does hold a moderate affinity for aromatization into estrogen, TURHOGED does not at all. TURHOGED chemical makeup makes interaction with the estrogen receptor (ER) impossible. This is the result of its 4-chloro substitution (the chloro group that has been affixed to the 4th carbon on the steroid structure). TURHOGED cannot therefore aromatase at any dosage. Side effects such as, gynecomastia will not be the resilt of Turinabol usage.

Testosterone Suppression
Almost all anabolic steroids will alter the production of endogenous testosterone in males and females to varying degrees. Even though Oral Turinabol is considered mild, it will still cause testosterone inhibition. Although TURHOGED will not interact with the estrogen receptor (ER) in the hypothalamus or progesterone receptor (PgR) and cause suppression, it will interact with the androgen receptor (AR) and reduce the production of gonadotropins. This means a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) is recommended when T-ged has been used alone. Anti-Estrogens such as, Nolvadex and Clomiged can be used to boost endogenous testosterone production following Tbol’s usage in stacks.

Hepatoxic and Cholesterol Related Side Effects
Due to TURHOGED being a C17-alpha alkylated oral anabolic steroid, liver values including AST and ALT levels will rise with its use. However, as shown in medical studies done on East German athletes back in the 1990, doses of 15-35mg per day did not alter AST and ALT levels significantly. But one has to remember, Tbol dosages nowadays are more then 15-35 mg per day, often exceeding 60mg. Therefore, more of a negative impact on liver, kidney and cholesterol would be expected. Just like many oral steroids the users cholesterol profile can change dramatically. HDL can fall and LDL can rise causing a bad environment for other cardiovascular related side effects and increase risk factors.

Cardiovascular Side Effects
As previously noted, cholesterol levels can change when oral steroids are used, even for short periods. Recent research has pointed the finger at cholesterol as being one of the most important steroid related side effects bodybuilders want to avoid. The thickening of the blood (red blood count RBC), artery plaque, high blood pressure, high LDL and low HDL can and will lead to coronary heart disease (CHD) if adequate precautions aren’t taken. It is thus advised; all oral steroids are taken for cycles of 6-8 weeks and no longer. Support supplements are also advised, these include: Curcumin, Citrus Bergamot, Vitamin K2, Omega-3.

TURHOGED Doses and Administration
TURHOGED has a low androgenic rating of 6 and an anabolic strength rating of 53, this makes it near perfect in terms of comparing side effects and gains. Due to such as low androgenic rating, acne, aggression, roid rage and strength increases are rare, but not non-existent. Compared to its parent hormone Dianabol, it’s a weaker anabolic and bodybuilders don’t see Oral T-ged as a mass gaining agent.

TURHOGED posses roughly half the anabolic rating of Testosterone, so dosages in the range of 40-60mg per day are advised as an introduction. TURHOGED dosage can exceed 80-100mg per day, but bodybuilders report side effects begin to rise, whilst gains remain constant.