Active life: 6 - 8 hours
Drug class: Prohormone (Oral)
Average dose: 30 – 50 mg/day
Water retention: Yes
High blood pressure: Yes
Liver toxic: Yes
DHT Conversion: Yes
Decreased HPTA function: Yes
Estra-4,9,11- triene-3,17- dione (Trenavar, Trendione) and is known as a prohormone to Trenbolone, differing only by
a ketone at the 17 position. Similar to other 17-one prohormones, this ketone is the target of 17b-HSD1,
hydrogenating the compound to yield active Trenbolone. Trenavar actually converts in the body into trenbolone.
Previous"trenbolone"; prohormones convert to the structurally similar yet weaker steroid Dienolone.
Conversion to Trenbolone should be high and effects should be identical to injectable Trenbolone except for the
famous "Tren ". Trenbolone is one of the strongest injectable steroids on the market, so effects experienced
from Trenavar can be expected to be largely the same including huge strength and size increases, accelerated fat
loss, and enhanced vascularity.
Blood pressure is dose-dependent, cholesterol levels and liver function markers will be adversely affected.
Trenbolone sides-effects include night-sweats, mood swings, androgenic hair loss and/or growth, loss of libido, and
suppression of endogenous testosterone production. Trenbolone is incapable of being affected by 5a-reductase, 5b-
reductase, or aromatase.
What this means is that although Trenavar is a prohormone to Trenbolone, it doesn't appear to be a significant
metabolite in humans. Trenavar should convert readily to the active formTtrenbolone and once converted to
Trenbolone, it will be open to the same metabolism mechanisms as injectable Trenbolone.
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