The abbreviation Trenbolone Enanthate is commonly used for the topical anabolic steroid, nubradorite. It’s the generic term for the pharmaceutical product Trenbolone Hydrochloride and it’s a controlled substance under the Federal Food, Drug and Administration (FDA) that is prescribed to treat acne. Trenbolone Enanthate, commonly referred to as Trenbolone, is a controlled substance and an anabolic steroids, or synthetic steroids that contain sulfur. Trenbolone is chemically similar to butane, propane, and hydroxytoluene hydrochloride. The chemical name of the steroid is 4-alpha-androstenone, also known as estratolone.
This drug has been in use since the early 1970s in Germany and the United States to treat disorders of sexual development in males. The use of the drug peaked during the Olympics in the year 1974 when many athletes were given steroids during the Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. After the use of these steroids increased, there was a noticeable decrease in the number of cases of cancer associated with testosterone use. Because of these results, and because of its effectiveness in treating testosterone deficiencies, many doctors began prescribing trenbolone to athletes with testosterone deficiencies. Unfortunately, many athletes, while getting their bodybuilding and athletic body shape, continued to use these dangerous and unsafe substances.
Recently, there have been Trenbolone Enanthate reports of increasing cases of sudden death caused by high doses of the drug. Long-term use of the drug can cause abnormalities in liver function and increase the risk of development of cardiovascular disease. These side effects became significant concerns to the FDA when reports of adverse events such as aggressive heart problems, seizures, liver failure, and kidney failure started to surface. When these reports were publicized, the FDA immediately recalled all trenbolone products and all athletes were ordered to stop using the drug.
Because of the serious nature of these side effects, the FDA had to take certain actions to protect the public from these extremely dangerous steroid cycles. For these purposes, it is important that you only take the prescribed dose of trenbolone every day. It is also recommended that you use a steroid injection site in order to allow for easy distribution between injections. You should also never take more than the recommended dose of trenbolone because this practice increases your chances of developing cancer, bleeding in the lungs, and severe kidney damage.
The three times daily dosing of trenbolone is designed to build up your pituitary gland, which creates and controls the production and release of testosterone. The hormone is needed for normal and complete functioning of the reproductive and hormonal system so it is critical that you keep the gland functioning properly. If the pituitary gland does not secrete enough testosterone, you will suffer from symptoms including fatigue, depression, weight gain, loss of libido, hair loss, thinning hair, and low levels of energy. While these symptoms may sound drastic, they are common for those with aging or hormonal deficiencies. In some rare cases, patients have developed increased cholesterol and high blood pressure as a result of the excess androgenic hormones in their body.
The FDA did not consider the long term health risks associated with the use of steroids when they approved trenbolone for use by men to increase sexual performance. They did consider the short term benefits such as an increase in sex drive, increased muscle mass, and longer periods of stamina. This steroid cycle was approved despite the serious health risks associated with it including the development of cardiac problems, the development of hypertension, the development of bone deterioration, the development of kidney problems, the development of blood clots, and even the risk of developing life-threatening brain cancer. The reasons why this popular steroid was approved despite these serious side effects is unknown.