Oral Turinabol is a slower acting steroid than most, and although the gains in strength, muscle mass and weight are very high quality dry weight, they are not as big as one may expect. However one of the better trade offs about this is that there is a much lower chance of estrogenic side effects, with the reduced incidences of gynecomastia and the limited water retention, you can be sure it is a high quality steroid.
Oral Turinabol is highly effective at large dosages, providing great high quality mass and strength increases, with some olympic level male shot putters adding 2.5-4 meters to their throws, but surprisingly, the female athletes seem to benefit the most from this steroid. one should be very careful though with taking high dosages of it because since it is a 17-alpha alkylated steroid it can be toxic to the liver, another downside to extreme doses of oral turinabol is that at high dosages it can lower the clotting ability of blood.
It’s effects are primarily anabolic, with a very low androgenic component, with a anabolic to androgenic ratio of 8.8 to 1 (it’s way more anabolic than androgenic, meaning it has a much larger impact on strength and mass than it does on sexual traits), it greatly outpreforms it’s cousin, dianabol, which has a 2 to 1 anabolic to androgenic ratio.
It becomes rapidly obvious that oral turinabol is much more effective the more you take of it, especially when you consider the fact that it’s maximum blood concentration when taking 10, 20 or 40 mg/day is about 1.5, 3.5 or 4.5 times that person’s normal testosterone/blood concentration.