Ment - Trestolone Acetate

Trestolone or 7 alpha-methyl-19-nortestosterone (MENT) is a synthetic androgen that is ten times more effective than testosterone. MENT does not reduce 5-alpha to DHT. It inhibits the release of gonadotropin, inhibits the production of testosterone and sperm. However, MENT provides adequate replacement therapy for most androgen-dependent functions. MENT has a faster metabolic clearance than testosterone, and, unlike testosterone, MENT does not bind to sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG). MENT remains capable of aromatization (up to 7-alpha-methyl estradiol), while retaining the benefits that estrogen provides for male physiology.

Ment Trestolon 7-Alpha-methyl-nortestosterone belongs to a number of 19-Nor steroids and is actually a derivative of nandrolone. The only difference between trestolone and the “parent” is the presence of a methyl group at position 7. This difference makes the steroid unaffected by 5 alpha reductase and does not weaken the drug. On the other hand, trestolone is susceptible to aromatase, so its strength increases even more than nandrolone .

Now in simple words:
10 times stronger than testosterone and 4-5 times stronger than trenbolone! Now the drug is stronger than tren!

The only negative is that there is little information on it in the vastness of the CIS, you need to look for information on dosages on foreign sites, otherwise you can do a good job!
If you believe the description, the drug is 10 times stronger than testosterone, therefore if you put 1000 mg of testosterone per week, then you will get a similar effect from 100 mg of Trestolone Acetate (1000 divided by 10, given that this is an acetate ester, which is shorter than propionate, lasts a day, it will need to be set every day, that is, divided into 100 mg for 7 days, which is hemorrhagic) if 500 mg of testosterone per week then 50 mg of Trestolone Acetate. With tren the same math, only divide by 4-5!
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