Trenbolone Hex

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Product name: Trenbolone Hex
Alias: Trenbolone cyclohexylmethylcarbonate, Parabolan;Trenbolone Hex
Appearance: yellow powder
EINECS: 245-669-1
CAS: 23454-33-3
MF: C26H34O4
MW: 410.55
Usage: pharmaceutical material, Steroid hormone, Anabolin. As a male hormone and anabolic hormones

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Description of  Trenbolone Hex

Parabolin (Tren Hex) has no estrogenic activity and it is five times stronger than testosterone as both an anabolic and an androgenic Another great characteristic of Parabolan is that it binds quite will to the androgen receptors, which promote growth of the muscle cells and burning of fat cells. Additionally, Parabolan also binds to the glucocoticoid receptors. Glucocorticoid hormones are what tell the muscles to release protein (catabolism). When Parabolan binds to the glucocotoid receptors, it actually reduces catabolism (a good thing). Parabolan is also considered a nutrient partitioning agent. What this means is that it has the ability to convert more food into muscle and less into fat.

Application of Trenbolone Hex

Trenbolone is a steroid used by veterinarians on livestock to increase muscle growth and appetite. To increase its effective half-life, trenbolone is not used in an unrefined form, but is rather administered as ester derivatives such as trenbolone acetate, trenbolone enanthate, or trenbolone cyclohexylmethylcarbonate (Parabolan). Plasma lipases then cleave the ester group in the bloodstream leaving free trenbolone

Parabolan is one of the best effective anabolic, promoting protein synthesis as well as creating a positive nitrogen balance. Appetite stimulant and for the improvement of the conversion of proteins.