Reported Characteristics

Active Life: 22-26 days

Drug Class: Anabolic/Androgenic Steroid (For injection)

Average Reported Dosage: Men 200-600mg weekly Women 50-100mg weekly

Acne: Rare

Water Retention: Low except in high dosage use High Blood Pressure: Rare Liver Toxic: None

Aromatization: Low except in high dosage use (norestrogen is aromatization product) High Anabolic/Moderate Androgenic Decreases HPTA function: Yes, moderately DHT conversion: No, conversion is Nor DHT

Laurabolin is another nandrolone AAS and is quite comparable to Anadur in both effects and duration. This drug is intended for veterinary use, mostly with dogs. Like Anadur, Laurabolin is a very long lasting anabolic. In fact, a single injection remains active for over 3 weeks, and only a few days shorter than Anadur. Where as some women have reported good results from a single 4 ml injection for 3-4 weeks, the volume of a single injection required for an appreciable anabolic response for a male was considered too massive. (Gee, you think so? Picture 32-ml at one time!) Larabolin aromatizes lightly and only when an athlete utilized higher dosages of over 600 mg weekly. Water retention was low and there was no noted liver toxicity. Most male body builders obtained good but slow lean mass and strength gains with 200-400 mg weekly. Women users reported excellent results with a weekly dosage of 50-100mg with few virilization side effects. In both cases the resulting muscle mass gains seemed to be well retained after use was discontinued. As with all nandrolones, a protein intake of 1-2-gm per pound of body weight was almost unanimously considered a must due to nandrolones high nitrogen retention and high protein synthesis qualities.

Like all nandrolone esters it was common to stack so-called mass drugs such as testosterone, Anadrol-50, and/or Dianabol with the drug for mass type protocols. During calorie restricted or pre-contest prep periods many reported high quality lean mass tissue resulted when stanozolol, trenbolone, and thyroid hormones were co-administered.

The most common reported negative aspect of this drug was the low dosage per ml available. This was due to the volumous injections often utilized to establish the desired effects.



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