Rexogin (vial) is an anabolic androgenic steroid based on stanazolol (winstrol). It was developed back in 1962 and for more than 50 years it has been considered one of the most sought-after drugs on the sportpharma market. Stanazolol is a derivative of dihydrotestosterone. It is important that this drug is approved by the FDA. In terms of biochemistry, stanazolol is a progesterone antagonist. There are oral form in tablets and water-based injectable suspension. Winstrol is considered one of the most effective and safe steroids for both men and girls. It has a low index of androgenic activity, therefore, does not cause changes in hormonal levels.
- Persistent fat burning effect.
- Reduces the percentage of body fat, burns subcutaneous fat.
- Gives muscle relief, draws venous profile.
- Significantly increases the effectiveness of strength training.
- Increases stamina, improves the transport of oxygen to the muscles.
- Increases appetite.
- Promotes the removal of excess water from muscle cells.
- A slight anti-estrogenic effect is noted.
I recommend that you use Rexogin (vial) only for cutting – 50 mg every other day. In addition, it is desirable to take a number of other steroid drugs. You will suit testosterone, oxandrolone, turinabol and even Primobolan. Also for this purpose you can use Sustanon and Anapolone. Experienced athletes advise combination with trenbolone or deck.
Side Effects of Rexogin (vial)
Athletes do not advise using Rexogin (vial) for purely strength training for 2-4 repetitions, since the drug dries the ligaments slightly, making such workouts traumatic. Otherwise, it is a completely safe steroid that is great for anabolic background and cutting.
If you use it no more than 200 mg every other day, then there will be no side effects. Do not forget to follow the dosages of other drugs. Winstrol does not aromatize, and therefore does not contribute to gynecomastia.