Drosera, or dromostanolone, sold under various brand names Drolban, Masteril, or Masteron, is an anabolic androgenic steroid drug that was originally masteron used to treat breast cancer in female patients but has since been discontinued. It’s usually given by intramuscular injection into the muscle. Drosera blocks the production of testosterone, the male hormone that causes the growth of breast tissue. While the side effects are relatively few, they include headaches, flu-like symptoms, swelling and pain, fever, tremors, irregular heartbeats, vomiting, diarrhea, and changes in skin color and texture.
The active phyto-estrogens in masteron that have led to its popularity are the phenylethylamine alkaloids found in the plant. Phyto-estrogens, which are plant chemicals similar in structure to estrogen, bind with the androgen receptors located in the male genital tissues and stimulate production of testosterone. This effect is the same as that of the anabolic androgenic steroids, which are synthetic versions of the hormone testosterone. However, unlike the steroids, which are prohibited and illegal, masteron can be purchased over the counter and is not controlled by the United States Food and Drug Administration. Withdrawal from this type of treatment can result in severe liver damage and, often, death.
There are a number of different methods used to convert testosterone into estrogen androgen, including the aromatization method. This method is also used with other drugs, such as metaidoindones, pseudoephedrine, and ephedra, all of which are known to cause significant side effects when used recreationally. Aromatase, which is naturally present in the body, converts the testosterone into the estrogen androgen receptor. It was believed for years that the only way to create an estrogen and/or aro hormone was through the aromatization of genistein, a phyto estradiol that is naturally present in the human body. The research that underlie this belief was that exposure to high levels of the hormone lead to an increase in the binding of the aromatase enzyme with the androgen receptor.
Unfortunately, exposure to high levels of estrogen and/or testosterone can have some serious side effects and is currently banned in the United States and many other countries. While there has been some progress made towards the development of masteronoids for use by bodybuilders, the synthetic compounds have proved too costly and difficult to produce in large quantities. Currently, there are no approved masteronoids that are able to provide an immediate increase in energy and muscle size. Therefore, they have been largely ignored by bodybuilders.
The main problem with using masteron for bodybuilding is its relatively high cost relative to most natural supplements. Because of this, it has been seen that many bodybuilders either decrease their workout intensity or stop working out altogether because they can’t afford the supplement. This is because it can be absorbed by the body through the skin rather than being synthesized inside the body like most other natural substances. Another problem with using the substance as a bodybuilding aid is that it can cause serious water retention in the liver and kidneys when used on a regular basis. Although the kidneys can excrete the retained water, this causes a build-up that results in kidney failure and other serious health problems.
This is the reason why there are now alternatives available in the form of synthetic versions of masteron. These derivatives are able to reach the target tissues more quickly, stay in the target areas longer and deliver much more effective results than the original compound. There are also no known side effects associated with the synthetic forms of masteron. This means that it is the perfect bodybuilding aid for athletes who can’t afford to spend thousands of dollars on prescription steroids.