Tren H100 Hexahydrobecylcarbonate

Tren H100 Hexahydrobecylcarbonate

Brands Global Anabolic
Product Code: Hexahydrobecylcarbonate
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Tren H100 Hexahydrobecylcarbonate by Global Anabolic

Tren H100 is of course a Trenbolone, it is not actually DHT derived but rather, it is derived from 19-Nor-Testosterone.. Parabolan has no estrogenic activity (it may actually reduce serum estradiol levels in the body), is a very strong anabolic and androgenic compound (5x stronger than testosterone in both categories!), and it binds well to the androgen receptor. Actually, binding “well” to the androgen receptor is quite an understatement. Androgen Receptors are found in fat cells as well as muscle cells, and we all know that they act on the Androgen receptors in muscle cells to promote growth, but they androgens act directly on the Androgen receptors in fat cells to affect fat burning The stronger the androgen binds to the Androgen receptors, increase in fat burning effect on fat tissue.
Tren H100 causes muscle accumulation and fat loss ability as a nutrient partitioning agent. Using Tren will make you more lean . Why? more of the food you eat will become Muscle and less will become Fat. Tren 100 is noticeably increases the level of the IGF-1 within muscle tissue, which in itself is an extremely anabolic hormone. And, it´s worth noting that not only does it increase the levels of IGF-1 in muscle over two fold, it also causes muscle satellite cells (cells that repair damaged muscle) to be more sensitive to IGF-1 and other growth factors(3). This leads me to speculate that Parabolan (or any version of Tren) would be synergistic within a cycle containing any form of injectable IGF-1.
TREN-H100 also happens to bind quite strongly to the glucocorticoid receptor as well, and this in turn imparts a nice anti-catabolic effect… which in part may help to explain why low doses of it seem to work nicely, as well as why it aids fat loss. You see, glucocorticoid hormones send a message to muscle cells to release stored protein, which is exactly the opposite of what we want.

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