Winstrol, Windstrol, Win, Stanozolol, Stanobol or even Stromba are names you’ve probably already heard in reference to Winstrol. This steroid is extremely popular in bodybuilding, because it can be used in 3 ways.
Whether for cutting, weight loss or even dry mass gains, Winstrol will live up to your expectations. All you have to do is combine it with the right products and follow a suitable diet and workout routine to attain the desired results.
The name of the active matter in Win is Stanozolol. It can be manufactured as oral tablets or intramuscular injections. It was developed by Winthrop Laboratories (also known as Sterling Drug) in 1962.
The main difference between Winstrol and other anabolic products lies in its chemical form: Stanozolol is not esterified, so it is not released gradually. It is sold in a water solution in its injectable form, not oil.
It’s mainly used in cutting cycles because it considerably reduces water and fat retention.
However it can be stacked with stronger anabolics that compensate for its lack of anabolic properties and guarantee larger mass gains, called dry mass gains.
The common Winstrol dosage is 30 to 60 mg per day in pills or 100 to 300 mg per week in injections.
Injections should take place at least 2 or 3 times a week.
It is not a very androgenic product, so its side effects are weak. The usual virilization effects only happen rarely, and it doesn’t aromatize so the side effects associated with aromatization are irrelevant. However be careful if you take it in a stack because though Winstrol doesn’t aromatize, it doesn’t prevent the aromatization of other products. Your protection and recovery remain essential.
Like all alpha-alkyl compounds, the ingestible version of Winstrol is toxic to the liver, as is the injectable version.