Here is my review. After one cycle with Anadrol + Testosterone by Crazy Bulk I've gained a lot of muscle mass. Oxymetholone or Androl as we know it seems to be the strongest oral steroid available. I've notice high anabolic and androgenic effect from it. To be honest, I've also noticed some water retention, but I guess that was because the stack was really powerful and it is actually normal to experience such thing. After finishing the cycle the extra water went out of my body. I've sustained most of the gained muscle mass after the cycle. Next thing is to do a cutting cycle after a month off and I will leave my feedback here again.
Although the debate rages on (and probably always will) there is a controversial solution for getting the best of both worlds, and that involves using both compounds together in a cycle. Although both of these oral compounds are liver toxic, you can use them safely at moderate doses during short cycles and alongside a liver protectant supplement. The most common Anadrol Dianabol stack involves a 4-6 week cycle during which you take 25mg of Dianabol and 50mg of Anadrol per day. The synergistic effects are quite noticeable at these doses. In short, using the two together counteracts many of the side effects due to the low doses of each, including appetite loss, aches and pains, and even fatigue.
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