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Winstrol The Registered Trademark Of Sanofi-Synthelabo Inc.

| Articles | July 15, 2014

Winstrol is synthetic derivative of testosterone. It is the anabolic steroid that is a DHT derivative. The pharmaceutical name of the anabolic steroid Winstrol is Stanozolol. The anabolic steroid was first produced by Winthrop Laboratories in 1962. It is known for its great potential to improve the growth of muscle tissues and red blood cells production.

Winstrol is extensively used in the both, human & veterinary fields, and therapeutic & non-therapeutic purposes. The drug is beneficial in both human and animals. In the medical field, Winstrol has a great reputation as the medicine for treating anemia and hereditary angiodema. The drug is very useful in improving muscle growth, intense bone density, and stimulates the appetite in weak animals.

Winstrol is used mostly by male athletes for non-therapeutic purposes. It is one of the favorite drugs of athletes and bodybuilders. That’s what makes it the third most commonly used drug all over the world. Winstrol certainly is one if the most popular anabolic steroids available toady.

Winstrol has less hepatoxic properties, which make it compatible to the human body and can be used for a period of 8 weeks. It is more often used as a cutting drug, which means that the drug is used for cutting cycles. The drug also helps to increase body strength and that also without any excess body weight gains.

Undoubtedly, Winstrol has many benefits, but the drug also has many side effects, which should be seriously considered before using this drug. Some of the side effects of Winstrol include headache, liver contradictions, choking, allergies, swelling, breast tenderness, acne, difficulty in breathing, deepening of voice, clitoral enlargement in females and in some cases difficulty in sleeping. However, Winstrol is the anabolic steroid, which has been approved by the U.S. FDA, but the use of the drug has been banned in sports competitions by IAAF.

Winstrol is a registered trademark of Sanofi-Synthelabo Inc. in the United States. Sanofi has given the rights of Winstrol to Ovation Pharmaceuticals that sells Stanozolol under the name Winstrol. It is commonly marketed as Winstrol (oral) and Winstrol Depot (injectable). Winstrol is easily available online and can be purchased conveniently form the online market.

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