Stanoplex 50- stanozolol from Axiolabs represents a synthetic anabolic steroid derived from testosterone, used first of all not for mass gaining, but more for acquiring hard and lean appearance and athletic speed. Stanoplex 50 from Axiolabs is seen as a cutting compound. Due to the lack of water retention, users with comparatively low body fat can achieve a dry look to their physique.
Stanoplex 50 is frequently sold under the name Winstrol and it is considered to be a safe choice for female bodybuilders, as it could be gained a great amount of anabolism for a small androgenic effect, although one cannot avoid virilization and masculinization even at low doses. In bodybuilding stanozolol is often used with other testosterone-based anabolic steroids.
Stanoplex 50 is liked by many individuals, because it causes strength increases without excess weight-gain, promotes increases in vascularity, and do not convert to estrogen. It also does not provoke excess water retention, and sometimes is thought to have a diuretic effect on the body.
Stanoplex 50 has the ability to add strength without excess weight gain. It will not convert to estrogen and it does not cause water retention. Bodybuilders use it to preserve lean body mass and lose fat. Stanoplex 50 may assist users with gaining a significant amount of muscle mass. This product may aid with fat reduction.
Male usually say doses in the range of 25-100mgs per day are appropriate for seeing results with this steroid. The first time users usually administer 50mgs per day and are most of the time happy with the effects. Still, first time female users say that doses ranging from 5-15mgs per day can lead to dramatic gains.
Due to the toxicity issues related to Stanoplex 50 it is most often recommended that users limit their cycles of the compound to six weeks or less. Still many users have exceed this limit while running high doses and have reported little to no complications. If an individual does decide to run stanozolol for an extended period of time he or she should monitor their liver values via blood tests to ensure that no permanent damage occurs.