Product Code: CAS 58-18-4
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Methyltestosterone

CAS 58-18-4 

Type

Small Molecule

Groups

Approved

Description

A synthetic anabolic steroid used for treating men with testosterone deficiency or similar androgen replacement therapies. Also, has antineoplastic properties and so has been used secondarily in women with advanced breast cancer. Methyltestosterone is a schedule III drug in the US.

Structure

Thumb

Methyl-Testosterone Powder Overview.

Methyl testosterone is an oral testosterone hormone. Methyl testosterone is similar to the natural testosterone produced by your body. The compound has been used to treat low testosterone and andropause in men, as well as cryptorchidism. Methyl testosterone has also been somewhat successful in some breast cancer treatment plans, treating excess lactation post pregnancy and osteoporosis.

Must-Know For Methyl-Testosterone Powder.

Once your methyl testosterone powder is received, please store it in a sealed container and put it in refrigerator at around 10°C. Store away from moisture and heat. The shelf life is 3 years if stored properly.

·         Methyl testosterone powder’s melting point is 155~158 °C.

·         Methyl testosterone powder is for oral use, they are powders ready for making tablets by your own.

·         We’re just supplying methyl-testosterone in raw powder form instead of its tablet form.

 

More About Methyl-testosterone.

Methyl-testosterone is similar to the natural testosterone produced by your body. And it belongs to a class of drugs known as androgens. Methyl-testosterone works by affecting many body systems so that the body can develop and function normally. Methyl-testosterone may also be used in certain adolescent boys to cause puberty in those with delayed puberty.

The recommended dose of Methyl-testosterone for replacement therapy in androgen-deficient males is 10 to 50 mg daily. The usual dosage of Testred for androgen therapy in breast carcinoma in females is from 50-200 mg daily. Methyl-testosterone may interact with blood thinners, or insulin or oral diabetes medications.


 

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