Performance Drugs & Steroids

Resources and information about performance drugs, including; steroids, hormones, pro-hormones and common auxiliary drugs used by bodybuilders and athletes.

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Clenbuterol cycle 101
Clenbuterol cycle 101
Clenbuterol has long been the fat burner of choice for many bodybuilders and athletes alike, favourably possessing both ... Read
Anavar cycle – the guide
Anavar cycle – the guide
Anavar (or simply “var”) is the common name for the steroid Oxandrolone, which in its clinical setting is primarily ... Read
Dianabol results, what will I gain?
Dianabol results, what will I gain?
For those looking to embark on their first ever Dianabol cycle the question of what sort of results they will see, and how much ... Read
HGH – Somatropin
HGH – Somatropin
New muscle cell formation, fat burning, joint strengthening, improvement to skin appearance and mood enhancement are just some of ... Read
Beginner steroid cycle – the guide
Beginner steroid cycle – the guide
New to steroids? Our beginners guide explains the various terminology used in the world of anabolics, looks at how a beginners ... Read
Common side effects of steroid use
Common side effects of steroid use
Both injectable and oral steroids can bring about undesirable side effects, some of which can be irreversible. Whilst sensible and... Read
The basics of prohormones
The basics of prohormones
Both the availability and popularity of prohormones have grown over the past decade, with an increasing choice of products ... Read
New to steroids? Common Q & A
New to steroids? Common Q & A
Below we have the answers to some basic questions which are commonly asked by those new to steroids. Although nothing is set in ... Read

Important information

Articles about performance enhancing drugs are for informational purposes only and are not intended to encourage or promote the use of such substances. These substances should only ever be used under the advice and supervision of a qualified and licensed physician.

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