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Post cycle therapy is a method of employing drugs which work via various mechanisms to go about trying to aid stabilising and restoring a users hormones back to normal once a suppressive anabolic androgenic steroid cycle has been ceased. They include the Clomiphene, Tamoxifen, Human Chorionic Gonadotropin HCG, Pregnyl, Nolvadex, Mesterolone, Pro...

Post cycle therapy is a method of employing drugs which work via various mechanisms to go about trying to aid stabilising and restoring a users hormones back to normal once a suppressive anabolic androgenic steroid cycle has been ceased. They include the Clomiphene, Tamoxifen, Human Chorionic Gonadotropin HCG, Pregnyl, Nolvadex, Mesterolone, Proviron, Phospolipide.

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PCT - POST CYCLE THERAPY There are 25 products.

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  • Anastrozole
    Although Arimidex does increase testosterone levels slightly in the body, it is more often used in conjunction with other steroids to lower estrogen in the body. Many anabolic steroids will convert, or aromatize, in the body into estrogen, which causes many of the unwanted side effects like bloating and acne. Arimidex is one of the best compounds to lower the aromatizing effect of steroids.
  • Clomiphene
    Clomid is the commonly referenced brand name for the drug clomiphene citrate. It is not an anabolic steroid, but a prescription drug generally prescribed to women as a fertility aid.
  • Exemestane
    Aromasin (Exemestane) is one of those weird compounds that nobody really knows what to do with. What we generally hear about it makes it very uninteresting…It’s a third generation Aromatase Inhibitor (AI) just like Arimidex (Anastrozole) and Femera (Letrozole). Both of those two drugs are very efficient at stopping the conversion of androgens into estrogen, and since we have them, why bother with Aromasin?
  • Finasteride

    Propecia (finasteride) is used to treat male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia) in men. It is also used in combination with doxazosin in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

  • HCG
    Chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) is a hormone found in the female body during the early months of pregnancy (it is produced in the placenta). It is in fact the pregnancy indicator looked at by the over the counter pregnancy test kits, as due to its origin it is not found in the body at any other time.
  • Letrozole
    Letrozole (Letromina) is a third generation Aromatase Inhibitor (AI) that works by attaching to -and eliminating the aromatase enzyme resposible for producing estrogen. This makes it a perfect choice to combat gynocomastia which it will completely prevent. Letrozole also quite raises LH levels which deems it suitable for post-cycle use. The human body does need estrogen to maintain proper immune function and balance cholesterol ratios in the blood. Since letrozole is so strong at eliminating estrogen, it is not suited for long term use.
  • Mesterolone (Proviron)

    Proviron (Mesterolone) is the Schering brand name for the oral androgen mesterolone (1 methyl-dihydrotestosterone). Just as with DHT, the activity of this steroid is that of a strong androgen which does not aromatize into estrogen.

  • Phospholipid
    Essentiale Forte N has been developed to help improve liver function naturally. Essentiale Forte N combines phospholipids with a vitamin complex to help repairing damaged cellular membrane or building a new one. Essentiale Forte N has been used in Europe for decades as hepatoprotector and recommended by european health professionals for the conditions such as: hepatitis(acute and chronic), toxic hepatitis, medicinal and alcoholic hepatitis, poisonings, hepatic steatosis of different aetiology.
  • Tamoxifen (Nolvadex)

    Nolvadex (Tamoxifen), a trade name for the drug tamoxifen citrate, is a non-steroidal agent that demonstrates potent antiestrogenic properties. The drug is technically an estrogen agonist/antagonist, which competitively binds to estrogen receptors in various target tissues.

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