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By: Raad Erin
Dymethazine is really a variant of the Superdrol molecule with almost the exact same features. It is really just two superdrol molecules paired together and those molecules break apart in the body to form two Superdrol molecules.

Dymethazine is very similar in effects to Superdrol, but may be slightly milder on the liver, due to the bonding. No one knows where the molecule actually splits, so it is possible that the molecule makes it past the liver and misses the first pass, thus making it less liver stressful.

That being said, Dymethazine has just about the same characteristics as superdrol, meaning it will likely be very supressive to natural androgen production and can’t convert to estrogen, making the need to stack it with something “wet” pretty common.

Erin Raad reviews sports supplements and supplement ingredients. His opinions are not unbiased nor impartial and are not to be construed as medical advice

Dymethazine should have the same harsh effects on cholesterol and blood pressure as Superdrol, since it is a DHT compound that is very dry. Common side effects will be similar like extreme back pumps, the ability to gain 15-18lbs of dry mass in a 3 week period, aggressive moods and acne.

Dymethazine, like superdrol is not naturally occurring and should be avoided for sale, now that the laws are clarified in that area. It is rapidly disappearing from the shelves, since there were not too many clones out there.

The original marketer was iForce, who recently came under scrutiny for Dymethazine and Superdrol, removing both from the market. It was soon replaced by D-zine, since D-zine is an exact clone of this steroid.
Dymethazine Is Low Quality Muscle

The big problem with Superdrol, Dymethazine and other steroids of this nature is that any muscle gained is likely to be lost as soon as the steroid is stopped. This is because the 20lbs isn’t really “muscle” it is in fact cellular water (which is different from estrogen water retention). The common cycle of Superdrol and Dymethazine is a gain of 18lbs and then a loss of 13lbs after the cycle.

This is a problem because everyone knows you are on steroids when you gain 20lbs in 4 weeks, only to lose 15lbs of that 2 weeks later. Unless you like being looked at as a “roid head” you will want to avoid Superdrol type products for this reason.

Disclamary: Nothing I say constitutes medical advice. Please check with your medical professional before starting any diet or exercise program. This message is considered confidential.
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