Mibolerone

Mibolerone, also known as Cheque Drops, is the most powerful steroid on the market today. Originally, it was used by veterinarians to prevent ovulation in female dogs. It is a very controversial drug and there are as many arguments for using it as there are against its use.

The late "steroid guru" Dan Duchaine discovered that Mibolerone had some use in building muscle but more importantly, it accentuated aggression. He introduced it to body builders in 1988 along with DNP. It got a lukewarm reception but caught on quickly with those involved in contact sports. Football players, martial arts professionals, and boxers loved it because it enhanced aggression. In fact, it is widely believed (but has never been proven) that Mike Tyson took Mibolerone prior to the 1997 boxing match in which he bit off part of Evander Holyfield's ear.

Mibolerone is the harshest steroid on the market today, so much so that consumers are advised to take it for only two weeks and never during a cutting cycle. It is nearly six times as anabolic and 2.5 times as androgenic as testosterone. If you would expect a steroid this powerful to have side effects you would be correct. Its high androgenic properties can cause Gynecomastia. It is very toxic to the liver and users are advised to make sure their liver is functioning well before taking it.

One of the advantages to Mibolerone is the rush of aggression you experience shortly after taking it. Because of this, it is very popular with contact sports athletes and power lifters. It does not aromatize and accentuates male characteristics. Those who take it find that they have significantly more energy and are able to train harder and perform better.

Taking this steroid for less than two weeks will not do much; you'll notice very little progress in building muscle. Taking it for more than two weeks can result in liver damage and suppress testosterone production. The two week limit seems to be the ideal dosing cycle and your natural testosterone will get back to its normal levels quickly. Exceeding the recommended dosage could affect your health on a long term basis.

Women rarely take Mibolerone because it is particularly virulent to the female body. It can cause spontaneous abortion and if the fetus survives it could be born with a diseased or non-functioning liver. Women also experience the growth of facial hair and the Adam's apple, severe acne and deepening of the voice when they take this particular steroid.

There are some very good reasons not to use this steroid but a lot of good reasons to use it, too. You should get a clean bill of health from your physician before you take Mibolerone.