Methandienone (also known as methandrostenolone, Dbol, dianabol) is an orally-effective anabolic steroid originally developed in Germany and released in the US in the early 1960s by Ciba Specialty Chemicals. This is a derivative from testosterone, one of the most popular steroid compounds in the world and the second steroid (after testosterone) ever produced. Methandienone promotes dramatic increases in protein synthesis, glycogenolysis, and muscle strength over a short space of time.
Last, but most certainly not least, there is evidence to suggest that HGH may be just as powerful as anabolic steroids in recovery – if not more so. Doctors in major hospitals around the world, including those at the Mayo Clinic, will often prescribe high-dose HGH to patients who have suffered traumatic injuries or burns to help them heal. Doses usually range from 8IU to as much as 16IU daily – more than any athlete should ever take unless under the direct care of a physician. Studies have found that this can improve the healing process tremendously and lessen the time patients spend in the hospital recovering.