Aren`t you sure which ones to choose, what are pros and cons of them and which side effects you can expect? If you want more information, read this article carefully and find out what you need to know.
Oral steroids are preferred by individuals who want quick results. This is because oral steroids are in ready form and once they are ingested they immediately undergo the so-called first-pass metabolism and enter the bloodstream to exert their anabolic effects. Injectable steroids, particularly those that have esters, cannot be readily used by the body because the ester chain should be cut off first by hepatic enzymes before they can be active. Another advantage of oral steroids is their shorter half-lives, which means their metabolites do not stay in the system for long. This property is what makes oral steroids the choice by most athletes who undergo anti-doping screening. Among the most popular oral steroids are Anavar, Danabol and Clenbuterol.
Oral steroids, however, can pose drawbacks to users. One of the common complaints with oral steroids is that they are stressful to the liver, particularly those which are c-17 alpha-alkylated. The 17 alkylation is added to improve the bioavailability of oral steroids. Without this chemical alteration, drugs may not be able to survive the first-pass metabolism of the liver, and thus may not be able to exert anabolic effects.
The liver fulfills vital functions in the body, including storage of important nutrients like glycogen and clearance of waste products (detoxification). Oral steroids can negatively affect the liver’s ability to carry out these functions. To support liver detoxication from oral steroids it is best to use Lagosa every day with oral steroids usage with the dosage of 1 – 2 tabs per day.
The orals, well that is self, explanatory really, except, for the fact that if on numerous tablets/capsules per day, it is best to split them up into say two or three sections through out the day. This helps to absorb into the body at a more steadier rate. Not all “oral-takers” can have it easy though and one quick story should put you in the picture easily.
Athletes prefer injectable steroids over oral steroids for several reasons. First, injectable steroids pose lesser health risks than their oral counterparts. Injectable steroids do not have the 17 alpha alkylation of most oral steroids, a chemical modification that is injurious to the liver. Instead, injectable steroids have esters to make them longer-acting. Injectable steroids also have lesser side effects compared to oral steroids since they are chemically designed to bypass the digestive system. Because for these reasons, individuals who are into prolonged steroid cycles usually opt for injectable steroids.
Injectable steroids can be oil-based or water-based. In general, injectable steroids which are oil-based have longer half-life than water-based injectable steroids. Both, of course, have much longer half-lives than oral steroids. And this is proving to be a drawback for injectable steroids as they have high probability of being detected in drug screening since their clearance times tend to be longer than orals. Athletes resolve this problem using injectable steroids early in the cycle then switch to orals when approaching the end of the cycle and drug testing is imminent.
This is certainly the least favourite with FIRST TIME users, for obvious reasons but do not panic guys. It is in my opinion the better of the two by far. With an injection the dosage is applied directly into a large muscle group and therefore there is less toxicity directed through the liver. Again, do not start panicking as it sounds worse than it actually is but the “jabs” are less likely to be forgotten to be taken and can be controlled much easier I feel.