What Is Dianabol?

Dianabol was the first anabolic steroid designed solely for enhancing athletic ability. It made its way onto the market in 1958 after a doctor by the name of John Bosley Ziegler designed and distributed Dianabol to Olympic athletes. Since then, this testosterone derivative has been one of the most popular anabolic steroids available.


Frequently Asked Questions About Dianabol

1.    Is Dianabol effective when used by itself?

In the past, before the development of other anabolic steroids, many athletes used Dianabol alone without any other supplements or steroids backing it.

While some did experience gains, they experienced significant side effects due to the lack of testosterone in their bodies as well as the buildup of estrogen. Today, most athletes choose to supplement with testosterone and aromatase inhibitors to prevent these side effects.

What’s more, Dianabol is more effective when combined with injectable steroids such as Trenbolone or Deca Durabolin since the two work synergistically to provide outstanding results with a reduce risk of side effects.

2.    How much Dianabol is safe?

There is some argument over how much Dianabol is too much, particularly in forums and on social media sites. The average dose of Dianabol is anything from 25 to 50 milligrams (mg) per day, though some people claim that they use as little as 10mg per day along with a second injectable steroid and still enjoy large gains.

The maximum recommended dose of Dianabol is 50mg per day for no more than eight weeks. Although some individuals claim to use upward of 100mg per day, this exacerbates the risk for side effects significantly while providing very few, if any, additional gains.

3.    Why is Dianabol illegal?

The reasons why Dianabol is currently illegal in the US are numerous, but most experts agree that the side effects caused by large doses of the steroid caused the federal government to outlaw its possession and use except under the recommendation and oversight of a physician. Dianabol was common up until the late 1960s when testing began in the Olympics, but it was not until 1988 that President Reagan included it in the Drug Abuse Act. In fact, even then, many argued its legality.

For this reason, the US Congress added it to its list of controlled substances in 1990. Despite the legal status, people continue to use it in the United States, and those who do so responsibly do not experience adverse side effects in most cases.

4.    Which anabolic steroids work best with Dianabol?

Everyone is different, so everyone tolerates steroids differently. For the majority of users, Dianabol pairs best with Deca Durabolin, Trenbolone, and other injectable steroids.

This is because pairing with another oral steroid increases liver toxicity and may cause irreparable harm. Most experts claim that combining Dianabol with another oral steroid produces very little synergistic effect and it is not worth the additional risk.

Precautions and Considerations Prior to Using Dianabol

Before using Dianabol for the first time, users should undergo a complete medical checkup. Those who have high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol levels should avoid using Dianabol as it can exacerbate these conditions.

What’s more, beginners should start with very low doses (around 10mg per day) to determine their bodies’ reaction to the steroid. Then, if they tolerate it well, beginners can increase the dose by an additional few milligrams per day until they reach the desired dosage.

In order for Dianabol users to protect their health, following a cycle with a post-therapy supplement such as toremifene or Clomid is vital. Although most users do not experience severe side effects when using Dianabol as recommended, those who do should stop taking it immediately.