Some steroids come in an injectable form only, while others are available as an oral form. Very few, such as Winstrol, can be injected or taken orally.
Understandably, if you’re new to using steroids then starting with injections is going to seem daunting; you may even want to avoid it altogether and select only those steroids which are orals. But this does limit you to a small number of steroids like Anavar and Dianabol.
Oral forms of AA steroids:
* Methandrostenolone (Dianabol, Danabol), or Dbol
* Oxandrolone (Anavar, Oxandrin), or Var
* Oxymetholone (Anadrol, A bombs, A50), or Drol
* Stanozolol (Winstrol), or Winny
* Methenolone Acetate (Oral Primobolan), or Primo
* Halotestin (Fluoxymesterone), or Halo
* Turinabol (Oral Turinabol), or Tbol
* Mesterolone (Proviron)
* Clenbuterol or Clen
* Cytomel T3 (Liothyronine Sodium) or Triiodothyronine
Injectable forms of AA steroids:
* Nandrolone Decanoate (Deca-Durabolin), or Deca
* Methenolone Enanthate (Primobolan Depot), or Primo
* Masteron (Drostanolone, Dromostanolone)
* Testosterone (Cypionate / Enanthate / Propionate)
* Sustanon 250 (Sust 250), or Sust
* Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
* Trenbolone (Tren E, Tren Ace), or Tren
* Parabolan (Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate), or Tren Hex
* Boldenone Undecylenate (Equipoise), or EQ
* Stanozolol (Winstrol Depot), or Winny
One of the big downsides to oral steroids is their toxicity to the liver. The level of liver toxicity differs between steroids, dosage, duration of use and your individual response.
Choosing injectable steroids opens up your choices to a wider range of products. Oral steroids are generally taken daily due to their shorter half life, while an injection might be once or twice weekly.