Testosterone Propionate description
Testosterone Propionate Test P is the shortest-estered testosterone steroid. It's an injectable compound with a slower rate of release than un-esterified Testosterone, but a faster rate of release than all the rest of esterified testosterones.
Advantages and disadvantages to the short acting ester.
The major disadvantage is that users have to inject Testosterone Propionate at minimum every other day throughout the cycle to get proper results. The advantages, however, are easier control and prevention of potential side effects. Also because there is less ester per vial, there is more actual testosterone per injection, which produces better results
Testosterone Propionate certificate of analysis
|Assay(on dry bsis)||97.0~103.0%||98.60%|
|Loss On Drying||0.5%max||0.28%|
|Related Substances||Any impurity: 0.5%max||<0.5%|
|Disregard limit: 0.05%max||<0.05%|
|Conclusion||The specification conform with BP2005 standard|
Testosterone Propionate side effects
Testosterone Propionate Test P is a potent androgenic hormone and as a result androgenic side effects are possible. The possible androgenic side effects of Testosterone Propionate include acne, accelerated hair loss in those predisposed to male pattern baldness and body hair growth. While these side effects of Testosterone Propionate are possible, they are highly dependent on genetic predispositions. Many men will not have an issue at all, while others may need to exercise a little caution.