Methandriol Dipropionate is a injectable, strongly anabolic steroid with some androgenic properties. By raising the level of nitrogen retention, it stimulates protein synthesis, resulting in greater muscle mass; and it increases strength. In addition, it may have anti-catabolic properties. Methandriol Dipropionate is strong enough to be used by alone. However, it is frequently combined with other steriods to enhance the overall effects.
Methandriol Dipropionate does not directly convert to estrogen, thus it has a low incidence of estrogen-related side effects, such as gynecomastia, water retention, and fat deposition, which are usually minimal if they occur. As Methandriol Dipropionate has an androgenic component, typical androgenic-related side effects are possible: oily skin, acne, increased body hair, and scalp hairloss if prone to male pattern baldness.
Each 10 ml multidose vial contains 75mg per ml. Vials have a white coloured generic flip-off top.
Methandriol Dipropionate / British Dragon
by Bill Roberts - This substance, used in some Australian veterinary products, is to be avoided by male bodybuilders. It is highly estrogenic, and has no redeeming properties. It is a poor anabolic and the mythical "receptor-cleaning" properties that have been claimed for it are pure fantasy.
An antiaromatase would not correct the estrogenic problems of this drug, since it is directly estrogenic, not requiring conversion by aromatase. An antiestrogen such as Clomid would probably help, but since methandriol is a poor anabolic anyway, there is no point to a methandriol/Clomid stack.