Anavar was the old U.S. brand name for the oral steroid oxandrolone, is a drug created by Searle Laboratories, now Pfizer Inc, and introduced into the US in 1964. Oxandrolone is a synthetic anabolic steroid derived from dihydrotestosterone (DHT) by substituting the second carbon atom for oxygen. The drug was prescribed to promote muscle regrowth in disorders which cause involuntary weight loss. It had also been shown to be partially successful in treating cases of osteoporosis. Recently, it was approved as a drug in treating alcoholic hepatitis, Turner syndrome, and weight loss caused by HIV. It is also indicated as an offset to protein catabolism caused by long-term administration of corticosteroids. In addition, the drug has shown positive results in treating anemia and hereditary angioedema.







Chilli peppers contain substances such as capsaicin (the compound which gives peppers their hot sharp taste), dihydrocapsaicin and nordihydro-capsaicin. These are responsible for the burning sensation in your mouth when you eat chilli pepper. This happens because the substances attach themselves to the TRPV1 receptor. And because they interact with this receptor, pepper extracts also increase the body's fat burning. They do this so effectively that a number of reviews have already pointed to these components as promising ingredients for anti-obesity supplements and functional foods. And they also have some added health advantages.

Just after the second world war a hopeful world produced a large new generation. Most of them did well. They have worked their whole life and are willing to pay for pharmaceutical aids that will prolong and ease their “golden years”. They want to grow old, but they want to grow old gracefully, maintaining their youthful skills. They don’t want to spent their last years in a wheelchair or in a nursing bed with a bedpan. They want to remain mobile and have a healthy sexlife. The success of Phizers Viagra proves that.



I was in Greece to meet some friends and also spoke to a female friend that is losing her hair due to stress, as long as I know her, she brought something interesting to my attention. She had been to France where a doctor had prescribed her medication to treat her hair problems. Since many people face the same problem, both males and females I want to share this with you.

The regional fat distribution in humans is clearly regulated by hormones, although genetic factors also play important roles. Not only sex steroid hormones are of importance, since adrenal corticosteroids also play a major role. This is seen clinically for example in Cushing's syndrome. In addition, peptide hormones such as insulin and growth hormone (GH) are important regulators of adipose tissue distribution, often on the basis of 'permissive' effects of the steroid hormones. In other words, steroid hormones provide a more long-term adaptation to permit the acute effects of peptide and catecholaminergic hormones.

High-rep pump sets with light or moderate weights at the end of a workout have been used for decades. There many different training-protocols leading to the same result, namely pumping up the muscle with blood. You can decrease the weights with every set. You can pump to failure. Do “100’s “ etc etc.

Renaming it as “FST-7” is only a way to make it look like a new concept and thus more marketable. What’s not new either, and just like what happens to bodybuilding itself, hard core extremists also push this concept to new level by adding SEO’s, peptides, opiates, silica and of course roids. More about that later….

St. John’s Wort is an effective alternative to many antidepressants based on the literature that I have reviewed.

But, you'll find in North America at least, the powers that be are trying to shape the view of this herb to be less efficacious than it really is. It's in the best interest of drug companies after all to promote their products and discredit other viable alternatives.

After reading some wonderful reviews on SARMs, I decided to give them a try.

In my opinion Ostarine would be the most suitable compound. I ordered myself some API (raw powder) and asked my buddy if he would punch me some tablets. So I started to search for the best dose.

I know that the doses used in medical studies are mostly very low. And that is partly because in those studies are made to treat certain medical conditions and bodybuilders and other iron warriors want to use it for off label reasons. That why I mostly try to find logs that describe the effects and side effects of certain doses on the different discussion forums.

Skeletal muscle has long been known as the target of several growth factors and hormones, including IGFs, steroids, thyroid and neurohypophyseal hormones, often regulating both muscle development and homeostasis in postnatal life, as summarized in classical as well as more recent reviews. Such a complex hormonal regulation is not surprising, if one considers the many diverse functions muscle exerts: mechanical force production, body temperature regulation and metabolic storage due to its protein content. Active muscle accounts for over 90% of total body energy expenditure.

Much more recent is the view of muscle as the source of several hormones [5-7] making skeletal muscle the largest endocrine gland of the organism and probably the most complex, due to the number (hundreds) of peptides constituting its secretome.

An increasing number of young and middle‑aged men are seeking treatment for symptoms related to deficient levels of androgens (hypogonadism) including depression, loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, and fatigue. The increase in prevalence of testosterone supplementation in general and anabolic steroid‑induced hypogonadism specifically among younger athletes is creating a population of young men who are uniquely impacted by the testicular end‑organ negative consequences of exogenous steroid use. Exogenous testosterone therapy can alter the natural regulation of the hypothalamic‑pituitary‑gonadal axis leading to impaired spermatogenesis with azoospermia being a serious possible result, thus rendering the individual infertile.