Oxy (Anadrol / Anapolon) Gen-Shi Labs is a synthetic anabolic steroid containing 50 mg per tablet of the hormone Oxymetholone and is sold in a package with 30 tablets. It was first developed in 1960 by the pharmaceutical company Syntex. Anadrol has almost the same effect on the human body as Dianabol, the only difference will be that this oxyhemoglobin is progestogen.
Initially, it was produced as a therapeutic drug to help people with anemia and other diseases causing significant weight loss. Therefore, Oxy is a very effective means to increase body weight. This works by increasing your appetite and the number of red blood cells, this thing will help the body absorb more oxygen and transfer it to the muscles. A greater amount of blood and oxygen will increase the nutrition of the tissues and will contribute to weight gain. Like most anabolic androgenic steroids, Oxy has a bad reputation because of side effects. After treatment with Anadrol, the natural process of body production of hormones will be inhibited, also it will badly affect the profile of blood lipids, and it is very toxic to the liver.
OXY, with another name Andadrol or Anapolon, is an underground product of Gen-Shi Labs.This company is very famous and produces in many places of Europe and the USA, in OSAKA, Japan. Oxy contains oxymotolone. This active substance gives power to its users. At the same time, Oxy is the cause of extra strength and self-confidence, and this is most preferable for athletes and bodybuilders. When using Oxy, you should pay attention to the products that you will use with it. For example, during its use, you should drink 2.5-3 liters of water per day. Your dose should be 50-100 mg per day. A complex of B vitamins and protective agents should be taken for a healthy cycle.
OXY Side Effects
Nausea, vomiting, stomach aches, decrease appetite, headaches, insomnia, and diarrhea, various mood swings, virilization effects (oily skin, acne, body and facial hair growth, pattern male baldness conditions). Long term use of the drug can cause a variety of serious alimentary dysfunctions, including hepatitis, liver cancer, and cirrhosis.