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Injection Guide (III)

Abscesses and Treatment Abscesses resulting from AAS injections are painful pockets of pus in a muscle or under the skin. They are not caused by rough injection technique, blunt needles or by injecting large amounts: they are caused by bacteria introduced at the time of injection. Bacteria are introduced by lack of hygiene, unsterile drawing up or […]

Injection Guide (II)

Safe intramusclar injection: safe and sterile IM injection A good safe and sterile IM injection technique will reduce pain and the chance of infection, abscesses and embolism. The overriding principle for sterility is never to expose syringe fittings, needles or gear to the air for longer than absolutely necessary, where they may attract pathogens. The […]

Injection Guide (I)

Safe intramusclar injection: aspiration and sites Most AAS injections mean pushing several millilitres of oil excipient deep into the muscle. This is different from the small 0.5 or 1 ml isotonic water-based vaccines or inoculations injected into a shoulder at a GP’s surgery. Even if isotonic water-based solutions (like saline) enter a blood vessel no […]


Sustanon: The “king” of testosterone blends. The four different testosterone esters in this product certainly look appealing to the consumer, there is no denying that. But for the athlete I think it is all just a matter of marketing (“why buy one ester when you can get four?”). In clinical situations there are some strong […]

Is there a best steroid cycle for beginners?

Most beginners plan their steroid cycles without knowledge of the risks or the quality of the steroids they are about to take. If a beginner takes a compound that is excessively toxic or harsh on the body, they will experience severe side effects. Taking such steroids immediately is like jumping in the deep end when […]

What an ESTER does…

I’m sure you have noticed the similarities on the labelling of many drugs. Let’s take testosterone as an example. One can find compounds like testosterone cypionate, enanthate, propionate, heptylate, caproate, phenylpropionate, isocaproate, decanoate, acetate… The list goes on and on. In all such cases the parent hormone is testosterone, which had been modified by adding […]