Here you can find range of our Testosterone Cypionate steroids for sale. Test C is one of the longest-estered testosterone available today in the market.
Active-Life: 16 days
Drug Class: Injectible Steroid
Average Reported Dosage: Men 200 to 1000 mg weekly
Water Retention: Yes, high
High Blood Pressure: Yes
Liver Toxic: Low, except in absurd dosages
Aromatization: Yes, high
DHT conversion: Yes, high
Decreases HPTA Function: Yes, severely
Testosterone cypionate is a slow acting ester of testosterone. It has a high ability to promote strong increases in muscle mass and strength. Most of the qualities of TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE also apply to TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE, a slight distinction concerns the active life period. Injections can be made weekly at dosages of 200-1000 mg. However most of us will experience excellent results with 200 up to 600 mg weekly. Remember that the more the dosage doesn’t mean the more results, as there is a physiological optimum of activity. Moreover, the more you’ll surcharge the HPTA system with exogenous hormone, the weak it will get, making it more difficult to restart after the cycle.
Testosterone cypionate stacks well with any other AAS.
Side Effects (Androgenic):
Testosterone androgenic effects are responsible for maintaining secondary male
sexual characteristics. Elevated levels of testosterone like AS are likely to produce androgenic response like oily skin, acne, hair loss, body or facial hair growth. Any tissue targeted by Testosterone (prostate, scalp, and skin) can potentially develop secondary effects.
Women are warned of these potential virilizing effects. Indeed they may cope with deepening of the voice, menstrual irregularities, clitoral enlargement for instance.
Testosterone is not hepatotoxic. Even taken orally in order to reach hepatic tissues directly (not being alkylated) at high doses of 400 mg per day (2,800 mg per week) for 20 days, produced no significant changes in liver enzyme values.
AAS have deleterious effects on serum cholesterol. They reduce HDL (good) cholesterol and increase LDL (bad) cholesterol.
The impact is dose dependent, as well as the route of administration (oral vs. injectable), type of steroid and hepatic health.
Steroids may also negatively affect blood pressure and triglycerides; potentially increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
To help reduce these negative side effects, you should keep an active cardiovascular program and a good diet with good fats intake and complex carbohydrates rather than simple and rapid ones.
Natural cholesterol leveler and antioxidant should be a help, like the all in one formula such as Stabil.
All AAS suppress endogenous testosterone production. Testosterone-like are no exception, like Testosterone Cypionate is.
Without the help of testosterone-stimulating substances, testosterone levels will only return to normal after a long period of several months.
A way to lessen the post-cycle difficulty to recover is to replace testosterone cypionate with another milder AAS at the end of the cycle. The new steroid is aimed to be taken alone for one to two more months.
For other considerations I would not recommend to make too long AAS cycles however, as for instance, cell Testosterone receptors themselves will become less performing.