Injectable Anabolic Steroids Oil NPP Nandrolone Phenylpropionate 100mg/ml
Nandrolone Phenylpropionate 100mg/ml (NPP) is the lesser known and less popular phenylpropionate ester version of nandrolone. First off its important to understand the difference between what we know as ‘deca’ and what we know as “NPP”. To put it in simple terms the difference is simply the ester. NPP has the shorter ester while deca durabolin version of nandrolone has the longer ‘deca’ ester. Many lifters have no clue they can use the compound they love so much in a shorter ester. The only disadvantage would be the amount of injections, the shorter ester would have to be injected every other day or every 3 days at the most, while the long ‘deca’ ester can be injected once or twice a week. However the advantages are there which I will discuss as we go along.
Effective Dose (Men): 350mg per week.
Effective Dose (Women): 25mg per day.
Active life: 3 days
Detection Time: 2 weeks
Nandrolone Phenylpropionate is used to treat anemia by stimulating red blood cell production, and an increase in RBC count can improve endurance during exercise via better lactic acid clearing and oxygen delivery. The blood is also better enabled to carry nutrients to muscle tissue to aid in repair, administration also increases the rate of muscle glycogen repletion after exercise helping the athlete dramatically improve recovery after strenuous physical exercise. Athletes who require a high level of endurance in their chosen sport can benefit from the use of Nandrolone Phenylpropionate. A favorite with bodybuilders who suffer with sore joints, Nandrolona F can also improve collagen synthesis, which may improve joint function and alleviate joint pains.
Nandrolone is a relatively safe steroid and does not present a huge range of side effects to the user. The main side effect that is feared by most steroid users is gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is the development of breast tissue and can make the pectoral region look ugly. The lumps can make a man’s pectorals look like women’s breasts. NPP does convert to estrogen but does at about 20% the rate of testosterone. Estrogen-related side effects can be prevented by taking an anti-estrogen such as Clomid or Nolvadex. A better solution, although more expensive would be an anti-inhibitor such as Arimidex or Letrozole.