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Thursday 09, Feb 2012


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Omnadren (Omnis) is an anabolic steroid that offers endless advantages and is made up of four esters of testosterone. This anabolic steroid is very much the same as Sustanon 250 and the only difference is that users will observe a rise in the amounts of androgen hormone or testosterone earlier with Omnadren in comparison to Sustanon and the other change can be found in the greatest ester Caproate. It has a smaller half life than Sustanon and leads to faster preliminary improvements in bloodstream, opposed to the relatively more costly Sustanon.

The use of Omnadren causes extraordinary gains with regards to durability and muscle dimensions and encourages a stable launch of androgen hormone or testosterone over an ongoing time period after a single injection shot. This indicates that Omnadren users can avoid regular, painful injection shots and thereby prevent bloating and pain at injection sites.

The anabolic steroid is both extremely anabolic and androgenic, which makes it the best choice for facilitating dramatic improvements in terms of body strength and muscle function. Omnadren is second to none when it comes to improving the stage of nitrogen storage in muscle, which further causes enhanced protein synthesis. Omnadren use is also associated with enhanced capability of normally producing testosterone to improve the level of IGF-1.

The recommended dose of Omnadren is 250 mg every other several weeks time up to 1000 mg or more per day though an effective dose will be somewhere in the range of 250-1000 mg weekly. Omnadren can be stacked with a powerful anabolics such as Equipoise (boldenone undecylenate) or Deca (nandrolone decanoate). Users looking for extraordinary durability and muscles can stack it with effective orals such as Dianabol (methandrostenolone) and Anadrol (oxymetholone). Omnadren can be the element of a bulking as well as a cutting cycle.

Wednesday 09, Jun 2010

  Steroids not first preference for treating sore throat

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Steroids not first preference for treating sore throatEven though corticosteroids are generally prescribed and used to treat sore throats based on their inflammation-quelling powers, there is not much of evidence suggesting the same.

This finding was disclosed to Reuters by study co-author Dr. Brian H. Rowe of the University of Alberta in Edmonton.

It was remarked by Rowe that steroids should not be prescribed unless the benefits outweigh the risks and the same was supported by team reports in the journal Academic Emergency Medicine.