In general, tablet steroids are used for the first courses with appreciable results, particularly for Dianabol, but injectable steroids are for the most part more effective, because they not only provide a regular supply of the active material into the bloodstream, but most significantly, they haven’t been filtered out by the liver. From the moment when an oral steroid passes through the liver, it loses a great deal of its effectiveness and causes a great deal of stress for the organ.
Articles in this section
- How do I do my first injections?
- How to manage my training to create a catabolic state?
- While taking steroids, do I need to maintain a strict diet?
- Can I do non-stop courses, for six months or more?
- Do I have fewer risks if I take lower doses than the recommended dosage?
- Can I increase the recommended dosage to get better results?
- Are anabolic steroids dangerous?
- What are the effects of steroids?
- What is best for me, injectable steroids, or tablets?
- What’s the origin of anabolic steroids?