Did you know Anavar (Oxandrolone) is a legally prescribed medication? In this video I explain my own personal experience with this medication, the pro’s and con’s, as well as my dosing protocol. Viking Alternative Medicine provides Hormone Replacement Therapy for both Men and Women as well as a host of other Performance Enhancing options to optimize your mental and physical wellbeing. Visit us online at www.VikingAlternative.com or call 210-826-8900
Oxandrolone. Better known as Anavar. It’s often thought to be a mild steroid since it’s one of the only medications in this classification that can be safely used by women. But is it just for the ladies? Or can this compound work well for both males and females?
Oh, and did you know it’s actually legal?
Okay, first we need to get this out of the way. I’m not a doctor, I don’t pretend to be a doctor. Nothing I say should be misconstrued as medical advice. Everything discussed in this video has been legally prescribed by a medical professional and manufactured in a licensed U.S. pharmacy. This video is for entertainment purposes only.
So what gives me the right to even have an opinion about Anavar in the first place?
Well, primarily because I’ve been taking it for about 4 weeks now; 25 mg in the morning and 25 mg in the afternoon. And while it is available in different concentrations, this particular tablet is 50 mg. So I break it in half every morning and split the dose across the day.
Now for those of you that watch my channel religiously, you know I never go into the history of a medication. I find it extremely boring when people discuss what year a drug was introduced, the molecular structure… whatever.
If that’s your thing, you can take your nerd ass to Google and do some research on your own.
I’m here to tell you what it does.
What I’ve learned.
So this is pharmaceutical grade Anavar, and of course it’s available at Viking. Which is good because Anavar isn’t cheap to produce. And when something is expensive to make, it attracts counterfeiters.
In fact I’d venture to say that most of the Anavar you’d buy off of the Internet is either fake or severely under-dosed. So remember that before you hit the “Buy Now” button on some website named We Promise It’s Real, Why Would We Lie To You dot com.
That’s not really a website.
So why is Anavar prescribed in the first place?
Mainly for loss of muscle mass, especially in conjunction with dieting. Because when your body is in a caloric deficit, it can use muscle for fuel.
Is there anybody out there that wants thier hard earned muscle to be burned as fuel?
Of course not.
So Anavar helps prevent that.
Now on to what you can expect. But again, this is my experience. And your mileage may vary.
I personally really like the stuff. It’s not like Dbol or something else that increases your strength exponentially in a very short period of time. But I’d argue you don’t want that anyway because in that situation, your muscles have a tendency to grow faster than what your tendons and ligaments can handle. And that’s how injuries happen; especially at my age.
The best way I can describe Anavar is more of a “Slow Burn” compound. It kind of creeps up on you little by little. And one day, after you’re a few weeks into it, you’re like… Okay, this isn’t bad.
Your strength increases gradually, it’s easier to maintain or even lose weight, and your athletic performance is enhanced.
This is because your body increases Nitrogen Retention and optimizes your metabolism. You might even want to throw a little more protein in your diet since your body becomes far better at nutrition partitioning and protein synthesis.
It’s not that your muscles get bigger, but they definitely feel harder. And the pump you get from this stuff sometimes makes it feel like your skin is going to split open.
There’s also very little aromatization; or in other words, estrogen conversion. So you usually don’t have to increase your Aromatase Inhibitor to offset the extra estrogen production like you’d have to do with other substances.
When it comes to women, there’s very little chance of virilization.
Which is the process of turning Susan into Stanley.
Anavar is also easier on your liver than almost every other substance of its
Now that’s not to say it’s entirely safe; you’re still going to want a medical professional to monitor your health, but all things considered, it’s definitely one of the least toxic oral steroids out there.
To have Anavar legally prescribed you’ll need to schedule a consultation with a Viking Medical provider, which can be done right on our website. So yes, you have to get medical approval. And as far as what you can legally be prescribed, I believe the maximum number of tablets is 60, which is 2 months worth of medication.
And once your script runs out, you have to wait at least 2 months for a refill or you have to get labs to show your liver function has not been compromised.
So what are the down sides to Anavar?
While I haven’t experienced any of these myself, you could potentially get liver damage, elevated blood pressure and/or cholesterol, kidney damage, hair loss, and if you’re a woman your voice could get deeper, your cycle could become irregular… but again, that usually only happens from abuse.
So there you have it. My own personal experience with Anavar. It’s good stuff and the fact that it’s an oral medication makes it even more appealing for most.
But whether you leverage science to optimize your mental and physical performance, or if you choose to let Mother Nature drag your scrawny ass into the abyss.
You are Never Too Old to Live Like A Viking.