Oxandrolone is an anabolic and androgenic steroid. It was first released on the market in 1964 by SearleLaboratories. Today it is known under many trademarks, including Vasorome, Anatrofil, Anavar and Oxandrin. In its essence, Oxandrolone is an artificial steroid, with a heterocyclic A ring in which the oxygen atom replaces the carbon atom. Steroid is very popular due to its low androgenic activity and high anabolic index.
Like many other AAS, Oxandrolone was originally developed for medical purposes. It was used to treat anemia, Turner syndrome, fight HIV, strengthen bones and recover from burns. A very short time has passed, and the anavar is firmly entrenched in sports pharmacology. For competing athletes is a prohibited preparation.

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