Trenavar is a very potent prohormone formally known as Trendione, which actually converts to trenbolone (aka 'Tren') in the body. With effects ten times more androgenic than testosterone and a half-life of approximately 6 to 8 hours, this is a powerful, fast-acting compound that has earned its respect in the bodybuilding field.
Aside from superb bulking results, trenavar is the number one choice for cutting or re-comping - if you're looking for strength and hardness, this is the prohormone of choice.
Some might say - the champion of prohormones.
How does Trenavar Work?
Trenavar works by directly targeting the compound 17b-HSD1. By the process of hydrogenation it then basically converts the compound to Trenbolone.
As you've probably guessed this is basically a workaround for anyone looking for the effects of trenbolone without many of the headaches associated with that particular anabolic steroid.
What does Trenavar Do?
Trenavar, if used correctly, can dramatically increase the user's strength and also bulk up their mass. Other effects include swift fat shredding and improved muscle vascularity.
Why use Trenavar instead of Trenbolone?
There are a few answers to this question but the simplest one is the effectiveness of the compound in short cycles. It has gained a warranted reputation for producing quick and impressive results.
One benefit Trenavar has over Trenbolone is the fact that it's taken orally. This means there is no risk of the dreaded 'Tren-cough.'
Additionally, Trenavar is non-methylated and therefore lighter on the system in general.
Given that it doesn't need to be injected, Trenavar is a practical choice for most.
Like all drugs, there are pros and cons and Trenavar should only be taken responsibly. If taken with good cycle support and a successful PCT, the side effects can be avoided. Restore your natural testosterone production by using SERM (Nolvadex or Clomid) and boost the production of testosterone by taking an OTC (over the counter) testosterone booster such as the Mutagenic Labz PCT DAA/Arimistane blend.
See our Beginner's Guide to PCT for more information.
In common with most other prohormone cycles, increased in blood pressure and elevated cholesterol are likely to occur during a trenavar cycle. Any increase in blood pressure is likely to dissipate after the cycle and potential liver issues can be compensated by taking TUDCA and running your PCT (Post Cycle Therapy).
Trenavar has been known to lower libido and increase aggression but it won't increase estrogen levels and therefore there is a reduced risk of gynecomastia.
One side-effect to note, however, is Trenavar's ability to lower thyroid levels. This can trigger prolactin production. Excessive Prolactin can lead to sore and puffy nipples, and in extreme cases the production of breast milk.
Less common side effects include:
- Hair loss
When in doubt, consult a medical professional.
How long should you take Trenavar?
Trenavar is a potent prohormone and therefore cycles should be shorter than normal. A sensible period is 3-4 weeks.
Once again, be aware of the drug's potency and keep the levels in check. Typical doses of Trenavar come in at around 20-50 mg per day. Split the dose in half, taken twice per day with a TUDCA Plus Liver and Organ Support.
Trenavar, although not as problematic as the alternative, is a potent prohormone and should be taken responsibly in short cycles at a low dosage. The fact the drug is taken orally makes it a little easier on the system, but it should only be taken with full 'on cycle' support and with a rigid regimen of PCT to follow.
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