Ortrexyl (Methyltrienolone) by Kalpa Pharmaceuticals is an anabolic steroid used for muscle binding and performance boosting. It is considered a very strong steroid. Methyltrienolone is a toxic, non-aromatizing steroid. It should be used with caution by users with pre-existing cardiovascular disorders and hepatic or renal insufficiency.
It is a high androgenic drug. In comparison with other anabolic steroids, metribolone does not convert to estrogen; therefore many adverse reactions such as gynecomastia and water retention can be avoided.
Another difference between Ortrexyl and the rest of anabolic steroids is its anti-catabolic property. It is favorable for persons that wish to minimize muscle wasting when having a calorie deficit. Its active life cycle is 6 hours. Ortrexyl is not recommended for use in women due to its increased toxicity.
Use of Ortrexyl Kalpa Pharmaceuticals
Ortrexyl is not a product that should be used, so I do not recommend athletes or bodybuilders use it. Those who are foolish enough to try it will run 0.5 milligrams (mgs) to 5mgs per day split dose. Regarding the cycle duration, you should not exceed 3 to 4 weeks of use.
Ortrexyl might seem like the best thing ever because on paper it’s so strong, but this is misleading. As already mentioned above, it is actually milder than oral trenbolone, yet more toxic on the liver. Those that have managed to find it say they were disappointed with the results; though, this might be partially a result of using underdosed or bunk products. My belief is that the amount of Ortrexyl you would have to run and the length of cycle you would need in order to see results would be counter productive to your health in the first place, so it is best to use safer alternatives.
Ortrexyl (Methyltrienolone) Side Effects
Along with the incredible potency of methyltrienolone comes some very strong side effects. Ortrexyl is very androgenic and is likely to cause hair loss and severe acne in those who are prone to these effects. There is some risk for gynecomastia due to the progestational effects of Methyltrienolone. The biggest concern with Methyltrienolone is probably its liver toxicity.
Even at very low doses, Ortrexyl can cause significant liver stress in a very short period of time. This may possibly be the most liver toxic steroid in existence, and it is definitely not recommended to use Methyltrienolone for any longer than 4 weeks at a time.