Winstrol is one of the most recognizable brands in the anabolic steroid market. This is due to the 1988 Olympic scandal in which Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson tested positive for Stanozolol. After that, Johnson was somewhat stripped of his gold medal. The steroid is most commonly sold under the brand name Winstrol. Stanozolol is a man-made anabolic steroid that is similar to testosterone but structurally altered to increase its potency. In the 1960s the drug was created and marketed under the name Winstrol by Winthrop Labs in England. Although FDA approved the drug for human use, it is currently not manufactured in the USA. Winstrol was originally sold as an oral medication but is now available for purchase as an injectable under the name Winstrol Depot. There is little difference between the oral and injectable form.
The drug has a high oral bioavailability or absorption rate, allowing the hormone to survive first pass liver metabolism when ingested, so the tablet works well. Danish pharmaceutical company Lundbeck acquired the patent for Winstrol after many major drug sales and consolidation in the last fifty years . In 2010, Lundbeck discontinued its Winstrol product.
There are currently no US manufacturers promoting Winstrol in the US. Stromba Pharmaceuticals still sells Winstrol. However, athletes looking for Winstrol can easily find it online with a number of manufacturers. Today, Winstrol goes by different names such as Winny, Winnie, Win V, and Stanozolol.
USAGE: Since it is short estered, it should be injected every other day. The ideal dosage is 3-4 ml per week. I recommend hitting different areas at a time for frequent use. There may be a burning sensation in the injection area for a while.
EXAMPLE CURE: It combines very well with short ester products such as propionate acetate masteron during the definition periods. It also gives effective results with tablet steroids such as clenbuterol oxandrolone halotestin.