Male athletes who have access to the injectable Winstrol Depot usually prefer that to the tablet due to dosage issues. Women often prefer oral Winstrol. This makes sense since female athletes have a distinctly lower daily requirement of stanozolol, usually 10-16 mg/day. Another reason for the oral intake in women is that the dosage to be taken can be divided into equal doses. This has the advantage that unlike the 50 mg injections, it does not lead to a significant increase in the androgens and virilization symptoms are reduced. Athletes who have opted for the oral administration of Winstrol for sale usually take their daily dose in two equal amounts mornings and evenings with some liquid during their meals. This assures a good absorption of the substance and, at the same time, minimizes possible gastrointestinal pain.
Have been noticed when trying to administer these products, even when using a large 22-gauge needle. But there are both advantages and disadvantages to each type of product. On the one hand the large particle size would form a longer acting deposit (depot) while the steroid dissolves, giving us the option of fewer injections. A larger shot every three to four days would likely be sufficient to keep blood levels within limits, which is a favorable schedule for a water-based product. On the other hand we are forced to use a standard size oil needle (21-22 gauge) for the injection, uncomfortable for regular administration. Products made with a finer substance do not allow for as slow acting a depot and therefore are usually injected every other day to keep blood levels steady. But shots can be given with a much more comfortable sized needle, opening up many new injection sites. Although you can jam a big “”oil pipe”” into your shoulder, it is really not the place for it.
Stanozolol is classified under the Controlled Substance Act as a schedule 3 drug. It requires a physician’s prescription to obtain the drug. Anyone caught in the possession, selling or distributing the drug can be subjected to monetary fines and jail time. The recent incidence of steroid rages and unfortunate deaths, has also led to stricter control on prescription availability of this drug. Most physicians are reluctant to give this drug out for fear of abuse and the reciprocal effects may jeopardize their careers.