Pharmaceutical name: Turinabol
Active Substance : Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone
Manufacturer: Sterling Knight
Package: 100 tablets – 10mg/tablet
Dehydrochlormethyltestosteron is a anabolic steroid developed in the former GDR in the 1960s and under the trade name of Oral-Turinabol ®. It was organized in the 1970s and 1980s to a large extent in the GDR performance sport, especially in the force disciplines such as ball poking, discus throwing as well as in sprint disciplines and swimming, often without the knowledge of the athletes. Oral-Turinabol ® has been partially administered by athletes from the age of 13 years. The production of Oral-Turinabol ® was discontinued 1994 because of the liver damaging effect of the manufacturer company Jenapharm. However, Oral-Turinabol ® is now available again on the black market, the active ingredient is still being produced, among others in laboratories in China.
Overdoses or long-term income can lead to severe liver damage, significant hypertension, muscle cramps, and increased aggressiveness. Possible side effects in women are a deeper voice, beard, acne, an increase in libido, infertility and menstrual disorders. In men, potency disorders and prostate diseases can occur. The administration of Dehydrochlormethyltestosteron to children is particularly problematic, as they are still in the growth phase and can therefore easily cause growth disturbances.