Trestalone Common Cycle Duration
For beginners/average users: 4 to 6 weeks. For advanced prohormone/anabolic hormone users: 6 to 8 weeks max.
20 to 50 mg per day
Moderate to Low toxicity (depending on dosage)
What are the potential side effects of Trestalone?
Hair loss/thinning, prostate hypertrophy/swelling, deepening of voice, acne, aggression, gyno, muscle cramps/back pumps, bloating, and increased blood pressure.
Do I need Cycle Support when using Trestalone?
Yes, Trestolone is a methylated compound and thus requires the user to use support supplements in order to reduce stress on the liver and to help the body maintain blood pressure levels that are closer to normal.
Do I need to follow up with a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT)?
Yes, trestolone is a prohormone and like all prohormones, it will require the user to run a post cycle therapy in order to help the body’s hormones to balance out and to also help rejuvenate the liver/kidneys.
Does Trestolone convert into estrogen?
Yes, trestolone does have a very low conversion to estrogen and as a result will require the user to take an aromatase inhibitor during the cycle in order to reduce estrogen conversion.
What are the typical gains of using Trestalone?
This product will most likely be used when bulking and adding mass is the priority. It could be stacked with other steroids to increase hardening, bulking, or cutting effects.
What are the best compounds to stack Trestolone?
Trestalone is most commonly stacked with Epistane as Epistane suppresses your natural testosterone production during a cycle. Trest serves as a solid base for building muscle, and Epistane’s aromatase inhibiting effects help negate the side effects of trestolone.
Will Trestolone show up on a drug test?
Trestolone will only show up when specifically being tested for steroids/performance enhancers. They will not show up on your average 10 panel narcotics drug screen however.