TREN 100® (Trenbolone Acetate), the fast acting trenbolone, is considered to be one of the strongest steroids ever commercially manufactured. It is highly valued for its ability to increase muscle hardness, definition and raw strength, without unwanted water retention and fat mass gains. Trenbolone is a very potent androgen with strong anabolic activity. It is well suited for the rapid buildup of strength and muscle mass, usually providing the user exceptional results in a relatively short time period. The anabolic effect of this drug is often compared to popular bulking agents such as testosterone or Dianabol, with one very important difference. Trenbolone does not convert to estrogen. This is indeed a very unique compound since mass steroids, almost as a rule, will aromatize heavily. Trenbolone is similar to the highly popular steroid Nandrolone. Unlike Nandrolone however Trenbolone is an excellent mass and hardening agent with the majority of gains being muscle fiber, with minimal water retention. It has an unbelievable anabolic (muscle building) score of 500. Trenbolone greatly increases the level of the extremely anabolic hormone IGF-1 within muscle tissue. It also causes muscle satellite cells (cells that repair damaged muscle) to be more sensitive to IGF-1 and other growth factors (which is why HGH and other peptides work well strong androgens such as trenbolone). The amount of DNA per muscle cell may also be significantly increased.
Pharmacom Labs PHARMA Tren A100 is presented in a 10ml vial and reportedly contains 100 milligrams of trenbolone acetate per milliliter according to the label and packaging. Samples of this product were purchased from a European-based authorized reseller and internet source between the dates of April 10, 2015 and May 10, 2015. The samples were forwarded and received by the analytical laboratory Simec AG for HPLC-UV testing on May 19, 2015. The quantitative dosage testing report was completed on June 2, 2015. The “quality code” listed on the product was 0bervtegkd . The quality code was successfully used to authenticate/verify the product on /code.
Study author Henning Bostelmann from the University of York in the United Kingdom explained that the paper, published last week in Physical Review A , is a mathematical result generalizing this backflow effect to any kind of external force that could act on a particle. But, explained Cadamuro, their math only works for particles in one dimension. That’s as if the people in Halliwell’s example could only walk forward or backward. The paper also doesn’t take into account the specific properties of particles aside from their momentum.