Stanolone is the hormone that Epi-Andro converts to in the body and it is very androgenic. Epi-Andro does not aromatise to estrogen, so bloating and gyno should not be much of a concern. This compound will not produce remarkable size gains in comparison to other prohormones, but it is especially good for strength gains and muscle density and definition, which makes it great to use during a cutting cycle or alongside a prohormone that helps build mass during a bulking phase for a balanced strength and size stack. One additional benefit of Epi-Andro is that it appears to have some immediate neurological effects, so having a dose pre-workout can aid in strength and aggression.
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