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(Testosterone shown without esters)
(Testosterone + 3 esters)

Manufacturer: Ft. Dodge
Effective Dose (Men): 400-600mgs/week
Active life: 15-16 days Detection Time: Up to 3 months
Anabolic/Androgenic ratio: 100:100

This is actually a very interesting compound as far as testosterone blends go. It’s produced by Ft.Dodge, which has a good reputation for quality. We assume that this is the only testosterone that could be recommended to women with absolutely no problem. A quick look at its low concentration will show us why:
Testosterone Acetate: 12mgs
Testosterone Valerate: 12mgs
Testosterone Undecanoate: 36mgs
(For a total of 60mgs of testosterone per ml)

So what we basically have here is a blend of short and long esters, in a very low concentration. An average athlete won’t be thrilled with shooting a bottle of this stuff per week. See, it comes packaged as a 10m1 vial, in boxes of 12, and you can even buy a case of a “dozen dozen” (a dozen boxes with a dozen 10m1 vials each) aka a gross (144 bottles). This is a great buy, as you’re getting it for way less than a grand, and its quite a bit of testosterone. The problem is that you need to shoot a bottle per week to get a nice dose of it, but it’s not too bad if you are using something like Tren A or Masteron with it (and need to shoot frequently anyway).
A novel use of this may be for a once a week (or even every other week) injection for female athletes daring enough to try testosterone, or even for use in diluting painful underground gear. I can imagine that using this with Andropen or T400 may be a very viable route for those wishing to ease the pain of those shots and perhaps create some kind of Frankenstein’s monster blend of testosterone esters within your syringe.