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Dimethandrostenol is a designer steroid dragged up from Syntex’s discard bin from the 1960’s and re-marketed in modern times as the ‘Prohormone’ Mithras.  Like Superdrol, Mithras (Persian war god, favored by the roman military and who’s celebratory day was December 25th, the church moved Jesus’s birthday to that day to stop worship of the pagan god sometime after 325 AD) is one of many drugs released on the market after the recent prohormone bans.  

In the United States the government must ban drugs individually, and the FDA must approve pharmaceuticals.  SInce all the good steroids were banned clever guys dug through research notes from the time all of the steroids were being developed but were discarded.  The US government wanted to beat the Russians in the Olympics because the Cosmonauts made it into space before us, so steroids were developed to beat the Russians. Not all steroids developed  were manufactured by the pharm companies. Because these discarded drugs were never made, they were never used by athletes and thus the government did not know the formulas existed when the bans were done in the 80’s, 90’s, and recently.  Thus legally these underground fly by night companies could chemically engineer  these steroids and lie to the public and FDA and call them prohormones. Thus bypassing the FDA as supplements are not regulated by the FDA for efficacy, only safety. Which they are not, do to 17 methylation Mithras is Liver toxic.  These relic ‘prohormones’ were banned recently but some are cloned and called different names and re released, again as prohormones and not the anabolic steroids they are.  

 

Here is a comparison chart detailing the chemical differences between the steroids.

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Dimethandrostenol is a hybrid of Superdrol and Pheraplex, lacking Superdrol’s oxygen atom on carbon 3 but possessing a carbon=carbon double bond between carbon 2 and 3. Additionally a Methyl group was added at position 2 to protect the double bond from being broken by the addition of a hydroxyl group to position 2 or 3.  As you can see there are no double bonds on carbon 4 on any of the steroids rendering aromatase and 5 alpha reductase powerless to convert any of these drugs to estrogen or DHT.  This will be evident in the table below, all the anabolic androgenic ratios are well above 1, the value of natural testosterone.

Compound

Anabolic

Androgenic

Lab

LA

VP

SV

Desoxymethyltestosterone

437

119

218

Syntex

Dimethandrostenol

1040

97

320

Syntex

Methasterone

800

20

20

Syntex

Methylstenbolone

660

90

170

Searle & Co.

Methyl-1-testosterone

910

220

180

Searle & Co.

This table details the relative increase in size of different parts of sacrificed rats.  The Levator Ani muscle (LA) is used to determine a steroids effectiveness on muscle growth, and thus its ANABOLIC value.  The Ventral Prostate (VP) and Seminal Vesicles (SV) are both male sexual organs and used to determine the ANDROGENIC VALUE.  The purpose of Anabolic steroids is to separate the anabolic effects from the androgenic effects of testosterone. Testosterone has a value of 100:100 anabolic:androgenic respectively.  For my ratio comparison below I averaged the results of the SV and the VP to make one androgen value.  

As you can see Desoxymethyltestosterone (Pheraplex) has about a 3:1 anabolic:androgenic ratio

Dimethandrostenol (Mithras) has a 5:1 ratio

Methasterone (Superdrol) has a 40:1 ratio!!!!

Mehtylstenbolone has about a 4:1 ratio

Methyl-1-test has a 9:2 ratio

If Dimethandrostenol (Mithras) is a hybrid of Pheraplex and Superdrol, and Mithra’s ratio is 5:1 and superdrol is 40:1 what’s the point of Mithras? The point is Superdrol is banned as of 2012 and thats why it got cloned and re released as M-Drol but the DEA is honing in on that one while Mithras remains at large.  

I cant help but point out that Methyl-1-Test is close to Mithras, but there is a non-methylated legal version out there, 1-Andro! I conducted the human double blind safety trial on this myself and it had no altered blood work.  This means 1-Andro is safe and non-toxic.  

If you’re interested in a legal and safe prohormone with a 9:2 ratio then get 1-Andro!!!

Nothing in this article or on this site should be considered medical advice or as an endorsement to violate any law of the country in which you reside.  The information given is for fun and entertainment purposes only.  All claims are 100% dependent upon proper diet and exercise.  Please consult a medical practitioner prior to any diet and exercise program.
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