Dimethazine is an unusual steroid. It is a methylDHT derivative with nitrogen in the place of oxygen in the 3-keto position. There is no binding information available on this steroid and until recently, hadn’t been used in by athletes. Very recently however, this steroid has appeared on the gray market as a prosteroid. It has favorable anabolic/androgenic ratios and would not convert to estrogen being a 5-alpha reduced steroid. Some have compared superdrol to this molecule but the presence of the nitrogen at the 3-position makes their activity somewhat different. This can be witnessed in their markedly different anabolic to androgenic ratios. Like superdrol, this compound is likely to be a potent inhibitor of 11-beta hydroxylase inducing rapid gains in water weight without subcutaneous edema. While this is desirable for some athletes, especially those looking for quick gains, this would also bring on hypertension quite easily. Also, being dimethylated, this steroid is expected to be harsher on the liver than those with a single methylation.