Methoxytrenbolone is suspected to be the ingredient in an over the counter gray market prosteroid that is marketed as an oral version of trenbolone. There is still some debate as to what is actually in the product with some suggesting that it may contain actual trenbolone. Trenbolone has some oral bioavailability but is illegal for sale – especially as a dietary supplement. If the product contains methoxytrenbolone then its legality would still be in question since it would simply be the methyl ether of trenbolone. This product is dosed in the low milligram range and its feedback has been varied. As with many prosteroids that are sold primarily online, it is difficult to get accurate feedback from users. Companies will often hype up their products by posing as users who are “logging” their experiences in a favorable light.
Orals ethers tend to not be as effective as C-17 alpha alkylated androgens but since trenbolone has some bioavailability of its own, it is possible that this product may produce an anabolic response but likely at much higher doses. The flip side is that the methyl ether should not have much negative effect on the liver. If this is in fact the compound that is contained in the product, and if a sufficient dose is taken, then one would expect to see similar effects to those of trenbolone.