Fluoxymesterone, sold under the brand names Halotestin and Ultandren among others, is an androgen and anabolic steroid medication which is used in the treatment of low testosterone levels in men, delayed puberty in boys, breast cancer in women, and anemia.

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Uses of Fluoxymesterone Steroids

Fluoxymesterone is widely used for its performance-enhancing capabilities. It has earned itself a strong reputation for being one of the most powerful, fast-acting steroids. So despite it being very much illegal, you will still hear about it in the gym. Why do bodybuilders take the risk?
  1. Fluoxymesterone helps to increase hemoglobin and improve the structure and mass of red blood cells – this helps your muscles and tissue cells to benefit from higher levels of oxygen and nutrients, aiding their growth, development, and recovery from exercise.
  2. Improves your strength – tying into the point above, the more fuel/nutrients/oxygen your cells receive, the longer you will be able to work out. This helps maximize muscle development, helping you to get stronger.
  3. Increased energy levels – this can give you the push you need to keep working hard and training.
  4. Fat loss – during a cutting cycle, Halotestin can boost your fat burn and protect your body from muscle wastage; enabling you to look hardened, lean and chiseled.
NOTE: Whilst Fluoxymesterone  can rapidly build up your strength, it won’t offer you massive gains. If anything, it is better for cutting thanks to its fat burning skills.

How Halotestin works

Endogenous androgens are responsible for encouraging normal growth and development in male sex organs, as well as maintaining secondary sex characteristics e.g. the growth/maturation of your prostate, penis, and scrotum; facial, chest and pubic hair; vocal cord thickening (resulting in a voice drop); musculature and fat distribution.