About Injectables

Injectables refer to anabolic steroids that are administered through intramuscular or subcutaneous injection rather than being taken orally. These injectable steroids typically come in the form of an oil-based solution or a water-based suspension containing the active steroid compound.

Injectable steroids are favored by some individuals, such as bodybuilders and athletes, for several reasons:

  1. Enhanced Bioavailability: Injecting steroids allows for direct delivery into the bloodstream, which often results in higher bioavailability compared to oral administration. This means that a higher percentage of the steroid reaches its target receptors in the body.
  2. Reduced Hepatic (Liver) Strain: Oral steroids must pass through the liver, which can place stress on this organ. Injectable steroids bypass this initial liver metabolism, potentially reducing the strain on the liver.
  3. Prolonged Activity: Some injectable steroids have a longer half-life than their oral counterparts, meaning they remain active in the body for a more extended period, requiring less frequent administration.
  4. Minimized Gastrointestinal Side Effects: Since injectable steroids are not processed through the digestive system, they can reduce the risk of gastrointestinal side effects common with oral steroids.