Sustanon – Testosterone Blend 250mg/ml – Apoxar



Apoxar Sustanon is an anabolic and androgenic steroid containing a mix of various testosterone esters. At first the drug was produced by a pharmaceutical company Organon as a medicinal remedy for patients with reduced natural testosterone production as part of the substitution therapy. Due to its pronounced anabolic effects, Sustanon can also be used for muscle mass growth. The ester mix guarantees stable levels of the hormone in the body as it doesn’t contain a high concentration of the active component. The drug is comprised of 4 esters:

  • propionate;
  • isocaproate;
  • phenylpropionate;
  • decanoate;

Each male hormone ester that comprises Sustanon varies by different absorption rates, which constantly keeps the maximum concentration of anabolic hormones for an entire month. Still, it would be wrong to assume that Sustanon is a ready-made combo drug – each component of the steroid only converts into testosterone. The drug is not recommended for competing athletes, as the drug’s metabolites can be detected 3 months after the end of the cycle.


Apoxar Sustanon is used for various effects:

  • increase in muscle volume – a solo cycle can result in 6 kg of muscle;
  • improved strength;
  • suppressed catabolism in muscle tissue;
  • improved blood-forming – Sustanon increases the amount of red blood cells, leading to better endurance;
  • healthier appetite;
  • improved sex life, increased libido.

Apoxar Sustanon is used for a rapid and continuous testosterone release into the blood circulation. Phenylpropionate and Propionate are absorbed the quickest, entering the metabolism processes for the first 4 days after injection. Other esters enter the bloodstream more slowly, which is why their action is maintained for 2-3 weeks. It’s a great improvement when compared to Enanthate or Cypionate, as these drugs last less and provide reduced concentrations of the active components.


As other forms of the male hormone, Apoxar Sustanon converts to estrogens. This is why the drug may cause such adverse reactions as gynecomastia, swelling, suppressed endogenous testosterone production, excess fat deposits.

Aromatization-related side effects may be prevented by using aromatase inhibitors. Antiestrogens like Tamoxifen should be used only as part of post-cycle therapy. Aromatase inhibitors are to be used starting from the second week of the cycle, all the while maintaining the estrogen levels. Anastrozole should be used at 0.5 mg every two days. The usage of aromatase inhibitors is stopped after 1-2 weeks after the last injection of the cycle. PCT is started 3 weeks after the last injection, using Tamoxifen (Apoxar, Nolvadex) and testosterone boosters for 3-4 weeks for restoring the testosterone production.

Testicular atrophy is possible to occur due to reduced male sex hormone production in the body. This can be avoided by maintaining the injection cycle for no longer than 8 weeks. A longer cycle calls for chorion gonadotrophic hormone usage.
Endogenous testosterone converts to dihydrotestosterone, which may lead to acneiform rash, hair loss, enlarged prostate.