M1t 60 x 10mg
Methyl-1-testosterone (M1T) was first researched in 1962. The 60s was actually an extremely active time for steroid research. There were literally hundreds of different anabolic agents that were being actively studied and pursued by drug companies. M1T had a very favorable ratio of anabolic to androgenic effect, so there was much promise with this compound. But like many other steroids being studied at this time, it was not selected to be developed as a medicine. There were only a select few agents that were given the money for full studies and eventual release. For no clear reason M1T was not selected and it lay dormant in the medical books for forty years. M1T reemerged in 2003 when it was introduced as a “dietary supplement” in the United States. Since it was relatively unknown, it was not specifically listed in the 1991 law controlling anabolic steroids. This allowed the company Legal Gear to manufacture it legally. M1T however did not last long. On January 20, 2005 a new law came into effect banning many new compounds including M1T.
Methyl-1-testosterone is the methylated version of the steroid 1-testosterone. It is a DHT derivative. It cannot convert to DHT or estrogen. M1T is 910-1600% as anabolic and 100-200% as androgenic as methlytest. There is a structural modification that allows the compound to survive the first pass through the liver. This is what makes it extremely orally bioavailable but also liver toxic.
Cycles / Dosages
A typical dose for M1T would range from 5mg per day to 20mg per day depending on experience. It is extremely powerful and extremely liver toxic. Due to this it is not recommended to run a cycle for more than 2-4 weeks. Many users will start at a lower dose and taper up depending on side effects and results. It is very possible to add 15-20lbs on a 2-4 week cycle of M1T. Users will often stack injectables such as testosterone with an M1T cycle.