Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonte (Cyclohexylmethylcarbonate) : Often simply called Tren Hex, this form is a well-known Parabolan that was once popular in the 1990s because it was believed to be more potent than both enanthate and acetate . The esters are what make these steroids different. It has a long half-life, so once-weekly injections provided results. Parabolan builds up in the system quickly (within about two weeks), which increases your performance– but with potential side effects such as extremely high levels of testosterone in your system.
Years ago trenbolone acetate came from Finaplix, a veterinary cattle implant, which contains the potent androgenic steroid. This is the same drug that was once available, as an injectable called Finaject, in the . Its production has been discontinued worldwide. Finaplix was the last remaining pure trenbolone acetate, however it too has now been discontinued and replaced with Revalor, trenbolone acetate with a small amount of estradiol, an estrogen. Trenbolone acetate is a potent androgen, which will not readily convert to estrogen. AS this drug comes in the form of a cattle implant, administration is a bit difficult. Most commonly, these implant pellets are ground up and mixed with a 50/50 water/DMSO mix and applied to the skin daily. This home-brew transdermal mix is very effective, as seen in Finaplix's popularity.