"Methasterone is an oral anabolic steroid that was never marketed through legitimate channels for medicinal purposes. It was brought to market, instead, in a clandestine fashion as a “designer steroid.” Methasterone is also referred to as methasteron, Superdrol, and methyldrostanolone."
If you look up methasterone on Wiki, this article comes up. Why is it that a lot of people think this is a PH? I have been doing a lot of research on m-drol/superdrol and everything points to it being more of a designer steroid than a PH. I'm not saying Wiki is a truly reliable source but I have seen the same information on other sites, including the Professional Muscle forums. I think the fact that users can see gains on only 10mg per day is enough proof. If it was a PH then I think more would have to be injested for results due to the conversion rate. Even if 50% converted of a 10mg dose, which is highly unlikely, you would have 5mg active. That does not even seem worth it. There has to be more to this chemical. I know how Dianabol works and the gains reported from M-drol/superdrol seem almost as good.
Can anyone respond with some better studies on this compound? This has me very interested.