Cynostane

Diagram of molecule

Chemical Name(s):

2-cyano-17a-methyl-17b-hydroxy-androstan-3-one
2-cyano-17a-methyl-17b-hydroxy-androst-3-one (incorrect name)
Chemical Formula: C21H31NO2
Molecular Weight: 329
CAS: NA
Q Qatio: NA
Anabolic #: NA
Androgenic #: NA
Oral Bioavailability: Estimated at 40%
AR Binding Affinity: NA
SHBG Binding Affinity: NA
Half Life: NA
Legal Status (US): Not listed as a controlled substance
Average Dose:
40-50mg/day standalone
20-30mg/day when stacking
Average Cycle Length: 4-6 weeks
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Characteristics

2-cyano-dromostolone is a 17aa molecule relatively new to the scene with very few reviews as of yet.

It has a cyano group attached to the 2 position. The chemical structure is the same as methyldrostanolone (Superdrol), except it has a CN group on the 2 position instead of a methyl group. It is a C-17aa steroid and it will be liver toxic. Although, due to the lack of the 4-ene on ring A and lack of 2-methylation, liver toxicity may be reduced relative to a di-methylated steroid such as Superdrol.

So far, feedback is very limited for this compound. However results would be expected to be fairly lean as this compound cannot convert to estrogen. Based on the chemical structure the anabolic potency would appear to be fairly potent with moderate androgenic potency.

At the time of this writing there was only one manufacturer to bring this product to the market and there seems to have been a nomenclature mistake on the labeling for this steroid. The chemical name contains the term “androst”, assuming that there is some sort of ene group on ring A. But there does not seem to be such mention of an ene group on ring A. Therefore, the term androst should be androstan. But if this is the case, the 2-cyano group needs to be stated as alpha or beta. This makes a big difference, since usually C2-alpha groups are significantly more effective than beta.

There are studies about other 2-cyano steroids such as 2-cyano-DHT and 2-cyano-progesterone. In separate studies, one done on dogs, it was seen that both of these 2-cyano steroids caused inhibition of 3b-HSD enzyme. This inhibition would cause severe adrenal suppression. This is a very unsafe inhibition. Whether it occurs in this cyano steroid is unknown, but users need to be aware of this possibility.

Common Clones:

Cynostane by Anabolic Innovation


Related Discussion

The Official Cynostane Thread
Posted by Eric

References

Anabolic Pharmacology
Seth Roberts (2009)

Methyldrostanolone (Superdrol)

Diagram of molecule

Chemical Name(s):

2a,17a-dimethyl-5a-androst-3-one-17b-ol
2a,17a-dimethyl-etiocholan-3-one-17b-ol
Chemical Formula: C21H34O2
Molecular Weight: 318
CAS: NA
Q Qatio: 20
Anabolic #: 400
Androgenic #: 20
Oral Bioavailability: Estimated at 50%
AR Binding Affinity: NA
SHBG Binding Affinity: High
Half Life: ~8 hours
Legal Status (US): Not listed as a controlled substance
Average Dose:
10-30mg/day standalone
5-10mg/day when stacked
Average Cycle Length: 2-4 weeks
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Characteristics

Methyldrostanolone is a C-17 alpha alkylated steroid, originally developed by the American pharmaceutical company Syntex. This steroid is already active and does not require conversion. Methyldrostanolone is the 17aa version of the injectable steroid drostanolone (Masteron). This extra methylation makes this steroid about 3-4x more anabolic than Masteron, and slightly more anabolic than oxandrolone (Anavar). Due to the dimethylation, the toxicity of methyldrostanolone is greater than most other oral steroids. There have been many reported cases of heptatoxicity with this compound. (1-3)

Despite the fact that methyldrostanolone is a DHT derivative and cannot convert to estrogen, some users have still reported gyno like symptoms during or after a cycle. This effect is likely related to the strong SHBG binding effect and increase in freely circulating estrogen (and testosterone) from SHBG. Gyno symptoms may also be related to the fact that methldrostanolone lacks a strong DHT metabolite to antagonize the effects of estrogen (while also having a relatively low intrinsic androgenic value).

Having a fairly low androgenic value will mean that methyldrostanolone will be light on the hairline for most men. However those susceptible to male pattern baldness may still noticed accelerated hair loss during a cycle.

Because of the di-methylation, methlydrostanolone is considerably more resistant to breakdown, thus more potent per mg than most other steroids. However this makes it more liver toxic than other single methylated 17aa orals. Negative effects on the liver generally manifest as a condition known as reversible cholestasis. This is essentially a slowing or complete blockage of bile acids from the liver. Immediate signs of compromised liver function included reduced appetite and general sickness, which will soon be accompanied by yellowing of the eyes (jaundice), excessive itchiness and very dark urine. If these effects are noticed, methyldrostanolone should be discontinued immediately.

Because the effects on the liver it is very important to use a liver protecting supplement during any methyldrostanolone cycle. If not using a supplement to protect your liver, methyldrostanolone should never be used any longer than 2 weeks, with a maximum cycle length of 4 weeks with liver protection.

Other reversible side effects from methyldrostanolone may include increased blood pressure, reduced HDL cholesterol and lower back pumps.

Results wise, users should expect extreme strength increases and weight gain in a relatively short 2-4 week period. Weight gain upwards of 20lbs in 4 weeks is not unheard of with this incredibly potent compound. Although subcutaneous water gain would be minimal, intramuscular water retention should be expected. This is due to inhibition of 11b-hydroxylase and build-up of mineralcorticoids which encourage salt and water retention within the muscles. The most obvious physical effects will be improved vascularity, aggressive muscular pumps, and oily skin.

While methyldrostanolone can stack well with most other steroids, it should never be stacked with another methylated (17aa) steroid.

Common Clones:


Oxodrol 12 by IDS
Superdrol by Anabolic Xtreme
M-Drol by Competitive Edge Labs (CEL)
SD-1 by Performance Design
Methyl VOL by Engineered Sports Technology (EST)
Revenge SDX by Bioscience Technologies
S-Drol by Nutracoastal
E-Pol by Purus Labs
MethaDROL by IForce
Straight-DROL by Black China Labs
MethylDX3 by Physical Enhancing Industries
Oxevol (same as Dianevol) by Evolution Labs
Beastdrol by Mrsupps



Related Discussion

The Official Methyldrostanolone (Superdrol) Thread
Posted by Eric

References

Cholestatic Jaundice and IgA Nephropathy Induced by OTC Muscle Building Agent Superdrol.

Beata Jasiurkowski MD, et al.
The American Journal of Gastroenterology (2006) 101, 2659-2662;

Severe Cholestasis and Renal Failure Associated with the Use of the Designer Steroid Superdrol (Methasteron): A Case Report and Literature Review
John Nasr and Jawad Ahmad
Digestive Diseases and Sciences

Methasteron-Associated Cholestatic Liver Injury: Clinicopathologic Findings in 5 Cases”
Neeral L. et al.
Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Volume 6, Issue 2, February 2008, Pages 255-258

Identification of drostanolone and 17-methyldrostanolone metabolites produced by cryopreserved human hepatocytes”
Julie Gauthier, Danielle Goudreault, Donald Poirier and Christiane Ayotte
Steroids; Volume 74, Issue 3, March 2009, Pages 306-314

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