Alpha Turinabol is also known as Tbol or 4-Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone
Oral Turinabol is, to some extent, enigmatic and prone to misunderstanding.
It is not simply a tablet version of injectable Turinabol, or an alkylated version of it. Nor, despite claims, is it an anabolic steroid developed specifically for doping. That claim results from confusion with mestanolone.
Structurally, it is Dianabol with an added chlorine at the -4 position, which has the predictable advantage of preventing aromatization.
Caution must be taken however when trying to arrive at conclusions about anabolic steroids from structure. Substituting an atom or chemical bond makes large changes to the entire shape rather than affecting only a single point. This can result in changes in properties beyond the predictable. An example would be if one tried to predict the properties of Dianabol from its structural relation to boldenone (they are the same except for the 19-methylation of Dianabol.) While the methylation does provide the predictable oral bioavailability, in actuality Dianabol’s other properties are such that one can’t reasonably call “oral boldenone.”
In the case of Oral Turinabol, due to the above structural relation to Dianabol it’s commonly called a dry version of it. Now if this were true though, one could tell no difference between using OT alone and using Dianabol plus aromatase inhibitor. There is considerable difference in practice however.
OT must be considered its own compound rather than simply as a dry Dianabol. That said, this popular description is not a bad first approximation. Simply be aware of its limitations.
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