Fusion Oxymethelone (Anadrol) is a modified form of dihydrotestosterone.
It differs by
1) the addition of a methyl group at carbon 17-alpha, which helps protect the hormone during oral administration
2) the introduction of a 2-hydroxymethylene group, which inhibits its metabolism by the 3-hsd enzyme and greatly enhances the anabolic and relative biological activity of methyldihydrotestosterone.
Fusion Oxymethelone (Anadrol) Oxymethelone is considered by many to be the most powerful steroid commercially available. A steroid novice experimenting with this agent is can easily gain 20 to 30 pounds of massive bulk, and it can often be accomplished in 6-8 weeks of use. Oxymethelone produces a lot of water retention, so a good portion of this gain is going to be water weight. Although the smooth look that results from water retention is often not attractive, it can aid quite a bit to the level of size and strength gained. The muscle is fuller, and will contract better, and is provided a level of protection in the form of extra water held into and around connective tissue. This will allow for more muscle elasticity, and can decrease the chance of injury when lifting heavy.