Fusion Turinabol (Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone) is a modified form of testosterone.
It differs by:
1) the addition of a methyl group a carbon 17-alpha, which helps protect the hormone during oral administration,
2) the introduction of a double bond between carbons 1 and 2 (1-ene), which shifts the anabolic to androgenic ratio in favor of the former
3) the attachment of a chloro group at carbon 4, which inhibits steroid aromatization and reduces relative androgenicity.
Fusion Turinabol (Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone) is a derivative of Dianabol. Turinabol is essentially the milder cousin of Dianabol, it displays no estrogenic and much less androgenic and anabolic activity. However, it maintains a more favorable balance of anabolic to androgenic effect than Dianabol. In the athletic arena an effective daily dosage falls between 15-50mg. Turinabol is most often applied as as a pre-contest or cutting steroid for bodybuilding purposes, and is not viewed as an ideal bulking agent due to its lack of estrogenicity. Athletes in sports where speed tends to be a primary focus also find Turinabol beneficial, obtaining a strong anabolic benefit without having to carry around any extra water or fat weight.