Dymethazine, also known as DMZ, is a highly effective compound which produces massive muscle and strength gains and increased vascularity with zero water retention.
Dymethazine is made up of two steroid molecules held together by a single nitrogen atom. This formulation is called Azin Bond Technology. These molecules are very similar to the steroid methyldrostanolone (the active compound of Superdrol). But these Superdrol molecules are held together by an azine bond, so they are metabolized separately. For this reason, Dymethazine produces the same effects as Superdrol, but does not cause serious liver damage and protects against other side effects due to its anti-estrogenic properties (it does not convert to estrogen).
These two Superdrol molecules, when broken down by stomach acid, reach the androgen receptors and begin to produce their muscle building effects. Thus, dymethazine increases the sensitivity of androgen receptors and increases testosterone production in the body.
Dymethazine can be used as a stand-alone anabolic steroid or in combination with many other compounds. This is a methylated compound, so do not use it with other 17aa (alpha-alkylated) oral steroids to avoid cardiovascular problems or liver toxicity. 17aa steroids are bad for the liver and can lead to high blood pressure.
While Dymethazine may not cause as many negative side effects as other prohormones and anabolic steroids, post cycle therapy is required after DMZ cycle. It should be started the day after the last dose and carried out for at least 4 weeks to bring your body’s hormone levels back to normal. It is also highly recommended to perform PCT with selective estrogen receptor modulators or SERMs
How to use Dymethazine
One capsule once or twice a day, with water between meals. The maximum dosage is 30 mg per day. Duration of admission is 6-8 weeks.