GP Ment by Geneza Pharmaceuticals
is an injectable steroid which contains a Trestolone Acetatehormone. Each GP Ment 10ml multidose vial contains 50mg/ml of Trestolone Acetate (7 alpha-Methyl-19-Nortestosterone).
GP Ment is a synthetic androgen that is 4-10 times as potent as Testosterone.
MENT is a 19-Nor substance which makes it a Nandrolone derivative.
It’s a lot like Nandrolone but has a 7-alpha-methyl attachment.
This stops it from 5-alpha-reduction.
It inhibits gonadotrophin release, suppresses Testosterone and sperm production.
Also, GP Ment provides adequate replacement therapy for most androgen-dependant functions.
It has a faster metabolic clearance rate than Testosterone and does not bind to sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG). GP Ment remains capable of aromatization preserving the benefits estrogen imparts on male physiology.
GP is highly capable of aromatizing and will cause synthetic estrogen buildup which will carry a high level of biological activity.
This fact makes GP a risky prospect no matter how amazing its chemical structure would otherwise tell you.
The side effects are the same for this as with Nandrolone.
This means that gynecomastia can be a problem, as well as other estrogen related side effects
which can include hair loss, acne, prostate hypertrophy, depending of voice, clitoris enlargement (for women) and excess water retention, causing the user to have a bloated look without many definitions to the muscle structure.
GP can also lead for excess fat buildup to occur.
The one thing that is not a side effect, as is the case with many Nandrolone derivatives, is libido suppression.
Because of these side effects, users of GP t will most likely want to run some sort of anti-estrogen during their cycle to keep levels down.
Bodybuilders looking to incorporate GP Ment into a cycle might stack it with other steroids such as GP Methan 10 (40mg/day), GP Oxy (100-500mg/day), GP Bold 200 (200-800mg/week). Also a good match would be GP Stan 50 at 50mg/day.