Both Anadrole and D-Bal are oral anabolic steroid mimics which can be effectively used to provide massive muscle and strength gains in a relatively short amount of time. When used with the right combination of the right diet and exercise regime, both of these have proven to help you gain twenty to thirty pounds in seven to eight weeks. The major difference between the two steroids lies in the effects they have at the end of their cycle. Since these steroids are androgenic, their use results in water retention too. Several users say that Anadrole can cause headaches, appetite loss and bloating but a lot of users of Dianabal too claim the opposite. Dianabal is said to cause less side effects and result in large gains.
Last, but most certainly not least, there is evidence to suggest that HGH may be just as powerful as anabolic steroids in recovery – if not more so. Doctors in major hospitals around the world, including those at the Mayo Clinic, will often prescribe high-dose HGH to patients who have suffered traumatic injuries or burns to help them heal. Doses usually range from 8IU to as much as 16IU daily – more than any athlete should ever take unless under the direct care of a physician. Studies have found that this can improve the healing process tremendously and lessen the time patients spend in the hospital recovering.