Cheque Drops is the name of the most common brand of Mibolerone. Like many other steroids, Mibolerone was not originally produced for sport purposes. It was successfully synthesized in the 60s of the 20th century in veterinary practice. The drug was used to stop a heat cycle (ovulation cycle) in dogs. It is still available in the US as official pharmacological preparation in veterinary medicine.
In competitive sports, Mibolerone is used mainly before training and competitions (to increase strength and obtain expressive results). Mibolerone provokes huge adrenaline surges. Moreover, it can cause an increase in aggression, endurance and power performance. That is why it is in high demand in power sports. Mibolerone is recommended only for experienced athletes who use short courses and low doses. There are less harmful analogues and alternatives for women and beginners: Turinabol, Methandienone (Dianabol), Methenolone Enanthate (Primobolan), or Boldenone Undecylenate (Equipoise).
Mibolerone possible side effects: androgenic effects (acne, hair loss), estrogenic effects (water retention, gynecomastia), progestogenic effects (loss of libido, gynecomastia) and symptoms of hepatic toxicity (low liver function). Due to the risk of severe side effects, athletes may require concurrent use of Anastrozole and Cabergoline (in heavy steroid users).
The main benefits of using Mibolerone:
- Huge surge of adrenaline;
- Better gains in strength;
- Improved performance and greater endurance.
In addition, the drug helps increase aggression, endurance and speed performance, which is highly valued in disciplines such as boxing, wrestling.
It makes sense to use Mibolerone as pre-training nutrition or immediately before competition. Note that the drug may enhance aggression. Therefore, you just have to follow the dosage directions and use additional supplements. Be sure the result will be great!
Cheque Drops Doses
Mibolerone is one of the strongest androgens available on the sports market. Due to the high androgenic activity, Cheque Drops can be recommended only for men. Women who dared to use it will definitely suffer from virilization, acne, hirsutism, irritability, greasy skin, menstrual disorders, and other health problems.
The average recommended dose for men is 250-500 mcg (0.25-0.5 mg) per day. Higher doses of 1000 mcg per day or more are unacceptable. The duration of course is 2-3 weeks. It is advisable to use this steroid before training or competition, as long-term use may result in androgenic and estrogenic side effects. Most athletes prefer to use Cheque Drops for 30-40 min before training to get an incredible burst of strength, aggression and adrenaline.
It is not recommended to use Cheque Drops more than 2-3 weeks. If used properly, your testosterone levels will back to normal very quickly. For the best possible absorption, do not take the tablets with food (take it on an empty stomach).
Before taking Cheque Drops, be sure to exclude possible contraindications and consult with a specialist.
Harmful effects associated with the use of Cheque Drops
As you already know, Mibolerone can greatly increase the aggressiveness level in athletes during competition. It can also be used to increase your workout intensity. It starts working within half an hour after administration. At the same time, Mibolerone can be very dangerous when used regularly.
First of all, Cheque Drops may cause damage to the liver. Like all steroids available in tablet form, Mibolerone will pass through the liver. Meanwhile, the devastating effects of this drug on the liver cells are much more powerful. Very serious violations have been found in some athletes after 2 weeks of Mibolerone in low doses. Therefore, Cheque Drops should not be used for the long-term therapy. This makes it impossible for the biggest mass gain.
Mibolerone can inhibit the secretion of luteinizing hormone, which is a well known controlling factor in the function of the human reproductive system. Therefore, to minimize the side effects, most athletes take Cheque Drops in combination with other drugs that increase the testosterone level.
Other possible side effects of Cheque Drops:
Estrogenic side effects
Mibolerone may cause gynecomastia, especially at high doses. Water retention can also be a big problem leading to fat accumulation. To avoid strong estrogenic side effects, athletes may use anti-estrogenic agents such as Tamoxifen. Mibolerone can cause other side effects, such as decreased levels of testosterone and weight gain.
Androgenic side effects
Mibolerone is classified as an anabolic agent with androgenic side effects. These include: oily skin, acne, hair growth on the body and face. Women should be aware of the potential effects of virilization: hoarse voice, menstrual disorders, facial hair growth, and clitoral enlargement.
High doses of Mibolerone (as well as long-term therapy) can lead to liver damage. Life-threatening disorders may develop in rare cases. It is advisable to consult a doctor and evaluate liver function periodically.
Cardiovascular side effects
Cheque Drops can affect the cholesterol levels. This may include a decrease in the level of “good” cholesterol, as well as high risk of atherosclerosis. Mibolerone has a strong negative effect on cholesterol management due to its non-aromatizing structure. The drug can provoke ventricular hypertrophy and potentially increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and heart attack. To prevent many risk factors during the course, it is recommended to reduce saturated fat intake and simple carbohydrates. Alternatively, use fish oil or similar products.
Like many other steroids, Cheque Drops may suppress testosterone production. Basically, testosterone levels return to normal within 1-4 months after you’ve stopped using Mibolerone.