Dimethazine CAS: 3625-07-8

Product Name: mebolazine
Synonyms: 2-alpha,2-alpha,17-alpha,17-alpha-tetramethyl-3,3-azinodi(5-alpha-androstan-17-beta-ol); (3Z,3’Z)-3,3′-(1Z,2Z)-hydrazine-1,2-diylidenebis(2,17-dimethylandrostan-17-ol)
MF: C42H68N2O2
MW: 633.0015
CAS: 3625-07-8

Average Dose:
20-40mg/day standalone
10-20mg/day when stacked

Average Cycle Length: 2-4 weeks


Dimethazine is actually two steroid molecules bound together by a nitrogen atom. Upon ingestion, stomach acid separates the two steroid molecules that closely resemble methyldrostanolone (Superdrol).

Although dimethazine appears very similar to methyldrostanolone, the presence of a nitrogen at the 3rd position appears to increase its androgenic potency relative to its anabolic potency (210/95 compared to 400/20 for methyldrostanolone). Therefore, dimethazine could be considered a slightly weaker form of methyldrostanolone, but perhaps less likely to cause gyno related issues because of its higher relative androgenic value (and ability to antagonize estrogenic effects).

Otherwise, all side-effects and benefits could be considered relatively the same as methyldrostanolone. Liver toxicity and its associated side-effects of general sickness should still be expected, especially if the liver becomes compromised. Using a liver protecting supplement prior to and during a cycle of Dimethazine would be very important.

The quick gains in size and strength will likely be accompanied by increases in intense back pumps, high blood pressure, shortness of breath and oily skin. Vascularity would also be expected to improve with this compound due to the increase in extra-cellar water and possible decrease in subcutaneous water weight.

Because this compound is a 17aa oral, it is not recommended to be stacked with other 17aa oral steroids.


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