Chlorovar 60 ct
A Formulation from the Future
Chlorovar is a dual compound pro hormone stack that promotes lean, dry, muscle-mass. The combination of Trenavar and Hexadrone, two fairly new but extremely potent ingredients make Chlorovar the most trusted product for mass and strength gains, with little to no water retention.
The Benefits of Trenavar
Trenavar [estra-4.9.11-triene-3.17-dione], when dosed at 30mg per day is one of the strongest single compounds for effectively adding muscle gain. Trenavar is known to have an affinity for the androgen receptor, meaning it is an extremely powerful anabolic compound.
The Benefits of Hexadrone
Hexadrone [6a-chloro-androst-4-en-17b-ol-3-one], the future of androgens! When dosed at 100mg per day, Hexadrone promotes dry muscle mass with low toxicity (non-methylated). Due to its chemical structure (ethylated) this compound is ideal to stack with. In addition, Hexadrone cannot be converted to estrogen and has an extremely high anabolic rate.
The Benefits of Combining Them
The pairing of the intrinsicially active ingredient "Hexadrone" mixed with the incredibly anabolic properties of Trenavar, combine the structure that made the Chlorovar of the past so popular and propel it into a more anabolic Chlorovar from the future.Chlorovar is truly one of a kind!
Chlorovar also blends two natural ingredients called Chlorella (algae) and Suma (root).
Chlorella is a green algae and is a complete protein. It has also tested positive to support healthy weight control, cancer prevention and immune system support.
Suma, or Brazilian Ginseng, is a root that is known to help support hormonal balance, which is key in any pro hormone cycle. It has also been known to increase libido and has shown rejuvenating effects in some studies.
As always Extreme Performance Group has taken pride in researching the most quality raw materials and natural ingredients to support the function of each pro hormone compound.
Supplement Facts for Chlorovar:
Serving Size: 1 capsule6-Chloro-androst-4-ene-3-one-17b-ol 50mgEstra-4,9,100-triene-3, 17-dione 15mgChlorella 260mgSuma 200mg
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