Epistane is a DHT derived prohormone, this product is an anti-estrogenic dry compound that will aid users in adding lean muscle mass as well as cutting fat. In addition to this, Epistane does not aromatize and is non-progestagenic. This basically means that while on Epistane, estrogen related side effects like gyno and progesterone related side effects like sensitive breast tissue are virtually non-existent. Users will experience little to no side effects while on Epistane, making it an ideal beginner prohormone.
One of the main, positive epistane side effects is that it is an anti-oestrogen. As a result it is a great prohormone to use when you’re on a calorie restricted diet and looking to cut fat, whilst adding the leanest possible muscle mass to your body, this is because oestrogen is known for creating water retention, bloating and fat gain, all of which are not going to help you get a dry lean look.
Epistane is also known for being very versatile and can be useful during both a cutting and bulking cycles due to its ability to increase the rate of protein synthesis, which aids in strength gains and can be really effective in helping you bulk up without adding unwanted fat and retaining unwanted fluid.
The other positive of using epistane is that it is a very mild prohormone and the likelihood of unwanted and nasty side effects is relatively low and though you may encounter some, they are generally very mild, which makes this a fantastic prohormone to use on a first cycle.
One common worry for anyone considering using a prohormone is the risk of gyno, but this is not an issue you will find with Epistane, due to the anti-oestrogenic and anti-aromatase properties of this prohormone. There is a very rare side effect called rebound gyno however, where gyno develops during your PCT, but this is usually only in cases where very high doses of epistane have been used and then stopped sharply and even at high doses this can be avoided by dialling down the dosage numbers towards the end of your cycle.
Another myth relating to epistane side effects is that along with lethargy you might start to feel depressed. If anything, we have found that the complete opposite is usually the case, with most users feeling very positive whilst on cycle. This also applies to any loss of libido, with most users indicating an increase in libido during the first few weeks of cycle before it levels off mid cycle. Both of these side effects only seem to come into action when high doses of epistane are being used.