Reported Characteristics
Active Life: 12-16 hours
Drug Class: Androgenic/Anabolic Steroid (Oral)
Average Reported Dosage: 20-40-mg daily take in 2-3 divided dosages
Acne: Yes
Water Retention: Yes
High Blood Pressure: Yes
Liver Toxic: Yes, 17-alfa-alkylated Oral Steroid
Aromatization: Moderate-High
Decreases HPTA function: Moderate-High
DHT conversion: Moderate reduction to less active nor-DHT

Nilevar is an oral AAS that is a derivative of nortestosterone. Many assume Nilevar is similar to Anavar. Like Anavar, the drug has a reported mild anabolic effect. However, unlike Anavar, Nilevar has a distinct androgenic quality. Good strength gains were realized by users although much of this was due to the high water retention side effect. Used alone, Nilevar did not provide good retention of weight or strength gains post-cycle. Being an oral 17-alfa-alkylated oral steroid, liver toxicity was high in those whom reported high dosage protocols above those listed under Reported Characteristics. Polled users were wise to avoid cycles containing this drug lasting longer than 4 weeks and seldom stacked other 17-Alfa -Alkylated drugs with it. Due to Nilevar’s moderate-high rate of suppression upon the body’s natural testosterone production, HCG and Clomid were reported to be necessary to restart the Hypothalamicpituitary -testes- axis (HPTA) post-cycle within an adequate time frame. *Many athletes who have used high aromatizing AAS have reported a delayed period of HPTA regeneration. As such post-cycle lean mass tissue retention suffers as a negative reaction to suppressed endogenous androgen production. If “the boy’s” are shrunken so is the athlete they are attached to.



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