The mixture of testosterone is subject to the effects of the enzyme aromatase in the body, among the side effects of T-400 are side effects of estrogen. The rate of aromatization is directly related to the amount of used substance, and together with increasing doses aromatization is higher. Estrogenic side effects include: excessive water retention and bloating, elevated blood pressure (. due to water retention in the body), accelerated fat deposition and gynecomastia. The side effects of estrogen can be reduced or completely avoided by using aromatase inhibitors or SERMs (selective estrogen receptor modulators. Among androgenic side effects are: increased secretion of sebum (oily skin), acne (in terms of increased secretion of sebum), body hair growth, and increased risk of inducing male pattern baldness (MPB) in persons with a genetic predisposition. Anabolic / androgenic steroids can have deleterious effects on blood cholesterol levels. This includes a tendency to reduce HDL (good) cholesterol and increase LDL (bad) cholesterol. All anabolic steroids have the ability to suppress or shut down the natural endogenous production of testosterone in the body, and T-400 is no exception. After the end of the cycle, it is highly recommended to use a suitable PCT (Post Cycle Therapy).
Although i’d wager most of it ends up in humans, it is still sold as a Vetrinary Steroid. As a vetrinary steroid it was never approved for human use, which makes it impossible to get a prescription for it in the usa. add this to the fact that it is a schedule 2 controlled substance in the united states and it becomes quite clear that the only way to get this steroid in the usa is to buy it on the black market. that being said, it is still relatively easy to obtain the real stuff. This is because smuggling almost 2x as much testosterone in the same space is a rather enticing thing, making it commonly available.
In Southeast Asia – the center of diversity for bananas, both wild and cultivated – the distinction between "bananas" and "plantains" does not work, according to Valmayor et al. Many bananas are used both raw and cooked. There are starchy cooking bananas which are smaller than those eaten raw. The range of colors, sizes and shapes is far wider than in those grown or sold in Africa, Europe or the Americas.  Southeast Asian languages do not make the distinction between "bananas" and "plantains" that is made in English (and Spanish). Thus both Cavendish cultivars , the classic yellow dessert bananas, and Saba cultivars , used mainly for cooking, are called pisang in Malaysia and Indonesia , kluai in Thailand and chuoi in Vietnam .  Fe'i bananas , grown and eaten in the islands of the Pacific, are derived from entirely different wild species than traditional bananas and plantains. Most Fe'i bananas are cooked, but Karat bananas , which are short and squat with bright red skins, very different from the usual yellow dessert bananas, are eaten raw.