The History of Winstrol

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The Key Uses of Winstrol

The market is flooded with fake versions of injectable Winstrol for sale. However, it is not difficult to identify the original version as it has a unique and an uncommon product form. 

The ampoules contain watery liquid, which has a milky appearance and demonstrates some distinct features.

When the ampoule is kept stationary for some time, the active chemical substance (Stanazolol) settles down as a white layer at the bottom of the ampoule and separates from the watery liquid.

In order to test the authenticity, the ampoule is shaken vigorously. Then the active substance dissolves in the watery liquid giving it a milky appearance. 

Another way of establishing the authenticity of injectable Winstrol is by allowing the liquid to rest for a while. When the chemical settles down at the bottom of the glass bottle, you should find out if the chemical is in the proportion of 50mg per 1ml.

You should never be lured into buying ampoules containing over 1ml of suspension. These are undoubtedly fake as the authentic Winstrol injection is available only in 1ml glass ampoules. 

The authentic Cambon Company version is available in glass ampoules of Spanish origin. These ampoules are distinctive as they have an abnormally broad belly and a brown colored font. 

It is equally easy to identify the ampoules of Italian origin manufactured by the same company. The fakes are often available in small vials having pierce-able tops with an almost similar broad belly, but the blue font instead of brown gives them away.

The Spanish and the Italian versions have inscriptions on the vials that can be felt with your fingers, but cannot be removed with your nails. Fake Winstrol is often available in narrower ampoules.

The Winthrop Company does not any more manufacture Strombayekt in large quantities. Hence, the black market scene in Germany is predominantly marked by Spanish and Italian Winstrol Depot by Cambon.