How much Anavar?

Maximum dose is 25mg or lower, while some take 50mg max.

We can estimate the amount of Anavar that would be theoretically required to restore testosterone levels of a 60+ year old to the levels of a 20/30 year old:

(T/A ratio of Anavar) * (amount of testosterone to be restored) = amount of Anavar required

The T/A ratio of Anavar is 1/2, which means that it has half the androgenic effects of testosterone. The average testosterone level for a 20/30 year old male is around 700 ng/dL, while the average testosterone level for a 60+ year old male is around 500 ng/dL. This means that we would need to restore around 200 ng/dL of testosterone to bring a 60+ year old male's testosterone levels up to the levels of a 20/30 year old male.

Substituting these values into the equation above, we get:

(1/2) * (200 ng/dL) = 100 mg of Anavar

Therefore, theoretically, it would require a steady state of 100 mg of Anavar to restore the testosterone levels of a 60+ year old male to the levels of a 20/30 year old male.

Anavar has a half-life of about 9-10 hours, which means that it takes about 9-10 hours for half of the dose to be eliminated from the body. However, it can take up to several days for all of the Anavar to be eliminated from the body.

If the max dose per 24 hours were 25mg, you would need to take 25mg every 12 hours to maintain 100mg in the body at any given time. However, since the half-life of Anavar is 9-10 hours, this would result in a peak level of 125mg and a trough level of 75mg.

Some experts believe that doses as low as 10mg per day can suppress testosterone, while others believe that doses of up to 25mg per day may be safe.

This was entirely theoretical. People cycle anavar for 8 weeks at 25mg and require a pct afterwards. Post cycle therapy.

  

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