Testosterone propionate powder is the shortest ester testosterone steroid. It’s an injectable compound with a slower rate of release than un-esterified Testosterone, but a faster rate of release than all the rest of esterified testosterones. There are some advantages and disadvantages to the short acting ester. The major disadvantage is that users have to inject testosterone propionate powder at minimum every other day throughout the cycle to get proper results. The advantages, however, are easier control and prevention of potential side effects. Also because there is less ester per vial, there is more actual testosterone per injection, which produces better results. The Propionate ester expands Testosterone’s half-life to about 4 and a half day.
Benefits of Testosterone Propionate
The benefits of propionate may not be worth the additional energy required for the injections. Propionate is also a relatively painful steroid to inject with uses complaining that the same spots become aggravated with additional injections which require injecting in several different places for prevention of this pain. The injection site may become irritated and users have complained of long lasting pain caused by the injections. For these reasons, propionate is not such a good idea for the first time steroid user, however, enanthate and cypionate are not without their share of complications and all factors should be assessed before beginning with any steroid cycle. If propionate is the steroid of choice, ancillary drugs such as nolvadex, proviron and arimidex are advised to have on hand during the cycle in case symptoms of gyno arise (or if you wish, you can run these drugs during the cycle for prevention).
Recipe for Testosterone Propionate 100 mg/ml Oil 100ml：
Testosterone propionate powders: 10 grams;
Benzyl Alcohol (BA): 2 ml;
Benzyl Benzoate (BB): 20 ml;
Sesame Oil/Grape Seed Oil: 68.91 ml.