TURKESTERONE



Turkesterone is an organic substance, an ecdysteroid (phytoecdysteroids), obtained from aerial part of the plant Ajuga turkestanica.

Structural formula

Gross formula: C27H44O8r
Purity: > = 10%
Chemical name: 2β, 3β, 14α, 20R, 22R, 25 -hexa-dihydroxy-5β-cholesten-7-OH-6
Molecular weight: 496.63 g / mol
Latin name: Turkesterone
CAS code: 41451-87-0
Indications for use
In adults, as a tonic: asthenodepressive syndrome (associated with the weakening of protein-synthesizing processes: with prolonged intoxications, infections), neurasthenia. As part of the complex therapy - arterial hypotension, intensive training (dysfunction of CCC, especially with severe signs of myocardial overstrain and increased protein catabolism), as a drug that increases the speed-strength qualities in preparation for athletic competitions.
Pharmacological properties
Turkestherone has tonic and adaptogenic properties. Anabolic effect is also observed. Turkesterone shows a tonic effect, stimulates working capacity, protects against the negative impact of various stressors. Under the action of Turkesterone, biosynthesis of protein in the body, especially in muscle tissue, is intensified, erythropoiesis and immunogenesis are stimulated. Turkesterone causes favorable shifts in carbohydrate, lipid, and electrolysis metabolism, improves mood, mental and physical condition, increases the functional capabilities of human body.
Turkesterone corrects the disturbed metabolism in organs and tissues under various pathological conditions (myocardystrophy, toxic liver and kidney damage, anemia, destructive changes in the gastric mucosa and external skin, bone fractures) and promotes the restoration of their functions, delays the premature aging of human body. Turkesterone is non-toxic, that is its LD50> 5000 mg / kg. Prolonged administration of turkesterone showed the absence of any toxic effects from both blood and urine, and from the pathomorphology of various organs and tissues. Particular interest this compound causes is its anabolic activity in the body. So, first of all, attention was drawn to the increase in muscle mass gain. Along with the already described manifestations of the protein-anabolic effect, it should be noted that the increase in the total protein content in the serum under the action of turkesterone, mainly due to albumin.
Turkesterone does not show an androgenic effect, which is typical for all steroid anabolic drugs, therefore, Turkesterone has the prospect of being used as an anabolic agent in women and children.
Turkesterone, according to some scientific research outcomes of the mid-1990s, is not considered as doping and can be used in sports medicine without any restrictions in terms of anti-doping control. Turkesterone is recommended for wide use, individually or in the form of complex preparations in clinical and sports medicine.

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