Dark Labs: Turkesterone | Turkesterone 500mg
What is Turkesterone?
Turkesterone is a naturally occurring plant sterol which can be isolated from the plant Ajuga turkestanica. Turk is a natural supplement that has been around for years and used as a non-hormonal muscle builder.
It has recently seen a resurgence as an effective alternative to the more extreme compounds available.
Dark Labs Turkesterone 500mg is a high quality muscle building compound for size and strength.
Dark Labs Turkesterone
Dark labs Turkesterone contains 500mg of Ajuga turkestanica extract which has been standardized to 10% turkesterone. 10% Turkesterone supplements are currently the industry standard for this muscle building compound.
- Muscle Size
- Muscle Strength
- Muscle Pump
Dark Labs Turkesterone Ingredients
- Ajuga Turkestanica Extract (Standardized to 10% Turkesterone) 500mg
Daily value not established.
What Does Turkesterone Do?
- Nitrogen retention in muscle cells.
- Non-hormonal anabolic effect.
It is an ecdysteroid found in plants. Ecdysteroids have some research showing potential for anabolic muscle growth without hormonal side effects. If this speculation serves true then turkesterone makes for a great muscle building alternative to SARMs, steroids, and prohormones. There is evidence to suggest anabolic activity without targeting the androgen receptors.
Within the bodybuilding community, users have reported that they have gained a lot of muscle mass with little side effects. Many have suggested that turkesterone is a great alternative to hormonal muscle builders.
Is Turk Banned?
No, turk has not been banned yet, even though it has seen increasing interest from anti-doping groups. We currently have it in stock and shipping worldwide.
The current reccomended dose is 500 mg -1000 mg of Ajuga turkestanica extract. A 10% extract would yield a dose of 50-100mg of turkesterone per day.
Turkesterone Side Effects
Turk seems to be very tolerable among users. At the time of this article I am unable to find any anecdotal accounts of users reporting side effects.