Nandrolone cypionate is recommended as an aid for the treatment of debilitated horses when an improvement in weight, hair coat or general physical condition is desired. Debilitation often follows disease or may occur following overwork and overexertion.
Nandrolone Cypionate first appeared in the 1960’s around the same time as Nandrolone Decanoate, but would enjoy short-lived success on the human pharmaceutical market. Nandrolone Decanoate, best known by the trade name Deca Durabolin has largely dominated the human Nandrolone marketplace along with Durabolin (Nandrolone Phenylpropionate). However, while short lived on the human market Nandrolone Cypionate has enjoyed some success on the veterinarian market under the name Dynabol.
Dynabol first appeared though the veterinarian compounding group Jurox in Australia but would vanish from the market in 2001. In 2002, SYD Group in Australia would obtain all Jurox rights and reintroduce the Dynabol product, but this time under the name Anabolic DN and Anabolic NA. SYD group would also begin manufacturing a much stronger Nandrolone Cypionate, which it introduced to the Mexican veterinarian drug market. However, this venture was short lived as the U.S. DEA charged SYD Group with illegally exporting the compound from Mexico to the U.S. market for off label human use. Since that time the compound can only be found in Australia and under very tight control.
While no legitimate pharmaceutical, human or veterinarian Dynabol exists, at least no longer under that brand name, Nandrolone Cypionate can still be found. However, it is a very rare mixture of Nandrolone and largely not sought after as there is so much Nandrolone Decanoate and Nandrolone Phenylpropionate on the market. However, you will find some Underground Labs (UGL’s) that make it and regardless of the brand in question most all refer to all Nandrolone Cypionate as Dynabol.