Because testosterone suspension does not need to break down an attached ester (like other esterified versions) the hormone is effective immediately when administered. The users testosterone levels will be raised for only 2-3 days (at most) after injection and the steroid should be administered daily. This testosterone is dissolved in water typically, not oil like most of the other esterified versions making it more readily available in the body.
Test suspention Testosterone base no ester, as the natural product drug and one of the most widely used anabolic steroids, is the most convenient choice for a reference drug to which all others will be compared. And while it is entirely possible to construct maximally-effective steroid cycles without employing testosterone, most do not do this, but instead use testosterone as their foundation. Either approach can be entirely sound.
As a bodybuilding drug, testosterone is almost always used as an injectable ester, due to poor oral bioavailability and the impracticality of high dose transdermal or sublingual delivery. Testosterone also is provided as an injectable suspension. Discussion here is in reference to these injectable preparations.
Pharmacologically, testosterone acts both via the androgen receptor and via other means. In practice, it is found to combine synergistically both with those anabolic steroids categorized as Class I and those categorized as Class II, and therefore is described as having mixed activity.
As a result, it needs to be injected at least once a day, with some athletes preferring to inject it twice a day.
Test suspention Testosterone base no ester has a reputation for being used as a pre-game (or pre-workout) stimulant to increase aggression. I can attest to it being pretty useful for this purpose, actually, as can many pre-contest bodybuilders.
In the end, though, not many people will base a cycle around testosterone suspension – it’s uncomfortable to inject and leaves some pretty odd looking bumps in the muscle while it’s still there.
With use of an anti-aromatase, 600-750 mg/week of injected testosterone is a good dosage range for a novice. Without an anti-aromatase, it may be preferred to limit usage to 500 mg/week, although there can be risk of gynecomastia at doses even as low as 200 mg/week if no anti-estrogen is used. More advanced users may favor a gram per week. Still-higher doses such as 2 grams per week generally provide only a small further increment in performance, with that generally being noticeable only if a plateau has been reached at 1 gram per week. Amounts higher than this are employed by some pro bodybuilders but probably with only a slight further incremental effect.