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Best Injectable Steroids in Canada

You can now take anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) in injectable forms. Buy Steroids Canada offers the highest quality pharmaceutical grade of these synthetically produced variants of testosterone.

So, if you’re looking to buy injectable steroids online, and want only the best, we have the highest-quality injectable Steroids in Canada with guaranteed satisfaction just for you.

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Key Takeaways 

  • Injectables have a lot of benefits over orals such as longer half-lives 
  • Injectables are easier for larger dosings 
  • They do not cause liver damage like their oral counterparts 
  • More Anabolic Steroids are available as injectables

Injectables, of course, refers to injectable Steroids or Androgenic Hormones. These compounds are usually suspended in oil, however, a select few (like Stanazolol and Testosterone Suspension) are suspended in water.  

Injectable compounds have a distinct advantage over their oral counterparts in the sense that they have (potentially) fewer side effects. Primarily, most of them will not be hepatoxic at all (toxic to the liver). You also can administer a large bulbous dose at one time, whereas with a large bulbous dose of orals, your appetite might take a hit. 

Another benefit of injectables is the fact that you can inject them now, and you might have the compound in you for weeks before you need another dose. Orals have far shorter half-lives, making them a bit tedious. Injectables are more of the “Set it and Forget it”. 

In general, most compounds can be found in both 17-Alpha Methylated (oral) and injectable form, however, when the injectable version is methylated, it can change the properties. For instance, Masteron (Drostanolone) is the injectable form of Superdrol (Methyldrostanolone). Those in the know, know that these two compounds are vastly different from one another, and while the former has so few side effects it can form part of your HRT, the latter should always be used in short stints. 

Other methylated versions of injectables are just hard to find. Methyl trenbolone or Metribolone is unbelievably hard to manufacture and thus, the injectable version will “have to do” – not that anyone has ever complained about Trenbolone Acetate being weak. 

Injectables should be the base of your cycle for the most part. As mentioned, orals tend to have more side effects, chief amongst which are liver damage and an impact on appetite. While the liver is remarkably robust and can handle quite a lot of abuse, it’s still only an organ. A general rule of thumb is to limit oral intake in periods and dosage. 

This is why injectables form the base of most cycles. Even when looking at TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy, you’re far better off using Testosterone Enanthate than Dianabol (Metandienone). Dianabol has far more side effects. 

Injectables are usually administered intramuscularly (IM), but smaller doses can be administered subcutaneously (SUBQ):

Intramuscularly (IM) Subcutaneously (SUBQ)
Glutes, up to 3ml Stomach Fat, up to 0.25ml
Side Deltoids, up to 1.5ml Love Handles, up to 0.5ml
Quadriceps, up to 2ml (Warning, hurts like a bitch) Upper glute fat, up to 0.25ml 
Lats, up to 1.5ml

* Note: These doses are based on an individual that has build a decent amount of muscle mass. Someone smaller might not be able to use as much. Start lower if you feel unsure. 

Injectables, of course, do have side effects, but the only one that is synonymous with all the different compounds is PIP or post-injection pain. There are methods to reduce this like massaging the area after injecting, warming the vial slightly before drawing, and not sitting down or being inactive after injecting – go for a light walk (but do not train a muscle you just pinned). 

Which injectables do I use? Well, we have plenty in stock, so it really depends on what your needs are. Someone who is looking to do A wouldn’t use the same as someone looking to do B. For instance: 

Person A needs TRT but would benefit from more oxygen since they love doing long-distance athletics. This person could replace their normal TRT with Boldenone (EQUIGEN), since this will give you the same physiological benefits of Testosterone, but will also stimulate more red blood cell production. This means they get their TRT and an oxygen boost as well. 

Person B is a heavy lifter. They do powerlifting, and they are already running a massive dose of Testosterone. They notice that they are suffering from high Estrogen, as well as elbow pain. Obviously, the solution is to manage both symptoms. The former can be (possibly) managed by Drostanolone (DROSTANOGEN), since Drostanolone has a slight Anti Aromatising effect. Bonus, as DHTs are directly responsible for strength production, this will boost strength! The elbow pain can be managed with a low dose of Nandrolone (DECAGEN), which has been used by strength athletes for donkey years to manage joint pain. 

As you can see, no one size fits all. Unless we’re talking Growth Hormone – in which case most people should use as much as they possibly can!  


Injectables are versatile, easy to transport, and easy to store, and they have fewer side effects than orals. Orals have their place, sure. If you struggle with hunger (too much of it), then an oral at the point of the day you’re hungriest will certainly help! For everything else, there’s Mastercard – shit! I mean injectables.