Max LMG also known as 13-Ethyl-3-Methoxy-Gona-2,5(10)-Diene-17-One provides very little water retention and solid gains in muscle mass.

Max LMG acts as an anti-progesterone thus creating harder muscle gains, and decreased side effects, as a results of its anti estrogenic make up.

Research shows that Max LMG has a half-Life of about 6 hours, however tested subjects showed a 10 hour half life based on plasma levels.

Max LMG is very popular as a stacking compound and is usually a compliment to other prohormones like Halodrol and Methylstenbolone.


Max LMG is progestin designed to give solid gains . The progestational activity of methoxygonadiene (once it is converted to its active metabolites) is considered to be slightly stronger than nandrolone. This means muscle building with Max LMG in your cycle gives you higher quality hardening effects. Since it acts as anti-progesterone, there are decreased negative effects of extra estrogen and increased libido.



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Note; dosage information is only for scientific reference purposes. SARMs Central, does not condone the human consumption or use of this substance outside of a controlled scientific environment (i.e. a lab).

Max LMG is usually ran anywhere from 4-6 weeks (30-45) days, and dosed around 40-60mg per day.

We recommend that you take 2-3 caps spread throughout the day, once upon rising, once pre-workout, and once before sleeping, to ensure best results.

If not working out that particular day, mid afternoon will suffice.

Potential Side Effects

MAX-LMG users experience very little side effects. Using a proper PCT is still recommended.

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