Trenbolone hexahydrobenzylcarbonate, or trenbolone cyclohexylmethylcarbonate, sold under the brand names PARABOL and Hexabolan, is a syntheticinjected anabolic–androgenic steroid (AAS) of the nandrolone group and an androgen ester – specifically, the C17β hexahydrobenzylcarbonate (cyclohexylmethylcarbonate) ester of trenbolone – which was marketed in France for medical use in humans but has since been discontinued.

It was introduced in France in 1980 and was voluntarily discontinued by its manufacturer in 1997. The drug acts as a long-lasting prodrug of trenbolone when administered via intramuscular injection It was used clinically at a dosage of one ampoule (76 mg, corresponding to 50 mg trenbolone base) every 10 days.

What does trenbolone hexahydrobenzylcarbonate do?

Generally, it works by mimicking natural anabolic hormones in the body, such as testosterone and human growth hormone (HGH). It is a derivative of the male hormone testosterone, and is also known as Tren, Trenbolone Acetate, and Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate.

What are the side effects of Tren Hex?

Side effects of trenbolone acetate include symptoms of masculinization like acne, increased body hair growth, scalp hair loss, voice changes, and increased sexual desire.

Active Half-Life: 14 Days

Classification: Anabolic Steroid

Dosage: 200-600 MG/Week

Acne: Rarely

Water Retention: Yes


Hepatotoxicity: Yes

Aromatization: No

Active Substance: Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate

Form: 10ML X 150 MG/ML