Testoviron is a testosterone derivative that has both a long and a short acting composition. What stacks well with this steroid you might ask? The answer to this question might best be summed up as, “All or nothing”. The compound includes a short acting ester that would normally need to be used once every two days. Most compounds would include another short acting supplement such as Trenbolone Acetate. Testoviron’s creators chose to work with a long acting compound instead. This might make more sense if Testoviron was used during a cutting cycle. However, as a stand alone product it’s most useful aspects are negated.
The downfall of using this sort of combination is that the user has to inject it every other day in order to maintain the short acting ester’s potential. This generally makes the long acting ester pointless. This can be changed by combining it with either a short acting component or another long acting one. Generally speaking, Testoviron can work well with any other product as long as you pick short or long acting steroids and stick with them. Popular choices for the long acting ester are Deca (Nandrolone Decanoate) or Eq (Boldenone Undecylclenate). Masteron, Winstrol, and Tren (Trenbolone Acetate) are popular as well. Either way it is important to include a product that reduces both water retention and estrogenic effects if it is used for a cutting cycle.