max lmg is an ethylated (think 17aa) pro hormone.
starting out, it resembles the birth control pill which is an actual progestin.
the progestin receptor binding is secondary to this compound, as well as other steroids.
after the compound hits the stomach acids, it is converted via those acids into a pro hormone which is similar to norbolethone. (another 17aa oral ethylated steroid)
most norandrogens will have some progestin receptor binding. but, they bind first & formost to the androgen receptor & have the structure of an androgen.
deca, trenbolen, nor testosterone, dienolone, norbolethone, these are all nor androgens.
max lmg has slightly more progestin binding affinity than deca.
calling a steroid a progestin because it has some interaction with the pr is a little off base.
alot of steroids bind to the progestin receptor.
People "claim" to say they know the difference, and know that compounds like max lmg aren't a progestin, but call them that to imply they bind to the progestin receptor. well, I really dont think they do know, cause if they did, they would be calling alot more steroids progestins.
this is just info based off of mis represented labels from companies releasing steroids and not knowing, or caring to accurately describe the compounds.
lets all start running around calling deca a progestin, or trenbolone a progestin. you'll get some funny looks at the gym if you do that.