they have similar names, but is there any structural similarity between the two?
halotestin is banned and hdrol isnt
hdrol = mild
halotestin = freaky aggressive and insane strength gains
hdrol = solo cycle
halotestin = kick start test cycle and precomp strength boost
halogen substituents. Fluoxymesterone (halotestin) has a fluorine atom at the 9a position and halodrol has a chlorine atom at C4.
but what does that mean in layman's terms?
They do have *some* structural similarities (they're both non-aromatising 17a-methylated testosterone derivatives with halogen substituents) but they don't really resemble each other. Fluoxymesterone is structurally similar to some glucocorticoids (like dexamethasone). Halodrol is a more traditional-looking androgen.
i see. thank you