From all the forms of steroids that are available in the market you will find that there are a large number of steroids that are available in the both oral as well as injectable form. While comparing the oral and injectable form, more stability with some quality gains would be achieved by using injectable form of the steroids. But there are some higher amount of side effects associated with the injectable form. The first thing is that the user must not make any mistake while administrating the injectable form of steroid in the body. There are some anabolic androgenic steroids that are not available in both forms while there are some whose oral form is less effective than the injectable form and vice versa. Some of these steroids are being discussed here.
Each 5 ml contains:
Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)…..75 mg
Saunf (Foeniculum vulgare)….. mg
Kutki (Piccorhiza kurroa)….. mg
Vidang (Embelia ribes)….. mg
Nagarmotha (Cyperus rotendus)….. mg
Jeera (Cuminum cyminum)….. mg
Pippali (Piper longum)….. mg
Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)….. mg
Yavani (Trachyspermum ammi)….. mg
Antiandrogens like spironolactone are male-specific teratogens which can feminize male fetuses due to their antiandrogen effects (see below ).    For this reason, it is recommended that antiandrogens only be used to treat women who are of reproductive age in conjunction with adequate contraception.    Oral contraceptives, which contain an estrogen and a progestin , are typically used for this purpose.  Moreover, oral contraceptives themselves are functional antiandrogens and are independently effective in the treatment of androgen-dependent skin and hair conditions, and hence can significantly augment the effectiveness of antiandrogens in the treatment of such conditions.