5A-699 is an Anabolic Phytosteroid (APS), classified as a brassinosteroid. It is an anabolic compound, a natural effective muscle builder, an endurance and performance enhancer. It has 3% more anabolic activity then the well-known SARM Ostarine (MK-2688)*.
5α-hydroxylaxogenin was discovered in 1996, the Russian chemist Syrov published a peer reviewed journal in 1976 that it had similar anabolic activity to Anavar (Oxandrolone), but without the side effects of hormone imbalances, liver toxicity, or testin positive for steroidal therapy.
What 5A-699 Does:
Increases anabolic activity 
Increases protein synthesis  
Increases lipid (fat) and carbohydrate metabolism 
It has a similar anabolic effect to Anavar (Oxandrolone) 
It has cAMP phosphodiesterase activity 
cAMP pathways control anabolism and catabolism 
No androgenic activity, so no hormonal side effects 
Safe for women
No PCT needed
Signals PI3K/Akt pathway, responsible for muscle cell growth and division  This is the same pathway IGF-1 uses for its muscle building effect
5A-699 has 3% more anabolic activity then the SARM Ostarine (MK-2688)*
77.98mg/mL | 3.6mL/day | 280.7mg/day
1.8mL twice daily | one month supply
5A-699 contains 5α-hydroxylaxogenin (tetramethylicosahydrospiro[naptho[2,1:4,5]indeno[2,1-b]furan-10,2-pyran]-2(11aH)-one), in a proprietary SMEDDS blend. The active compound is isolated from Smilax Sieboldii a close relative to asparagus
5α-hydroxylaxogenin has medium lipophilicity and requires SMEDDS to be efficient. Our proprietary SMEDDS blend is infused with caprylic acid a natural SARM.
To activate SMEDDS mix the recommended dose by stirring vigorously, shaking, or blending in water, milk, or juice.
Anabolic Activity of 5A-699 vs Ostarine (MK-2688)
* Results according to Molinspiration molecular structure nuclear receptor bioactivity.
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