Anavar is an oral anabolic steroid that is derived from dihydrotestosterone.
It was first developed in 1964 by Searle Laboratories, and was originally marketed as a treatment for muscle wasting and weight loss in people with HIV/AIDS.
It is now commonly used by athletes and bodybuilders for its muscle-building and fat-burning properties.
Anavar is one of the most popular anabolic steroids among athletes and bodybuilders due to its relatively low risk of side effects and its milder effect on the body compared to other steroids. The average dose of Anavar for athletes and bodybuilders is 30-50 mg per day.
Anavar is not known to be hepatotoxic, and is therefore not known to cause liver damage. It is also not known to cause acne, water retention, or hair loss.