TESTOSTERONE : Testosterone is the FTM’s androgen of choice for a variety of reasons. It has excellent androgenic and anabolic properties, and is the substance that is produced naturally within your body. It does have a 5aR metabolite and an aromatase metabolite, so one should consider adding an anti-estrogenic agent if one is supplementing with supraphysiological doses of the drug. If you are prone to hair loss and/or male pattern baldness, you should also consider a 5aR inhibitor. Physicians specializing in hair loss can usually help you find an appropriate one. There are several different testosterone drugs, including testosterone cypionate (Depo-testosterone), testosterone enanthate (Testoviron/Delatestryl), testosterone propionate and testosterone decanoate. Testosterone cypionate and testosterone enanthate are the most common testosterone esters used by FTMs. One possibility that FTMs should consider is a drug called Sustanon 250, which is an injectable drug containing 250mg of four different testosterone esters. It might not be available in your country. Organon is reputable manufacturer of Sustanon 250, but there’s a whole bunch of fake Sustanon out there. Buy it from a REPUTABLE pharmacy. Omnadren 250 is a drug similar to Sustanon 250, but with one different ester that reduces the overall half life by a few days. Omnadren is also faked quite frequently.
By October 1945, DDT was available for public sale in the United States, used both as an agricultural pesticide and as a household insecticide.  Although its use was promoted by government and the agricultural industry, US scientists such as FDA pharmacologist Herbert O. Calvery expressed concern over possible hazards associated with DDT as early as 1944.    In 1947, Dr. Bradbury Robinson , a physician and nutritionist practicing in St. Louis, Michigan , warned of the dangers of using the pesticide DDT in agriculture. DDT had been researched and manufactured in St. Louis by the Michigan Chemical Corporation , later purchased by Velsicol Chemical Corporation ,  and had become an important part of the local economy.  Citing research performed by Michigan State University  in 1946, Robinson, a past president of the local Conservation Club,  opined that: