Boldenon or equipise is a veterinary steroid used by men. It is well known among athletes after Trenbolone, it has good anabolic characteristics and relatively small side effects.
Boldenon is a derivative of Cara testosterone and has high anabolic effects and small androgenic effects. It has a duration of action of 2-3 weeks. In veterinary medicine it is mainly used in horses. It has been manufactured for human use since the 1950s.
Boldenone was created to make a longer injectable ester of danabol. It is an unmethylated 17-alpha methylrostenolone. It is as anabolic as testosterone, but has twice as little androgen effects. It doesn’t gain as much muscle mass as testosterone, but the increase in strength is similar.
Boldenone increases the number of red blood cells more than other steroids. The beneficial effects of this steroid are appreciated among athletes, being a popular steroid.
For many people it is considerably stronger decaduraboline, but this is wrong, because boldenon administration results in less muscle mass.
It has a long half-life and therefore muscle mass accumulates more slowly, but it is of good quality. It is recommended to administer for 12 weeks to obtain good results.
In post-cycle therapy, tamoxifen is required. It is administered at least once a week in doses of 400-800 mg per week.