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Equipoise is an anabolic and androgenic steroid developed for use in veterinary medicine. Produced with the aim of obtaining long-acting methandrostenolone, the drug is firmly entrenched in the marketveterinary medicine.  androgenic steroid developed for use in veterinary medicine.  . . Modifying the double bond between the first and second carbon atoms made the steroid as cobbled as testosterone (for its anabolic properties), while Boldenona-E’s androgenic activity is twice as weak.
Effects from taking Equipois

High-quality set of muscle mass. In this case, the effect unfolds gradually (undecylenate is a very long ether, with a coupling 1 atom longer than the decanoate).
The increase in power indicators.
Increased appetite.

Hematopoietic function. Equipoise increases the number of red blood cells produced, which in turn improves the delivery of oxygen to the muscles. This property of the drug is widely used by representatives of endurance sports (for example, athletes).

Side Effects of

Side effects with injections are not common, especially in the absence of other drugs on the cycle. However, like any other anabolic steroid – boldenone can cause a significant decrease in the levels of your own testosterone after completing the cycle. In some cases (almost never), puffiness and gynecomastia may appear. However, the likelihood of this is so low that the use of antiestrogens and aromatase inhibitors is still optional on the boldenone cycle.
How to take Equipoise

The Equipoise cycle lasts approximately 8 to 10 weeks. The average dosage ranges from 400 to 800 milligrams. Before you start taking it is recommended to conduct a full examination of the body and consult a doctor. This will allow you not only to avoid possible side effects, but also to correctly determine the duration of the cycle and dosage. Exceeding the norm over 800 milligrams almost never leads to better results, but only increases the risk of negative reactions. As for how to take


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