Boldenone raws we have with different esters: Acetate, Base (no ester), Cypionate and Undecylenate (lieuid form in room temperature).
99.5% Boldenone Acetate Raw Material
Due to a different ester attached to it, boldenone acetate is popularly called “short acting Equipoise.” In fact, it is a veterinary steroid that is most known for use in horse racing, and it has never been approved for human use. However, boldenone acetate is a somewhat widespread injectable anabolic steroid among bodybuilders.
Description of boldenone acetate powder
Synonym: androstadienolone acetate
CAS ID: 2363-59-9
Purity: 99.5% by HPLC.
Melting point: 149~151°C.
Appearance: white crystalline powder.
Boldenone Acetate Effects.
Boldenone acetate dramatically increases protein synthesis and red blood cell count meaning that nutrients are transported throughout the body much more effectively. Because of this, boldenone acetate is able to make much more use of less food, enhancing its capabilities as an effective hormone to use when “cutting” Also, the increased red blood cell count caused by this steroid also increases oxygen transportation throughout the body, thus giving athletes and bodybuilders much more endurance and the capability to endure cardio sessions for much longer periods of time, which obviously makes this drug even more popular among those looking to shed body fat.
Common Dosage For Boldenone Acetate.
Boldenone acetate should be run at 300-700 milligrams (mgs) per week with injections done at least every 2-3 days. The minimum recommended cycle duration with boldenone acetate is 6 weeks. Some guys like to stack a little testosterone or trenbolone with it; and the beautiful part of the acetate version is that no kick start is necessary, so you save on having to use an oral to start things off.
It can be effectively incorporated in both “cutting” and “bulking” cycles due to the well balanced effects of this anabolic substance. This steroid aromatizes very little, and therefore produces almost no estrogenic side effects such as water retention or “gyno”.