Boldenone Acetate Dosage
A potential user of Boldenone acetate steroidswill come across a number of recommendations in regard to dosage and cycling.
In fact, dosage recommendations range from 300 mg on a weekly basis to up to 700 mg, and sometimes more. Injections are generally required every other day or every third day.
For optimal benefits, it will be much better to use Boldenone acetate in a cycle that lasts at least six weeks. Some go longer.
A Boldenone acetate cycle can be done on its own or stacked with other forms of testosterone (enanthate, cypionate, etc.) depending on personal preferences and experience.
Boldenone Acetate Side Effects
Any anabolic androgenic steroid does have the potential to trigger a number of undesired side effects. Some factors can influence these side effects and include:
- Age – the body metabolizes drugs differently as we age
- Gender – males and females metabolize drugs at different rates, depending on metabolism, hormone levels, and chemical balances in the body.
- Height versus weight – most drug dosage recommendations in medical scenarios are based on a person’s height versus weight. This aids in the determination of frequency as well as potential results.
- Current health status
Medical conditions such as diabetes or other metabolic or hormonal disturbances can also negatively influence a drug’s main mechanism of action, it’s half-life, and overall efficacy.
Serious reactions can and do occur with use of anabolic androgenic steroids, even at low dosages. Risks increase with stacking of other components to the Boldenone acetate in order to achieve accelerated results.
Boldenone Acetate vs Boldenone Undecylenate
Boldenone was created while trying to develop a long ester dianabol. Then if we remember the origin of dianabol, it is basically a derivative of Testosterone. So what the hell does that mean to us? While very few people actually report or claim they suffer from water retention from using EQ, it’s history sure would tell us it may have that possibility considering its ancestry.
Boldenone Acetate was first marketed as Boldenone with less water retention. Again I think most of us would say “what water retention? “. I think the most logic explanation for the development of Boldenone Acetate is a faster acting compound. Undecylenate is the slowest acting ester as i know, even slower than deconate.
This is why EQ is typically run 16-20 weeks to reap the full benefits of the compound. I have no hard core evidence this is true or one version is better than the other. This is simply the conclusion I came to; Acetate form is faster acting and can be run on a shorter cycle.