Substance: Boldenone undeclynate
Bolde 250 is the brand name for a slow acting injectable ester undecylenate of an androgenic steroid Boldenon. The anabolic and androgenic properties of the drug are quite well-balanced. The drug increases protein synthesis in the muscle cells. It also increases the red blood cells. A dramatic increase in appetite may also be observed with this drug. At the end of a steroid cycle, Boldenon will taper off slowly. The muscle mass that you gain with the use of the drug will be retained for long even after the use of the drug has been discontinued. The gains of muscle mass may be slow and gradual process with the use of the drug yet the muscle gains are of very high quality.
There is a very low amount of aromatization with the use of this drug. While one takes it, there is very little water retention unlike many other anabolic steroids. Three weeks may be passed before you finally see and expect some results. This may be a long time if one wants to achieve muscle mass quick. The results though are more permanent than multiple testosterones that may be available. Muscle density and hardness can be really improved following the use of the drug.
Androgenic side effects are common with the use of this drug. These include increased water retention, body fat gain and gynecomastia. These side effects occur if high dosages of the drug are taken for a prolonged period of time. Boldenone can be aromatized in the body to estradiol (estrogen).
The side effects are caused by elevated estrogen levels. Virilizing effects of anabolic and androgenic steroids may be observed in females and therefore they are warned before using the drug. Deepening of the voice and menstrual irregularities may be experienced by women who take high dosages of the drug for long. There may be changes in the skin texture and facial hair may begin to appear. Clitoral enlargement is another side effect in women that can be observed with the use of the drug. The drug should be immediately stopped following these side effects and the doctor must be consulted.