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Boldenone may have been banned in the 70s, but Equipoise (the veterinary steroid) is still readily available to this day.

An Equipoise cycle usually lasts for 12 weeks and the Equipoise dosage ranges from 200 to 600 mg per week. There are several Equipoise side effects, and the higher the dose, the more severe the symptoms.

Let’s review the top five side effects of the EQ steroid right here

Athletes, especially those involved in sports which require bouts of speed also favour Masteron enanthate thanks to its ability to promote solid, lean mass with little to no side effects. Masteron e works best on those with low body fat levels.


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EQ The characteristics of Equipoise enanthate allow it to release into the bloodstream much slower than the propionate ester. Similar to test enanthate. Running a cycle of EQ  will require a 2x weekly injection frequency.

Over the years Equipoise has become known as a relatively ‘weak’ steroid. However, EQ cannot be compared to the likes of deca, or tren. EQ works best as ‘the icing on the cake’ so to speak. When at low body fat levels, Equipose can help tighten the muscles and offer a more grainy and tight look to the muscle.

Rarely would Equipose be run solo. It offers very little as a standalone steroid. Using Masteron outside of a cutting cycle has also left people disappointed.

Very rarely will users report side effects when running EQ. It has been used by many to negate the effects of estrogen by other compounds instead of running an AI. Again, though, this is person dependant and you should always have an AI on hand before running a cycle.

Ok, so you want solid, swole muscle with jacked levels of testosterone (and who doesn’t?) But how far would you go to get it? Would you be willing to use a dangerous compound called Equipoise, usually used on cows and horses, for instance?

It’s hardly the most glamorous way to achieve a shredded physique, is it? And when you use Equipoise, commonly referred to as ‘EQ steroid’, you’re taking a compound meant to improve lean muscle mass in animals, not humans.

Let’s take a look at how this compound went from celebrated to banned, the side effects of Equipoise, and a natural alternative which will help you get similar results, without taking drugs for farm animals.

What is Equipoise?

Equipoise (EQ) has been known by several names over the years, including Ganabol, Ultragan, and most famously, Boldenone Undecylenate, or ‘Boldenone’ for short.

EQ was thought to be a longer-lasting equivalent to Dianabol (one of the most famous steroids in the industry), so naturally, you can see why it gained interest in the bodybuilding community.

Originally developed as a veterinary drug to help improve appetite and lean muscle mass in racehorses, Equipoise was marketed as Boldenone and approved for human consumption during the 60s. At the time users reported a good bulking effect, although granted, it was nothing like you see today with the mass monsters on the Mr Olympia stage. As an added bonus, there was limited water retention, allowing users to avoid that classic bloated look.

Androgenic Rating: 50

Anabolic Rating: 100


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