Boldenone is a natural anabolic, androgenic hormone and the active 1-dehydrotestosterone of testosterone. Boldenone itself hasn’t been marketed; however, as an over the counter drug, it’s usually taken as boldenone glucuronide, the glucuronide ester. This compound is usually made from the bark of the plant, but is also made from other chemicals and salts. When these compounds are mixed with water, the resulting compound is marketed as Boldenone. The most common of these compounds is Boldenone. There are several forms of Boldenone available including lotions, powders and capsules.
In horses that are treated with equine hormones, it’s common for the vet to prescribe Boldenone for joint inflammation, tendon and bone loss and fluid retention in horses. These can be particularly problematic in older horses that show signs of weakness due to joint inflammation. It is this reason that vets prescribe the compound as part of a protocol when treating horses with long term androgenetic effects Boldenone. The advantage of using Boldenone is that it doesn’t cause any increase in testosterone levels as some prescription drugs do, and there is lessened exposure to the effects of estrogen. Also, it has been shown to have no detrimental effect on sperm count. All of these are reasons that make Boldenone ideal for use by equine owners.
However, as an anabolic steroid it has its own set of side effects. Some of these include testicular hypotrophy, enlargement of the prostate, acne, joint pain, decreased libido, mood disorders, weight gain, water retention and growth spurts. It can also be potentially addictive. This is one of the reasons that whenever a new compound such as this is being tried for the treatment of anabolic conditions, vets will usually give it the green light before starting a regime of dosing.
There is also some question about whether or not the use of anabolic androgenic steroids in veterinary use is safe. This comes from the fact that despite the fact that there have been studies linking the use of this substance to lower levels of fertility in men, there have been very little studies linking it to reproductive issues in women. There is also much debate over whether or not bromine (a common veterinary anti-anxiety drug) and iodine (used in thyroid preparations) are considered valid compounds containing anabolic activity when used in the same system.
An issue that has been raised against the use of bromine and iodine in combination with boldenone is that they may interfere with the production of the compound thyroxin, which is responsible for testosterone production in the body. This means that a patient using these medications could suffer from testosterone deficiency and hypothyroidism. The substances fenfluramine and phentermine have also been linked to the production of testosterone in animals, and whilst these do not directly work on the ovary and testes, they have both been banned by the government as they are known to cause kidney failure and blood clotting, which can lead to cancer. So whilst the debate continues about whether or not these substances should be allowed to be used alongside testosterone replacement therapy, it has been shown that the administration of this type of medicine can cause certain side effects.
Other problems seen with the use of medicines containing testosterone are liver toxicity and allergic reactions to dairy products. As boldenone is also a dairy product, this can pose a problem for some animal owners. Some cow breeds, including Alaskan black Beefalo, have been known to develop severe anemia due to the excessive consumption of dairy in their diet. In the US, in 2009, the FDA banned the use of all beefalo proteins in milk because they had been discovered to contain listeria. This was thought to have been caused by the high levels of aflatoxins in the bovine dairy product, but tests showed that the anemia was caused by the direct consumption of the dairy protein along with the Boldenone.
If you’re wondering whether or not you can take boldenone with liquid steroids, the answer is yes. The only time this has been confirmed is when the administration of a very high dose is necessary. If you are taking a lower dose than what is required, or if you are pregnant it is important to speak to your doctor or vet first. This is because the combination of the substances can be dangerous to both you and your unborn foetus. If you are looking to treat an injury to the penis or lungs, then there may not be enough Boldenone in your system to counteract the damage.
Other substances that can be consumed alongside boldenone are lecithin, whey protein, vitamin B6, and dairy products like cottage cheese. These substances don’t seem to interact much with each other and work well together, except for the fact that dairy products like cottage cheese and milk replacers have more anabolic effects than boldenone. You should speak to a doctor or pharmacist before starting any new medication so that you make sure that the ingredients are safe for you to use. As with all drugs, make sure you do some research into any supplement you choose so that you are sure it won’t interact with anything else you are taking.