With Boldenon in moderate doses aromatisation is usually not a problem to worry about. But it does aromatise a little so if you are sensitive or uses Boldenon in high doses there is still a reason to look out. This means that the risk of side effects like gynocomastia and water retention is small. The small aromatisation that does occur is positive for the glucose utilization (bringing back glycogen in the cell after a hard workout) and increases your natural growth hormone release. The main advantage is that oestrogen upgrades the androgen receptors giving an anabolic effect. Boldenon is not so toxic for the liver and the DHT conversion is also low. Acne and high blood pressure problems are also rare, this steroid is in all fairly safe to use and very much recommended.
But the most similar in its properties to boldenone, as oddly enough, turned out to nandrolone. Despite the dissimilarity of the structure of the molecules of the two drugs, and equipoise, nandrolone, and have approximately the same propensity for aromatization (though, of course, unlike that of nandrolone to estradiol conversion takes place without the participation of the aromatase enzyme). Moreover, the androgen receptor stabilization time of these drugs is approximately the same. Nandrolone and equipoise many experts recommend as interchangeable, and believe not entirely appropriate to their one-time use. In my opinion, this is not entirely justified, and that's why.
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