GP Bolasterone

GP Bolasterone


Brand: Geneza Pharmaceuticals
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Product Description

GP Bolasterone is an oral anabolic steroid produced by Geneza Pharmaceuticals, and it is structurally linked to methyltestosterone. It differs only by the addition of a methyl group at c-7, which explains its chemical name, 7,17-dimethyltestosterone. The added c-7-methyl group makes the activity of this steroid far from methyltestosterone, however, that any direct comparison is difficult to justify.
GP Bolasterone is dimethyltestosterone or methyltestosterone (testosterone with a methyl group in the 17th position), but with an additional methyl group (hence, “dimethyl”) in the C7 position. The first methyl group (at the 17th position) allows the steroid to pass through the liver and remain active in the blood. The second methyl group (at the 7th position) does not allow it to freely bind to the sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), thereby allowing a large part of it to remain unbound and in the active state and, therefore, significantly increasing its effectiveness. GP Bolasterone comes from testosterone with its high anabolic (575), which are 3-androgenic, like testosterone, and almost 6x as anabolic.

Reviews of GP Bolasterone

Bolaterone was originally a popular oral steroid used by bodybuilders in Europe. Bolasteron had functions similar to dianabol, but it had long since ceased. Several years ago, bolasterone became the first known fake steroid, which was noted internationally. Belonging to a group of steroids called DDR compounds, removing them from East Germany, this steroid was recognized as the best drug ever made.

GP Bolasterone Results

For beginners, GP Bolasterone is a fairly powerful steroid, measured in humans, about twice the anabolic effect of meta-androstenolone. This contrasts with methyltestosterone, which is significantly less effective than methandrostenolone. Despite the fact that it is a derivative of testosterone, bolaterone is also much more anabolic than androgenic. At this therapeutic level, it is much less likely to cause androgenic / virilizing side effects. However, he has one strong resemblance to methyltestosterone, which explains the fact that bolasterone is also quite estrogen. Therefore, both agents are most appropriate to use during filling or training phases.

GP Bolasterone Dosage

Clinical studies have shown that significant nitrogen retention and weight gain can be caused by a daily dose of 1-2 mg per day. In the sports arena, doses of 2-5 mg per day seem to be the most reasonable, taken in cycles of no more than 6-8 weeks in length to minimize hepatotoxicity. This level is sufficient for a strong increase in muscle size and strength, although such growth is likely to be accompanied by a significant retention of water.

GP Bolasterone was not widely used with women in clinical medicine. When used, it was most often used as a secondary medicine during inoperable breast cancer, when other treatments failed to produce the desired effect. The dosage used for this application would be up to 10 mg per day, which caused significant virilization among patients. GP Bolasterone is generally not recommended for women to perform physical exercises or increase efficiency because of its very strong nature and propensity to produce virilizing side effects.