Primobolan Depot Injectable Steroids On Sale


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Primobolan Depot is an injectable steroid which contains the hormone Methenolone Enanthate. This ester makes it slow acting, and thus means that injections can be less frequent. Bodybuilders using Primobolan Depot often follow a dosage schedule of two-three shots per week. Methenolone Enanthate is a very popular steroid amongst bodybuilders who are in the "cutting" phase of their training and dieting.

Primobolan Depot is very mild in its nature and seems to work exceptionally well with calorie restricted diets. It will not aromatize in the body, therefore estrogenic side effects such as bloat should not be a concern. Bodybuilders with reasonably low bodyfat will notice an increase in definition and lean muscle mass.

Primobolan Depot is also a very popular "bridging" steroid, meaning that bodybuilders sometimes use a steady dose of it in between their regular cycles to keep the body in a more anabolic state that natural, but while not keeping natural testosterone shut down as harshly as some other steroids will do. Those looking to use Primobolan Depot in a cycle might stack it with a low dose of a testosterone and an oral such as Stanozolol or Oxandrolone. Primobolan Depot is also a very popular steroid with women bodybuilders where it's low androgenic properties and mild nature makes it a very safe choice for them to use. Male bodybuilders often use Primobolan Depot in a dose of 300-800 mg a week, anywhere from 8-16wks.

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