Boladrol is considered one the most potent prohormones on the market.

If you're looking for rapid mass gains, Boladrol is no-doubt one of the top 3 contenders alongside Mutation-X (SD Matrix/Trenavar) and M-Sten (Methylstenbolone).

Boladrol is a methylated prohormone with a long and chequered history. Anyone running this prohormone should take at high-quality liver support supplement and a strict PCT protocol (add a SERM to your PCT if you can).

Like many other anabolic-androgenic steroids, Boladrol was designed for veterinary use. In the past, it's had a bunch of different names like Methosarb, Bolasterone and Myagen.

Prohormones: Boladrol

What does Boladrol Do?

Boladrol is a powerful anabolic agent. Its active effect is similar to the one caused by our own naturally occurring hormone testosterone, essentially this means building strength, muscle mass and stamina. However, because Boladrol is considerably more potent than testosterone, the effects are amplified thus allowing the body to develop huge increases in strength and endurance. It achieves this by binding with the body's androgen receptors which helps stimulate the growth of muscle tissue.

Some users have reported gains in the region of 10/15% in terms of muscle growth after using Boladrol for only a few weeks and its effects on fat loss are similarly impressive.

Boladrol History

Boladrol, in one form or another, has been around since the late '50s and was initially developed as a veterinary drug. These days, however, it is very common to find it around the gym.

Boladrol Dosage

Boladrol is a strong compound and should only be taken in shorter cycles at lower doses and it should never be stacked with any other prohormones.

The recommended entry level dose is 2mg, rising to 4mg or 6mg depending on your tolerance, Even if you'd describe yourself as a seasoned prohormone user, Boladrol is not for the faint of heart.

Caution

Boladrol is uncommonly potent, users should be aware that in addition to the typical side effects associated with prohormones Boladrol can cause liver damage with relative ease and cycles should, therefore, be restricted to 4 weeks maximum, followed by a PCT (Post-Cycle Therapy)

Boladrol Side Effects

If used without liver support and PCT, you may increase your risk of liver damage, or the following potential side-effects:

  • Lightheadedness
  • Mood swings
  • Acne and related skin conditions
  • Water retention
  • Hair loss/excess growth
  • Nausea

Boladrol Benefits

As you'd expect from a popular prohormone, there are a few reasons to risk taking it and these include increased mass and muscle gain alongside accelerated fat loss.

Unlike other prohormones, Boladrol is relatively androgenic and therefore low maintenance when it comes to estrogen production. As a result, there's less estrogen associated downsides like lactation, tender nipples and the dreaded gyno or man-boobs.

That said, because of its supposed strength it's not recommended for women or younger users.

In conclusion

Boladrol is up there with some of the strongest prohormones and should therefore only be taken responsibly by experienced users who know what they are doing. It's a tough and often brutal drug but one which is known to produce dramatic effects in relatively short periods of time. Make sure before even considering Boladrol that your liver is healthy and functioning and always prepare your liver support supplements to reduce the risk of side effects.