1-Testosterone, commonly referred to as dihydroboldenone (DHB), is a powerful anabolic steroid known for its remarkable muscle-building capabilities. This potent compound is a 5-alpha reduced form of boldenone (Equipoise) and structurally resembles I.PRIMA (primobolan/methenolone), differing primarily in the absence of the 1-methyl group which enhances oral bioavailability in steroids.
I.DHB showcases a strong anabolic profile, roughly twice as potent as testosterone propionate, with moderate androgenic properties, making it a highly sought-after choice among bodybuilders aiming for significant muscle gains without excessive water retention or harsh side effects.
Oily solution for intramuscular injection.
- Known or suspected carcinoma of the prostate or breast
- Hypersensitivity to the active substance or excipients
- High blood calcium levels
- Keep away from children
- Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight
- Store at room temperature
- Do not use after the expiry date
- Anabolic Activity: 200%
- Androgenic Activity: 30%
- Aromatization: Absent
- Progestin Activity: Likely present
- Toxicity: Moderate, with potential liver toxicity noted in some cases
- Enhanced muscle growth and strength
- Increased red blood cell production
- Promotes fat loss
- No water retention
- Thermogenic properties
- Androgenic Effects: Oily skin, acne, body/facial hair growth, male pattern hair loss.
- Virilization in Women
- Cholesterol Impact
- Mild Liver Toxicity
Recommended working doses
100-400 mg per week in cycles lasting 6-12 weeks. At this dosage, DHB is effective in enhancing muscle mass growth with minimal side effects. It’s important to note that DHB, due to its distinct properties, does not necessarily require the concurrent use of testosterone to be effective.
400-600 mg per week. Increasing the dosage beyond 600 mg per week may lead to numerous side effects that are difficult to control. Users should be aware of potential increases in estradiol and prolactin-related side effects. However, unlike certain other steroids, DHB does not typically convert to estradiol via the aromatase enzyme, potentially altering how these side effects manifest.