Alphabolin, popularly known as primabolan, is largely used as a base compound that can be stacked with other steroids. The main ingredient of the drug called methenolone is a dihydrotestosterone (DHT) based anabolic steroid. So, when it interacts with aromatase enzyme, it doesn’t result into formation of estrogens. Thus, it’s ideal to use to cut the formation of excess estrogen that leads to water and fat retention. For the same reason, it is popular among those users that are prone to estrogenic side-effects. The injection is generally said to have higher bioavailbility. Primabolan has been synthesized as an enanthate ester that is a long-acting compound as it tactfully succeeds in by-passing the hepatic breakdown and thus has has a higher survival rate.
Why to use
For its wide availability, Alphabolin is used in vogue as a substitute for nandrolone or boldenone for those users who don’t have any access to Deca-Durabolin or Laurabolin or Equipoise. When combined with some heavy mass steroid like testosterone and/or methandrosterone, results are almost similar. Those who are willing to discontinue its use after a while can have amazing results by stacking it with other steroids like drostanolone, stanozolol or trenbolone. Methenolone when stacked with nandrolone yields effective results for women and beginners for the mild effects and being safe from the androgenic part.
Methenolone is preferred as injectables than orals. It’s more effective as it undergoes lesser breakdown during the body metabolism. For impressive effects, Methenolone needs to be injected 300-600mg on a weekly basis. As it easily escapes the hepatic breakdown, so have a much higher survival rate and thus a longer lasting effect.
It affects cholesterol mildly
It may cause hepatoxicity in the long run but the effect subsides gradually