OXYGENSLAB DHP 125
OXYGENSLAB DHP 125(125MG/ML DIHYDROBOLDENONE=10ML)
What Is DHB?
DHB is a synthetic androstane steroid and a derivative of dihydrotestosterone (DHT).
It is more commonly known as the 5-alpha reduced metabolite of Boldenone (Equipoise).
Just like how Testosterone interacts with 5-alpha reductase to produce dihydrotestosterone (DHT), Boldenone 5-alpha reduces into DHB (Dihydroboldenone).
Among many using this hormone in a performance enhancing context, it is reported to be formidable to Trenbolone in regards to muscle building potential, but with a more favorable side-effect profile.
Advocates of Dihydroboldenone claim that it is twice as strong as Testosterone.
This claim is typically based on the premise that DHB features an anabolic to androgenic ratio of 200/100.
Thus, it is implied to be twice as tissue selective as Testosterone, milligram for milligram.
Unlike its parent hormone, DHB features no estrogenic effects, which is seen as a desirable trait among those seeking efficacious steroids to use in conjunction with Testosterone
Boldenone (Equipoise) Vs DHB (Dihydroboldenone)
Boldenone (Equipoise) is a derivative of Testosterone that was created by adding a double-bond between carbon atoms one and two.
This bond dramatically slows aromatization and makes the steroid a poor substrate for 5-alpha reductase.
While Boldenone is a substrate for 5-alpha reductase and can be converted into DHB, the amount converted by even a high dose of Boldenone is not substantial.
Although Boldenone inherently has strong anabolic effects and moderate androgenic effects, DHB is perceived by many in the bodybuilding community as the superior hormone in a muscle building context.
Mega-dosing EQ in order to try and achieve moderate serum concentrations of DHB is a strategy that has been deployed by many bodybuilders in the past.
Due to the parent hormone Equipoise being such a poor substrate for 5-alpha reductase, an increasing number of bodybuilders have started to simply opt to use straight DHB instead.