Parabolin – an injectable anabolic steroid, it is the leader of the anabolic power. Its effect is many times greater than the working capacity of testosterone and nandrolone. The active drug, Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate is from “veterinary origin” as it was previously used to increase the appetite, and muscle of cattle.
The effects of Parabolin
- Increases muscle mass
- It improves strength
- It affects increase the level of insulin-like growth factor (also known as IGF or somatomedin) 200%
- It promotes fat burning, both independently and by stimulating the secretion of IGF
- Lowers cortisol levels
- Increases libido during the cycle but provides significant drop after the cycle (if hCG is not used during the cycle)
Post-cycle therapy (PCT) with tamoxifen or clomiphene citrate, and after a cycle of trenbolone is obligatory.
The recommended dosage of Tren Hex is 150-300mg per week (divided into several stages during the week), for 6-8 consecutive weeks. That is enough to increase strength and dry mass, but the risk of side effects is low.
Trenbolone is most often used in mass building cycles. Parabolan is a strong steroid, therefore, users are advised to keep a Parabolan cycle log to keep track of their intake of the steroid and their progress with the drug.
During drying, Parabolan is combined with stanozolol or Primobolan, it removes the excess water and gives hardness to the muscles. Nandrolone or boldenone are added to Parabolan cycle if dry weight is necessary. For simply more growth of muscle mass, Parabolin is combined with testosterone, oxymetholone (Anadrol), or methandienone (Dianabol).
Side effects of Parabolin
Parabolan does not aromatize in the body, as it does not have estrogenic activity. Trenbolone is similar to the progesterone receptor. This may lead to side effects of a progestogenic nature, e.g., the halt of the production of natural testosterone and an increase in body fat. Progestins also affect the increase in the stimulating effect of estrogen in breast tissue growth plan (in this case, anti-progestins should be used – cabergoline). There is a strong interaction that gynecomastia may be caused among progestins, while not increasing the levels of estrogen. The use of anti-estrogens can reduce gynecomastia caused by progestogenic AAS. Progestin side effects may be increased if taken in parallel to aromatizing agents.
Trenbolone is referred to as an anabolic, but the risk of androgenic side effects is present. This may be oily skin, acne, or hair growth on the body and face. These are only caused by high doses. Women should be reminded of the possible effects of AAS virilization. This may be a deepening of the voice, irregular periods, change in skin texture, facial hair growth, and clitoral enlargement. Parabolin does not react with 5a-reductase, so its androgenic effects cannot be lessened by combining it with finasteride or dutasteride.