What is Primobolan (Methenolone)?
Primobolan (Methenolone) is considered a fairly weak steroid. Its anabolic/androgenic ratings are low and it’s one of the weakest steroids on paper; though, it is stronger than masteron. Since masteron is always related to cutting cycles, on paper primo should gain credibility as a cutting steroid.
Do I inject primobolan or take it orally?
Currently, there are two forms of primo on the market. The first, and most popular, version is enanthate, which is an injectable form. It comes in an oil based solution in ampules or multi-use vials. The second version is acetate, which is an oral 1-methylated version. Both esters have benefits and drawbacks.
What are the side effects of primobolan?
Just like with other steroids, primo is suppressive. The rumors about primo being safe enough not to require post cycle therapy (PCT) are completely false. Scientific studies have shown glycoprotein hormones, the hormones responsible for FSH and LH, are decreased by almost 65% after using a small oral dose of primobolan daily. In addition, the oral version is hard on the liver, and to some degree the injectable version.
How to use Methenolone? And at what dosages?
The problem with primobolan is the price vs. results value. You need to use fairly high doses to get good results.
For men, injectable dosages should be 600-800mgs per week or higher, and oral dosages should be around 75-100mgs per day.
For women, I suggest using only oral primobolan. Around 10mgs per day seems to be a good amount to start with. You should play with the dosage but never go over 20mgs per day.