Substance: Boldenone Undecylenate
Maxigan, or boldenone undecylenate, is a favorite veterinary steroid
of many athletes. Its effects are strongly anabolic, and only
moderately androgenic. By itself, Maxigan will provide a steady
and consistent gain in mass and strength. However, best results
are achieved when Maxigan is used in conjunction with other steroids.
For mass, Maxigan stacks exceptionally well with Anadrol (oxymetholone),
Dianabol (methandrostenlone), or an injectable testosterone like
Sustanon 250. Maxigan is also highly effective for contest preparation
since it aromatizes very poorly. Muscle hardness and density can
be greatly improved when Maxigan is combined with Parabolan (trenbolone
hexahydrobencylcarbonate), Halotestin (fluoxymesterone), or Winstrol
(stanozolol). Average dosages of Maxigan are 200-400 mg per week.
Injections are usually taken every other day. Since Maxigan is
only available in a 25 or 50 mg/ml version, voluminous injections
may become a problem. If high volume injections are made too frequently
to the same injection site, an oil abscess may form. An oil abscess
will often dissipate on its own, but in extreme instances, a doctor
will need to drain it. Therefore, athletes should take caution
and rotate injection sites. Maxigan is not readily available on
the US black market, but it can be found. One of the more popular
versions is Ganabol from Laboratorios V.M. in Middle and South
America. It is mostly seen in 50 ml vials, but is also available
in 10, 100, and 250 ml versions. Ganabol comes in a brown glass
vial with a green label. 50 mg/ml versions will have a large "50"
on the label. There are no counterfeits of Ganabol. The World
Anabolic Review estimates the price of Ganabol to be $8 per ml.
This price was probably overestimated. A more typical price is
about $4-$6 per ml.