Is Boldenone Liver Toxic in Humans ?
A part of the challenge that Laymen like myself have when supporting our beliefs with evidence regarding the Toxicity of Drugs that have never been Approved for Human Use is providing “evidence” that others will accept as ” proof points”
In 1970 20 Human subjects where given graded dosage of Boldenone ( Parenabol ) for the Treatment of Osteoporosis ( one of the indications of use of Trenbolone BTW )
Bromsulphalein (BSP) retention was measured before and at the end of the period of treatment in 12 cases
In this exception, SGOT levels rose from 28 units/100 ml to 84 units/100 ml after 10 injections. When treatment ceased, the SGOT level in this individual returned slowly to normal over the next two months. BSP retention was 1 percent before treatment and 6 percent when treatment ended; the patient felt well throughout.
Now I am fully prepared to accept that this degree of BSP retention might not be considered “statisically significant” in all but 3 cases.. 3 cases out of 12, only 25 percent of patients, but and note this, we are talking about 25mg here, not 250mg not 2500mg, 25 mg.
Boldenone every 14 days here, ie 12.5mg a week.
So either you can see the thread I am pulling on or not here
Wow just 12.5mg every week was enough ” to make the needle move” or you cant.. and if you cant you cant that is ok with me.
But IMO you must consider all the evidence we have in totality, everything.
For me at least if 12.5mg a week of Boldenone is enough to make the needle move, how well does that bode for 800mg a week ?