EQ is created by chemically bonding the Boldenone hormone structure to a undecylenate ester, making the Boldenone into a raw material like syrup. The oily Boldenone Undecylenate can be mixed with sterile oil or a solvent like benzyl alcohol. This creates an oil based suspension that is then injectable directly into the muscle. EQ is versatile enough to be used for both bulking and cutting cycles. With cutting the EQ is stacked with Winstrol and Trenbolone and during bulking is stacked with testosterone and Dianabol (Enanthate or Cypionate). It is recommended that you use cycle aids during an EQ run, both N2Guard and Cardarine. Additionally, Arimidex or Aromasin, both Aromatase inhibitors, are necessary with Boldenone Undecylenate. Either, but not both Arimidex or Aromasin.
It could be argued that aromatization is a non-issue, as an . could always be employed to counter estrogen conversion. This is true, but I believe there is a simpler way to go about it. In my opinion, the ideal pre-contest MPD cycle should consist of a low dose of testosterone propionate (150-200 mg/week), as at least some estrogen is needed to maintain a healthy looking skin tone. This should be combined with 2-3 other anabolics; preferably 1-2 oral anabolics and 1-2 injectables anabolics. Some good examples of orals include: Anavar, Epistane, and Turinabol. As for injectables, most people usually find the following drugs to be compatible: Primo, Boldenone, and Dihydroboldenone (1-testosterone).
Resistance to ketoconazole has been observed in a number of clinical fungal isolates, including Candida albicans . Experimentally, resistance usually arises as a result of mutations in the sterol biosynthesis pathway. Defects in the sterol 5-6 desaturase enzyme reduce the toxic effects of azole inhibition of the 14-alpha demethylation step. Multidrug-resistance (MDR) genes can also play a role in reducing cellular levels of the drug. As azole antifungals all act at the same point in the sterol pathway, resistant isolates are normally cross-resistant to all members of the azole family.