History and Overview of Rus Bio Parabolan
Parabolan is the brand name and trade name for the anabolic steroid Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate, commonly and informally abbreviated as Tren Hex or Trenbolone Hex. It is a longer acting esterified variant of the anabolic steroid Trenbolone, which is the most popular in the form of Trenbolone Acetate (a much faster acting esterified variant of Trenbolone). The Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate ester extends Trenbolone’s half-life to the extent of approximately 14 days rather than 3 days, which is the half-life of Trenbolone Acetate. Trenbolone in both formats saw very brief periods of use as an approved medical drug for human use, as Trenbolone Acetate was marketed for a brief time during the 1980s as Finajet and Finaject before being pulled from the market and disapproved for human use circa 1987. Parabolan was deemed more suitable for human use during its run on the prescription drug market due to its longer acting and slower releasing properties than Trenbolone Acetate, making it much more suitable and comfortable for clinical and medical use with less frequent injections required as a result. Trenbolone itself, no matter the ester attached to it, is known as the most powerful conventionally available anabolic steroid in use by athletes and bodybuilders today.
Trenbolone itself was first unveiled, tested, and published in 1967 by Roussel-UCLAF. At this time, Trenbolone Acetate was unveiled, which was the prototypical fast acting Trenbolone ester, as well as Trenbolone Undecanoate, which was the very first long acting Trenbolone ester. Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate was created in France as a French variant of a long-acting Trenbolone compound. The hexahydrobenzylcarbonate ester granted Trenbolone almost the exact same half-life as the decanoate ester, as they were very similar. Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate was then picked up by Negma Laboratories in France, which then marketed Tren Hex under the trade name Parabolan on the prescription drug market. It was also sold under the name of Hexabolan, which was lesser known at the time. Trenbolone in the form of Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate (sold as Parabolan) was the only variant of Trenbolone that was officially manufactured and approved for human use. Although Trenbolone Acetate was briefly marketed as Finajet and Finaject for human use, its run as a human grade medicine was very short and brief.
Side Effects of Rus Bio Parabolan
Rus Bio Parabolan is not what we’d call the most side effect friendly anabolic steroid. Side effects of Rus Bio Parabolan are undoubtedly possible, but they are often blown way out of proportion. This is a common practice by those who hold to an anti-steroid sentiment, but in the case of the side effects of Rus Bio Parabolan it’s often steroid users who are the biggest offenders. This steroid will carry some very common possible steroid side effects. However, it will also carry a few that while possible tend to be a bit unique to the Trenbolone hormone. Such effects are highly dependent on response. Dose can play a role but response is the primary factor. Because these effects will be pronounced strongly many have begun to inaccurately assume that their Trenbolone is no good if such effects do not occur. This is an insane way of thinking. Others assume the steroid should not be used unless you have years of anabolic steroid experience. Again, this is insane thinking. If you are a poor responder you’ll be a poor responder in your first year of steroid use or your twentieth. In order to understand the side effects of Rus Bio Parabolan, we have separated them into their respected categories along with everything you need to know.
Rus Bio Parabolan does not aromatize and carries no estrogenic activity. However, estrogenic side effects are still possible with this steroid due to a strong progestin nature. Water retention will not be a concern, but gynecomastia will be possible in some men depending on sensitivity. While there is no estrogenic activity, progesterone has the ability to simulate the estrogenic mechanism in the mammary tissue leading to gynecomastia. In order to protect from such action, some men may need an anti-estrogen medication, but many will be fine without it. Again, sensitivity will be the primary issue.
The Trenbolone hormone is highly androgenic, and as a result, the side effects of Rus Bio Parabolan can include strong related effects. Such side effects of Rus Bio Parabolan include acne, accelerated hair loss in those predisposed to male pattern baldness and body hair growth. Such effects will be linked to genetic predispositions but they are quite possible in many men who use the hormone. To combat such side effects, some will be tempted to use a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor. However, the Trenbolone hormone is not metabolized by the 5-alpha reductase enzyme and related inhibitors will have no notable affect in reducing the androgenicity of the hormone.
Due to the androgenic nature of Rus Bio Parabolan, virilization symptoms are very possible when women supplement with this steroid. Virilization symptoms can include body hair growth, a deepening of the vocal chords and clitoral enlargement. Most women who use this steroid will experience such symptoms at some level even with low doses. It is very possible to reverse such symptoms if use is discontinued at their onset, but they will often become permanent if allowed to set in. For this reason, most women are encouraged to seek out steroids with lower virilization ratings if anabolic steroids are to be used. Such compounds commonly include Anavar (Oxandrolone) and Primobolan (Methenolone) as well as Winstrol (Stanozolol) and possibly Equipoise (Boldenone Undecylenate) at low doses.
Rus Bio Parabolan can have a notable adverse effect on cholesterol. It’s not as strong as many anabolic steroids, especially most oral steroids but it is notable enough. High blood pressure is also possible, but cholesterol will be the primary issue. For this reason a healthy lifestyle, one that is cholesterol friendly is imperative when supplementing with the Trenbolone hormone. If you already suffer from high cholesterol or blood pressure you should not use this steroid. If you are healthy enough for use, you should ensure your diet is cholesterol friendly, low in saturated fats and simple sugars and rich in omega fatty acids. You should also ensure you include plenty of cardiovascular training into your routine. Maintaining your health is very important when using anabolic steroids and it is more than possible with this steroid, but it will take some effort on your part.
All anabolic steroids suppress natural testosterone production. However, the rate of suppression varies greatly from one steroid to the next. In the case of Trenbolone the rate of suppression will be extreme. For this reason, all men who supplement with Rus Bio Parabolan are encouraged to include exogenous testosterone in their plan. Failure to include exogenous testosterone will result in a low testosterone condition. Such a condition can come with numerous bothersome symptoms that can affect your physical, mental and sexual wellbeing. Many inaccurately assume if they do not suffer from the sexually related symptoms their levels are not low, but this simply isn’t true. Further, such a condition is extremely unhealthy. Including exogenous testosterone is imperative.
Once all anabolic steroid use comes to an end, your natural testosterone production will begin again. At the conclusion of the cycle, most are encouraged to implement a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) plan. This will stimulate natural production to a greater rate and greatly reduce the overall recovery time. It will not bring your levels back to normal on its own. There’s no PCT plan on earth that can do this. However, it will improve the recovery rate and ensure you have enough testosterone for proper bodily function while your levels continue to naturally rise.
An important note, natural recovery assumes no prior existing low testosterone condition. It also assumes no severe damage was done to the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Testicular-Axis (HPTA) due to improper use or irresponsible supplementation practices.