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.
Equipoise is not an ideal steroid for the drug tested athlete however. This drug has the tendency to produce detectable metabolites in the urine months after use, a worry most commonly associated with Deca-Durabolin. This is of course due to the high oil solubility of long chain esterified injectable steroids, a property which enables the drug to remain deposited in fatty tissues for extended periods of time. While this will reliably slow the release of steroid into the blood stream, it also allows small residual amounts to remain present in the body far after the initial injection. The release of stubborn stores of hormone would no doubt also be enhanced around contest time, a period when the athlete drastically attempts to mobilize unwanted body fat. If enough were used in the off-season, the athlete may actually fail a drug screen for boldenone although many months may have past since the drug was last injected.