If you want to get huge, take what the pros take. A shitload of test (1g+/wk), tren and deca as needed. Add in insulin and GH. Hope that you don’t fucking die. I can tell you, from years of training with pros and helping them work their supplement/drug stacks, they aren’t taking any of this shit (with the exception of M1T when it was available, that shit was rocket fuel, but also hell on your body). The real secret to “HUGE” is insulin, it’s not some shit that you can buy OTC, trust me. And notice, there are no links or ads in my article, I’ve got nothing to gain except for helping people not waste money on supplements that don’t work, or get sick/fucked up by shit that’s dangerous. Not saying that is the case with this drug, it may be fine, but, problem is, nobody really knows. And running this drug without a testosterone base will fuck you up, guarantee it; you’ll be chemically castrated by drugs like this when you don’t add in test. Just look up “deca dick” for some stories of guys who ran steroids without a testosterone base. Nothing like being 225 with veins if your scalp showing but not being able to get it up to really impress the ladies.
Hey sara your website is amazing and the artical is usefull . But right now i need some help from you as you have knowledge and experiance . I just completed a 10 week test Prop and Test E mixed cycle and after 5 days of last shootbof my last test prop, i started PCT . I took 100mg clomid Every Day AND 40Mg nolva for first week . Will it be enough dose if i take 50mg clomid and nolva 20mg for second week ?? Am kind of worried because my balls are not recovering and this is my first time after came of steroids and it is not feelinh good. Should i go for hCG or will they recover slowly??Also will there be any problem if i skip one dose because am taking another medication for a condition of skin related. My brain is about to blast with these hundered kind of questions. please help me seriously need your help
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