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Tuesday 28, Feb 2012

  Trenbolone Enanthate

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If you are looking for a better legal anabolic steroid and performance enhancing drug than Parabolan, trenbolone enanthate is an excellent option for you. Also known as Tren, Tren Pimples, Tren E, Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate Cyclohexylmethylcarbonate, and Fin, this genuine steroid preparation is sold with or without a prescription on the Internet.

Trenbolone Enanthate is also popular for its ability to promote weight-loss, feed absorption, and nutrient intake in human beings. This legal anabolic steroid compound is best used at the start of a sports season and could be stacked with other potent anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs. The suggested dose of trenbolone enanthate is 75 to 100 mg per day for a highest possible period of six to eight weeks at a stretch. Trenbolone enanthate is one of the best steroids for runners, especially those in weight training, powerlifting, and mixed martial arts.

The fact that extraordinary benefits can be gained out of this lawful steroid preparation in no time and with little shots makes it a remarkable option for professional runners who are looking for a highly effective lean-mass promoter and non-aromatizing anabolic.

This genuine steroid, trenbolone enanthate, offers powerful androgenic qualities and Tren enanthate customers are suggested to consume 2-3 glasses of water at nighttime as use of this steroid ointment causes reduction of water in the body. The misuse or overdose of this steroid compound can lead to adverse reactions such as oily skin, acne, aggressive behavior, hair loss, bloating, and gynecomastia. Sportsmen with a history of unwanted estrogen formation are suggested to use antiestrogens such as Clomid, Nolvadex, and Arimidex when the steroid cycle including trenbolone enanthate is coming to an end.

Monday 23, Nov 2009

  Irish Medicine Board concerned about their citizen’s health safety

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Irish Medicine Board concerned about their citizen’s health safety  The Irish Medicine Board (IMB) is worried because a small number of Irish consumers may have bought products distributed at www.Bodybuilding.com. The agency has issued a warning regarding the dietary supplements that contained synthetic steroids.

According to IMB, anyone who is currently using the product must immediately discontinue its use. If there are any concerns or health problems arising, immediately contact your physician. Those who have extra supplies of the dietary supplements must store the products in a safe place away from children. Even suppliers were asked by IMB to contact their customers.

IMB Chief executive Pat O’Mahony said that using these steroid-containing supplements might result in adverse effects such as acute liver damage, increase risk of heart disease and strokes.

IMB has already contacted the US FDA regarding this concern. Both IMB and FDA’s concern is that the dietary supplements may contain some forms of steroids such as superdrol, madol, tren, androstenedione and turinabol.

According to bodybuilding.com, the voluntary national and international recall of their products was not due to confirmation of FDA’s concerns. Rather, it is more of a precautionary measure on their part.

O’Mahony further added that certain precautions must be exercised when purchasing products online because it may be potentially dangerous to your health.


Saturday 24, Oct 2009

  Illegal supplements continuously sold in the market

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Illegal supplements continuously sold in the marketTyrone LaRose, a 42-year-old MBA student, tried to get serious with bodybuilding and wanted to gain weight fast. He bought a supplement called Tren last fall. Had he known the substance was an anabolic steroid, he would not have touched it.

LaRose gained the weight he was looking for, going from 285 lbs to 335 lbs. He took the pills for three consecutive months, lower than the recommended dose.

However, his eyes started to look almost cat green and his complexion started showing that something was terribly wrong with him. His father brought him to the emergency room where he was diagnosed as having severe jaundice. A biopsy revealed that he had severe jaundice.

LaRose is a part of the many cases who filed a lawsuit against American Cellular Labs.

Dr. Zeid Kayali, a liver transplant from Loma Linda University Medical Center saw the amount of liver damage in a cluster of patients who have a history of taking Tren. He was so alarmed that he reported it to US FDA.

In an interview, Senator Arlen Specter said, nutritional supplements are not subjected to pre-clearance. Therefore, if ever your see products and are not sure what is in it, do a research before buying and using the product.

Thursday 27, Aug 2009

  Additional substances banned by FDA

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Additional substances banned by FDA Pro-hormones are substances that when ingested are converted by the body into anabolic hormones. They produce similar effects as that of anabolic steroids. Some of the dietary supplements present in the market today,which contain pro-hormones were Tren, Havoc and Spawn. They seemed a little harmless over anabolic steroids because they can be purchased over the counter without a doctor’s prescription, as long as you’re 18 years old and above.

Aside from giving the same effects as anabolic steroids, pro-hormones also give out the same stress level to the liver as steroids do. It can also produce the same side effects as steroids such as estrogenic effects and alteration of hormonal levels in the body.

A college football athlete shared his experience with Tren, a brand of pro-hormone. He experienced sleepless nights, excessive hunger and a severe acne case after his post-cycle therapy.

In July, pro-hormones were included in the FDA’s list of banned substances. It is now illegal to distribute but those with a hidden agenda would always find a way to obtain it.

High school and college coaches like Gary Ekegren, head man at Missoula Big Sky, hopes the ban could lead to decreased use of pro-hormones in young athletes.

According to the Missoulian:

Bulking up has always been a part of football, but some athletes have been using banned substances to achieve their goals. Pro-hormone, a substance with effects similar to steroids, was recently banned by the FDA.