Q: My training partner claims to be getting 300 mg/ml Winstrol. I have seen it only up to about 150 mg/ml – is this possible or is he full of it?
A: Yes, it’s possible, but you may not be able to shoot it at that high a concentration, unless it’s Winstrol Depot.
But the veterinary form is far too concentrated with crystals that would be impossible to shoot in anything but a LOW gauge needle that would injure you. Oil-based drugs tend to be able to harbor more mg/ ml than water based AAS, so it’s unlikely. It’s not that he’s lying, but dealers are getting cut-throat these days in trying to market their goods.
Also, water based drugs are short-acting, so by that very nature, having it be in that high a concentration would make it longer acting. As I said, the only form of Winstrol that might make that possible is the human depot form and I still doubt it. But when he gets it, and you have a testing source, get it tested.
Q: Does Clenbuterol decrease or aid endurance?
A: Does Clenbuterol decrease or aid in endurance? Well, that’s quite an interesting question because in some ways, people’s first response would be to say, “Are you nuts?” But I do see where you may be going with this. It is incorrect to say that Clen descreases endurance, because you only have to look to Tour de France champion, Lance Armstrong, and know that’s not true in the strictest sense of the word. Of course, Armstrong won’t commit to whether or not he was actually diagnosed with asthma (probably exercise induced asthma – EIA) to justify his legal use of it or whether it was a justified performance enhancing tool. Some think, definitely.
The problem is, the very effect that healthy people who don’t have asthma seek from this drug is increased energy and endurance, as well as fat burning. But, the thing that may happen because of too high a dose (and most bodybuilders err here) is that they feel incapacitated and overwhelmed within the central nervous system. The stimulant effect that is supposed to drive you, can also incapacitate you as well.
Its beta-2 elements, salmeterol and salbutamol can also exert negative side effects if the dose is too high. So it can be a wonder drug or a real hindrance to performance, based on dose. Also, endurance is a funny thing… you want some endurance, but do you want ultimate endurance in your sport? How long do you want to be on the treadmill or elliptical trainer? Sometimes Clen gives you so much energy and endurance, you make poor choices for time in cardio that can interfere with muscle retention.
Q: Hey, two questions actually… (I’m greedy and they’re short)… First off, I ordered some gear and it’s been super cold where I live. I vial of oil based AAS (don’t like to incriminate myself by saying) arrived supposedly arrived to a mailbox I use 2 days ago and I couldn’t get around to getting it. When I did, it was 22 degrees out and the oil was almost solid (not frozen, just solid). Will the temperature affect the potency and the expiration? Then, is it okay to take Prevacid with D-Bol? I get painful heartburn from D-Bol and was wondering if OTC drugs like this would reduce the effectiveness of D-Bol.
A: First, the cold weather won’t affect the gear, provided it didn’t freeze or expand out of the seal of the vial. It’s not a good idea to expose it to changes between heat and cold, but cold in and of itself is not a bad thing. I wouldn’t put your gear in the freezer, but in the ‘fridge is okay. So, in other words, in the mailbox for a day or two in the cold weather is not that big a deal. It was likely in wrapping and packing gear that kept it insulated. As for the heartburn, yes, you can take it. Some report that oral OTC heartburn meds and prescription oral heartburn meds do nothing to quell the heartburn they get from AAS. It depends on your system. Try more than one product to see.
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