It’s obvious the toy_amazon person has, in fact, NOT done any research on clen. If the use of the words “meatheads” and “bro science” in the context of the exchange didn’t tip her hand enough, the silly little quoted conversation containing her “advice” above seems to be a microcosm of what happens in the real world all the time regarding steroids (clenbuterol is not a steroid, btw, as that seems to be unclear above): A conversation begins in which person A mentions thinking about researching or perhaps even eventually trying a certain drug. Person B, adopting a haughty, knowledgeable, overtly judgmental demeanor, proceeds to attack the person with a melodramatic, emotional diatribe, usually attacking person A’s character because person B is not actually informed enough to elucidate exactly why the drug in question is wrong. From this point, persons C through Z, being equally ignorant and sensing the status of an Alpha Male or female in their midst, jump to the aid of person B, effectively drowning out any rational argument or facts to the counter. These conversations are then passed on as “knowledge” by persons C through Z, person B walks away no more knowledgeable, but feeling superior, and person A has learned to not to ask questions, but will probably still experiment with said drugs, only now she will do so from an uninformed position, and is actually in MORE danger than she was before the initial conversation ever took place.
Are you reading this, toy_amazon? You are part of the problem!
Now, I happen to think taking clen IS stupid, but my reasoning has to do with the fact that, after having used it, I absolutely despise the feelings of jitters and anxiety that use of this drug entails. However, this alone will keep most users from using too much, and receptor down-regulation happens so quickly with clen that the drug is rendered pretty well ineffective after a couple of weeks. Also I have never found its fat-burning effects to be anything astounding, and personally opt for an ephedrine/caffeine/aspirin stack or, yes, good old HOT-ROX instead.
Second, just buying an “OTC fat burner!” has ACTUALLY led to irreparable damage to health and even death:
So, as a matter of fact, toy_amazon, your advice here is actually MORE DANGEROUS to this girl than if you had just kept your mouth shut about subjects upon which you are obviously ill-informed.
Finally, while I agree with the idea that getting your training and diet in order should be a top priority, in this case, suggesting an OTC fat burner but NOT clen seems just silly and a little ironic. They’re both stimulants. I see no problem with getting your training and diet in order AND using a stimulant to accelerate the process of fat loss, and obviously toy_amazon does too. Only she has this emotional hang-up about clen and has decided, much like so many of the ill-informed masses, to go off on a high-and-mighty diatribe, railing against some girl who has a genuine curiosity to know the truth, and to shut down all further conversation on the matter.
What a shame.