thanks for the ideas mate. really appreciate it. curious though, why add an anti histamine to a cycle?
and yeah, a standard test+tren cycle would be similar to the one you have outlined above. I’ve been asking specifically on tren as that is the compound I intend to try on my next cycle. I’ve already run two 10 week cycles of straight test e, the first one at 250mg e3d and the other one at 250mg m/w/f. results were similar both times but definitely had more sides on the second run. for example, I never had a problem with acne at all the first time. only had the odd bump on the back and chest which went away just as fast. second time, my back was full of it, with a decent amount on my lower chest/torso. recovery was good on both, but better on the second. probably because i used nolva on the second pct instead of clomid.
i’ve read that tren would exert more sides since its suppose to be 500% more androgenic than test. plus, with the recent threads about how low test cycles coupled with tren helps alleviate sides, i was thinking of giving that a go. also, knowing how suppresive tren is, i’ve been considering ways to to achieve the quickest recovery. hence the initial idea of 2wks on/off. but on further reading, it would appear that the best way to run tren would be about 6-8 weeks. thus the idea to add hcg into the mix now.
edit: just realised that the reason you add an antihistamine is for the down regulation of the beta receptors due to clen use no? i’ve always read reccomendations to use benadryl, which i’ve just come to know is an antihistamine. does this mean any kind of antihistamine would serve the purpose?