FYI: If you’re determined to go the oral only route, then I highly recommend that you do what a friend of mine recently did and use the 10-mg-a-day of Dianabol route. Just Google the key words entitled, “Using dianabol as a supplement”, and get the specifics.
Long story short, this guy was a life long natural bb, for almost 17 years, and even competed and placed in several local shows. His cycle was 10 weeks long (maybe a tad longer, I don’t remember the specifics on the exact cycle length), and he was on exactly 10 mg a day (in the morning), and visually it made a world of difference in his appearance. He credits his cycle with a 12 lb lean weight gain, though it looks substantially more that with vascularity and some very pronounced strength gains. It’s been two and half months since he finished this cycle, and his strength and weight increase (from what I’ve seen), from what I observed, haven’t gone away.
The best part though was his recent physical; he experienced no apparent HPTA shutdown (from his blood work), no elevated liver enzymes, no blood pressure increase and estrogen related side effects. Best of all, his lipids stayed the same.
Note: That last part really surprised me, and being a life long natural myself I have to say it sounds all too tempting. The cycle that you proposed (by comparison) may be more effective, but will almost certainly murder your HDL. Not even close to worth it IMO.
Anyway, just thought I would share that one with you. Best of luck and stay safe![/quote]
That sounds very interesting. From what I’ve learned different people react very differently to dbol only cycles but this is the first time I have heard of anyone using it as a supplement.
I’m guessing it’s implied that there was no form of pct involved/no need for it. Any liver support supps?
To the OP, I am still an AAS virgin for now but from the vast amount of research I’ve done, the overwhelming verdict is if you’re going to do it, do it properly. And for good reason I believe