Did you read those DNP links? The first one says risks include death, then fancy terms for increased body temperature, heart rate, breathing and sweating. Death is only a risk if you take too much, a problem for most drugs and even non-drugs like water, and you would have to be a moron to overdose on DNP. The rest are common sense effects of increasing your metabolism. The second study even says "No obvious poisoning sequelae were found in the three-month follow-up." The "scary" risks are all short term due to overdosing, with the possible exception of cataracts.
The third link: "It was soon taken off the market due to adverse effects including cataracts, liver failure, agranulocytosis, and death." Cataracts are very rare and simple to fix (my mom at 61 has 20/15 vision after getting new lenses). Liver failure and agranulocytosis are both due to the rapid oxidation of fat and the difficulty of ridding the body of the free radicals because they accumulate so fast (because you're losing fat so fast). There are supplements to take that mitigate this and blood work should be monitored to make sure liver enzymes and white blood cells are normal. Death is not a risk if following prescribed dosages...
So yes if you take too much DNP there are acute risks including death. For those of us who aren't fucking idiots the long term effects are overstated and comparable if not safer than other drugs commonly used. There are studies that show it combats cancer and has other positive effects btw..
I'm really tired of the forum bro advice about DNP OMG DANGEROUS as if it's any riskier than other drugs when used responsibly. But yes if abused the consequences aren't just poor health down the road but possibly immediate death. To me that means don't abuse it like a dumbass, not to avoid it altogether, especially since it is the best fat burner by far.
I did DNP continuously for 6 weeks and lost over 30 lbs of FAT. It is a miracle drug. My blood work and health markers are all normal. No negative long term effects. I recommend it to anyone who takes the proper precautions and gradually increases the dosage to tolerance
No experience with superdrol so I won't comment.