Tags : harm prevention

Semaglutide (Ozempic) – The holy grail of fat loss?

Initially approved by the FDA back in 2017 for controlling type II diabetes in adults, semaglutide is a drug that belongs to the group of the GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide 1) analogues. This group of substances has the ability to mimic the body’s response after eating a meal, including feeling full, as well as regulating insulin […]Read More

Bloodwork – What to look for

  If you’re willing to start a cycle, the best advice in theory is to look for a doctor to help you with it. Sounds easy, but in practice not many doctors are willing to aid in the task of making sure you do the least damage to your body while using PEDs. If you’re […]Read More

Post-injection pain. Why it may occur and how to avoid it

Post-injection pain, or PIP, generally speaking is the pain experienced after taking an intramuscular shot of a certain substance, in our case a mixture of a hormone salt, any concentration of solvent, preservatives/antiseptics, and a carrier. Most of the pain is caused when carrier and solvents are absorbed by the body and the crystals are […]Read More

Short cycles: why you should consider them

In practical terms, any use of supraphysiological hormones for an amount of time between 2 to 6 weeks can be considered a short cycle. Now you may have heard throughout your whole life that anything below 8 or 10 weeks is a waste of time and gear, but in reality, there are a few cases […]Read More