Tags : Testosterone

Nattokinase: a supplement you should be taking

The use of Anabolic Steroids and other PEDs leads to an increase in blood thickness. This is extremely dangerous, as it causes an increase in blood pressure that can cause dizziness, headaches, nosebleeds and other annoying side-effects short-term, but also cardiac hypertrophy and even deadly cardiovascular events in the long run. Donating blood during and/or […]Read More

How Do AAS Affect Collagen Synthesis?

What is collagen? Collagen is a protein that makes up the body’s connective tissues. In other words, Collagen is the very fabric of tissues like the skin, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and even bone. As you can imagine, having optimal collagen synthesis is key to having strong bones, silky smooth skin, and resistant tendons and ligaments, […]Read More

Are Dianabol-only cycles possible?

Running oral only cycles has always been looked down upon in the enhanced bodybuilding community. Apart from very mild SARMs like Ostarine and S-4, it is always recommended to stack SARMs and oral AAS with a proper Testosterone Base. However, what if I told you that Dianabol is an exception to this rule? Even though […]Read More

Make your PCT or cruise more fun

One of the things people fear the most when doing Post-Cycle Therapy or cruising is losing their gains. This is not really an issue if a solid PCT or Cruising protocol is followed, but some people still want to go the extra way to ensure they keep every single gram of lean muscle they gained […]Read More

Post-finasteride syndrome: myth or reality?

Post-Finasteride Syndrome (PFS) is a term used to describe a set of persistent side effects that some individuals experience after discontinuing the use of Finasteride. Finasteride is a prescription drug used to treat hair loss and an enlarged prostate in men. It works by inhibiting the conversion of Testosterone to Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the main hormone […]Read More

C-reactive protein (CRP): The silent killer

C-reactive protein (CRP) is a substance produced by the liver in response to inflammation in the body. CRP is a type of acute phase protein, which means that its production is rapidly increased in response to tissue injury, infection, or inflammation. CRP is often used as a biomarker to monitor disease activity, assess the effectiveness […]Read More

Truth about Test Flu

“Test flu” is a term used to describe a set of symptoms that are sometimes experienced by individuals who are taking AAS, particularly Testosterone. The condition is characterized by flu-like symptoms, including fatigue, fever, muscle aches, joint pain, and headache. The onset of test flu typically occurs within a few days of starting anabolic steroid […]Read More

The Impact of Steroid Use on Fertility: Exploring the Connections

Steroids, commonly known for their performance-enhancing properties, have gained significant attention in various domains. However, the effects of steroid use on fertility remain a subject of concern and scientific investigation. This article aims to delve into the relationship between steroid use and fertility, exploring the potential consequences and highlighting the importance of understanding this complex […]Read More