Of concern to any user of Winstrol during a cycle should be its intoxicating effect on the liver . The drug is a 17aa structured steroid , meaning it has been structured in a way which allows it to be orally bio-available, yet this has the negative effect of making Winstrol potentially harmful to the liver. It is therefore paramount the duration of a Winstrol cycle is limited, the dose of the drug is not excessive, the user does not stack it with other hepatotoxic compounds, does not drink alcohol whilst on cycle, and does not use Winstrol if they have an underlying medical condition which effects the livers health. There are supplements available which also help protect the liver (Milk Thistle, Liv-52 etc), and these would be advisable during any Winstrol cycle .
Realize that there are two orals in this dieting regimen. This is just an example. You can pick any number of combos. Just be sure to give it thought by way of drug mechanism of action, and interaction (synergy) as we’ve said before. The above example is a great cutting regimen for general purposes. Two orals ran together at a sane dosage for ten weeks once or twice a year should be fine on your liver, as long as you are respecting your liver the rest of the year. I am not talking about those who go out drinking three nights a week while trying to get lean. If you are going to do this at all, reserve your liver for filtering drugs that have a purpose. Remember that this is hypothetical and for information purposes only.
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