Trenbolon fördert Neurodegeneration

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    • Trenbolon fördert Neurodegeneration

      Wer des Englischen mächtig ist, hier eine ausführliche Studie darüber, dass Tren "dumm" macht:

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    • Aber die die es betrifft werden es ja dann nicht mehr verstehen :/
      youtu.be/Fj47fuKDV9Y

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    • The largest dose used in the animal experiment was 5 mg/kg bodyweight. According to the dose conversion formula below (Chen, 1993)and the data in the previous paper presented, the equivalent injectiondose for human should be 0.85 mg/kg body weight which is muchlower than the dose injected by exercisers.
      = 85mg

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    • DagoDuck schrieb:

      The largest dose used in the animal experiment was 5 mg/kg bodyweight. According to the dose conversion formula below (Chen, 1993)and the data in the previous paper presented, the equivalent injectiondose for human should be 0.85 mg/kg body weight which is muchlower than the dose injected by exercisers.
      = 85mg
      wir sind fucked

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    • Einmalige Injektion von unverestertem Tren. Danach wurde gemessen nach x-Stunden.

      Es wurde in regelmäßigen Zeitabständen gemessen, spätestens nach 48 Stunden. Selbst dieser Zeitraum hat ausgereicht, um diesen Schaden zu verursachen...

      The ratio of 17β-trenbolone concentration in brain tissuesto that in plasma of male rats reached the highest at 12 h. The ratioat 24 h was the highest for hippocampus and 12 h for the brain(without hippocampus) in female rats (Fig. 2). The results indicatedthat 17β-trenbolone could cross both the BBB and placental barrierand could exert its effect on CNS of both adult and fetal rats. 17β-trenbolone accumulated predominantly in brain, especially in thehippocampus.

      TREN = SCARY SHIT!!
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    • Außerdem wird geschrieben, dass Testosteron hingegen eine neuroprotektive Rolle hat!



      Our results indicated that Tcould exert its neuron protection effects by resisting the cytotoxiceffects of 17β-trenbolone (Fig. 6, Fig. 7). However, when T and 17β-trenbolone were used together to treat the cells, the toxic effects of17β-trenbolone still appeared and protection function of T was reducedwhenever 17β-trenbolone was added.
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    • Also dann high Tren mit high Test und man verblödet nur leicht ;(
      youtu.be/Fj47fuKDV9Y

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    • CLS schrieb:

      Wird eh keinen von Tren abhalten, mich zu mindestens nicht haha
      Naja, bei dir ist Hopfen und Malz eh verloren :D


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    • Abgesehen von Neurodegeneration,scheint Herzversagen auf Grund der massiven Verwendung
      anaboler Steroide ein Problem im mittleren Alter zu sein.
      Gott sei Dank bin ich da schon drüber.


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      youtu.be/Fj47fuKDV9Y

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      When you push yourself to and past your previous preconceived limits on a daily basis, you learn something about your mind and soul that few in our modern time understand.
    • ich finde, wie hitman schon gesagt hat, dass das auf tren definitiv kein placebo mehr ist
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