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1/9/12 5:08 PM
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sillypants
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Folks,

I see ads all the time, but for every review i see, i also see bad reviews of long-term effects from liver problems to joint pain to nerve damage.

Is there any "on the edge of legal" non-steroid that's safe to take, but shows results?

I know, I know, not interested in hearing "just train" or "you don't need anything". Of course I don't NEED anything - My goal is to actively experiment with what's possible with my body, without any long-term detrimental effects.

Thanks much.
1/16/12 6:35 PM
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sillypants - Folks,

I see ads all the time, but for every review i see, i also see bad reviews of long-term effects from liver problems to joint pain to nerve damage.

Is there any "on the edge of legal" non-steroid that's safe to take, but shows results?

I know, I know, not interested in hearing "just train" or "you don't need anything". Of course I don't NEED anything - My goal is to actively experiment with what's possible with my body, without any long-term detrimental effects.

Thanks much.
There are currenly no supplements which can help you experiment with your body which are 'non-steroid' with 'steroid-like' effects.

I'd be especially cautious with supplement that have 'super' names, have a huge list of (mostly herbal) ingredients, or don't say at all what is in them.

There's a reason for this. If there was anything then it would be all over the OG/UG.

But, being that is true there are some things which taken at the right time, in the right conditions can act as 'releasing' substances, releasing more of your own substances. Arginine in the right doses with an empty stomach can release hGH, for example.

In general 'plant hormones' don't work in people. There's no accounting for placebo effects. Maybe someone else on the forum can report something semi-scientific wrt their experiences.

HTH


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