Tren injections

Oral trenbolone is incredibly hepatotoxic, and even short cycles can take a toll. For this reason, most people prefer injectable Tren steroids. If you are interested in avoiding injections, though, and you want to use Tren oral, use the smallest possible dose that provides results for the shortest period possible. Be sure to also incorporate some liver protection into your cycle, whether you choose to use milk thistle or a specially-formulated liver care product. Overall, though, the consensus is that both oral and injectable Tren provide the same results at the same doses.

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Trenbolone is very androgenic and although it is classified as an anabolic it is more androgenic than most testosterones. Trenbolone is a very interesting drug because it does not aromatize into estrogen at all. The advantage of this is of great value because it means that there is no water retention. Trenbolone does however have an affinity for the progesterone receptor. The side effects of progesterone are similar to that of estrogen. Progesterone causes negative feedback from the HPTA axis and therefore suppresses endogenous testosterone production

Tren injections

tren injections


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