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GHK-cu and niacin will both help regrow fibroblast cells, along with autophagy through fasting. You'll want to stop mitosis and induce mitophagy. If your fibroblast cells are dead; get rid of them and grow new ones.

Then make sure everything in the new cells stay functional.

If you allow corrupted cells to keep dividing before you get rid of them, then it'll require a deeper level of autophagy to clean up the mess the longer you leave off doing a moderate/long fast.

BTW I'm not certain on this, but I think fibroblast cells might be in charge of releasing endogenous GHK-cu in the case of healing wounds. Fibroblast cells are mainly in charge of producing type 2 collagen which is needed most in bone/cartiliage. And GHK-cu(II) is also released when there's injuries to parts of the body that require type 2 collagen. So this is just a guess but I think it's possible that it's actually the fibroblast cells themselves that release the small amount of GHK-cu that our bodies have.
 
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GHK-cu and niacin will both help regrow fibroblast cells, along with autophagy through fasting. You'll want to stop mitosis and induce mitophagy. If your fibroblast cells are dead; get rid of them and grow new ones.

Then make sure everything in the new cells stay functional.

If you allow corrupted cells to keep dividing before you get rid of them, then it'll require a deeper level of autophagy to clean up the mess the longer you leave off doing a moderate/long fast.

BTW I'm not certain on this, but I think fibroblast cells might be in charge of releasing endogenous GHK-cu in the case of healing wounds. Fibroblast cells are mainly in charge of producing type 2 collagen which is needed most in bone/cartiliage. And GHK-cu(II) is also released when there's injuries to parts of the body that require type 2 collagen. So this is just a guess but I think it's possible that it's actually the fibroblast cells themselves that release the small amount of GHK-cu that our bodies have.
upvote because @x30001 is the best poster on this site
 
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Are you a real life scientist/dematologist? Ded srs
Not at all. I don't have a degree in anything science related. I study/work in financial risk management. Just find biochem interesting and am just learning passively and picking up on things that I find important/interesting. Always been interested in drug mechanisms etc. 5 or so years ago I was fascinated by steroids and PEDs and figured out what makes each steroid different and why. I suppose my work in risk management and my intrigue into RCs, Nootropics and other drugs helped me realize how important the risk/reward aspect is when it comes to choosing to take drugs and now I only focus on drugs/chems/peptides etc which have a really high reward/risk ratio and which have a huge upside when it comes to using them.
 
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Not at all. I don't have a degree in anything science related. I study/work in financial risk management. Just find biochem interesting and am just learning passively and picking up on things that I find important/interesting. Always been interested in drug mechanisms etc. 5 or so years ago I was fascinated by steroids and PEDs and figured out what makes each steroid different and why. I suppose my work in risk management and my intrigue into RCs, Nootropics and other drugs helped me realize how important the risk/reward aspect is when it comes to choosing to take drugs and now I only focus on drugs/chems/peptides etc which have a really high reward/risk ratio and which have a huge upside when it comes to using them.
Lol I bought some idra 21 and some other similar drug I forgot the name of, in the name of iqMaxing
 
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Lol I bought some idra 21 and some other similar drug I forgot the name of, in the name of iqMaxing
LOL

IDRA 21 and PRL 8-53? Good luck. You'll be your own lab rat. A lot of my threads were parody/jokes like the IQ Maxing / Dan Bilzerian performance maxing / Steroid Guide etc. But good luck. That drug will do nothing on it's own. Just be aware of that and be careful!
 
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Okay. I don't think I'll have to worry about cells dividing because the whole point of Minoxidil aging is that it stops fibroblasts from dividing. But I get what you're saying.

So far I've done 16, 18, 24, 32, and 36, hour fasts. I haven't seen any improvement yet but will keep on trying.
 
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IDRA 21 and PRL 8-53? Good luck. You'll be your own lab rat. A lot of my threads were parody/jokes like the IQ Maxing / Dan Bilzerian performance maxing / Steroid Guide etc. But good luck. That drug will do nothing on it's own. Just be aware of that and be careful!
Too late I probably have irreversible brain damage by now :lul::lul::lul::lul::lul:
 
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Okay. I don't think I'll have to worry about cells dividing because the whole point of Minoxidil aging is that it stops fibroblasts from dividing. But I get what you're saying.

So far I've done 16, 18, 24, 32, and 36, hour fasts. I haven't seen any improvement yet but will keep on trying.
Then it's apoptosis rather than senescence. The minox damaged the cells and killed them. You just need to do away with the cells through mitophagy.
 
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Then it's apoptosis rather than senescence. The minox damaged the cells and killed them. You just need to do away with the cells through mitophagy.
Most studies I've read don't know how minoxidil stops it, they just know it stops it on a transcriptional level. So it's probably fucking up (misfolding) my proteins and that's how it stops fibroblasts from dividing. That would also explain why most people have a 7-12 months recovery period. That's probably how long it takes for the body's natural autophagy process to take care of it.
 
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You should probably stop right now
Nah I’m getting my money’s worth. I’m not overdosing like a retard though. Reddit cucks say it works. But in the end idc as I having nothing to lose

Looks>money>health
 
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Nah I’m getting my money’s worth. I’m not overdosing like a retard though. Reddit cucks say it works. But in the end idc as I having nothing to lose

Looks>money>health
How is it affecting your looks? IDRA-21 is even something I'd be skeptical of. You'd get 100x better effects through natural routines, relaxation, meditation and incorporating routines to increase your BDNF and brain health.
 
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I don’t think it affects my looks. But I’m more focused throughout the day once I take it. Not immediate effect though. But once it wears off I realised wow this stuff did influence my work habit. But no withdrawals so far 2 weeks in taking idra once per 3 days
How is it affecting your looks? IDRA-21 is even something I'd be skeptical of. You'd get 100x better effects through natural routines, relaxation, meditation and incorporating routines to increase your BDNF and brain health.
And I have no time to do it in the natural way.. jfl
 
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Not at all. I don't have a degree in anything science related. I study/work in financial risk management. Just find biochem interesting and am just learning passively and picking up on things that I find important/interesting. Always been interested in drug mechanisms etc. 5 or so years ago I was fascinated by steroids and PEDs and figured out what makes each steroid different and why. I suppose my work in risk management and my intrigue into RCs, Nootropics and other drugs helped me realize how important the risk/reward aspect is when it comes to choosing to take drugs and now I only focus on drugs/chems/peptides etc which have a really high reward/risk ratio and which have a huge upside when it comes to using them.
Is there any safe steroid I could use?
 
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I don’t think it affects my looks. But I’m more focused throughout the day once I take it. Not immediate effect though. But once it wears off I realised wow this stuff did influence my work habit. But no withdrawals so far 2 weeks in taking idra once per 3 days

And I have no time to do it in the natural way.. jfl
Ah okay, looked up how it functions and it induces the expression of BDNF; so that makes sense. It's an ampakine-like drug.
 
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Not at all. I don't have a degree in anything science related. I study/work in financial risk management. Just find biochem interesting and am just learning passively and picking up on things that I find important/interesting. Always been interested in drug mechanisms etc. 5 or so years ago I was fascinated by steroids and PEDs and figured out what makes each steroid different and why. I suppose my work in risk management and my intrigue into RCs, Nootropics and other drugs helped me realize how important the risk/reward aspect is when it comes to choosing to take drugs and now I only focus on drugs/chems/peptides etc which have a really high reward/risk ratio and which have a huge upside when it comes to using them.
Which PEDs do you think offer the highest reward to risk ratio in your experience?
 
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Is there any safe steroid I could use?
Well I've been learning about roids since 2014 and my deepest knowledge out of any set of drugs are in anabolics. Idk what you'd classify as "safe". I regret promoting Tbol and Primo in my thread some months ago because they're still not "safe" as in side effect free. If you're not looking to get acne or lose hair, I just wouldn't take steroids or SARMS. It's just an insecurity thing anyway and you'll grow out of the phase of feeling you want to take steroids, so long as you don't make a rash decision in taking them, which you'll forever regret.

Here's the boring answer.

The safest is probably Testosterone. They will accelerate aging though. Especially combined with frequent eating. You'll always be abundant in caloric energy, amino acids, and your body will basically NEVER get into AMPK; you'll be pressing down hard on the MTOR peddle. Taking roids is just a bad idea in my opinion. Sacrificing so much just for some temporary augmented muscle which you'll realize no one will really actually care about, and then you'll be dealing with your endocrine, liver, and other issues until you decide to try and stop taking the steroids, which will be really hard.

Dropped some really really hard steroid TSAR bomba blackpills to people over DM, incl the psychology of why people feel they need to take them, and the actual reality of the fact that the risks outweigh reward so fucking heavily. In the end you'll realize that having the steroid muscle isn't doing anything good for you or helping you at all as you'll begin to realize that everyone else realizes that you took steroids and they'll know the reason why you made that mistake too.

Don't want to get into some pointless conflict with people taking steroids because that's their own business and if they're happy doing what they're doing then there's no reason for me to be invasive. But if you do take steroids you'll likely regret it so hard that you'll have to make excuses about how being "jacked" is helping you and you've no problems, when really you'll know deep down it's one of the worst decisions you made which you wish you could revert. There's no shame in people saying they regret taking steroids and it's far more admirable than those who prolong the cherade out of fear of humiliation when they eventually need to spin their story and admit that they fucked up by taking roids.
 
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Which PEDs do you think offer the highest reward to risk ratio in your experience?
Low dose Testosterone alone, or Low dose Testosterone with a higher dose of Primobolan at around 800-1000mg per week. Both Enanthate.

So like:

200mg Testosterone Enanthate per week.

or

200mg Testosterone Enanthate per week with 800-1000mg Primobolan Enanthate per week.

The effort you put in in the gym will also affect your risk reward in a good way. More gains, more bang for your buck, more discipline and more exercise which could help lipid issues from getting worse than they already are.

Shutting down your HPTA in the first place is already a pretty big risk which I think outweighs taking steroids.

This is coming from a guy who took clen, t3, dnp, melanotan2 in the past. Took a supplement labelled as a test booster about 5 years ago which clearly had a pro-hormone or something like DHEA in it. Instant acne, hormones went crazy, everything got fucked up, just for some strength which no one cared about. So that shit really veered me away from wanting to take steroids. Tried all the antibiotics for the acne, tetra, doxy, mino; none of them did anything but fuck up my gut, which led to other complications. Then spent 6-7 months on Accutane which I really didn't tolerate well, and after the Accutane I still wasn't back to a position of wellbeing anywhere close to where I was before I ever took that bullshit.
 
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Low dose Testosterone alone, or Low dose Testosterone with a higher dose of Primobolan at around 800-1000mg per week. Both Enanthate.

So like:

200mg Testosterone Enanthate per week.

or

200mg Testosterone Enanthate per week with 800-1000mg Primobolan Enanthate per week.

The effort you put in in the gym will also affect your risk reward in a good way. More gains, more bang for your buck, more discipline and more exercise which could help lipid issues from getting worse than they already are.

Shutting down your HPTA in the first place is already a pretty big risk which I think outweighs taking steroids.

This is coming from a guy who took clen, t3, dnp, melanotan2 in the past. Took a supplement labelled as a test booster about 5 years ago which clearly had a pro-hormone or something like DHEA in it. Instant acne, hormones went crazy, everything got fucked up, just for some strength which no one cared about. So that shit really veered me away from wanting to take steroids. Tried all the antibiotics for the acne, tetra, doxy, mino; none of them did anything but fuck up my gut, which led to other complications. Then spent 6-7 months on Accutane which I really didn't tolerate well, and after the Accutane I still wasn't back to a position of wellbeing anywhere close to where I was before I ever took that bullshit.
Do you still cruise ?

I agree with low dose test , primobolan is expensive but if you got the money then definitely yes although most people do oral version

Other than steroids do you other chemicals that improve your quality of life?

IMO good bang for buck : accutane low dose / finasteride 0.5 mg ED/ phenibut once in a while / cialis before fucking / ritalin when studycelling / microdosing lsd for mood benefits

Would you add anything to the list ?

No brownnosing but you seem like a legit poster I'd be happy to learn something from you and share my personal experience if I have something in a subject you are interested in , if you prefer PM then PM


edit : Also did you stop using mt2?

It is tempting since tan offers boosts but long term I dont think it's the best solution
 
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Low dose Testosterone alone, or Low dose Testosterone with a higher dose of Primobolan at around 800-1000mg per week. Both Enanthate.

So like:

200mg Testosterone Enanthate per week.

or

200mg Testosterone Enanthate per week with 800-1000mg Primobolan Enanthate per week.

The effort you put in in the gym will also affect your risk reward in a good way. More gains, more bang for your buck, more discipline and more exercise which could help lipid issues from getting worse than they already are.

Shutting down your HPTA in the first place is already a pretty big risk which I think outweighs taking steroids.

This is coming from a guy who took clen, t3, dnp, melanotan2 in the past. Took a supplement labelled as a test booster about 5 years ago which clearly had a pro-hormone or something like DHEA in it. Instant acne, hormones went crazy, everything got fucked up, just for some strength which no one cared about. So that shit really veered me away from wanting to take steroids. Tried all the antibiotics for the acne, tetra, doxy, mino; none of them did anything but fuck up my gut, which led to other complications. Then spent 6-7 months on Accutane which I really didn't tolerate well, and after the Accutane I still wasn't back to a position of wellbeing anywhere close to where I was before I ever took that bullshit.
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How long have you been lifting for?

If you're just starting out, the best thing you can do is check whether you've got good muscle building genetics or not. You can check this through your saliva via a 23andme test.

If you have an active ACTN3 gene then you've got a relatively rare trait of being able to synthesize proteins more efficiently in fast-twitch muscle fibers. These are the types of fibers needed for explosive strength. When you train, your fast-twitch fibers will grow at a better rate than your slow twitch fibers which are your smaller "endurance" fibers (The type of muscle you usually see developed on Marathon runners, Lance Armstrong etc), giving the appearance of smaller, less hypertrophied muscles even if they are trained through resistance training. TLDR; You will grow bigger muscles and have better potential for full looking muscles if you have an active ACTN3 gene. Those who don't, are at a disadvantage in that regard.

If you have rare alleles on the MSTN gene (regulating myostatin). The most common mutation is that you'll have 1 "non-base" DNA pair. The real "myostatin deficiency" is if you have 2 mutations which they call the "Exon 2" mutation. In a 23andme test they'll give you the nucleotide pair for each allele in the results. If you have 1 Cystosine/Guanine pair then you have a myostatin deficiency which'll help you a lot. You'll already know if you have the "Exon 2" since you'd be jacked without even lifting. Basically if your results are different for each allele, then you know you have a myostatin deficiency. 23andme are weird in that it's not known which way they look at the DNA from. But from moreplatesmoredates video it seems they use Adenine and Thymine (A & T). If your results are "T" "T", then you're out of luck. If you have "A" "T", then you have lower myostatin than the majority of the population and more muscle building capabilities.

If you have a "A" result on one of your MSTN alleles AND an active ACTN3 gene, then you have godlike bodybuilding genetics and shouldn't use roids. (You shouldn't use them anyways) but you'll get juicy as a natty if you have those gene specifications.
Do you still cruise ?

I agree with low dose test , primobolan is expensive but if you got the money then definitely yes although most people do oral version

Other than steroids do you other chemicals that improve your quality of life?

IMO good bang for buck : accutane low dose / finasteride 0.5 mg ED/ phenibut once in a while / cialis before fucking / ritalin when studycelling / microdosing lsd for mood benefits

Would you add anything to the list ?

No brownnosing but you seem like a legit poster I'd be happy to learn something from you and share my personal experience if I have something in a subject you are interested in , if you prefer PM then PM


edit : Also did you stop using mt2?

It is tempting since tan offers boosts but long term I dont think it's the best solution
Stopped using mt2 in like summer 2018 because I reaped the permanent positive affects from it but experiences some hyperpigmentation issues on my arms due to taking it with regular intervals like a moron. MT2 should be used sporadically, randomly in small amounts and you should rely on UV exposure to tan you to the color you want. It really doesn't take a lot of MT2. The less the dose, and the less frequent and more random the dosing, the better. If you don't get in the sun with it, ..it's over.

Never taken steroids before so I'm not cruising but I've pretty high natty levels which I'm grateful for and lucky to have but I think I can attribute some of that to what I consistently do and my age.

Inj primo will actually be better than the acetate tabs even if both are real.

Feel free to PM me, I might not respond til later tonight/tomorrow because I'm going out for dinner in about 20mins.

PM me about Phenibut. This is a topic I know about more than anyone can imagine. First hand experiences so I feel I can really give you some solid advice on that..
Finally my boi getting the recognition he deserves
<3 s/o to @TubOfLard too. You're one of my favourite users on here tbh.
 
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GHK-cu and niacin will both help regrow fibroblast cells, along with autophagy through fasting. You'll want to stop mitosis and induce mitophagy. If your fibroblast cells are dead; get rid of them and grow new ones.

Then make sure everything in the new cells stay functional.

If you allow corrupted cells to keep dividing before you get rid of them, then it'll require a deeper level of autophagy to clean up the mess the longer you leave off doing a moderate/long fast.

BTW I'm not certain on this, but I think fibroblast cells might be in charge of releasing endogenous GHK-cu in the case of healing wounds. Fibroblast cells are mainly in charge of producing type 2 collagen which is needed most in bone/cartiliage. And GHK-cu(II) is also released when there's injuries to parts of the body that require type 2 collagen. So this is just a guess but I think it's possible that it's actually the fibroblast cells themselves that release the small amount of GHK-cu that our bodies have.
Should I add niacin to my skincare routine of Retin a, sunscreen and vitamin c?
 
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What dosage do you recommend? And how often should we use it?
Idk. I never used it. I'd say start with 125mg or 250mg of the nicotinic acid form for the flush. And just take it before an event to give your skin the afterglow effect. You'll probably get enough b3 through food anyways so it's not something you need to take frequently.
 
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I noticed you said in your post that GHK-Cu helps regrow fibroblasts, and that fibroblasts release type 2 collagen, which is mostly in bone/joints. Since type 2 collagen is mostly in bone/joints, would GHK-Cu injections be likely to do anything for the skin (which has lots of type 1 collagen)?
 

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