Whats a good supplement to drain the water out?

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    Whats a good supplement to drain the water out?


    WHat research supp or anything help to drain the water out?

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    Do you mean water retention? Try dandelion root, asparagus, or one of those combo products like Taraxtone. San makes one too.
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    I think san's is called Shredded.
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    I read the reviews on sans product shredded and it didn't seem to get good reviews. I look bloated so i was hoping there is something out there to drain it...

    Usually i wait for 2 or 3 days to get into ketosis and the water drains but i don't like to wait that long.
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    aldactone ... though its not a research chem and not legal to have without prescription .. but in my mind the best option that's still safe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Changing
    I read the reviews on sans product shredded and it didn't seem to get good reviews. I look bloated so i was hoping there is something out there to drain it...

    Usually i wait for 2 or 3 days to get into ketosis and the water drains but i don't like to wait that long.
    It's only a few days.. you can do it.
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    cant remember where i heard it from but t3 is supposed to be really helpful with this
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    lasix
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    lasix is pretty dangerous ... be very careful and its much easier to control with IV .. but still very dangerous

    never **** with lasix unless its for a contest ... even then its unnecessary
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    Xpel by MHP worked wonders
    a lil too well, i woke up and my both my legs cramped for 5 minutes, but i had not taken any potassium either so i was not prepared. Ephedrine has a nice diuretic effect but you have to dose it kinda high like 100-125mg. not safe, so in summary xpel would do u nice
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    hello changing


    Quote Originally Posted by Changing
    WHat research supp or anything help to drain the water out?
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    aldactone ... though its not a research chem and not legal to have without prescription .. but in my mind the best option that's still safe
    glen is aldactone a loop diuretic like lasix or it's another category
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    no its another category its not a loop .. its very safe compared to other options and available for very cheap
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    what dose should aldactone be used to treat bloat?
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    25-50mg

    i wouldn't really use it though unless you were dropping water for a show ... if you are bloated from gear use a-dex or preferably aromasin .. or just drink a ****load more water
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    ^^^
    or letro
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    Drinking tons of water stilll works well, and it's free.
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    SAN shredded made me **** like 36 times in a day
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    Dandelion root.
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    Diuretics can be scary. I have had good luck with AIs(letro) and anti-prolactins(sidefx aside). I would prefer a lot water and some vinegar.
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    i use letro at 0.5mg every other day while on gear
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