Cortisol blocker for pct? How important?

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    Cortisol blocker for pct? How important?


    Is this required for proper pct? If so whats a good one reduce xt?

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    Absolutely NOT. Of course you are going to get a lot of different opinions.
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    I think it depends on what ur running and how u run it.

    On a EPI pulse, no, maybe on an ED cycle.
    Definately on superdrol.

    But again, it depends.
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    For a longer injectable cycle PCT, yes.
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    Thanks for the feedback...Doing my first cycle with p-plex so I guess it wouldn't hurt.
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