My albuterol cycle log
- 01-20-2006, 09:44 AM
- 01-20-2006, 01:33 PM
01-20-2006, 02:49 PM
01-20-2006, 02:59 PM
Anti-histamines work ok for restoring sensitivity to the beta-2 receptors. I'm currently researching more effective options.
01-20-2006, 03:28 PM
Hard to imagine anyone playing with this stuff. Just the inhaled version gives your heart a race. If you're upping cardio with it you could end up dead.
01-20-2006, 03:35 PM
01-20-2006, 08:28 PM
Good god man, get over it already. He already stated that for him, the stuff is non-addictive. Do you have a hard time understanding that, or will you go off on another rant and make yourself look to be quite the fool all over again?Originally Posted by robfromny
01-20-2006, 09:16 PM
DAY 16 (yesterday)
Well i ran out today, thought i had more but i was wrong. thats ok though because my new shipment just came in now im going to try cems to see it its better than ibes. so far im down by 7.5 lbs going by my bf caliper. my body weight is down by 3 lbs so ive been gaining muscle now that ive been hitting the gym 5-6 days a week. tomorrow when i get a chance ill post up some before and after shots. then ill update this again after i do another 2 weeks with cems alb. all in all im happy with my results so far considering my diet wasnt perfect.
01-20-2006, 09:21 PM
Originally Posted by robfromny
I cant believe after all the bull**** you started earlier, then apoligized now your starting **** again and you went and neg repped me? I SAID ITS NOT ADDICTIVE AND YET YOU SAY OTHERWISE, THEN GO AND DO SOME REASEARCH WHERE IT STATES THAT ALBUTEROL IS ADDICTIVE I MEAN CAUSE IT IS LIQUID COCAINE AND ALL BUT STILL GO AHEAD DO SOME REASEARCH AND POST IT UP IN MY THREAD THAT WAY WHEN YOU GO RANTING ON ABOUT IT MAYBE YOULL HAVE SOMETHING TO BACK IT UP WITH!!!!!!!!!! UN- ****INBELIEVEABLE
01-20-2006, 11:23 PM
ok i appologized for not being nice about things but never changed my possition. i say anything can become addictive (even sex or food) so watch out for albuterol becuase the potential is much higher especially cuz its beta2 properties. i understand that its not a big issue when taking in small dosages, but in large quanities it may be more of an issue... i am not saying that this drug has a high potential my friend, but a potential none the less.. dont be a fool and let your gaurd down... look at you buying more already and getting mad when i suggest sumthing bad about it - signs of addiction - defending your drug and not having an open mind to hear others... sounds like your a guy that doesnt wanna hear others and like a guy who has a problem with substances - so i am just trying to make sure you dont turn your back on it and get caught up in the game... do you think your a guru now from using this substance for 16days? or do you think your online searches were enough to call "research"... have you been to any university librarys? have you come off this drug without complications? now your comming down, but going right back on... just calm down ingeneral, like i am trying to do, and if you cant respect me please at least respect this drug! i feel like your under estimating the seriousness of using drugs and i think you may be blind to seeing that any stimulant is addictive even despite non addictive propertys... so let me have my oppinion
01-21-2006, 06:52 AM
Umm, that's not exactly the most well thought out statement I've come across, well, ever. Let's see if I got this right though, something displays non-addictive properties, yet is addictive? You're seriously coming across as a babysitter type here, and I really don't see this tester doing anything particularly dangerous/risky. He's using a comfortable dose of a product, with minimal side effects, and has chosen to continue the cycle due to the effectiveness of the product. You are coming across as though the man is a speed junkie using this stuff for a fix and nothing else. If that were the case, there's a multitude of more powerful stimulants out there that would be infinitely more useful for the purpose than a product such as albuterol.Originally Posted by robfromny
01-21-2006, 11:39 AM
01-21-2006, 03:51 PM
Be careful of the appealing allure of cheeseburgers! Imagine the shock and horror of the poor children as the delicious juices from the burger run from your chin! Think of the kids, stay away from cheeseburgers!
01-21-2006, 05:37 PM
Woah!!!!! Havent visited in a while. Albuterol addiction......I am truly amazed now. Actually I am close to speechless. I guess I must be an albuterol junkie of the worst kind because I am on my second albuterol cycle in 2 months........better go get help right now....WTF?
01-21-2006, 06:12 PM
01-21-2006, 06:21 PM
Hey BM, how did you dose the albuterol out? Did you get an oral syringe from phramacy? At what time do you usually take your first dose and how many hours in between do you spread your dosages out? From reading the thread, you work out at night and take your last dosage before then so the albuterol can fuel your workout. IF I work out earlier during the day, how will this affect the albuterol's perfomance. I usually go workout after I get done with school. If need be, I could lift earlier and cardio later on at night. But what are your thoughts?
01-21-2006, 07:27 PM
yes i use an oral syringe from a rx store. I dosed it at 4mgsx3 ed. I would take my first dose at 6am when leaving for work and then my second 5-6 hours later and then my last atleast two hourse before my workout which was around 7-7:30 pm so i would take my last dose at 5-5:30 pm. I really dont see a problem with working out earlier in the day and having it interfere with the albuterols performance at all. You will get the most out of your workout IMO by taking one of your doses 2 hours prior to youre workout . its said to make your blood plasma levels peak in that time frame to help fuel your workout. Hope i was able to answer your questions.feel free to ask anymore.Originally Posted by Achilles13
01-23-2006, 06:11 PM
Do you take the Benadryl right away or not until you need to freshen up the receptors?Originally Posted by Danl4560
01-23-2006, 07:54 PM
Well I planned 2 cycles of 3 weeks close as part of a big recomp last summer, so I think i'm Albuterol addicted tooOriginally Posted by kjkriston
01-24-2006, 11:12 AM
I wouldn't take it during the cycle. Once you stop taking albuterol, I'd start the benedryl. One week at 75-100mg at night should work decent at resensitizing your receptors.Originally Posted by scott72
01-24-2006, 04:09 PM
Does this Benedryl trick work with ehpedra? Do they affect the same receptors?Originally Posted by E-Swift25
01-24-2006, 04:51 PM
Not trying to nitpick, but not all anti-histamines work for restoring receptor sensitivity. Pseudoephedrine certainly would not, I would think.Originally Posted by E-Swift25
01-24-2006, 07:36 PM
i have a ? on alb if u run 3 weeks then say do eca for 3 wks then back on alb for 3 wks how long can u keep this cycling up for ? months , a yr ? how long can u go with out any probs
01-24-2006, 08:54 PM
Hey I gave you some rep man. It's ok to be addicted I know at first your in denial. Just look to your family and friends. I can remember those late nights waking up in my own piss empty albuterol and maxair inhalers everywhere. I lost my wife, my job, my will to live. But thankfully I've seen the light and I only do crystal meth now! I feel so much better! The cramping in my finger is gone now. Things are looking better everyday.Originally Posted by BigMatty
01-24-2006, 11:47 PM
Lol albuterol is not addictive. WTF, just because he wants to do another cycle doesn't necessarily mean he is addicted. Maybe he trying to get down to a certain weight. IMO this stuff isn't addictive at all.
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