2 weeks ephedrine then switch to albuterol for 2 weeks?

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I was just curious about this, and didn't find much about it when I searched for it. Has anyone used ephedrine then once you start to feel your getting use to it, switch to albuterol or another fat loss supplement with better results then just staying on 1 for a month?
 

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Idk about alubterol but I know there's research saying that an E/C stack actually tends to work better the longer you're on it. You can desensitize to the stimulant effects, so you may not feel that jolt of energy after a while, but it's fat burning effects still continuing working.
 

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Idk about alubterol but I know there's research saying that an E/C stack actually tends to work better the longer you're on it. You can desensitize to the stimulant effects, so you may not feel that jolt of energy after a while, but it's fat burning effects still continuing working.
Oh okay, thank you, that's good to know, cause I really enjoy ephedrine not just for the obvious reasons, but it gives me a super positive mood most of the time for some reason.
 
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I was just curious about this, and didn't find much about it when I searched for it. Has anyone used ephedrine then once you start to feel your getting use to it, switch to albuterol or another fat loss supplement with better results then just staying on 1 for a month?
You won't get better results, you might stop feeling the ephedrine but it's still doing what it's supposed to be doing the entire time. "Feeling it" is a negative side effect of the drug, you should be happy you are not feeling it anymore.

Judging the effectiveness of your compounds by the negative side effects is a terrible road to go down.
 
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Idk about alubterol but I know there's research saying that an E/C stack actually tends to work better the longer you're on it. You can desensitize to the stimulant effects, so you may not feel that jolt of energy after a while, but it's fat burning effects still continuing working.
👆 100% right there
 

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Clen will lose its effectiveness around 14 days after starting it........If you want to use clen for more than 2 weeks then get some ketotifen and you can run clen around 4 weeks with it. Epherdrine can be used daily and you'll still get the fat burning effects but your central nervous system may get used to it and you won't "feel" it much anymore
 
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Clen will lose its effectiveness around 14 days after starting it........If you want to use clen for more than 2 weeks then get some ketotifen and you can run clen around 4 weeks with it. Epherdrine can be used daily and you'll still get the fat burning effects but your central nervous system may get used to it and you won't "feel" it much anymore
Clen doesn't loose it's effectiveness, well, it does to a very small degree, but it's always working. If you ran clen for 8,12 or however many weeks, it's always working

Also, he never mentioned anything about clen, he's using ephedrine and Albuterol
 

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Clen doesn't loose it's effectiveness, well, it does to a very small degree, but it's always working. If you ran clen for 8,12 or however many weeks, it's always working

Also, he never mentioned anything about clen, he's using ephedrine and Albuterol
Well crap....it's late and I thought I saw clen!! My bad! Unless I am totally mistaken....clen loses its effectiveness(I guess I should say some of its effectiveness) after 14 days and really goes down after around 28 days and that's where using ketotifen comes in. That was always the "old school" way of taking clen. Use 2-4 weeks and take 2 weeks off to give your "receptors" a break..in laymans terms. Unless this has been proved wrong fairly recently, I know many bodybuilders who swear by this routine. I have tons of experiance with ephedrine and after a few days on it, I wouldn't "feel" it anymore but it still worked for sure. I used to be ripped when it was legal and readily available.........!
 
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Well crap....it's late and I thought I saw clen!! My bad! Unless I am totally mistaken....clen loses its effectiveness(I guess I should say some of its effectiveness) after 14 days and really goes down after around 28 days and that's where using ketotifen comes in. That was always the "old school" way of taking clen. Use 2-4 weeks and take 2 weeks off to give your "receptors" a break..in laymans terms. Unless this has been proved wrong fairly recently, I know many bodybuilders who swear by this routine. I have tons of experiance with ephedrine and after a few days on it, I wouldn't "feel" it anymore but it still worked for sure. I used to be ripped when it was legal and readily available.........!
Ya, it's more that you don't feel it, but it's still working. It does loose some effectiveness but it never stops working. The 2 on 2 off isn't necessary. Some guys will up the dose every 2 weeks but a lot of coaches now will have there guys run the same dose from start to finish. Ketotifen will make the clenbuterol keep working at full potential longer but the loss of effectiveness is not as much as once thought.

Ive got 8 weeks left on my weight cut right now, I'm adding clen next week @25 for the first week and 50 for the last 6. Ive done it several times in the past. Have a few buddies that run it like this for boxing, a few others that use it 6-8 weeks out from a bodybuilding show in a similar fashion.
 

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