Clen really that bad?

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I used clen in the 90’s. Back then you could get it with prescription and import it. Not sure today. I loved it and never really had that many sides.

Today being older I’m told stay away cuz it can screw up the heart. How many of you older guys still use it? What dosages do you take? Thanks.
 
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You might consider Albuterol instead. It works the same as Clen, but has less side effects and only lasts 4-6 hours.


People are also doing a new thing called 'Clenviscerate' where they add Clen to a topical formula of Evomuse Eviscerate and just use it topically to reduce the sides and still get the fat burning benefits.
 
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You might consider Albuterol instead. It works the same as Clen, but has less side effects and only lasts 4-6 hours.


People are also doing a new thing called 'Clenviscerate' where they add Clen to a topical formula of Evomuse Eviscerate and just use it topically to reduce the sides and still get the fat burning benefits.
Lol clenviscerate we've been doing that for like a decade. Not laughing at you just at the thought of it being new
 

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I second StarScream's clenviscerate approach for a "older guy revisiting his past loves", with a focus on limiting sides.

Used clen 20+ years ago, around the same time you did. Revisited its use via the topical approach recently. I am not experiencing systemic sides. No increased BP or HR. I have not done it long term, just a test right now. But, as you will recall with the oral version, you would know when it kicked in. Absolutely not an issue (for me) using topically.
 

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Lol clenviscerate we've been doing that for like a decade. Not laughing at you just at the thought of it being new
I know it’s not new. I did it in the early 90’s too. But then I was in my 20’s. Just wondering if any of the older guys still do it and if it’s a good idea. Although I will look at the other options too.
 

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Lol clenviscerate we've been doing that for like a decade. Not laughing at you just at the thought of it being new
Sorry thought you were talking about clen. To be honest clenviscerate is new to me. I only popped the pills in the early days.
 

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Sorry thought you were talking about clen. To be honest clenviscerate is new to me. I only popped the pills in the early days.
Some of us tried it. Making clen topical in the late 90s, early 2000s was difficult. 20 mcg pills, tons of filler, not much of an internet to find help to isolate the clen from the filler. I don't know how effective it was, but it was tried.

Now, you can buy the liquid form and use it orally or topically. If you try the topical route and have systemic affects despite my experience, I'll buy it from you. Old man handshake deal.
 

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I’m sure it’s just me but I like the jitters and shakes on clen.......granted I’m only 38 so I’ll probably reevaluate in the next 5 years or so but I really don’t mind the sides off clen......
 

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I’m sure it’s just me but I like the jitters and shakes on clen.......granted I’m only 38 so I’ll probably reevaluate in the next 5 years or so but I really don’t mind the sides off clen......
For me, I did not mind it either, I was on ECA before that so the jump to clen was but a small step. On a related note, you wanna know how much a bottle of ephedrine hcl 25 mg cost for a bottle of 1000? $15. :)

But I also found clen's effectiveness as a recomp agent taken orally dropped dramatically after a few weeks (or peaked after a few weeks). I assume (never tested via lab work) my thyroid output dropped and at that time I wasn't willing to add T3.
 

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For me, I did not mind it either, I was on ECA before that so the jump to clen was but a small step. On a related note, you wanna know how much a bottle of ephedrine hcl 25 mg cost for a bottle of 1000? $15. :)

But I also found clen's effectiveness as a recomp agent taken orally dropped dramatically after a few weeks (or peaked after a few weeks). I assume (never tested via lab work) my thyroid output dropped and at that time I wasn't willing to add T3.
yeah clen defo drops off after 2 weeks, I run it 2 on 2 off for that reason. I forget the mechanics but when I researched it before I first started it I recall that being pretty accepted.
 
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I saw a video of a bodybuilder literally crush bronkaid, put it in a carrier and apply it topically. It was a while back , but thought it was interesting. Worked for him.
 
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Well, actual fat reduction w/o cardiac sides?
In my limited experience, the less fat you have to lose initially, the more pronounced the affect will be. I have not experienced cardiac/systemic sides in my recent experiment. This is only a short-term run to test for cardiac sides and to decide if I want to run it for a longer period of time. I tried both 0.5 ml and 1 ml (100-200 mcg). I would assume the lack of systemic sides is fully or partially due to the eviscerate carrier. Again, another assumption, but if you used Phlojel Ultra, the systemic sides would be present but to what extent I could only speculate.
 

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