Show me these logs of someone taking halotest only at reasonable doses (no test, no other stacked orals etc.) and throwing up and ending up with liver failure. Majority of people who use this drug don't take it solo so yes if you stack methylated orals of course it will tax your liver heavily.
Your just parroting the same bro science without researching it yourself. Obviously liver values will go up as it would with any methylated 17a AAS. My argument like I said above is show me how its significantly worse
on the liver than other methylated orals when taken alone with no nothing else. It has never been demonstrated before so I have no idea where this theory came from. I would argue superdrol has more case studies behind it of hepatoxicity than halotestin especially since halo was even promoted for HRT to be taken on daily basis.
I have taken halo, anavar and superdrol before all solo with no test or any other hormone. I feel like absolute **** on superdrol and anavar due to the little androgenic activity especially at times goes on. I actually feel even worse on superdrol digestion and appetite wise but that doesn't automatically point to a liver issue. Fatigue doesn't always mean liver toxicity anyways there are other multiple variables like skyrocketing lipids, glucocorticoid agonism and estrogen activity so that is a weak argument IMO.
Now there have been a few studies on halotestin. The one below is the most important as it shows women taking 20mg - 40mg of haloestin for 1.5 years straight and hepatoxicity wasn't even listed as a side effect in any of the groups. So why haven't these women who were taking 40mg of halo a day for 17 months **** their liver out then if its that toxic?