DNP, nuff said!
- 11-25-2008, 11:09 AM
DNP, nuff said!
I can't search for "DNP" it has to be four letters, what BS!
I have used DNP many times and I have always thought the 14 day cycle is to short. I was reading up today and found a post that stated 3-4 week DNP cycle. OMG, better be cold weather to stay cool!
So, has anyone ever tried a cycle of 3 weeks or more?
What foods did you eat, would you eat?
What do you feel is the ideal carb ratio, 33%, higher, or lower?
And don't post post to say it's dangerous! A lot of things are dangerous.
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If you want to search for things with three letters just type it into google and put "site:anabolicminds.com" after it.
So for DNP you would search
Muscle Pharm Rep
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12-05-2008, 03:41 AM
The reason shorter cycles are so popular nowadays is because guys typically run high-dose inferno cycles. These necessitate a psychological break, if nothing else, after a couple of weeks. But cycles like this are a poor way to run it, IMO, especially since it's much more dangerous. I've always espoused longer, low-dose cycles, for as long as you need to reach your goals.
Even at lower dosages, you might choose to use DNP cyclically. You might discontinue use every few weeks for a psychological break or maybe as part of an anabolic phase in which you focus on building muscle, like with the UD2.0. I saw that XxCrisisxX likes to run it this way. Whatever the reason, you can start back up on the DNP as soon as you want to. The only reason I'd see someone waiting is if he wanted to ration his DNP, resuming use only after his sensitivity to the drug had been reestablished. In his extensive 1937 research, Simkins said "Tolerance to the drug is established rapidly, so that to produce a consistent loss of weight the dosage must gradually be raised. On the other hand, the acquired tolerance is rapidly lost if the drug is discontinued for as short a period as two weeks. The dinitrophenol may then be resumed at a lower dosage level with its original effect on the patient. It is remarkable how sensitive many patients are to a slight increase in the dosage." Considering it doesn't take much DNP to overcome any tolerance, I'd just stay on a low dose, increasing it as needed, until you reach your goals.
Hope that helps,
12-05-2008, 03:51 AM
I'd argue that yellow sweat is not a side effect of DNP. Sweat, yes. And sweat can naturally stain things yellow. But "yellow sweat" is simply not noted in either the original clinical research on DNP or in the thousands of DNP logs on the internet.
DNP permanently stains a lot of things yellow, but not everything. For example, it will come out of clothes with detergent and can be removed from some surfaces.
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12-06-2008, 06:25 PM
yup. im still thread jackin. lol this is a far off question, i saw on another board where people were talking about homebrewing DNP. since concilator seems to know alot about DNP i figured this would be the place to ask how its done?
SIDE NOTE: dont be harsh i am not going to make it. i can't even scramble eggs.
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