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2009/03/11 14:42:21 (permalink)

DNP ?


anyone got any ides about the use of DNP

If it dont kill you it makes your stronger....
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 14:46:38 (permalink)
    Sorry mate, but do some frickin research! There's hundreds of amazingly useful web pages out there. All you need to do is google "DNP fat loss" as I did when I was looking to find out info about it. At least attempt to learn something by yourself and then ask us for clarification :).
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 14:47:44 (permalink)
    BTW it's used for fat loss and it's deadly if proper precautions aren't taken. If they are however, it is probably the most effective fat burning compound there is.
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 15:11:34 (permalink)
    Dont even bother with DNP. Dinitrophenol causes death if used wrong, much more safer alternatives out there E/C/A stack, Clen, T3/4. Sort your diet out before taking any of the above, goto the diet forum its great.

    Little story about DNP for you.

    http://www.wannabebigforums.com/archive/index.php/t-4349.html
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 15:15:20 (permalink)
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    anyone got any ides about the use of DNP


    Plenty thanks
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 15:21:07 (permalink)
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    anyone got any ides about the use of DNP


    What exactly do you wish to know?
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 15:47:41 (permalink)
    ive already done the research about it and id just like an extra thought about it...

    btw thanks...

    If it dont kill you it makes your stronger....
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:00:32 (permalink)
    I've used it quite extensively - nothing comes even remotely close to it for sheer effect.  Accordingly I don't really bother with clen T3 etc any more.
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:14:59 (permalink)
    leeyorks

    Dont even bother with DNP. Dinitrophenol causes death if used wrong, much more safer alternatives out there E/C/A stack, Clen, T3/4. Sort your diet out before taking any of the above, goto the diet forum its great.

    Little story about DNP for you.

    http://www.wannabebigforums.com/archive/index.php/t-4349.html


    DNP is fine if used safely. It's only deadly if you take a deadly amount. I liken the stigma DNP recieves from bodybuilders to the stigma steroids receive from the general public. You obviously haven't researched it, you've just listened to heresay. Again, like the general public. 
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:19:05 (permalink)
    There is no such thing as safe usage with DNP IMO. There are risks with everything. Safe means zero risk.
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:24:02 (permalink)
    is it illegal yet in the UK or is it possible to gethold off

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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:29:56 (permalink)
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    There is no such thing as safe usage with DNP IMO. There are risks with everything. Safe means zero risk.


    Whatever you know what I mean. Used responsibly and following all the right precautions there's little danger. It's only if you start taking too much that you're at risk. Start off on 200mg for at least the first 5 days and if you ever do go up to 400mg, keep that as the maximum amount you take in a day. When you start taking over 400mg you may run into problems, but most responsible users don't. 
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:31:38 (permalink)
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    is it illegal yet in the UK or is it possible to gethold off


    Well you can't legally buy it in shops, but it is possible to get hold of. Either have a decent source, OR buy it from a place that sells it online, either as a fat loss drug or a wood dye (though you will need to make your own capsules if it's the latter). 
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:33:31 (permalink)
    I know what you may mean others may not mate.

    I would also be very cautious handing out information on dosing since you have ran it as well as there are a few grades of it which means you get different levels of active DNP in your system.

    I wonder if DNP will be the new forum trend this year?
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 16:58:53 (permalink)
    I can't imagine anyone who hasn't got to get down to ridiculously low bodyfat %'s using this, not only for the potential risk, but also the frankly sh1tty side effects. I mean how hard exactly is it to get to a lean 9 or 10%. Come on folks, it's not fcuking hard is it.

    Leave DNP for those who need stage condition.

     

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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 17:17:52 (permalink)
    leeyorks

    Dont even bother with DNP. Dinitrophenol causes death if used wrong, much more safer alternatives out there E/C/A stack, Clen, T3/4. Sort your diet out before taking any of the above, goto the diet forum its great.

    Little story about DNP for you.

    http://www.wannabebigforums.com/archive/index.php/t-4349.html

    I agree. I wouldn't personally advise anyone to use this drug

    It's recently become fashionable on internet forums to be somewhat lackadaisical about the realities of DNP use. This makes little sense, and I hope as a forum we make every effort to see that it doesn't spread here

    DNP can potentially be used without harm, but make no mistake, there is no more dangerous drug in the arsenal of a bodybuilder. Insulin, Lasix, and EPO are dangerous, but if you make a mistake with these drugs then at least you can be treated and saved. Not so with DNP. There is no antidote and no treatment

    That said, if used with caution, good results can be obtained

    I've used it several times myself, but as I said, it's not a drug I'd recommend to others, purely for safety reasons


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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 18:00:23 (permalink)
    Actually, there have been successful hospital interventions - although I wouldn't like to stake anything on the hospital being familiar with the protocol!

    I seldom venture into this part of MT - I take it that DNP discussions have risen then?
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 18:04:51 (permalink)
    Whats the treatment like Erekose, i take it reverse of what it they do for Hypothermia?
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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 18:21:51 (permalink)
    erekose

    Actually, there have been successful hospital interventions - although I wouldn't like to stake anything on the hospital being familiar with the protocol!

    I seldom venture into this part of MT - I take it that DNP discussions have risen then?

    Yes mate, DNP discussions seem more common on most of the forums I read, here being no exception. What worries me is not the frequency of debate though, more the fact that it is now common to read that DNP use is "fine". That I would have to disagree with

    What is this treatment for DNP overdose you mentioned BTW? I have heard of Dantrolone being used to prevent hyperthermia, but didn't know of anything which would actually reverse the uncoupling effects of DNP, so presumed there was no way to stop eventual brain death....


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    Re:DNP ? 2009/03/11 18:31:13 (permalink)
    Ah, I see.  I probably gave that impression myself, although I was in fact just referring to my own use, rather than meaning to endorse its use by all.

    I'll have a dig about and see if I can find the exact protocol used - I believe it was going to be recommended for implementation in US hospitals.

    It was a multi-part therapy that I can remember - chilled saline / ice bath etc to reduce temperature as per sever fever.  Probably was dantrolone.  Anyway, rather than waffle here - I'll go an investigate!
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