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Power Corrupts

(Continued from episode 1)

Before the second grouping of Star Wars movies were released there were novels.  In these novels it explained why Lord Vader wore a mask and why the Emperor looked so weird.  The darkside, you see, came at a price. It’s unbridled power born of pain and hate literally tore the Sith Masters apart from the inside out.  This is the case with Tren.  There is no other steroid this toxic and frightening.  If you want to be miserable, this is the drug for you.  

Lets begin with Tren’s origins.  Tren is used to bulk up steer before the slaughter.  Tren and estrogen are given to cows to make them gain muscle and fat so that consumers get a beefier cut of meat for less.  Pellets of Tren are implanted under the cow’s skin.  Clever bodybuilders melt these pellets down in their kitchens and make home made injectable solutions with the dissolved pellets.  No, there is no pharmaceutical grade Tren for humans.  Virtually all tren is made by someone similar to the guy next to you on the treadmill, from veterinary pellets, in his kitchen.  Infections are quite possible and the chemicals used to dissolve the pellets are quite toxic to the kidneys. Lets face it, its a drug made for cows with the intent of KILLING the cow.  The cow’s health is irrelevant, so why would it be healthy for you?  

As I mentioned it is very androgenic. This means it is going to turn a woman into something in-between a woman and a man real quick.  Jaw prominence, chin growth, clitoral enlargement, voice changes, to name the most prominent.  It’s likely to cause men to either lose hair, gain acne, or both.  This depends on your particular genes, but most men get some of one or both.  Unlike reducible steroids nothing can protect against this.  As with some androgens, but more so than any other drug, Tren causes central nervous stimulation. This is to the tune of insomnia, anxiety, and rage. Some suffer from psychotic episodes.  Basically it can make you crazy and mean.  Its likely the urban legend of ‘Roid rage’ came from tren users.  

Tren alters other hormone levels in a negative fashion as well as positive.  It crushes your HDL causing plaque build ups in your arteries called Atherosclerosis. It causes increases in prolactin and progesterone which in some people cause gynecomastia, or breasts to grow on men.  And it decreases your thyroid function.  Now there are ways around these, but if you have to take 3 protective drugs to stave off negative effects of one drug then maybe its not the right drug for you.  

The worst part: some people suffer no side effects.  This makes for a steroid Russian roulette.  Each of Tren’s victims willfully turn to the darkside thinking they will escape it unscathed if they only use it for 6 weeks.  But you see, it grabs you. You FEEL powerful on Tren, and releasing that power once its in your grasp is easier said than done.

For a legal alternative to black market tren check out Death Star Labs’ Trien!


Nothing in this article or on this site should be considered medical advice or as an endorsement to violate any law of the country in which you reside.  The information given is for fun and entertainment purposes only.  All claims are 100% dependent upon proper diet and exercise.  Please consult a medical practitioner prior to any diet and exercise program.


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