Normal Tertroxin dosages vary from one individual to the next. Anything from 20-100mcg per day can be used, but it should be individually determined by starting on 20mcg and increasing with 10mcg every three or four days. The intent of this slow buildup is to help the body become adjust to the increasing thyroid hormone levels, and avoid sudden changes that may initiate side effects. Cycles of liothyronine sodium usually last no longer than 6 weeks, and administration of the drug should not be halted abruptly. Instead, it is discontinued in the same slow manner in which it was initiated. This usually entails reducing the dosage by 10mcg every three to four days. This tapering is done so that the body has time to readjust its endogenous hormone production at the conclusion of therapy.
No matter how safe you hear a given herb, chemical, or drug (regardless of dosage) is there is always the possibility of individual sensitivities. This issue becomes greatly magnified with regard to poisons because of the potential for serious injury and fatality. Even the name Di-NITRO-phenol is remarkably engaging to a gear user and “no” proper administration without pre-existing hypersensitivities won’t kill you, but it does all come down to a single truth. A truth you may have arrived at prior to the halfway mark in this piece, the same truth that the author of a great documented journey through the DNP experience, ‘The Inferno: My Week on DNP’ ( http://-/portal_includes/articles/2006/06-068- ), Vets and Hall-of-Famers like Marcus, Nark, Giant, Booz – just ask them, myself (magic32) and numerous others have come to realize…
According to scientific studies based on animal test subjects, Epithalon (also known as Epitalon) has been shown to function with telomeres, which are areas of repeating DNA sequences that function to prevent gene degradation near the end of chromosomes.
Over time, telomeres become too small and weak to contain the sequence because of cell division, and the DNA becomes disrupted, which signals the start of the aging works to replenish the enzyme that allows telomeres to remain more stabilized and better equipped to hold DNA in place.