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    does esik-clean show up in x-rays??

    i was planning on using site enhancement oil in my pecs over the next month. problem is, i have a physical for work the middle of march, and they always take a chest x-ray. will this oil be detectable in the chest x-ray?
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    esik-clean has'nt been made in years..... are you using synthol? all other site enhancement oils are trash

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    the bottles say esik-clean- third generation- no collagen

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    Quote Originally Posted by roark187
    the bottles say esik-clean- third generation- no collagen
    might be skeptical about that bro

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    its sold as esik-clean on many websites here in the states

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    made by zoelabs

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    anyway will site enhancement oils show up in an x-ray?
    or only mri? anyone??

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    Dont use that garbage build real muscle.

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    ok, now i know what you are talking about bro....esiscilene is injectable site enhancement that worked really well, hasnt been made in years, and prob would show up on an x ray....you are talking about a topical site enhancement oil that won't show up on an xray because it does'nt work

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    from what ive researched, ground- site enhancement oils do help build "real muscle" by stretching muscle fascia for more space for muscle fiber hypertrophy. these oils are supposed to last up to 3 months in muscle tissue. oil gear may last 3 weeks max, and in opinion, does work for site enhancement. however i dont want to inject 400mls of gear in a months time.
    and just because in your opinion, assymm, site enhancemnet oils dont work doesnt necessarily mean they will not show up in an x-ray...

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    synthol will stretch your muscle facia and allow for more growth....but you have to know what you are doing.....all vets, mods, experienced people will tell you to stay away from the crap......
    as far as the xray i would think that collagen will show up, collagen free would not
    as far as zoe labs, i would never use or touch a single product from them

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    good answer, asymm.
    anyone else concur or disagree about esik-clean showing up on an x-ray?

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    i dont have any scientific information to back me up, but common sense would tell me that it wouldn't show up....i dont see how it would....its just oil, and the x-ray would travel through oil in your muscle just like it would travel through blood in your muscle...i would have to say no, but i'll bump for more info

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    so an x-ray can make no distinction between oil and muscle tissue??

    is this true? anyone with medical background out there?

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    X-rays are "absorbed" (I guess that is the right way to put it) into more dense tissue (ie bone, cartilage) as they are fired through the body. The "picture" that comes up is what is left over once the body acts as a screen and stops some of the particles (I know that's not a very good description, but it's the best I can do without being super technical). Unless the oil, or whatever that crap is, is more dense than the tissue surronding it, it should not show up. Besides what difference does it make if it shows up?? When they do chest Xrays for physicals they are looking for lung deficiencies (TB, pneumonia) not some crap oil that will just look like fluid retention. The most they will do even if they see it is dismiss it as excess fluid. I wouldn't worry about it, but then again, I wouldn't do the crap anyways. Get the look the natural (or unnatural as some would call it) way and get you some gear and actually put the work in to get the body you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roark187
    so an x-ray can make no distinction between oil and muscle tissue??

    is this true? anyone with medical background out there?
    Xray's aren't smart...they read density of the tissue

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