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    tren addict?

    So i have a mate who recons hes addicted to tren , is this possible or is he talking bs?

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    Mentally addicted yes, physically no.

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    your body will not develop a need for tren
    so addiction is only possible mentally , as far as it being mentally addictive, most steroids are ....

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    I can see what you mean about mentaly hes allsorts messed up and hes been cruising on it for quite sometime would it be treated as if he was on other illict drugs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stosh_112 View Post
    Mentally addicted yes, physically no.
    X2 tell him to get a grip.

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    He's not called Leather Daddy by any chance is he?
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    You can be addicted to anything, ever heard of "My strange addiction", For some people drinking his urine is an addiction...

    So that someone is MENTALLY addicted to tren it's easy to believe. If you have a addictive personnality you are more likely to develop an addiction to steroids .

    IMHO steroids arent like other drugs... At least, If done riright it gives you better health and physique and well being feeling on and off.

    Others drug are only there to **** you up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stem View Post
    he's not called leather daddy by any chance is he?
    lol.

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    Thanks guys i wasnt sure if it was possible or not i dont see him much anymore and he did tell this a few months back just thought of it because i was watching that "my strange addictions" show lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteM View Post
    He's not called Leather Daddy by any chance is he?

    Too tame for him. He has moved on to real human adrenal gland It is good for brain fog

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteM View Post
    He's not called Leather Daddy by any chance is he?
    LOL he hasn't been around lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish Juicer

    LOL he hasn't been around lately.
    Oh yes he has!

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    Tren addict...yes. I joined a support club! It's great...I now have more tren sources lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunk1 View Post
    Tren addict...yes. I joined a support club! It's great...I now have more tren sources lol!
    Lol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteM View Post
    Oh yes he has!

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    Oh well, I spoke too soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunk1 View Post
    Tren addict...yes. I joined a support club! It's great...I now have more tren sources lol!
    Lol personaly i dont think id ever use it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdos900
    So i have a mate who recons hes addicted to tren, is this possible or is he talking bs?
    I could definitely see someone getting addicted to this, look at zyzz i heard he was running 1g a week and he was at the age of what 21-22? Thats just Crazy i could imagine what thats doing to your body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolzad0 View Post
    I could definitely see someone getting addicted to this, look at zyzz i heard he was running 1g a week and he was at the age of what 21-22? Thats just Crazy i could imagine what thats doing to your body.
    Omg stop bringing up that idiot. I'm so damn tired of peopleccrashing these threads just to talk about possibly the most stupid person who ever used aas.

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    I have read interesting articles that stated that the enhanced mood brought about by AAS can be blocked by naltrexone. Naltrexone is an opioid/opiate blocker - it blocks the euphoria caused by pain killers and heroin. Based I this premise, it is theorized that ppl may become addicted to AAS by the same mechanism those become addicted to pain killers. Just food for thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnabolicDoc View Post
    I have read interesting articles that stated that the enhanced mood brought about by AAS can be blocked by naltrexone. Naltrexone is an opioid/opiate blocker - it blocks the euphoria caused by pain killers and heroin. Based I this premise, it is theorized that ppl may become addicted to AAS by the same mechanism those become addicted to pain killers. Just food for thought.
    Wow! That is pretty scary. The thought of suffering through physical withdrawals coming off a cycle, however, it simply is not factual.
    I am a RECOVERED heroin addict and I know all too well the torture of going through withdrawl.
    I have also run a couple of cycles and I can tell you there isn't one thing comparable between the two substances.
    The increased feeling of well being that comes with steroids is not the same in any respect to that which is brought about by opiates.
    I highly doubt that naltrexone would have anything but a placebo effect.
    I could be wrong though.

    s.e.bowen

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    Quote Originally Posted by anahny View Post

    Omg stop bringing up that idiot. I'm so damn tired of peopleccrashing these threads just to talk about possibly the most stupid person who ever used aas.
    X2 and in one of my threads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.e.bowen View Post

    Wow! That is pretty scary. The thought of suffering through physical withdrawals coming off a cycle, however, it simply is not factual.
    I am a RECOVERED heroin addict and I know all too well the torture of going through withdrawl.
    I have also run a couple of cycles and I can tell you there isn't one thing comparable between the two substances.
    The increased feeling of well being that comes with steroids is not the same in any respect to that which is brought about by opiates.
    I highly doubt that naltrexone would have anything but a placebo effect.
    I could be wrong though.

    s.e.bowen
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2***436/

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    If I see one more Tren thread today I`m going right to my stash and Injecting some test and Tren. I have been off for so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redz View Post
    If I see one more Tren thread today I`m going right to my stash and Injecting some test and Tren. I have been off for so long.
    Lol dont get addicted bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by redz
    If I see one more Tren thread today I`m going right to my stash and Injecting some test and Tren. I have been off for so long.
    Pshhhh bet you won't! Tren tren tren tren tren! Jk

    -TroN-

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnabolicDoc View Post
    I have read interesting articles that stated that the enhanced mood brought about by AAS can be blocked by naltrexone. Naltrexone is an opioid/opiate blocker - it blocks the euphoria caused by pain killers and heroin. Based I this premise, it is theorized that ppl may become addicted to AAS by the same mechanism those become addicted to pain killers. Just food for thought.
    This is silly.

    First of all, not everyone experiences the so called enhanced mood brought about by AAS.

    Second of all, AAS interacts with AR receptors, which none of the opioids do, as a matter of fact.

    Third of all, mood elevations -if they may occur- while coming off of AAS has solely to do with what we call Test crash, an hormonal state in which the juicer is left with very little natural Test due to having been shut down and trying to reboot (hopefully) with PCT compounds, which again has nothing in common with heroin withdrawal symptoms per se.

    People who are supposedly addicted to painkillers are either in a lot of pain and thus the word addiction here becomes irrelevant; or the subject here has an addictive personality and hence can be addicted to pretty much anything else including other people. Give a person Naltrexone who has addictive personality, he will be addicted to Naltrexone too.

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    Right on bro ^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish Juicer View Post

    This is silly.

    First of all, not everyone experiences the so called enhanced mood brought about by AAS.

    Second of all, AAS interacts with AR receptors, which none of the opioids do, as a matter of fact.

    Third of all, mood elevations -if they may occur- while coming off of AAS has solely to do with what we call Test crash, an hormonal state in which the juicer is left with very little natural Test due to having been shut down and trying to reboot (hopefully) with PCT compounds, which again has nothing in common with heroin withdrawal symptoms per se.

    People who are supposedly addicted to painkillers are either in a lot of pain and thus the word addiction here becomes irrelevant; or the subject here has an addictive personality and hence can be addicted to pretty much anything else including other people. Give a person Naltrexone who has addictive personality, he will be addicted to Naltrexone too.
    Why don't you read the article I posted a link for? They offer an interesting argument.
    Last edited by AnabolicDoc; 02-07-2013 at 04:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnabolicDoc View Post
    Why don't you read the article I posted a link for? They offer an interesting argument.
    I can't read it because the link doesn't work.

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    Seeing any kind of results is addictive period,, having said that I thank working out is possibly the best addiction too have,, I hate off days whether I'm juicing or just taking creatine lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish Juicer View Post

    I can't read it because the link doesn't work.
    It's the 7th link from the top.

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&c...hp.BQ-NOQQIcIs

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    First time I did tren (e), I felt amazing...chased the feeling the second time I ran it (tren a), but alas...nowhere near how I felt from the first. This shows that with anything that makes one feeling better can be addicting..and that I have an addictive personality I'd say! I'm looking forward to running tren e again!

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    I sleep under just a sheet all year round i dont think i could handle the sweats at all lol

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