DNP, best dieting drug?

Discussion in 'General Weight Loss Discussion' started by Skeletor, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. macgyver

    macgyver TID Board Of Directors

    Nov 24, 2011
    Thanks for sharing that info. Interesting. To each their own for sure...and being a top level competitor is a different world. (one I am sure I cant understand). Tough way to try to make a living.

    What I have seen, are the guys who stay closer to their stage weight in the offseason seem to have to go to less extremes. Takes more discipline, but less shock and extremes on the body (and a lot less drugs required in the dieting portion). Again, I understand top level bb'ing is a different world. Only know a few guys at that level, and one pro. They all stay lean year round. I do realize that others do the old massive bulk/cut still. (think Lee Priest style). While it is cool to see guys at that level, I dont think that lifestyle is for me personally. (no judgement on what they do for them).
  2. tommyguns2

    tommyguns2 Senior Moderators Staff Member

    Dec 25, 2010
    Titan, I've never heard a horror story from a DNP user who has run it at a low dose. (for me, low dose is 250mg/day). The stories I've read about were people who took 1000mg or more per day. For a guy my size, the dose considered to be lethal would be 2-5g/day. That's 10-20X the daily dose that I would take. At 250mg/day, I do feel warm and sweat more than I would like, but I suffer no other of the negative sides that people describe. At a low dose, I'm not sure what you would consider unsafe about DNP. Just curiuos to know whether you have any personal experience or have close friends who've had problems with it.
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  3. tommyguns2

    tommyguns2 Senior Moderators Staff Member

    Dec 25, 2010
    Hey Macgyver, I've seen your pics. Whatever you're doing, DON"T CHANGE IT! it's ain't broke buddy. You look great!
  4. Docd187123

    Docd187123 MuscleHead

    Dec 2, 2013
    You're welcome.

    I really don't know much about bodybuilding. I don't follow it. I just know that like in every other sport, once you reach the elite level you're willing to take more risks to get the edge. I have a friend who competes and recently won his card and he asked me for DNP. He said it's use is not as uncommon as some think, at least in his circles I guess.

    I have used dnp and would use it again. I don't recommend it to people but let them make up their own mind on it based on the facts available. I tolerated it very very well when I ran it. It was after my first meet. I wanted to cut some fat before trying to bulk up some more so I can have more muscle mass while staying in the same weight class. It worked very well. Even at the highest dosage I was taking I did not get much in terms of sides. I got the yellow pee and some best waves but felt no impact on my lifting, no lethargy, no headaches, etc.
  5. Docd187123

    Docd187123 MuscleHead

    Dec 2, 2013
    Most consider it unsafe bc of the deaths associated with it and finding the right source to accurately dose it. Most of the deaths with DNP use though were due to chronic occupational exposure (which accounts for most of the DNP-related deaths) or accidental overdose. Some people who died from it actually use it for suicide. Taken responsibly, the risk of serious side effects is quite low.
  6. wesleyinman

    wesleyinman MuscleHead

    Jan 9, 2014
    Actually DNP increases metabolic rate by 11% per 100mgs on the average in studies. The issue I have with DNP is that most of the side effects don't necessarily show themselves immediately. Cateracts and vision issues very often show themselves in users years after discontinuation but are 100% linked to DNP.

    Firsthand immediate effects can be insomnia, extreme body temp, rash, vision issues, etc.

    It is a highly effective ingredient, but the risk imo is not worth it. This was used in TNT, pesticides, etc..They used to give this to the Russians during WW2 to keep them warm. A highly misunderstood product that is not to be taken lightly. 102-105 degree temperatures when taking this are very commonplace.

    You need to respect this and Insulin. No room for error. I personally won't recommend it to anyone even though I have seen clients on their own drop 20lbs in a few days on it.
  7. Mike_RN

    Mike_RN Senior Moderators Staff Member

    Aug 13, 2013
    Can you provide any evidence of this in published research? Strong statement (!00% link) just wanted to see if there's any truth in it besides hearsay.
  8. tommyguns2

    tommyguns2 Senior Moderators Staff Member

    Dec 25, 2010
    I thought that DNP was pulled from the market in the late 20s or early 30s due to cataracts in a small percentage of women. I haven't heard about common problems with it in general, particularly males. I'd be interested to see some published data as well.
  9. Rider

    Rider TID Board Of Directors

    Aug 27, 2010
    I've yet to try it, but from hearing from other vets, low dose DNP seems to be the key.

    I personally like the old ECA combo.
    Also phen is good too, stronger than the ephedrine combo.
  10. Giants83

    Giants83 New Member

    Mar 5, 2015
    Low dose worked well for me. I found 50mg caps and ran low dose 100-150 for a longer period of time and made good progress. I've never ran higher so I have nothing to compare it to but if I see results with low dose then why change it. I won't be running it again as a personal decision. I think the dangers of it are real if used irresponsibly but can be used safely. Still I'd rather not take the chance just lose a few extra pounds.
  11. Ogre717

    Ogre717 TID Official Lab Rat

    Jul 22, 2011
    It's like were the same person. Are we new best friends?
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