With that said, some women do experience side effects when they simply go off steroids after a long cycle. This is because Anavar is, in fact, a hormone, and any kind of hormone fluctuation in the female body can lead to unwanted effects. These may include things like hot flashes or mood swings – things women may experience during menopause as their hormones begin to decrease. Fortunately, even though PCT isn’t necessary, it is possible to avoid most of these side effects with a tapering dose at the end of the cycle. The chart below shows an example of a tapering 10-week cycle.
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Remember that the research above is for Laxogenin’s steroidal counterpart, Anavar.
Since Laxogenin is structurally very similar to Anavar, the idea is to base your potential benefits from this research. You can safely assume that when supplementing with Laxogenin, you will see gains in lean muscle tissue and rapid recovery along with reduced body fat.
Best Way to Use Laxogenin Depending on the brand you buy, directions and serving sizes may vary slightly but I’m going to cover the general usage instructions that you can expect.