For the majority of athletes who supplement with the Stanozolol hormone they are not doing so for a visual affect but rather one that is functional. In this case their cycles will generally be of a milder nature and it is not uncommon for Stanozolol to be the only hormone used; common plans are often 50mg every other day to every day depending on the athlete. However, such use will suppress natural testosterone production to a degree and for this reason many athletes are urged to supplement with some form of exogenous testosterone. As many athletes are worried about testing they may find Testosterone-suspension at a dose of 25mg-50mg every day to suffice along with their Winstrol. Yes, you can still fail a test but the detection time of Testosterone-Suspension and Oral Winstrol tablets is rather short:
Winstrol is hepatotoxic, and because of this, it should be used at the lowest effective dose for the shortest possible cycle. What’s more, you should consider using a supplement designed to provide some additional protection. Milk thistle is a highly recommended option; studies suggest it can provide an effective layer of protection when it is used for the entire length of your cycle. There are some other supplements on the market, such as Liver Care, which are blends of natural ingredients that have been shown to work together to prevent liver toxicity.
One study appeared to show that gw 50156 side effects included the growth of cancer cells but on further inspection, the results could be considered misleading. The study of gw1516 which was carried out on mice included 1000 times the recommended dose, taken over a prolonged period of time. As no individual would be taking such an inflated level of gw501516, there is debatable value attached to this particular study. Nevertheless, despite the criticism of this study, it was sufficient for GSK to drop the project so shouldn’t be dismissed completely.