Allergic To Gear? HERE'S THE TRUTH

Kai Palikiko           Sept.  26, 2020

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So what we're gonna go over right now today is Gear allergies and the signs to look out for and what I could personally do about it, if I'm actually allergic to Gear. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions for me, by the way, the best way to reach me is the link to my email.

And you can easily find that link in the description, you click on that link, you put in your name, your email, any question you have for me, that's going to go directly to my proton mail.

What do I know about Gear allergies, and how would I personally know, you know, the sides to look out for, because when it comes to this, there's a lot of, my personal guys right now who are experiencing it, and they're not really sure, if they're allergic to a certain type of Gear and what's actually causing it. First off, I want to address the fact that it's not the actual compound that I'm allergic to.

Take for example, if I'm allergic to test cypionate or even Tren acetate, if I'm allergic to that, it's not the actual compound that I'm allergic to. It's the process of how it was made. So hypothetically, if I were say, to go to a TRT clinic, and I see that I started to get rashy looking skin, itchiness discoloration, and an abnormal type of PIP, it's not the compound that I'm allergic to, it's how it was made, and the procedure and the process.

Now, the crappy thing or the, you know, terrible thing about a TRT clinic is this - they're gonna switch me off, say I was allergic to test cypionate, they're gonna switch me off to test enanthate. The bad thing about doing this with a TRT clinic, is the fact that they're gonna get it from the same exact company.

Now, the bad thing about that is that they're not going to change the procedure, or the solutions of how they made the test cyp or the test E, it is gonna be the same exact thing. So now when I'm taking the other compound, I'm still gonna get the same exact type of results, to where rashy skin, itchy skin, all that bad stuff I don't want. So now as a person who's completely brand new to all of this. 

I'm going to start to think that I'm actually allergic to the compound itself, I'm gonna start to think that I'm allergic to the Gear. And there's nothing that that TRT place can do, nothing at all. Except when I homebrew my own stuff, when I homebrew my own stuff, I'm able to dictate the solutions, the process the procedure on how I make that certain compound.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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So that's why there's a lot of guys out there right now who are on TRT places and they feel like they're allergic to the Gear, they're allergic to the test cyp, or the test E, or the test prop or sustanon.

That is not the case at all whatsoever, because I've gotten plenty of my guys before to where they're starting to get, you know, rashy looking skin, it's nothing too bad, and they actually even push through it the entire time for their full cycle or their TRT cycle. Now I'm thinking dude, you should have told me this a long time ago, because we could change the entire procedure for you to fit your specific needs.

The moment they change that, the same exact compound, take test E for example, they were allergic to it at the first cycle, I changed that up completely for their homebrew process. The second time around, no allergies at all. No rashy skin, no weird itchiness, no weird PIP either, nothing to that sort, whatsoever. And that's the good thing about homebrew, I'm literally able to customize whatever compound that I'm using to fit specifically for me. 

I don't have to worry or, you know, have to endure the bad stuff. Another one too, would be the test flu. That's another allergic sign to it, to where if I were to get test flu, or hormonal flu or hormonal adaptation, I'm only gonna have to adapt to that, maybe, you know, a week, a week and a half. Some guys have to endure that for two weeks, but that's it. Test flu or hormonal flu shouldn't be happening all throughout the cycle. 

If that's actually happening to me, I know for sure that I'm allergic to the procedure or the solution that that compound was made. And that's the bad thing about again, TRT guys, they would have to endure that, they would have to endure hormonal flu for the entire time. And they wouldn't know that because they go back to their TRT place.

Hey, I don't know what's going on, my skin is rashy, what do I do? They're going to change it to another compound, say another ester, still made it the same exact way and they're still going to get the same exact result. So that's what I tell a lot of my guys right now, you are not allergic to the compound or the ester or anything like that.

They're just allergic to the procedure of how that compound was made. So those are the sides that I have to specifically look out for. If I'm getting hormonal flu for too long, if my skin is itchy the entire time, if I'm getting too bad of a PIP, and of course, the whole time to where if I were to pin, itchiness starts right away, and it does not relieve until about when the PIP is gone. So that's what I actually have to look out for. 

Those are the weird allergy sides that I have to keep up with, but the one thing that I have to absolutely keep in mind, I can easily change that, I can easily change that and get rid of all those bad sides that I don't want, as long as I'm actively homebrewing it and making it myself, like literally making the testosterone in my very own kitchen to make sure that I don't have to worry about any of those bad sides ever again.

And this goes for any compoun, because this can also happen to oral stuff, like my Anavar or my Turinabol. The process of how it was made could also affect me having an allergy reaction or a bad allergy reaction to this specific procedure or that solution or that compound to where if I change it all, to where it is specifically made for me, I don't have to worry about that, at all, whatsoever.

So anytime I were to get these weird sides, I know for sure I could easily change that. Anyways, email right in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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