"Why not a simple testosterone pill? Oral testosterone is available. However, some experts believe oral testosterone can have negative effects on the liver. Using other methods, such as skin patches, gels, orally disintegrating tablets, or injections, bypasses the liver and gets testosterone into the blood directly."
Several studies suggest possible benefits of milk thistle to treat or prevent liver damage caused by drugs or toxic chemicals. Results of this research are not clear, and most studies have been poorly designed. Therefore, there is not enough scientific evidence to recommend milk thistle for this use." http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/sil...CTION=evidence
One example. Like I said checking liver values is not a good standard for damage, liver values simply means your liver is working and they are associating your working liver and damage.
There is a great article about massive amount of dbol use and liver values but I can't find it for the life of me.
You will notice all these liver aid products all say "may" help or prevent liver damage. The word "may" to me is like saying shark cartilage "may" be good for the joints.
But for the purpose of this thread we shouldn't get off topic.
Injectables definatly affect the liver however not as much as the orals., Depending on the ester and hormone ur liver enzyme levels are affected from injectables, otherwise there would not be any reason for cycles or off time. Just get bloodwork done before and after ur next injectable cycle if you don't believe me.
Originally Posted by skinnyguy180
yes you can turn it into an injectable. and nope not hard on the liver at all. it never goes to the liver. only orals go to your liver from what I understand.