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My first question is: Fat burners what are the better choices from VitaminShoppe or local pharmacy?.

My next question is: Has any one heard of these?? what do you think??..

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Your question was: Fat burners what are the better choices from VitaminShoppe or local pharmacy?.

I inherited some a while back but couldn't use them because of my medical crap so gave them to my ex training partner who loved them. They got him so fired up and motivated he tore his pec off the bone..

Be great before a boxing match or a cage fight I would imagine..

Comment #1

Make you mad!!! meant to give you real intense work out!?!..

Comment #2

I still don't really understand what they are except they make you mad..

Comment #3

Cheque Drops.

NOTICE: This information is for entertainment purposes ONLY!.

Full profiles on each individual steroid are here..

Pharmaceutical Name: Mibolerone.

Chemical structure: 7-alpha, 17-alpha-dimethyl-19Nor-androst-4-en-3-one,17b-ol.

Molecular weight of base: 302.4558.

Effective dose: A few drops per day, taken sublingually.

Average Street-price: Will vary according to availability, hard to come by.

Available Doses: Sublingual drops.

Brands & Products:.

Upjohn Cheque Drops Sublingual drops.


This is without a doubt THE most powerful steroid that was ever commercially marketed. Its androgenic potency is slightly less than that of methyltrienolone, but it can still aromatize, adding the benefits of estrogen as well. Unfortunately the only product it was ever marketed as never fully exploited the potential of this drug. It was delivered in microgram amounts in liquid droppers, the intent being to add a few drops to the food of female dogs in heat to keep them under control. Human athletes used a few drops under the tongue before a sporting event or training to increase their aggression levels, but noted little or no anabolic effect from this drug because it was so lowly dosed. Not that there was much room for high doses, because even in these low amounts using it longer than 2 or 3 weeks on end seemed to seriously compromise your liver.

If it was free and safe to use orally, just 5 mg per day would probably give you more anabolic effect than a high-dose stack of several of the strongest products out there. It wasn't that far in potency from methyltrienolone. It possessed the same androgenic binding of trenbolone, even more so because it's affinity for binding structures was even more reduced due to it's 17-alpha-alkylation. But unlike methyltrienolone, it still allowed for aromatization to testosterone, enhanced by the progestagenic effect that all 19nor compounds seem to possess, which only further enhanced the extreme anabolic effect of mibolerone. Unfortunately because of it's 17-alpha-alkylation it also rivaled methyltrienolone (metribolone) in liver toxicity, making it completely unsafe to even use 5 mg a day without killing yourself short term. A much better choice in that regard would have been trestolone (MENT), which is the same as Mibolerone but doesn't possess the toxic 17-alpha-methyl group.

But bodybuilders and other athletes had to make do with low-dosed cheque drops to increase activity. Nonetheless they enjoyed a great popularity. Mostly owed to the late Steroid guru Dan Duchaine. This was one of his many obscure (and usually dangerous) discoveries. The same person that discovered DNP, and extremely hazardous and powerful fatburner. Oddly enough cheque drops were more popular outside of bodybuilding.

It wasn't seldom that when a particularly aggressive incident occurred in boxing, that it was rumoured Mibolerone was the real culprit..

But even that didn't last, cheque drops have all but disappeared and I have yet to come across a legit one, or even an empty packaging from a legit one a long time ago. Which would illustrate what a dinosaur cheque drops have become in such a short time. But for those who really look around, they are still out there and I believe in some countries still used in veterinary medicine. So if you want it bad enough, but like I said, it's impossible to use it to it's full capacity, so it's probably a waste to pursue anyway..

Stacking and Use:.

Because it's extremely toxic in higher doses and cannot be used longer than 2 weeks on end, there really isn't much to stack with cheque drops. A user will opt to take but a few drops sublingually (under the tongue) prior to an event for which he requires and increase in energy and aggression. But because here too there is the risk of natural testosterone suppression, cheque drops are best used during a cycle with other anabolic steroids. In this nature it stacks with literally everything however, and is both suited for use during bulking as well as cutting, eventhough it doesn't have a direct influence on either..

Because it's a non-aromatizing steroid that cannot be used longer than two weeks, the post-cycle use of clomid or Nolvadex is not required. Natural test will only partially be suppressed and should bounce back. If as advised you stacked it with a longer cycle of other steroids, it's imperative that you still run them because of these other steroids, not so much for the cheque drops. For those prone to hypertension the use of an anti-hypertensive agent like Catapresan would be advised however. No other ancillaries should be required with this agent...

Comment #4

Basically, it's ridiculously bad for you toxicity wise, makes you very aggressive, and will cause shutdown (just like any steroid), so shouldnt be used as a one-off...

It alone requires PCT..

Comment #5

I don't agree with:.

"Because it's a non-aromatizing steroid that cannot be used longer than two weeks, the post-cycle use of clomid or Nolvadex is not required. Natural test will only partially be suppressed and should bounce back. "..

Comment #6

You really do learn something new every day on this forum (or every week at least). Last week I discovered DNP and now it's mentioned in the cheque drops report..

Sorry for being really thick but if it was used to dampen down the rampant female dogs, why does it have, what seems like the opposite effect in humans..

Comment #7

I used these whilst training for my last fight to be honest I didnt think they mad emuch difference although I did notice a slight rise in my aggression level whilst sparring but not as much as I wanted/hoped for. I stopped using them 3 weeks out as I noticed that when I took them I gassed very quickly indeed, elimanated all else so I know it was these, shame as I would have used them for the slight increase in aggression...

Comment #8

Tyson if you want more info on ,c drops have a look for an anabolic steroid callet MENT, it was another name for c drops but I'm not sure it was sold under that name..

Knew a few boys who took it for training, makes you very snappy and most of the time nasty, make you wanna slam the weights around though. but be very careful if you do decide to do them...

Comment #9

Dan Duchaine recieved a similar question in an old Muscle Media 2000 mag,btw top mag shame it ain't available any more.I seem to remember him sayin' it is a veterinary anabolic miberolone,very androgenic and it comes in drop form as it is put in dogs food when they are on heat to bring them off heat.I know there is a bootleg version about in the US,don't know where and wouldn't say anyway but the bottle has a skull and crossbones on it to let peeps know the nature of the compound inside.Not for the faint hearted..

Comment #10

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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