Although rare, potential side effects of glucosamine supplements include: indigestion, nausea, heartburn, diarrhea, constipation, skin reactions and headaches. It’s not well known how glucosamine effects women during pregnancy or while breastfeeding, so it’s best to avoid taking supplements during those times unless being monitored. There’s also some evidence that glucosamine supplements (usually when taken in high doses) might have the potential to cause changes in cholesterol, insulin and blood sugar levels in people with diabetes or high cholesterol, so be careful if you fall into these categories and consider getting your doctor’s advice. ( 11 )
Please understand Tren cycles of this nature are very dangerous, they are hard on your heart and blood pressure and if you desire to remain safe they are not something you will ever want to mess with; we have simply made you aware of what some do but this does not mean you should do it to. The reality is very simple, there is hardly a man out there no matter how far advanced that needs more than 100mg of Trenbolone every other day; we can however make an exception of making this dose daily the last 10-14 days before a bodybuilding competition for a hardening affect but thats it.