i just used jacked today.. not very experienced.. but it got me going for 3 hrs today. is 3 hrs too much gym time or what? and im not crashing as of yet...
does it work for you, effects..????
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A lot of people complain about tolerance. I wouldn't expect it to make you absolutely hyped up like a monster forever, but if you start out with a low dosage and just bump it up in small increments, getting a little extra energy boost but not going for an all out stim freak rush every time, it'll keep working well for you for a good 2-3 months. That's how I've been using it since october. Then you should probably cycle off it for at least a couple weeks.
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