We take an in-depth look at Helios to find out more.
Helios is an incredibly dangerous steroid supplement that you inject into areas of your body in the hope of losing stubborn fat. It contains Clenbuterol and Yohimbine and many people seem to have tried it despite the very real risks to health including death. Clenbuterol is illegal in most countries and illegal in the USA for this purpose so use it and you will be breaking the law. Helios may work as described but side effects may cause permanent damage.
The Helios formula was invented by notorious steroid junkie Dan Duchaine and in our opinion demonstrates the crazy world of hardcore bodybuilding at its most sordid and insane.
There are loads of side effects to Helios including the risk of infection of the needle sites and the fact that most Helios on sale has not been manufactured in sterile conditions.
Principle side effects include bruising, infection, heart palpitations increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, nausea, vomiting, muscle cramps, sweating, diarrhoea, fever, tremors, breathing difficulties, shakes, headaches, increase in body temperature, risk of stroke, heart attack and death.
Helios is not on sale from any reputable sites. However, you can find it openly offered for sale from some dodgy-looking low rent websites where prices and quality of the product will vary. There is no way of knowing whether anyone Helios product is better than another.
We have seen Helios on sale for $23.00 a shot. Buy in bulk (10 shots) and it costs $100.00. This seems to be the typical sort of price you could expect to pay.
Many people find that when they start losing extreme weight they are still left with areas of fat that seem impossible to shift. For men this can be situated around the abs, spoiling the appearance of the muscles. Some women find that they start losing weight from their boobs but retain fat around the waist or thighs. Everyone is different so difficult problem areas will be in different sites on the body.
Helios is designed to remove these fatty areas by what is known as ‘spot reduction’. The idea is that you inject the formula into the stubborn fatty area causing it to reduce or even disappear. This doesn’t happen overnight. You have to inject every day over a period of time in order for it to reduce.
Helios contains two ingredients. The principal component is Clenbuterol – a man-made steroid (a steroid is a drug that mimics hormones) that is used in asthma medication because it widens the airways. It also works like adrenaline so is a stimulant that raises body temperature and puts your body into stress mode – often referred to as the flight or fight response. Clenbuterol increases the body’s ability for aerobic exercise and if you use it and take part in competitive sport you will fail a drugs test.
The other ingredient is Yohimbine HCL another dangerous ingredient. Yohimbine is a chemical that is derived from a tree which grows in Africa. It is a stimulant and although it is legal is known for causing a wide range of dangerous side effects. This does not stop it showing up in numerous supplements relating to weight loss, body building and erectile dysfunction.
Helios has to be injected into the body rather than taken as an oral supplement. According to sources this method of delivery is more efficient for targeting fatty areas. All adipose tissue contains hormones and is part of the central nervous system and when you inject these ingredients into your fat spots you can redirect lipolysis to exactly where it is needed.
We found some detailed instructions online about how to take Helios. You are advised to have a friend help you administer the dose.
For such a dangerous and illegal substance, Helios is surprisingly easy to find on sale. It is available from a range of dodgy-looking websites where it is advertised as ‘not for human use or injection’ in a weak attempt to get round the law.
Helios is not a product as such, it is a formula. It was invented by American body builder Dan Duchaine, often called the steroid guru who enjoyed some minor celebrity on US talk shows.
Duchaine was a failed bodybuilder who hit on taking steroids as a way to bulk up. He went to prison twice for dealing in illegal steroids, for mislabeling and for conspiracy. He first became an author in prison and his books on steroids (The Underground Steroid Handbooks) are considered important by people who like taking steroids.
As well as inventing the Helios formula, Dan Duchaine popularised the use of DNP for weight loss. DNP (2, 4-Dinitrophenol) is a chemical used in the dyeing industry and can increase the speed of the metabolism when ingested. Many people have died taking DNP for weight loss because it is acutely toxic. Dan Duchaine died in 2000 strangely not from one of his own concoctions but from polycystic kidney disease.
Helios as been described as ‘Injectable Liposuction’ and it is supposed to help you carry out ‘spot reduction’ where you reduce visible fatty areas of hard-to-shift fat.
All the Helios we have seen on sale adheres to the following formula: 40 mcg Clenbuterol and 5.4mg Yohimbine per millilitre.
All the sites selling Helios provide health warnings and disclaimers such as:
This product is intended for laboratory research use only.
This product is NOT for human use and can be harmful if ingested. This product is for research/laboratory use only. This product is NOT in a sterile solution and is NOT to be injected.
We searched online for Helios Injection results and found lots of people discussing this topic. Some people have tried Helios and believe the injections work. Many experience frighteningly serious side effects too but these do not seem to put them off.
Clenbuterol is not legal for using in this way. In the USA it is only legal for the treatment of asthma under prescription or as a veterinary drug. It is banned for all purposes across the UK, Europe and China even for animals use because of fears it may enter the food chain. This has happened in China when 336 people in Shanghai were poisoned after eating pork tainted with Clenbuterol and the same has happened in Spain.
Clenbuterol is illegal because it is extremely dangerous and has been linked to causing deaths. Clenbuterol is also a performance-enhancing drug so if you take part in competitive sport, it will cause you to be disqualified. Tour de France cyclist Alberto Contador was banned for two years after testing positive for Clenbuterol. He was stripped of his title in 2010.
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All the Helios we have seen on sale adheres to the same formula but is available in different serving sizes.
Helios has numerous side effects. Even the people who take Helios put up with side effects that would scare most of us half to death and with good reason. The side effects are very dangerous and are potentially lethal.
First up there is the question of hygiene. Many of the people selling Helios states that the liquid is not sterilised or suitable for injection. You also have to ensure that your needles are clean or the area will become infected. It often causes bruising and needle marks will be visible.
Leaving those issues aside, the risks to health are great. Side effects include:
Helios is not suitable for anyone to take. It is extremely dangerous and is illegal for this reason.
There is a lot of discussion about Helios on the various body building sites. Many people mention side effects. As this customer reported,
First thing I noticed… My heartbeat was hard and fast like I just smoked some meth or something. I never felt overstimmed or anything. Then the second day I had some shakes, I’m guessing that this is normal. Weird thing today I decided not to do it because I dropped about 5 lbs in the last 2 days from the Helios, well… I keep getting sharp shooting pains like in my back, shoulder and arms…
The other forum users told him this was perfectly normal.
Other comments on other forums include,
I was sweating like a rapist.
I got some cramps in my calves, feet and hamstrings. They hurt A LOT!!! I didn’t have a problem sleeping or any other sides… besides the increased heart rate. Resting I was at 90 beats per minute…
Helios never comes with a money-back guarantee.
As Helios is illegal to use you cannot buy it from any reputable websites. However you will find it openly offered on sale from some dodgy-looking sites you have never heard of. You can sometimes get it through some of the less reputable body building forums. It seems to be more prevalent in the USA where Clenbuterol is still an ingredient in some asthma and veterinary medications.
It’s frustrating when you lose weight but still fail to lose stubborn fat but Helios injections are not the answer. Helios contains dangerous ingredients and will cause numerous side effects, many of them potentially lethal. Clenbuterol is illegal for human consumption because it is so dangerous and although Yohimbine is legal, effects are equally unpredictable. These injections could cause a heart attack or stroke or may even kill you.
Although some sites market Helios as injectable liposuction losing fat this way is not as easy as it sounds. You can’t just inject yourself once; it requires long-term use over weeks in order for any weight loss effects to show. You will suffer bruising and tell tale needle marks that will make people think you are a junkie should they see them. The side effects are dangerous and very unattractive.
Helios was invented by a notorious steroid addict whom some bodybuilders believe in but this does not make this supplement any less dangerous. In truth we cannot think of anything more sordid and ridiculous than jacking up on steroids in order to make your body more beautiful and Helios is undoubtedly the worst supplement we have ever seen and should definitely be avoided.
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