2,4-Dinitrophenol / DNP for Weight Loss

2,4-Dinitrophenol (2,4-DNP, or simply DNP) is an organic compound with the formula HOC6H3(NO2)2.
DNP is a yellow, crystalline solid that has a sweet, musty odor. DNP sublimes, is volatile with steam, and is soluble in most organic solvents as well as aqueous alkaline solutions. It is a precursor to other chemicals and is biochemically active, inhibiting energy (ATP) production in cells with mitochondria and was once used as a diet aid. DNP is produced by hydrolysis of 2,4-dinitrochlorobenzene.

 

DNP Dosage

High dosages of DNP can land a person in the hospital or cause death. The user should start at 200mg per day or less, depending on body weight.

From there, slowly up the dosage slightly after a few days, if you can tolerate it. The biggest mistake guys make is when the dosage is upped too quickly because DNP has a 36 hour half life.

As a result, the user can find themselves in trouble if dosed too high over a few days. This is because DNP will build up in the system, which will be a big issue as side effects get worse and worse.

Duration: It is not recommend that DNP is ran for more than 2 weeks.

Suggested Dosage: 2-4mgs (milligrams) per 1 kilogram (kg) of bodyweight. 1Kg = 2.2lbs. Therefore, a male who is 100kgs (or 220lbs = 100×2.2) would take around 200-400mgs of DNP/day. 100Kgs x 2mgs = 200mgs.

Dosing schedule example:
Day 1-4: 200mg per day
Day 5-8: 250mg per day
Day 9-14: 300mg per day

Stack DNP with a multi-vitamins/liver support/kidney support such as N2Guard, and drink at least 2 gallons of water per day and make sure you get in plenty of low-GI carbohydrates.

Appearance: Buff monoclinic crystal. Soluble in hot water, ethanol, acetone, benzene, chloroform and pyridine insoluble in cold water. Can with water vapor volatilization, heated sublimation.

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