By: Marylin Salgado
February 11, 2020
Now more than ever, people are simply obsessed with looking good. There are some who will put in the work that is needed to accomplish it. Others will eat, drink and inject every single substance that is put in front of their faces without even considering what the hell it is.
Synthetic Oil injecting or Cosmetic Doping, is pretty much the death of body building as we know it. It creates a disproportioned, oversized muscle that is unattractive and unhealthy. Do professional body builders inject? The sad answer is yes. But they inject in smart ways, as crazy as that may sound. They inject to artificially increase apparent muscle size in proportion to the rest of their body. In proportion. Amateurs who don’t know how much to inject, use such high doses that they grow biceps, neck muscles and pecs that are so large, and their forearms and abs are so small and skinny, they look like corn dogs on a stick. You end up getting a plastic appearance that makes it apparent something is being added to the muscle that is not natural.
What substances are in Synthol Oil?
Do you want to be strong like a bull or hung like a horse? If the answer is yes, then you will want to inject synthetic oils that are used by vets to support healthy muscle, nerve function and the immune system of HORSES and BULLS. The injected oil fills in the space of the muscle or tissue around the muscle, giving it an increased muscle volume look. It does not actually increase muscle size, unless you are a bovine or equine.
Synthol is a blend of three ingredients; 85% oil (usually medium chain triglycerides), 7.5% lidocaine (local anesthetic/painkiller), and 7.5% benzyl alcohol (disinfectant/sterilizer). Exactly why you should not be using this product. Some other injectables, veterinarians mostly popular ones include Vitamins A, D, and E. Historically, paraffin (candle wax) and Vaseline have also been used.
Synthol Oil, which is sold and marketed online, is the oil that is in numerous injectable products currently being sold on the market. Unlike steroids, which although illegal in the U.S., provide muscle growth over time, 1 to 2 pounds of muscle in 8 weeks, Synthol creates muscle growth almost immediately. In the muscle building world, immediately means close to if not three inches in thirty days. Take into consideration that everyone metabolizes a product or medication at a different rate, so all results are not the same across the board. Genetics play an important part and some people will naturally gain muscle without much weight gain or resistance, whereas others will need to put in the extra time to achieve this gain and growth. Those that do not see quick results, are usually the ones who will inject.
A little history
Oils were first used in in 1899 when Austrian surgeon, Robert Gersuny, injected Vaseline in the scrotum of patient to mimic a testicle he had lost. He melted the Vaseline, and like paraffin, or candle wax, when it cools, it hardens, expanding and filling in space. This technique became so popular, paraffin became the most popular substance to use. lt was also used in body parts such as the nose, penis, breasts, cheeks and eyelids and with its legalized use; paraffin injections became very popular in Italy.
The first use of these oils injected in muscle to increase muscle mass dates back to the 1960’s, with a larger noted increase in the 1980’s. The use of ADE, or Vitamins A, D, and E, started in the 1990’s. Due to its dangerous nature, ADE has become a public health case. Idiots use it, taxpayers pay for it. It’s a great system.
How does Synthol affect the major organs?
The muscles deform and become unnaturally shaped. The side effects of synthol are manifold and they can also cause a damage of nerves, oil emboli of the pulmonary system, occlusion of the pulmonary artery, myocardial infarction (heart attack), cerebral stroke and infectious complications. – The usage of synthol in the body building]. Pupka A1, Sikora J, Mauricz J, Cigs D, Płonek T.
Case Studies (as reported on SciELO journal)
Darsow et al.(19) report the case of subcutaneous nodules in a bodybuilder caused by injection of sesame oil with the aim to increase muscle volume of the injected site. The patient states that such procedure is common among American bodybuilders. Koopman et al.(20) also report a case of use of sesame oil injections. The individual injected sesame oil in the biceps, shoulder and lower limbs, developing vasculitis and presenting big skin eruptions on the site of the applications, with edema and necrosis of the injected muscles. Georgieva et al.(13) reported the case of a bodybuilder who injected during two years, sesame oil, presenting painful subcutaneous nodules. Histological analysis revealed what is called “Swiss cheese pattern” of oleoma, since the histological image presented fat lobules with giant cells and surrounding foamy macrophages, with adjacent fibrous tissue.
Iversen et al.(21) describe the case of a bodybuilder who developed muscle and skin necrosis forming multiples ulcers after paraffin oil injections in the biceps, triceps and anterior and posterior deltoids. During about a year, he injected almost one liter of oil in each arm. The neck lymphatic nodules were increased and painless, having presented laboratory confirmation of increased leucocytes and neutrophils, compatible with an infection. Ultrasound exam showed eco-empty structure of different sizes compatible with oil. After two months, ulcers of many sizes could be observed on the arms, reaching up to 7 x 15cm.
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