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DNP stands out as a remarkably potent metabolic stimulant and thermogenic agent. Although it has gained traction as a dietary supplement in recent times, and historically served as a pesticide, reliable information on its effects remains scant. However, its impact is undeniably significant. Interestingly, the Soviet Union recognized a valuable application for DNP: in extreme cold conditions, administering DNP could enhance soldiers' body heat production.

The mechanism of action of DNP can be likened to vehicles with manual transmissions, where DNP operates akin to constantly slipping the clutch. In this analogy, the engine represents the mitochondria, which churns out power, burns fuel rapidly, and generates heat. However, much of this power is lost in heating the clutch rather than propelling the vehicle forward. Ordinarily, one would only slip the clutch briefly, but with DNP, the cellular machinery's clutch (proton gradient) is kept slipping continuously. The outcome: heightened heat production and increased fuel consumption, with a relatively low proportion of energy utilized productively.

To delve into specifics, DNP prompts proton leakage from the mitochondria, compelling them to burn more fuel to produce the same amount of ATP in the cell, or possibly even less ATP than usual.

Packaging: 60 capsules in a sealed pouch.








Dosage & administration:

Half life

36 hours


100 -300mg per day cycled on a 5 days on 2 days off protocol

Average Cycle Length

As long as required or can be tolerated

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Androgenic #


Oral Bioavailability

Estimated at 85%

CAS Name



DNP, Solfo Black

DNP (Dinitrophenol)

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