Xtreme mass (new formulation) is MethylStenbolone which is very similar to Superdrol. Xtreme DMZ is Dymethazine which is also very similar to Superdrol (a little bit weaker).
Staking both is a not a great idea. First, two are methylated so it’s a lot of stress on liver. Second, both are prohormones that CAN produces major side effects. Staking both might give you side effects that will outcome the potential good effects from them.
I think it would be better to do a one good cycle of Xtreme Mass alone or Xtreme DMZ alone.
My autoimmune disease is not life threatening, however, corticosteroids are the only available treatment for Polymyalgia Rheumatica. There is no alternative. I have had many relapses, NSAIDs do not work for this disease and anybody who thinks they can control PMR without steroids soon realises that the only way to beat the pain and live relatively normally is with steroids. Naturally, the dose is tapered gradually, but most people have it for 3 or 5 years or more, many like myself suffer relapes particularly if they get a viral infection, undergo surgery or have a major crisis in their lives, and some people never recover from PMR. It is a devastating disease and without steroids it is crippling. Of course there are side-effects but if one is careful about diet, exercise and plenty of rest they can be reduced. After 8 years on steroid treatment my bones are still strong. A thyroid nodule was found during an MRI to check on my spine, and I am referred to see a specialist, but an endocrinologist friend read the US report and says I have nothing to worry about. Thyroid nodules are common.