Valproic acid was first synthesized in 1882 by Beverly S. Burton as an analogue of valeric acid , found naturally in valerian .  Valproic acid is a carboxylic acid , a clear liquid at room temperature. For many decades, its only use was in laboratories as a "metabolically inert" solvent for organic compounds. In 1962, the French researcher Pierre Eymard serendipitously discovered the anticonvulsant properties of valproic acid while using it as a vehicle for a number of other compounds that were being screened for antiseizure activity. He found it prevented pentylenetetrazol -induced convulsions in laboratory rats .  It was approved as an antiepileptic drug in 1967 in France and has become the most widely prescribed antiepileptic drug worldwide.  Valproic acid has also been used for migraine prophylaxis and bipolar disorder. 
Oral Trenbolone is incredibly hepatotoxic, and even short cycles can take a toll. For this reason, most people prefer injectable Tren steroids. If you are interested in avoiding injections, though, and you want to use Tren oral, use the smallest possible dose that provides results for the shortest period possible. Be sure to also incorporate some liver protection into your cycle, whether you choose to use milk thistle or a specially-formulated liver care product. Overall, though, the consensus is that both oral and injectable Tren provide the same results at the same doses.
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