The destruction of the last of these canals began in the 1950s. At that time, groundwater pumping under the city center was causing severe subsidence. These wells were closed and new ones dug in Xochimilco and other southern boroughs. High rates of extraction have had the same effect on water tables and canals began to dry.  Since then reclaimed wastewater has been recycled to flow into the Xochimilco canals to supplement water from natural sources. However, this water is not potable, containing bacteria and heavy metals and the canals still receive untreated wastewater and other pollution  Another major problem, especially in the past two decades has been the population explosion of Mexico City, pushing urban sprawl further south into formerly rural areas of the Federal District. This prompted authorities to seek World Heritage Site status for the canals and the pre-Hispanic chinampa fields to provide them more environmental protection.    This was granted in 1987,  but these same major environmental problems still exist.   A 2006 study by UNESCO and Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana has shown that there are still very high levels of pollution (both garbage and fecal matter) in the canals and there still a rapid rate of deterioration 2,000 hectares of protected area. UNESCO has placed the most blame for the problems on the proliferation of illegal human settlements in the protected zone.   Each year the borough loses six hectares of former lakebed to illegal settlements. According to the borough, about 90,000 people in Xochimilco live in illegal settlements, such as those in ecological zones and 33,804 families live illegally on the chinampas. The most problematic are those closest to the canals, which cause the most pollution.  The area is also sinking 18 cm ( in) per year due to over pumping of groundwater, and canals are being filled in illegally.  The deterioration is happening so fast, that UNESCO has threatened to pull Xochimilco World Heritage Site status. 
This cycle is not a pre-contest cycle, but rather a cycle to cut down on fat after a bulking phase. Trenbolone is added due to its remarkable fat burning abilities, but it should be noted that this trenbolone dosage is quite high and not recommended for a first time trenbolone user. Lower the trenbolone with 40mg per injection if this is your first time using it.
Cabaser was added to support prolactin control, but it might be substituted with Parlodel per day for its ability to maintain metabolism during low calorie diets. See the Parlodel profile for more details.
High dosages of Trenbolone are harmful to your kidneys, so it’s recommended to drink at least 5L water per day. Clenbuterol is added to act as a thermogenic and burn stored fat reserves and the Ketotifen will prevent beta-2 receptor down-regulation. T3 will support your thyroid since Trenbolone is known to put it under allot of strain. If you prefer not to use high dosages of T3 you may decrease it to 20mcg per day as a maintenance dosage. Arimidex is used to eliminate any effect estrogen might have on fat storage.
What you will need:
3x PGW Prop (100mg x 10ml)
3x PGW Tren Ace (80mg x 10ml)
3x LP Anavar (20mg x 50)
1x LP Clenbuterol (250mcg x 15ml)
1x LP T3 (250mcg x 15ml)
4x Adco-Ketotifen (1mg/5ml x 200ml)
1x LP Arimidex (2mg x 15ml)
8x Cabaser (1mg)
1x Ovidrel 250
1x LP Aromasin (20mg x 30)
1x LP Clomid (50mg x 15)
1x LP Nolvadex (20mg x 30)