Residues of more than one pesticide were found in % of samples for the 2014 report. The presence of multiple residues does not constitute non-compliance with MRL legislation as long as individual pesticides do not exceed legal limits. However, products with multiple residues should be assessed carefully by the national authorities (for example, are combinations of pesticides being used deliberately to circumvent MRL limits on single substances?). EFSA did not consider cumulative risk assessment in its latest report because it is currently finalising a tool for assessing cumulative exposure to multiple pesticides . The tool is being piloted to investigate the cumulative effects of pesticides on the nervous system and the thyroid. The results will be published in 2017.
As the name Standard Cycle suggests pretty much anyone can employ this strategy and it is often recommend to newer users because the results it gives are very good.
If you are a new user check out this link to the newbie cycle thread which outlines a good newbie cycle and all the very important questions you need to ask before you go for something like this:
Read it. Re-read it. Repeat as needed until you get it.
The 10-12 week cycle approach can be used for bulking or cutting for both new and experienced depending on compounds, training, and diet. This time period leaves a lot of options for compounds so users have very few restrictions in terms of drugs. Training and diet is covered at length in other places so I will leave that up to you. I will say that training and diet are paramount to attaining your results regardless of what you are running in terms of gear.