Clenbuterol 0

Clenbuterol 0,04 mg (clenbuterol hydrochloride)

Manufacturer: Lyka Labs
Category: Fat burners
Substance: clenbuterol hydrochloride
Package: 40mcg/tab (100 tab)

Clenbuterol is on of the most popular and potent cutting agents available. Clenbuterol is known to burn fat with thermogenic properties and also build lean muscle mass. Clenbuterol is a potent, long-lasting bronchodilator that is used in some European countries to treat asthma and related lung disorders. However, the drug is also a potent thermogenic agent and can selectively decrease fat and increase lean muscle mass. This property of Clenbuterol has made it a widely abused drug among many individuals. Because of this selective partitioning effect, the drug is widely abused by both amateur and professional athletes around the world.
Many bodybuilders, as well as other athletes, find Clenbuterol beneficial because of its thermogenic abilities. As a thermogenic it increases blood pressure, stimulating the heart muscles. This stimulation, in turn, leads to an increase in body temperature. In addition, Clenbuterol boosts glycogenolysis, or the breakdown of glycogen. This process results to release of glycogen into the bloodstream (in the form of glucose) and renders the body incapable of storing or using more glycogen. This hikes the rate at which fat and protein are used up in the body for these three essential purposes – energy production, for recycling of their molecular components, or for their excretion. This is how Clenbuterol users lose adipose (fat) tissues.

Common uses and directions for Clenbuterol
Clenbuterol is a prescribed asthma medication which is catabolic to fat and anabolic to muscle. Clenbuterol is not a steroid hormone but a beta-2-symphatomimetic.
Clenbuterol works very effectively as a fat burner. It does this by slightly increasing the body temperature.
Many athletes also claim that they enjoyed significant gains in muscle mass while using clenbuterol. There is no doubt that clenbuterol has an anabolic effect in animals but there are, though, no scientific evidence this also is true in humans. The same goes for the strong anticatabolic effect of clenbuterol, meaning it decreases the rate at which protein is reduced in the muscle cell, consequently causing an enlargement of muscle cells.
Clenbuterol should therefore be used primarily for fat loss and cutting purposes.
Common dosage of clenbuterol is 5-7 tablets, 100-140 mcg per day. For women 80-100 mcg/day are usually sufficient. It is important to begin by taking only one tablet on the first day and then increasing the dosage by one tablet each of the following days until the desired maximum dosage is reached.
Clenbuterol is usually taken over a period of 6-10 weeks but there are many theories of what type of cycle is most efficient and appropriate.
Possible side effects of clenbuterol include restlessness, palpitations, tremor, headache, increased perspiration, insomnia, possible muscle spasms, increased blood pressure and nausea. Note that these side effects are of a temporary nature and usually subside after 8-10 days, despite continuation of the intake of clenbuterol.

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Pharmacology
Clenbuterol is a beta 2-adrenergic agonist. Stimulation of the beta 2-adrenergic receptors results in smooth muscle relaxation and this property has been widely used to treat asthma (relax bronchial smooth muscles). It has the ability to clear the nasal passages and dilate the bronchus which makes breathing easier. Clenbuterol is very similar to ephedrine or amphetamine in its actions. However, it is much longer lasting than ephedrine. Its sympathetic agonist properties can lead to increased stimulation of the central nervous system, elevate the blood pressure and also has the ability to metabolize body fat and protein.
The ability to dilate the bronchioles and relax smooth muscle has led to its therapeutic use in treating asthma and slowing of premature labor contractions. Other effects of Clenbuterol include increasing the heart rate, muscle tremors, sweating, anxiety, hyperactivity and extreme alertness.

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