Summary of product characteristics:
· Active time: 6-8 hours
· Drug Class: Beta-2-sympathomimetic / thermogenic / anti-catabolic (oral)
· Dosage: 120-160 mg / day for men and 60-120 mg / day for women
· Acne – No
· Water retention in the body – there is no
· The increase in blood pressure – sometimes
· hepatotoxicity – not identified
· Aromatization – absent
· DHT conversion – absent
· HPTA suppression function – there is no
Clenbuterol – a beta-2 sympathomimetic, the main effect of which is fat burning. High zhiroszhigatelny effect as using a low-calorie diet, accompanied by an increase in muscle mass stiffness, more clearly drawn vein, there is a burst of energy. The half-life of the drug is 35 hours.
As a central nervous system stimulant, clenbuterol has potent catabolic action in many countries is used to treat pulmonary diseases (particularly asthma). Used mainly in the end of a course of steroids.
Due to the obvious fat burning effect, the drug is often mistaken for weight loss. This fat burning occurs without exhausting diets, however, with some fever. This rise in temperature, and fats are consumed.
Instructions for use
Available in blister pack of 20 tablets of 40 mg. Dosage depends on body weight and the body’s response to side effects. For men, the average dose is 100-140 mcg for women – 80-100 micrograms per day.
Receiving should start with one tablet per day, and taking each day at 1 tablet longer to reach the desired dosage. The duration of intake of clenbuterol is an average of 8-10 weeks. Drug regimen will vary depending on the desired goal: the burning of fat or the optimal ratio of growth of muscle mass and strength. Since Clenbuterol loses its anabolic properties after 18 days from the start of the reception, the drug is better to alternate 2 weeks of taking 2 weeks off.
The most common side effects when taking clenbuterol are: nausea, vomiting, heart palpitations, anxiety and fear, headaches, sweating, slight finger tremor, muscle cramps, drowsiness, high blood pressure.
Drinking large amounts of water (5-7 liters per day), using bananas, oranges or potassium-containing drugs can be avoided muscle cramps.
Clenbuterol is a widely used bronchodilator in many parts of the world. It is most often prepared in 20mcg tablets (see: Spiropent), but Clenbuterol is also available in syrup and injectable form (see: Spasmobronchal). This drug belongs to a broad group of drugs knows as sympathomimetics. Clenbuterol affect that sympathetic nervous system in a wide number of ways, largely mediated by the distribution of adrenoceptors.