Clenbuterol hydrochloride (Clen)
Clenbuterol represents a sympathomimetic amine used by sufferers of breathing disorders as a decongestant and bronchodilator. People with chronic breathing disorders such as asthma use this as a bronchodilator to make breathing easier. It is most commonly available as the Hydrochloride salt, Clenbuterol Hydrochloride. Clenbuterol is approved for use in some countries, via prescription only, as a bronchodilator for asthma patients. Recently the drug has been publicized for l use as a weight-loss drug, similar to usage of other sympathomimetic amines such as Ephedrine.
Besides being used as a fat loss medication Clenbuterol Hydrochloride compounds are also quite popular for athletes involved in body-building, power-related, and even endurance sports. Besides being a fat burner it is also very useful as a drug in preparation for competitions and during a cutting cycle. Clenbuterol also exhibits and extremely long half-life in the body, which is measured to be approximately 34 hours long. This makes steady blood levels easy to achieve, requiring only a single or twice daily dosing schedule at most. This of course makes it much easier for the patient to use, and may tie in to its high compliance rate.
Clenbuterol is mainly considered among bodybuilders as a weight loss drug and it also has smooth muscle relaxant properties. Clenbuterol have an anabolic effect on human muscles, and it may also increase fat metabolism. It has the property endure cardio sessions for long periods of time. This effect also lends itself greatly to athletes who are trying to cut fat in order to get into contest shape and besides all that it is a very efficient breathing assistant. Clenbuterol Hydrochloride products are also attractive for their pronounced thermogenic effects, which lead to a more efficient weight loss process, but at the end of a cycle with these compounds the human body temperature returns to normal. Caution is advised when employing the use of Clenbuterol in conjunction with other adrenoceptor agonists as side effects are likely to be cumulative.
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