Clenbuterol (often abbreviated as “Maple”) is not a steroid, but a stimulant of the beta 2Sympathomitetic and central nervous system (CNS). It is a specific agonist that stimulates the adrenergic beta-2 receptor. It is used in some countries as a bronchodilator for the treatment of asthma in some countries, but not in the United Kingdom and the United States, mainly because of its long half-life.

Athletes and bodybuilders use the drug because of their heat production and catabolism. It depends on its ability to slightly increase the temperature of the core of the body, thereby increasing the consumption of calories (energy). It is believed that an increase of 1 ° F increases the caloric content of the combustion content by about 5%. Studies on livestock have shown that clenbuterol also has anabolic properties. However, this is not like people and is believed to be due to the fact that people lack the wealth of the β3-receptor, which increases the production and sensitivity to insulin.

The dose of clenbuterol is in micrograms (μg / μg), the most common form of the pill, but there are other forms of administration, such as fluids, nasal sprays and injections. Note. Although the dose is in micrograms, many manufacturers will list the active ingredient in the form of milligrams (mg), so a 20 μg tablet will be labeled with 0.02 mg.

What are the side effects / possible effects of clenbuterol?

Side effects are dose-dependent, although most users find that most patients are prone to resolving with continued use. Caution is recommended when using clenbuterol with other adrenergic receptor agonists, because side effects can be cumulative. Therefore, when using maple, it is usually not recommended to use ephedrine / ephedra (or ephedra) or a bunch of ECA (ephedrine-caffeine-aspirin).

Common side effects of Clenbuter include:

  • headache
  • Muscle tremors (especially hand tremors)
  • Muscle spasm
  • Nervous tension
  • insomnia
  • sweating
  • Increased appetite
  • nausea
  • Palpitation
  • Hypertension (hypertension)

Possible cardiac hypertrophy as a maple also for cardiac and smooth muscle fibers. Necrosis of the myocardium is confirmed in studies on animals

In view of the aforementioned side effects, it is clear that anyone with heart problems and / or high blood pressure should not use stimulants such as clenbuterol and should be observed in people who used such compounds to treat existing diseases. Be careful. In addition, little is known about the cardiac effects of superphysiological human doses.

It is well known that the use of clenbuterol hydrochloride leads to a rapid decrease in the regulation of the beta-2 receptor. This is due to the powerful stimulating effect of the drug. Therefore, it makes no sense not to use maple for a long time. Some believe that a two-day two-day dosing schedule will provide sufficient potential for receptor regulation. Nevertheless, I suspect that this is due to a relatively long half-life of maple, which leads to continued stimulation even during the “closed” date. The best regime will be a two-week two-week rest cycle. Maximum plasma levels were achieved 2-3 hours after oral administration with a 34-hour half-life (Zimmer, 1976).

To limit serious side effects, it is recommended to gradually reduce the dose. Most often, the user will start taking pills of 20 μg per day 1, and then add one tablet in the next few days. Depending on the level of individual tolerance on the 7th day, a dose of 140 mcg (7 labels) will be used, and this level should be maintained throughout the second week. More than seven or eight tablets per day are ineffective due to supersaturation of the receptor. No gradual reduction is required.

For the next “cycle” of cleaning (ie, Ye. Weeks 5 and 6), there is no need to gradually reduce the amount of the tablet, because now you need to know your tolerance level. For example, if a user completes the first cleaning cycle on 7 shortcuts, they can start with a slightly lower dose of 4 or 5 and then narrow down again from that level. However, users should limit consumption to 7 or 8 shortcuts per day.

The ECA stack can be used as needed for two “off” periods. ECA does not cause this significant downregulation and desensitization of receptors and, of course, does not induce receptors. Ephedrine has a short half-life in comparison with maple, which leads to the fact that beta is partially restored during the day due to stimulation with adrenaline and adrenaline. Since it is not a specific agonist, its effectiveness is much weaker than purification. It is also believed that ephedrine increases the conversion of endogenous / exogenous T4 to T3 by activating deiodinase responsible for this process. This is important because