What is Clenbuterol?
Clenbuterol is an agonist/antagonist and bronchodilator that is a selective type of medicine. This means that the fluid muscle tissue, which makes the airways possible for free respiration, is relaxed.
Clenbuterol has only been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to be used by veterinaries who may prescribe it for the treatment of horses with pulmonary obstruction or other lung diseases.
What does Clenbuterol do to your body?
The heart and the central nervous system are stimulated by Clenbuterol. Epinephrine and amphetamines have a similar effect on the body. It’s also a beta-2 agonist, contrary to a beta-blocker. While a beta-blocker reduces epinephrine and noradrenaline production, it is increased by clenbuterol.
Medical uses of Clenbuterol?
Clenbuterol for human use has not been approved by the FDA. A liquid medication form for the treatment of airway blockage in horses is approved by the FDA. Clenbuterol is only available for the treatment of asthma on a prescription outside the USA. The treatment of chronic blockage of the lung is also sometimes prescribed (COPD).
Other Uses of Clenbuterol ?
The initial use of Clenbuterol was an asthma medicine. Bodybuilders, athletes, and those who want to lose weight use the medicine, however. Clenbuterol can be used as a help for weight loss as it can increase the metabolism of a person. It also helps the user to maintain muscle mass and body strength simultaneously as well as reduce body fat and weight.
Benefits of Clenbuterol?
Some of the common benefits of using Clenbuterol are;
Rapid fat burning;
Greater determination; and
How to use Clenbuterol ?
The recommended dosage is between 0.02 and 0.03 milligrams daily when clenbuterol is used to control symptoms of asthma. For weight loss or performance enhancement. purposes people generally use 0.05 to 0.12 mg/day.
Side effects of Clenbuterol ?
If overused or misused, clenbuterol could have negative side effects. These may contain:
- Increased heart rate
- Rapid breathing
- Heart palpitations
- Chest pain
- Electrolyte imbalance