So you you’ve heard the name but aren’t sure what it is. Clenbuterol. What is it? How does it work?
Clenbuterol is a beta-2 agonist that is used in most countries as a bronchodilator treatment for many breathing disorders such as asthma, chronic bronchitis and other limited breathing functions. It hasn’t been FDA approved because of its life of only thirty five hours. This drug acts as a central nervous system stimulant, acting remarkably like adrenaline. It also shares many of the same side effects similar to ephedrine.
Some of the most important side effects are headaches, increased blood pressure, muscle cramps and nervousness. Though the muscle cramps can be remedied by drinking up to two gallons of water and taking potassium. The potassium can be taken by way of tablets or by simply eating oranges or bananas.
This drug can be used as post-cycle therapy to help recovery. It will allow the user to eat large amounts of food without gaining extra weight. It has also shown to help the user regain more of his or her strength as well as increase their routine at the gym. The most popular uses for Clenbuterol are fat loss and losing inches. It increases muscle firmness and vascularity. It has some mild steroid-like attributes and can be used by weightlifters to help increase body mass as well as muscle tightness and strength. In order for a person to gain the maximum effect of this drug, plenty of carbohydrates must be threaded into the diet. Low calorie diets or low carb diets do not work well with this drug.