(Free Press Release) Clenbuterol: active substance - clenbuterol hydrochloride. Trade marks: Clenbuterol; tablets 20 mg; NIHFI AD, Bulgaria. Clenbuterol 0.04; tablets 40 mcg; China. Spiropent, tablets 20 mg; Germany, Austria, Spain.
Clenbuterol is a very interesting drug, which should be paid attention to. This is not a steroid hormone, but a 2-beta-simfatikokommetik. And yet it can be compared with steroids by its action. First Clenbuterol has a strong anti-catabolic effect, ie it reduces the percentage of protein breakdown in muscle cells. So many athletes use Clenbuterol, especially at the end of the steroid course to withhold the arising catabolic phase and to keep maximum strength and muscle mass. It is believed that clenbuterol promotes fat burning; yes it is, the body temperature rises slightly when taking Clenbuterol that causes slight lipotropic effect, but it is too small for Clenbuterol is considered an independent means for fat burning. Clenbuterol promotes a noticeable increase in power capacity of the user, but yet it is not a steroid, and water retention in joint tissues does not occur, so training with clenbuterol should be holden carefully, especially if the drug is used after the steroid course. To keep muscle mass and strength results after the course it is enough to take Clenbuterol twice daily 0,02 or 0,04 mg at a time. The Chinese Clenbuterol, containing 0.04 mg per a pill, suites for these purposes optimally. Two intakes a day (morning and evening) of 0.04 mg will protect the athlete's body from catabolic reactions guaranteed. Possible side effects of clenbuterol are anxiety, palpitations, slight trembling fingers, headaches, enhanced sweating, drowsiness, and sometimes muscle cramps, high blood pressure and nausea.
It is interesting that all these phenomena are of temporary nature and usually disappear by themselves after 8 - 10 days despite continued treatment.