Clenbuterol 40 mcg
Clenbuterol is a steroid-like substance that was originally created to treat horse asthma by relaxing the airways in the animals' lungs.
The medication acts as both a decongestant and a bronchodilator. A decongestant thins the blood to lower blood pressure, whereas a bronchodilator expands the arteries that carry oxygen, increasing the volume of oxygen in the blood.
Clenbuterol is also approved as an asthma treatment for humans in various European and Latin American nations. However, it is a prohibited substance in the United States for this reason.
In the past, clenbuterol was used in animal husbandry as well as by veterinarians in the United States. The United States Food Safety and Inspection Service discovered it had been fed to livestock in 1991, causing the animals to acquire more muscle and less fat. However, clenbuterol is banned for usage in animals in many nations.
Clenbuterol stimulates the heart as well as the central nervous system. Its effects on the body are comparable to those of epinephrine.
It is also a beta-2-agonist, the inverse of a beta-blocker. While a beta-blocker decreases epinephrine and noradrenaline production, clenbuterol increases it.
This increase will have a number of consequences, including:
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