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Albuterol - Salbutamol

Item Name- Price
Albuterol 100 mcg - Ventolin by GlaxoSmithKline

Albuterol 100 mcg - Ventolin by GlaxoSmithKline

Albuterol 100 mcg - Ventolin by GlaxoSmithKline ONE ORDER UNIT INCLUDES: 200 doses, each dose containing 100 mcg mcg PER DOSE: 100 mcg TOTAL DOSES...
EUR 19.00

Albuterol description:

Albuterol is a selective beta-2 adrenergic agonist, very similar in structure and action to Clenbuterol. Unlike Clenbuterol, Albuterol is readily available as a prescription drug in the United States. It is also sold as Salbutamol in a number of other countries, which is simply another generic name for the drug. Albuterol is found most commonly in the form of a rescue inhaler, which is designed disperse a measured amount of the drug immediately and directly to the bronchial tubes in times of crisis (asthma attack). This form provides the least amount of systemic drug activity possible, which is great for minimizing unwanted cardiovascular side effects. But for the purpose of fat loss this will not do at all, as we need high levels of the drug to reach adipose tissues. The user is likewise forced to seek out one of the less popular, but still available, Albuterol oral tablets, which work relatively well for this purpose when used correctly.

Elective doses of Albuterol usually start in the range of one to two 4 mg tablets per day (1 tablet X 1-2 applications). This is often increased a little as the user becomes accustomed to the drug, perhaps to 4 mg 3-4 times per day. Individuals very sensitive to the stimulant side effects of beta agonists might wish to start with the lower-dose 2 mg tablets first, as Albuterol is indeed a potent medication. Whatever the starting dosage, the administration intervals are always spread out as evenly as possible, so as to prevent overlap and sustain active concentrations in the blood for as much of the day as possible. We are looking to find a slight elevation in body temperature (a degree, give or take a little) with use of the drug, which is a good indicator that lipolyses (the removal of stored fatty acids inadipose tissue) is being effectively stimulated.

As is noted with all beta agonists, tolerance to the thermogenic benefits of this drug will tend to develop quickly. This is usually noted by a drop in body temperature, returning back to normal pretreated levels. Due to the potential side effects of these drugs, it is not advised to continually increase the dosage taken in order to chase down a diminishing effect. Instead, the user will usually opt to discontinue the drug for some time (4 weeks or so) to let the body restore its normal receptor concentrations. More recently, the antihistamine Zaditen (Ketotifen) has become popular, which is a potent unregulated of beta-adrenergic receptors, especially beta-2 receptors. Taking Zaditen alongside Albuterol should greatly enhance the thermogenic potency of this beta agonist preventing receptor downregulation from cutting your cycle short.

As a beta agonist, Albuterol possesses strong stimulant properties. This can lead to a number of unwelcome side effects including, but not limited to, restlessness (inner unrest), shaky hands, tremors, sweating, nausea, increased heart rate, heart palpitations and increased blood pressure. To minimize the occurrence of such side effects, the user is typically instructed to start with a very low dose at first and slowly work up to a more effective range. You are looking to find a range where thermogenesis is effectively stimulated, but side effects are not so uncomfortable as to interfere with your rest and daily activities. Of course the strong incidence of any unwelcome side effects would warrant discontinuing the drug immediately.

Albuterol is not an expensive drug by any means. This drug is definitely much less expensive than Clenbuterol on average. But then again, in the real world it doesn't seem to offer quite the same level of potency. Given that Clenbuterol is not really that much more costly in most cases, is more abundantly found, and seems to be the most effective thermogenic agent in the beta-agonist classifies would be preferred over Albuterol if both were available.

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