CLEN-40 : Clenbuterol HCL 40 mcg
Clenbuterol is a steroid-like chemical that was initially developed to treat asthma in horses, working by relaxing the airways in the animals’ lungs.
The drug is both a decongestant and a bronchodilator. A decongestant works by narrowing and constricting blood vessels, which reduces congestion, while a bronchodilator helps to relax the muscle around the airway, which in turn opens the airway.
In some European and Latin American countries, clenbuterol is approved as an asthma drug for humans. However, in the United States, it is banned to use for this purpose.
The drug is now controversial because of its use in bodybuilding and weight-loss programs.
In this article, we take a look at how clenbuterol works, its use, and what the risks are for people who take it.
What does clenbuterol do?
Clenbuterol stimulates both the heart and central nervous system. It has a similar effect on the body as epinephrine and amphetamines.
It is also a beta-2-agonist, which is the opposite of a beta-blocker. While a beta-blocker will reduce the production of epinephrine and noradrenaline, clenbuterol increases it.
This increase will lead to a variety of effects, such as:
- rapid fat burning
- increased energy
- greater determination
Why is clenbuterol used?
Clenbuterol’s initial use was as an asthma drug. However, bodybuilders, performance athletes, and those wanting to lose weight are now using the drug.
Clenbuterol can be used as a weight loss aid because it can increase a person’s metabolism. As well as reducing body fat and weight, it also allows the user to retain both muscle mass and body strength at the same time.
Clenbuterol became known as a celebrity diet secret because of its apparent use by celebrities and famous athletes.