Clenbuterol, or Clen, is a beta-2 agonist which works similar to amphetamine or ephedrine in the short term basis. Clen is popular because it can cause an increase in the body temperature, heart rate levels, perspiration and blood pressure.
In the world of chemistry, Clen is known as Clenbuterol Hydrochloride, (4-Amino-alpha-[(tert-butylamino) methyl]-3, 5-dichlorobenzyl alcohol Monohydrochloride).It has the capability of improving performance in a non-particular way, and can be obtained from online sources, either by prescription or over the counter. It is available in pumps, injection, tablets, syrups or capsules.
When Clen is consumed, it is directly absorbed by the body, staying in the blood system for about 25 to 40 hours. Due to its lengthy life span, it works inside the body for an extended period of time. When taken orally, it is absorbed by the body in 20 minutes. With this option, 83% of the dose is bioavailable. The liver works in metabolizing Clen, excreting primarily in urine though less than 5% are also excreted via feces. Clenbuterol can be found in the highest concentrations in the liver, left ventricle and lungs.