Clenbuterol is a beta-2 agonist which is often used as a treatment to asthma because it serves as a bronchodilator. Because it comes with a long half-life, the FDA has not approved the use of Clenbuterol in clinical use. It has the capability to stimulate the functions of the central nervous system just like adrenaline and produces similar side effects as with other drugs, such as ephedrine which works on the central nervous system in the same way. A lot of people believe that Clenbuterol’s half-life is 48 hours, but in reality, it is 35 hours.
Cycles for Clenbuterol
Clenbuterol is generally available in tablets (20 mcg), injectables, as well as syrup and pump forms. In certain areas, it may even be available in powder form. The doses may vary, with the primary variable as the reaction of those taking the drug with its side effects. However, most men consume about 4 to 8 tablets every day while women take about 2 to 4 tablets every day. The thermogenic effects of Clenbuterol wear off after around two months, and the temperature of the body returns to normal. Its anabolic and anti-catabolic effects disappear after 18 days. When you take into consideration the half-life of Clenbuterol, it makes sense that a Clenbuterol cycle involves two weeks on and then followed by another two weeks off, and may last for 12 weeks or even less. During the off weeks, you may choose to use Yohimbe or ephedrine.