Clenbuterol HCL is a beta-2 agonist/antagonist and also acts as a bronchodilator. As such it has been used in research related to increasing Fat Loss and in researching Respiratory Conditions.
200 mcg/ml – 60ml
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Liquid Clenbuterol Online
Clenbuterol HCL is a research chemical used in the research of respiratory conditions. It is often found in the form of Liquid Clenbuterol since it is easily soluble in water. Liquid Clenbuterol offers the advantages of easy and accurate dosing in various research applications. Clenbuterol has been shown in various medical studies to increase the metabolism of fat in mammals such as rats (1), horses (2) and humans (3).
Class of Compound
Clenbuterol falls in to several classes of chemical compound based on its in vivo effects.
Known as a bronchodilator meaning it causes contractions in the smooth muscle of the lungs which acts to constrict the bronchi and bronchioles which helps to increase airflow in the lungs. This has earned Clen a place amongst the many compounds that has been used to treat the symptoms of asthma.
This has also been classified as a Beta-2 agonists. This means that it stimulates Beta-2 receptors which is of particular interest in the Beta-2 receptors of adipocytes (fat cells). When Liquid Clenbuterol is administered to test subjects it causes rapid oxidation of the fat cell. Most studies have been conducted using non-human mammalian test subjects such as Horses and Rats, but the findings amongst these mammals is fairly consistent. It is a potent fat burner and has shown to be beneficial in the sparing of lean mass (muscle tissue).
Capsulized and Liquid Clenbuterol in Human Studies
The effects in human studies was tested on cardiac recovery patients with left ventricle assist devices (LVAD). LVADâ€™s are pumps that assist the heart in performing the function of pumping blood from the left ventricle to the rest of the body. In these subjects there was a significant increase in lean body mass as well as increases in lean-to-fat ratio. There was also cardiac recovery benefits associated with Clenbuterol administration in these subjects.
The research cited above is very encouraging in terms of future applications for Liquid Clenbuterol with respect to the treatment of LVAD patients and its implications in the areas of muscle wasting diseases.
Clen has been tested less frequently in human subjects, but there is growing data to suggest that the same fat burning effects apply to human research subjects. Liquid Clen has been a key component of various research studies involving both human and other mammalian test subjects.
Liquid Clenbuterol in Animal Studies
In Rats it has shown marked improvements in lean/fat ratios and an increase in lipolytic stimulation (fat burning) and apoptosis (old cells being replaced by new cells) (1). The exact mechanism for these effects is as yet unknown, but well documented.
In Horses Clen induced a marked change in fat free mass as well as increases in leptin (2) which is a protein hormone that regulates fat storage making it more difficult for the Horse to store fat. These fat loss effects have been observed consistently in studies involving equine test subjects.
Buying Liquid Clenbuterol as a valuable research chemical in the fields of mammalian fat loss and respiratory research. Although the results of the research regarding increased fat loss, and increased metabolic rate are well documented more study must be done in the actual mechanism that liquid Clenbuterol exerts its effects on mammalian test subjects.
(1) Effect of clenbuterol on apoptosis, adipogenesis, and lipolysis in adipocytes. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
(2) Changes in adipopnectin, leptin, and fat mass after clenbuterol treatment in horses. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
(3)Clen increases lean muscle mass but not endurance in patients with chronic heart failure. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/