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.
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.
The effects that clenbuterol can have on the heart and muscles will depend on how high a dose someone has been taking and for how long. The risks increase with the dose and duration. Those taking high doses can experience long-term side effects quickly, such as a decrease in the size, weight, strength, and activity of the heart.
0,02-0,04 mg/ per day, 2 days taking and 2 days without taking.
- Fat burning.
- Increased energy.
- Greater determination.
- Abnormal sweating.
- Raised body temperature.