Arimidex 1mg per ml in 30ml bottle.
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What Can Arimidex do for me?
Arimidex is an AI (aromatase inhibitor) which prevents excessive water and fat retention, sometimes associated with the use of supplement products.[/fusion_text]
How should I administer Arimidex?
One half dropper (0.5ml / 0.5 mg) every second day during a SARMS cycle, then switch to Liquid Nolva for PCT.
Best taken 30 minutes before or after food.
Do not take Arimidex and Liquid Nolva at the same time.
Are there any side effects that I should know about?
The most common side effect is fatigue with the possibility of headaches or hot flushes.
What other products combine well with Arimidex?
MK 677 for increased GH levels.
Arimidex belongs to a category and class of drugs known as aromatase inhibitors (AIs). Aromatase inhibitors belong to an even broader class of drugs known as anti-estrogens. The other subcategory of drug under the anti-estrogen’s classification is the selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs), such as Tamoxifen.
AIs and SERMs make up anti-estrogens. Aromatase Inhibitors differ from SERMs in their action and how they deal with the issues of estrogen control and are taken during a cycle to keep estrogen levels under control.
As an AI, Arimidex functions by blocking the aromatase enzyme, which is in turn responsible for the production of estrogen. By inhibiting the aromatase process, Arimidex will lower the body’s serum estrogen levels; in fact, a total suppression of estrogen by 80% has been well noted with this AI.
Arimidex use has been shown to raise the endogenous production of testosterone in men. This is through the negative feedback loop of the HPTA (Hypothalamic Pituitary Testicular Axis), whereby it has been found that excess Estrogen in men can and does suppress the output of endogenous Testosterone.
Everything You Need to Know about Arimidex
One of the top priorities when researching muscle building through a combination of SARMS and weight training programs is setting up for the end of the research period. This is often referred to as post cycle therapy or PCT. Without a post cycle plan any gains previously observed may be lost and the subject may experience negative side effects following a cycle which is typically sicx to eight weeks in duration. When it comes to getting ready for PCT during a cycle, it seems the most popular choice among researchers today is Arimidex as when taken toward the end of the cycle for two weeks it may assist in preventing imbalances in hormone levels following a cycle.
How Does Arimidex Work?
Arimadex is an aromatase inhibitor that blocks the activity of aromatase enzymes in the body. These enzymes convert androgens into estrogen, as well as produce estrogen. It is one of the most powerful anti-estrogen drugs on the market today. It can suppress up to 80 percent of estrogen when used on a regular basis. Studies have shown that Arimidex helps in the production of luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone. The former boosts natural production of testosterone.
Why Use Arimidex PCT
One reason why you should use Arimidex during PCT with your research group is to produce a barrier that may help protect them from estrogen-related conditions that include gynecomastia following a cycle. Gyno is one side effect of having too much estrogen in the body following a cycle.
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