Salbutamol (Albuterol) is a substance very similar to Clenbuterol. Like this, it is used by athletes to increase calorie burns. Salbutamol is said to have the same power as Clenbuterol, but with more bald side effects.
Active substance: albuterol sulfate
Commercial names: Albuterol, Aerolin, Airomir, Asmasal, Asthalin, Asthavent, Asmol, Butahale, Buventol, ProAir, Proventil, Salbutamol, Salamol, Sultanol, Vol max
Salbutamol is a beta-2-agonist very similar to Clenbuterol. Unlike this, Salbutamol is much easier to find, more widespread. Another difference between the two is that Salbutamol has a shorter half-life. The most common form of Salbutamol is in asthma cough inhalers, this method of administration giving the lowest dose. It is also found in the form of syrup or pills.
For athletes, pills are of interest, in appropriate doses resulting in lowering the adipose layer by stimulating beta-2-agonist receptors. More about this mechanism you can read on the profile of Clenbuterol.
It was first introduced in the market in the early 1980s and became the most popular medicine in asthma crises. It is very widespread in most countries, with pills of 4 mg.
The most common side effects associated with the use of Salbutamolare: headache, dizziness, insomnia, trembling of the fingers, nervousness, sweating, nausea and dry mouth. Less common but more serious, undesirable effects such as allergic reactions, pain in the heart, increased blood pressure, irregular heartbeat may occur.
When used for its fat burning properties, doses of albuterol sulfate are between 8 mg and 24 mg. It usually starts at 4 mg per day and gradually increases from day to day to 16 mg. If side effects at this dose are not pronounced, it may increase to a maximum of 24 mg; this is a fairly large dose, and for no reason it will exceed 32 mg a day, even this dose being an extreme one. These doses will be taken gradually over the course of the day at equal intervals to keep blood levels of the drug constant. Try not to take after 17 o'clock to avoid having trouble sleeping at night.
As with clenbuterol, sulfate albuterol can not be used for long periods of time, because beta-2-agonist receptors will become immune to stimuli, so it is a good idea to take a break of at least 4 weeks between cycles. A cycle of Salbutamol should not exceed one month. In order to prolong this period and potentiate the lipolytic effect, ketotifen (an antihistamine) may be used concomitantly, but the side effects will be more pronounced.
Many users prefer Salbutamol to detriment to Clenbuterol, claiming it has the same beneficial effects as it does, but with lower side effects. The only difference being the lower half-life, Salbutamol must be divided more over the course of the day. This type of medication also has an anabolic effect, and Albuterol appears to have an anabolic effect more pronounced than Clenbuterol.