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    Albuterol vs. Clenbuterol

    I have been interested in trying Albuterol in place of clen . I have three 17gram canisters of metered inhalations at 90 mcg per shot. The supplement forum had mentioned something similar but did not elaborate. Has anyone here done this? If so what dosages/ what were your results?
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    I've asked this before, and apparently albuterol doesnt do anything, only Clen

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    Albuterol is a much more mild compound. Side effects could include tachycardia, but for the most part, you're takin' a puff of a nebulized med, and there's not a noticeable effect except for brochodilation secondary to beta2 stimulation (I believe it's beta2, but goin' by memory).

    In any case, the desired effect wouldn't really be achieved with Albuterol. Clen is the choice for obvious reasons.....

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    I have a perscription for albuterol and I can tell you it does nothing for reducing bodyfat or adding muscle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPancho
    Albuterol is a much more mild compound. Side effects could include tachycardia, but for the most part, you're takin' a puff of a nebulized med, and there's not a noticeable effect except for brochodilation secondary to beta2 stimulation (I believe it's beta2, but goin' by memory).

    In any case, the desired effect wouldn't really be achieved with Albuterol. Clen is the choice for obvious reasons.....

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    Why is this the general consensus of Albuterol. It seems many people have never used it but yet can comment on its effectiveness. I'm going to be running 4ml 3x ED for 20 days. I suppose people think because its in there asthma medication at such a ridiculously small dosage and doesn't do anything for fat loss, it doesn't do anythign for fat loss in any application. I will be giving albuterol a run soon and we'll see what it is. I don't have high hopes, just wanting satisfy my own curiousity since so many people are quick to shit on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerliftmike
    I have a perscription for albuterol and I can tell you it does nothing for reducing bodyfat or adding muscle. My doctor even told me this, because while it's a 'steroid' it's a corticosteroid, which is not anabolic at all.
    i dont think albuterol is a steroid at all. i think its a beta2 agonist like clen . As far of it being a steroid hormone u r wrong.. that I am sure of. Its not a corticosteroid.

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    I like albuterol much better than, clen . Its half life makes it a much better alternative. Other than that they are both pretty much the same. However albuterols effectiveness has been proven in human studies rathen than clen which only has animal studies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stupidhippo
    i dont think albuterol is a steroid at all. i think its a beta2 agonist like clen. As far of it being a steroid hormone u r wrong.. that I am sure of. Its not a corticosteroid.
    Haha, brain fart. I dont know what I was talking about there. Gonna edit it. It is NOT a steroid . But, the fact remains albuterol isnt gonna do anything, esp if you are talking about the inhailed delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giantz11
    I like albuterol much better than, clen. Its half life makes it a much better alternative. Other than that they are both pretty much the same. However albuterols effectiveness has been proven in human studies rathen than clen which only has animal studies.
    Yes, the shorter half-life is key... and I believe it down-regulates the beta-2's to a lesser degree than clen as well.

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