Gen-Shi Aridex (Nutrition Sachets)
Manufacturer: Gen-Shi Laboratories
Pack: 30 tabs (1 mg/tab) PACKED AS DIETARY SUPPLEMENT
Main Use: Blocking the production of estrogen
Arimidex (anastrozole) which is an oral aromatase inhibitor, is one of several drugs used to combat estrogen related problems in both men and women. Estrogen reduction can be made in a number of ways – by blocking it, by destroying it, by occupying existing estrogen receptors, by lowering sex hormone binding globulin which in turn prohibits estrogen from forming, or, as is the case with Anastrozole, by preventing excess testosterone from aromatizing into estrogen in the first place. For most bodybuilders, an anti aromatase is often the best choice for estrogen reduction. Also increasing ‘free’ testosterone Anastrozole works very well in this sense.
By reducing the amount of estrogen in a steroid user's body he will be able to avoid estrogen related side effects such as water retention, gynocomastia, etc. Anastrozole is reportedly a more effective drug in combating estrogen-related concerns. This is because as an aromatase inhibitor it blocks the aromatase enzyme, thereby preventing the production of estrogen. In studies that have been done, Arimidex has been shown to reduce estrogen in the body by roughly 50%. After the use of this substance for 7 days some studies have shown that natural testosterone levels have increases as much as 60% Because of this, bodybuilders find this drug extremely effective during PCT where as they are trying to elevate natural levels as much as possible in order to avoid a post cycle "crash".
Arimidex that is also used to treat breast cancer in postmenopausal women, is often given to women whose cancer has progressed even after taking tamoxifen (Nolvadex, Soltamox).
For males daily dosage is from 0.5mg to 3mg. A maximum dosage of 1mg per day for women is enough to put up a fight estrogenic side effects. Dosages are usually taken 2 to 6 times a day at same intervals, because Anastrozole has a short active life.
If you have heart disease, a history of stroke or blood clot, high cholesterol, or circulation problems, severe liver disease, osteoporosis or low bone mineral density, before use this drug tell your doctor.
Hot flashes, joint symptoms, weakness, mood changes, pain, sore throat, nausea and vomiting, depression, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, swelling of arms/legs, and headache. Fractures (including fractures of the spine, hip, and wrist) occurred more frequently with this drug than with tamoxifen (10% vs 7%).
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