SARMs hormone Sr9009
Quick details of Sr9009
CAS NO.: 1379686-30-2
Molecular Formula: C20H24ClN3O4S
Molecular Weight: 437.94026
Appearance: White Powder
Grade: Pharmaceutical Grade
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What is Stenabolic (SR9009)?
Also known as Stenabolic, SR9009 has been developed by Scripps Research Institute under the leadership of professor Thomas Burris.
As mentioned beforehand, SR9009 is a synthetic Rev-Erb ligand, which is taken orally. This is a very unique compound. By stimulating the Rev-Erb protein, SR9009 has the ability to greatly influence a lot of regulatory mechanisms in the human body. For instance, it can affect the circadian rhythms, lipid and glucose metabolism, fat-storing cells, as well as macrophages. Hence, Stenabolic will allow the user to lose fat and drastically increase endurance, both of which are very desirable effects for an athlete.
Medical uses with Sr9009
Logically, with so many positive effects, SR9009 will have an extremely varied use in medicine. For instance, the drastic decrease in triglycerides and plasma glucose will be a huge help in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. What’s more, Stenabolic will be a crucial element in the treatment of sarcopenia – muscle and strength loss caused by aging.
Additionally, SR9009 will allow doctors to treat obesity in those who for medical reasons cannot train or carry out any exercises, as it can replace exercise. Finally, it is very hard to overestimate its effectiveness in the treatment of cholesterol related conditions or metabolic syndromes.
The optimal dosages range from 20 to 30 milligrams (mgs) per day. However, there is one drawback – due to a very short half life, you will need to space it out throughout the day for the best balance of the active substance in the body. Thus, it is best to use stenabolic every 2-4 hours, depending on the exact dosage used. For example, when the daily dosage is 30 mgs, you can take 10 mgs every 4 hours.
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